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Today 4th Feb 2012 a historical day for Chiniot when Mr, Qaiser Ahmed Shiekh (Ex- MNA) Announced the FAST University Campus Chiniot which will be the 5th Campus of FAST University.
Qaiser Ahmed Shiekh Congratulate Chiniot People saying that, now Computer students from Chiniot could get high education in their own City Chiniot due to the new Campus of the FAST university.
Head of FAST university Mr. Sajjad Wasim was also there at the new campus ceremony. FAST (foundation for advancement of science and technology) is high level education institute in Pakistan.
We came across lot of students and freelancers are complaining about Earn money online scams. Now a days there are few company are running this business for students and free lancers to earn money while sitting at home .
Unfortunately none of them are paying money in real , all the companies are getting 100$ in advance to get your self registered which is very hard for a student or some one who want to earn money.
We had a survey in Chiniot for about 500 students and free lancers, the results we found are as below
- Got registered with Earn online business 500 students
- Started working students or free lancers 300
- Registration fee Paid 100$ by 500 students
- After 3 months 200 students got exhaust and left
- After 3 months 150 students got negative balance in their account rather than getting profit
- After 3 months there were only few professionals who got 10 $ in plus for the work done by them
So the results showings above are the facts and anyone can easily understand that there is no fact in earning money online until some company train the students and free lancers first and then without registration feee they should start earning money online while sitting at home .
Less than a week after it was attacked, the US Central Intelligence Agency’s website was again attacked, and defaced this time by an Indian hacker who gained access to it.
The hacker, “lionaneesh,” claimed to gain access to the CIA site by exploiting an XSS vulnerability – and even taunted the US agency after the hack.
“CIA is not so intelligent,” the hacker said in their Twitter account, which listed lionaneesh’s name as Aneesh Dogra.
The hacker even sent a Twitter message to LulzSec, a hacker group that claimed responsibility for an earlier attack on the CIA site.
“Good Work, I wanna ask you something… By seeing your acts I see that we are quite similar in our acts, I really wanted to join (you),” the message to LulzSec said.
Earlier this week, the CIA website became sporadically inaccessible, with LulzSec claiming responsibility for the attack.