Hailing from Delhi Jasmin Bhasin aka Teni will surely win your heart with her pictures

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Hailing from Delhi Jasmin Bhasin aka Teni will surely win your heart with her pictures

Hailing from Delhi sweet and gorgeous Jasmin Bhasin made her acting debut in 2011. She is a model by profession at first but went on to acting in TV commercials and shows. She bagged herself many opportunities when she appeared in ZEE TV’s Tashan-E-Ishq and after that, she got fame as Teni in Dil Se Dil Tak show which is based on Chori-Chori Chupke Chupke movie.

She had already done a movie in the South Indian film industry with filmmaker Krish’s Vaanam. She did a few films in South Indian languages like Tamil, Kannada and Telugu in 2014. But television debut got lucky for her career.

Jasmin is now a contestant on Khatron Ke Khiladi Season 9 and for sure she is one hot girl in the show. Jasmin who is very much active on social media made her fans drool over her pictures from different photo shoots. It seems like she likes to be captured. She has got a good figure and her expressions are worth watching. Once you watch her Instagram you will start following her.

Let’s have a look at some of her Instagram picture recently from KKK9 and some photoshoots:


A post shared by Jasmin Bhasin (@jasminbhasin2806) on Jul 2, 2018 at 12:30am PDT

Ain’t she pretty?

She has got the looks of Diva with her innocence.

Earlier in an interview, “She also spoke about her marriage that she is not willing to marry an actor. “You get exhausted, there is no time to spend with family or friends and all this leads to mood swings. So, it would be really difficult for me to be with someone from the fraternity because he’ll have the same problems I have. We won’t be able to talk about anything besides the fraternity”.

Jasmin aka Teni’s fan following is increasing on social media day by day and she describes herself in the bio of her Instagram with a quote which reads, “She’s mad but she is magic, there’s no lie in her fire”.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 18 Jul 2018

Anil Kapoor reveals the title of ‘Fanney Khan’ next song in a quirky way!

Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor is all set to appear in bollywood film ‘Fanney Khan’. The film will also star Aishwarya Rai and Rajkummar Rao in a lead role.

Meanwhile, the actor took to social media to share the title of his next song from the film.

The actor shared a picture, where he is seen standing against a taxi wearing the taxi driver’s uniform, with a question ‘Mere achche din kab ayenge’.

Anil took to Twitter and shared a picture and captioned it as, “Agar aapke dil mein ye sawaal hai ki mere #AchcheDin kab aayenge, toh aap bhi #FanneyKhan hain! My favorite song will be out soon!”

Fanney Khan tells the story of a doting father and aspiring singer played by Anil Kapoor. It will see Aishwarya Rai in the role of a glamorous singing sensation.

The film will also star Rajkummar Rao as Aishwarya Rai’s love interest. The film also marks Aishwarya Rai and Anil Kapoor’s collaboration after 17 years. The two last shared screen space in Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai.

The film is the Hindi adaptation of 2000 Dutch release Everybody’s Famous directed by Dominique Deruddere, which was also nominated in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 73rd Academy Awards.

Directed by Atul Manjrekar and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, and nominees of ROMP, the film is slated to hit theatres on August 3.

Fortnite maker Epic Games beefs up its Unreal game engine in new update

After a wildly successful last few months thanks to Fortnite, Epic Games is delivering some substantial new updates to its Unreal game engine which supports a variety of cross-platform titles and experiences. Some features like smoother compatibility on mobile and better support for Switch come directly from the fact that they’ve had to iterate so quickly on building such a massively successful cross-platform title.

“Our engine is as good as it is because we ship games,” Epic Games CTO Kim Libreri told TechCrunch. “How many clicks an artist has to do to be able to change the color of something or adjust the look of something is all highly optimized because the artists scream at us day-in and day-out on the engine team if it’s not efficient.”

The engine enables indie developers to gain access to a system for environment building and rendering that is on-par with the major studios. A lot of the new features come from tools that Epic Games built because it needed them for its own titles. The latest 4.20 update is fairly notable for the engine, bringing some performance bumps but also a new visual effects engine and some other new stuff.

One of the bigger highlights of this update is a system for rendering objects at reduced polygonal complexity when need be. The engine’s Proxy Levels of Detail tech competes directly with some of the technology built by Simplygon, which Microsoft acquired last year. The tech basically allows objects to render in low-poly mesh versions rather than a soft of all-or-nothing scenario where as you traverse an environment objects will just appear out of nowhere on the horizon as they render.

The company says that this tech was essential for ensuring that Fortnite players on an even footing even when on lower-power devices. The feature was available in an experimental build since the most recent update, but it has been honed to be more reliable in this new release.

Another heavy hitter of the release is the early access release of Niagara, a long-awaited visual effects editor that the company talked about a lot at GDC. The tool allows developers a lot of control over particle physics for something like an explosion or fire and will eventually be replacing the engine’s existing Cascade system.

In additions to visual effects looking more realistic, Epic is looking to give cutscenes a shot in the arm with tech that allows developers to deliver some pretty top notch movie-quality shots via depth-of-focus bokeh-like enhancements that draw attention to what matters in a scene. On a similar note, Epic is releasing the tools they have been using in their work to create more realistic digital human characters.

There’s a lot of other new functionality in this release including updated AR support for Magic Leap One and ARKit 2, as well as some mixed reality capture functionality in early access.

All of these features are available to devs now in the 4.20 update.

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Preparing for CAT 2018? Best Online Resources to Assist You

Preparing for CAT 2018? Best Online Resources to Assist You

The Common Admission Test is definitely one of the most important management entrances and quite strenuous at the same time too. With lakhs of students aiming to secure admission into the elite IIMs prefer to undertake this exam, the pressure builds up even more on acing the exam in the first attempt itself. Hence, the relevance of timely CAT preparation gets higher, every year.

Though there are plenty of coaching centres in different parts of India for the preparation of CAT, not all students approach them due to financial restraints hence forced to give up on many helpful or informative exam preparation techniques from experts. Today, with hundreds of online and offline demo videos, course lessons, learning apps, mock tests, test series and solved question papers, thousands of students have made friends with the internet technology for many entrance exams preps including CBSE boards, UGC NET, XAT, MAT etc.

Following, we have covered some of the best online resources for the upcoming CAT exam this year. The resources include varied websites or educational platforms that provides for mock tests, solved and sample question papers, online courses, quizzes, question banks, live discussion forums and instructional videos, learning apps, YouTube channels etc. for faster and easier CAT 2018 preparation. And with three major sections to cover for, most of these online resources provides the best study materials for the same, i.e. for Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension, Quantitative data and Logical Reasoning and Data Interpretation sections. Have a look at some of the not-to-be missed online resources for CAT 2018 preparation.


  • Career Launcher

The first one to feature in this category is Career Launcher. A platform that provides not only online CAT classes that are also live and interactive with 60+ classes over 3 days a week, this one is definitely worth checking out. They even have peer learning sessions. One can join the classes according to convenience and study from anywhere. Further, their course modules also takes note of changing exam pattern of CAT exam, if any. Quizzes and mock tests analysis forms rest of the learning method here.

  • Handa ka Funda

The next online platform here is Handa ka Funda. The varieties here includes over 750+ video tutorials or lessons, mock tests and live coaching classes. The test series and courses are priced here at different rates, according to a student’s needs for study materials.

The name TIME in CAT coaching is definitely not a new one. With the best of experts, e-books, section wise mock tests and concept videos, this site is a must visit for any serious CAT enthusiast. Their online courses start at Rs. 9,750, and varies as per the need.

Others popular online suggestions include, Testfunda, Byju’s, MBAtious, With module wise mock tests, online test series and quizzes, some of them are available both in the web and mobile app version, which makes it even more comfortable for students to access online study materials.

YouTube channels

With 4 lakh + subscribers and 75 lakh views, Bjyu’s YouTube channel is one of the best for CAT 2018 preparations. It’s got tips and pointers for reading comprehensions, shortcut techniques to mathematical concepts like Geometry, Speed, Distance and Time etc. explained well.

  • Perfect Scores

The next best YouTube channel to feature in here is that of Perfect Scores which currently enjoys some 95,000 + subscribers and has had some 6 lakh views, till date. With regards to CAT exam study materials, they have covered various topics related to English and Quantitative data, including Sentence corrections, Vocabulary, Parajumbles, and Syllogism etc.

Other YouTube channels that can also be checked out are 2IIM CAT preparation, Career Launcher and HitBullseye.


Next, we come to the apps section, which is another easy study method commonly used. For that matter, some of the best Android based apps for CAT 2018 preparations are MBA Test Prep, TCY Exam Prep, MBA: CAT/CMAT preparation, Cracku, TIME4CAT, Gradeup, TestFunda, Mindworkzz and IIM CAT Test Prep. With features such as daily quizzes, puzzles, news updates, question banks, CAT vocabulary, free practice tests, mock tests and GK tests, studying through Apps have surely been made interesting these days.

Online Newspapers and Blogs

Lastly, one can also opt for studying via the online newspapers and blogs that is totally free of cost and one of the best sources for improving G.K. for most management based entrance exams; online newspapers and blogs dedicated to MBA preparations.

This is important because students need to be thorough with the concepts beyond the subject areas of CAT, if they wish to get into the best of MBA colleges in India. Gaining a perfect score in CAT exam is just the first step, which will be followed by tough group discussions and personal interview, especially at any IIM’s focusing on current affairs, global affairs etc. Therefore, prepping through effective newspaper reading is one good way to enhance one’s management education chances.

To begin with, The Hindu, The Guardian, The Indian Express, Economic Times, The Wire, and Financial Express are some good online newspaper examples. One can read these at their comfort and convenience from anywhere.

With regard to blogs, The Education Network by PagalGuy, Word Pandit, Handa Ka Fanda, CAT-holics are the most useful for CAT exam preparations. These include detailed blog articles on tips to study, both topic wise and section wise, SWOT analysis for CAT exam, preparation plans for working professionals, 30 days preparation techniques, discussion forums, best books recommendations etc.

Over the years, the worry of increasing costs of physical coachings for many entrance exams have opened up new windows of opportunities for thousands of students. And this has happened likewise for CAT preparations too. It is the perfect time to kick-start one’s preparations for CAT 2018. So, start preparing and good luck!


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Do I want an always-on digital assistant listening in all the time?

The smart device market is exploding. Smart home kits for retrofitting “non-smart” houses have become cheaper.

Earlier this year, Apple released the HomePod speaker, the company’s response to dominant smart devices Google Home and Amazon Echo. Amazon, too, is expanding its lineup. Recently, it debuted the Amazon Echo Look, promising to make users more stylish.

All of these smart devices are equipped with an artificially intelligent virtual assistant, which allows users to interact with their devices hands-free. These devices, which vow to make your life easier, have another thing in common: They often have microphones on all the time to listen for your requests.

As a scholar of rhetoric and technology, I study how people make sense of new technological innovations. My research outlines several reasons why people might find these smart devices equipped with an always-on microphone attractive as well as unsettling.

Convenience matters

First, smart devices offer exceptional convenience at an unprecedentedly low cost. Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Google all pitch their products as ways to make users more efficient by outsourcing tasks. This isn’t new. Wealthier people have long relied on the labor of others to manage their households and workspaces. Smart home technologies promise similar effects. They can automate chores, including vacuuming, grocery shopping and even cooking.

Artificial intelligence, algorithms and automation now execute tasks for those who can afford smart devices. As a result, more and different people may take advantage of a digital assistant than would use, or could afford, a human assistant.

Increasing autonomy

For example, hands-free technologies may increase autonomy for the elderly and individuals with disabilities. Scholars are investigating how smart devices can support “universal design,” a way of making spaces and activities accessible and convenient for people of all abilities. Smart home systems can assist people with physical or cognitive impairments by automating crucial activities and services, such as opening and closing doors, or contacting medical professionals.

Such systems may offer people increased autonomy in their homes. For instance, in Boulder, Colorado, Imagine! Smart Homes are equipped with smart home systems so that people with cognitive disabilities “may remain in more independent and natural settings.” Interviews with elderly users suggest that technologies that monitor a person’s health and movement around the home can help people “aging-in-place.”

Ubiquitous surveillance and security concerns

While smart home technologies can offer feelings of comfort and security for some users, there may also be security risks associated with an always-on microphone.

Smart home systems are part of a larger suite of devices, apps, websites and spaces that collect, aggregate and analyze personal data about users. Scholars call this “ubiquitous surveillance,” which means “it becomes increasingly difficult to escape … data collection, storage, and sorting.”

Smart devices require data – yours and others’ – to serve you well. To get the full benefits of smart home systems, users must share their locations, routines, tastes in music, shopping history and so forth. On one hand, a well-connected device can manage your digital life quite well.

On the other hand, providing so much personal information benefits companies like Amazon. As they gain access to users’ personal information, they may monetize it in the form of targeted advertisements or collect and sell your personal characteristics, even if it’s separated from your name or address. Perhaps that’s why Wired magazine says, “Amazon’s Next Big Business Is Selling You.” Not all companies have the same privacy policies. Apple says it won’t sell its users’ personal information to others. Still, potential users should decide how much of their intimate lives they’re willing to share.

Smart homes come with broader security concerns. Unsecured devices connected to the “internet of things” can be targets for hackers. Access to smart devices might provide hackers a well-spring of useful data, including information about when users are home – or not. Additionally, smart objects can be deployed surreptitiously for nefarious purposes. In 2016, the Mirai botnet commandeered unsuspecting users’ IoT devices for use in a distributed denial-of-service attack.

There’s another, perhaps less exciting, risk: Devices with always-on microphones can’t always tell who is talking. Recently, Alexa users reported that their children ordered unwanted items from Amazon. Others noted that background sounds, like the TV, prompted unauthorized purchases. These vocal triggers – called “false positives” when they prompt devices to do something unexpected or unwanted – have led to users unknowingly sharing private conversations with others.

In early 2018, Amazon Echo users were forced to confront these security risks when Alexa began laughing, apparently unprompted. Although Amazon later said that the laugh was an unfortunate false positive response to nearby conversations, the laughter prompted some users to reconsider letting Alexa into their most intimate spaces.

Objects like people

Potential surveillance and security concerns aside, users must consider the consequences of human-like virtual assistants in smart devices. It is not a coincidence that Siri, Alexa, Cortana and now Erica, Bank of America’s digital assistant, are gendered feminine – and not just their voices. Historically, women were assigned to tasks related to their roles as mother or wife. As women joined the workforce, they continued to perform these roles in “pink collar jobs.”

Siri and Alexa perform similar tasks, taking care of users while also offering administrative support. Some even consider Alexa to be a co-parent.

My research shows that gendering virtual assistants invites users to engage with smart devices because they’re familiar and comfortable. Some users may be willing to share more intimate details about themselves despite security or surveillance risks. Ultimately, people may grow to rely upon devices, which empowers those who own the data harvested from always-on devices in the home.

Smart device users must weigh the significant conveniences of a device with an always-on microphone against the substantial concerns. Some of these concerns – security and surveillance – are pragmatic. Others – about whether devices should have a gender – are decidedly more philosophical. The bottom line is this: When people ask devices to act for them, they must be willing to live with what – or who – is on the other side.

New Malware Designs To Grab Data From Google Chrome And Firefox Browser

New Malware Designs to Grab Data From Google Chrome And Firefox Browser

New Malware Designs To Grab Data From Google Chrome And Firefox Browser

The malware is written in .Net and it is a variant of August Stealer. Which locates and steals credentials of sensitive documents and other wallet details from an infected system. 

But this new Malware “Vega Stealer” is quite different including a new network communication protocol and functionality with browser stealing activity.

The security researchers from Proofpoint says that,
“The malware contains stealing functionality targeting saved credentials and credit cards in the Chrome and Firefox browsers, as well as stealing sensitive documents from infected computers.”

How does Vega Stealer work?

Vega stealer attached with any documents via Email or direct for containing activities. The Malware designs as longer lasting impacts if further developed and distributed. Due to the distribution and lineage, this threat may continue to evolve and grow to be a commonly observed threat. The name ‘Vega Stealer’ was derived from a pdb string used within the binary


Vega Stealer is written in .NET and the sample we observed dropping in the wild did not contain any packing or obfuscation methods. One of the goals of Vega appears to be gathering and exfiltrating saved data from the Google Chrome browser, including:

  • Passwords (the “logins” SQLite table contains URLs and username and password pairs)

  • Saved credit cards (the “credit_cards” autofill table contains a name, expiration date, and card number)

  • Profiles (the “autofill_profile_names” table contains first, middle, and last name)

  • Cookies

For Mozilla browser, Vega collects the files from “\\Mozilla\\Firefox\\Profiles” folder, namely “key3.db” “key4.db”, “logins.json”, and “cookies.sqlite”. These files store password and Keys.

Vega also could take a screenshot of victim machine. Vega stealer communicates with C&C server using the HTTP protocol. There are two parameters used in the C&C traffic, specifically in the client body of the request. ‘f=’ is the filename and ‘c=’ is the base64-encoded data portion of the request. The order of network communication with the C&C is a follows:

  • If found, send the “key3.db” “key4.db”, “logins.json”, and “cookies.sqlite” Mozilla Firefox files

  • Send the screenshot file “screenshot.png” (Desktop screenshot)

  • Send the “chrome_pw.txt” containing saved data stolen from Chrome; the “c=” parameter will be empty if none is found

  • Further network requests exist if Vega finds any documents matching the “doc|docx|txt|rtf|xls|xlsx|pdf” extensions.

How is it more dangerous?

Proofpoint researchers say that, we believe is for sale and used by multiple actors, including the threat actor spreading Emotet banking Trojan. However, the URL patterns from which the macro retrieves the payload are the same as those used by an actor we are tracking who distributes the Ursnif banking Trojan, which often downloads secondary payloads such as Nymaim, Gootkit, or IcedID. As a result, we attribute this campaign to the same actor with medium confidence.

How can we protect?

Hackersonlineclub (HOC) team is always keeping you aware of the Malware activities.

  • Do not open any unknown attachment.

  • Always use Internet Security 

  • Keep your system update

  • Do not save your password in your browser.

  • Change your password time by time.