We’ve launched and are now at iDigiD.com

Visit us at iDigiD.com We’re proud today to announce that we have launched iDigiD.com and will be sharing news, updates and much more from the site. We will no longer be updating iDigiD.Wordpress.com as we are moving all our operations, focus and dedication to iDigiD.com Features of iDigiD.com News: We keep sharing Tech and gadget … Continue reading

Justin Bieber’s Twitter account Hacked

  Canadian Pop star Justin Bieber’s Twitter account was hacked yesterday. The hacker unfollowed people and blocked some of Bieber’s followers. He also posted “19 million my a** #biebermyba**s” for Justin’s 19 million followers. Bieber had reached 19 million followers yesterday and got hacked the same day. The hacker unfollowed over 100,000 people. “#biebermyballs” may sound … Continue reading

Celebrity email hacker could face 60 years in prison

  Christopher Chaney, 35, who lives in Florida has agreed to plead guilty to charges  of hacking into email accounts of celebrities like Mila Kunis, Scarlett Johansson and Christina Aguilera. The hacker had hacked into the email accounts of these celebrities and found nude photos of them which he published on the internet. The accused … Continue reading

20,000 Indian websites hacked by a Bangladesh group

Hacking is a part of everyday news. Knowledgeable and ultra-knowledgeable people collide and bam, hackers win the fight plus user support. The Hacking of Indian websites is going to be another category on iDigiD very soon because last week a group of hackers hacked Microsoft India store and now a Bangladeshi Hacking Group claims to … Continue reading

Microsoft Store India hacked, credentials leaked

Microsoft’s online store in India has been hacked. The site is now offline, but according to The Verge, Google’s cache shows that the Chinese Evil Shadow Team is taking credit for the hack. Not only the site has been taken down, username and passwords have been released and unfortunately passwords were saved in plain text … Continue reading

Hacker group SwaggSec attacks Foxconn releases internal information

Foxconn which recently came under pressure because of allegations of poor working conditions in its factories has been attacked by a Hacker group SwaggSec which gained access to Foxconn’s internal networks. 2 files have emerged on Demonoid and The Pirate Bay which contains credentials for Foxconn’s email servers, intranet and various other affiliated sites. It … Continue reading

Symantec paid ‘Anonymous’ Hackers $50,000 to keep source code private

In a confirmation to CNET, Symantec paid $50,000 to hacker group Anonymous to keep the source code from its Security products off the Internet and reportedly they used a Gmail address. A Symantec employee negotiated payment with a hacker named Yamatough, which is also a Twitter handle of a person who previously threatened to make the source code … Continue reading