CDS Exam 2017-18 | All you need to know about the CDS exam

Notification: Invites applications for recruitment for several vacant positions at the Military Academy of India, Naval Academy India, Air Force Academy Academy in charge of training through examination Combined Defense Services – Women CDS Exam 2015) Course (non-technical)).

Applicants can read details and age eligibility criteria, exam details, and other things in the ad. Candidates can fill out online CDS exam forms on the official UPSC website, namely www.upsc.gov.in

2017 exam will be conducted by the UPSC on November 19, 2017 (Sunday) for admission to these courses

CDS UPSC (2) Vacancy Details

Total number of posts: 463 (approx.)
Name Position: Combined Defense Service (II) Review, 2017 (including women SSC (non-technical course)
I) Military Academy of India, Dehradun 145th (DE) Courses from July 2018 [19 vacancies reserved for holders include C CCN (Ala Army) certificate) – 150 (approximately)
Ii) Indian Naval Academy, of course Ezhimala from July 2018 Executive (General Services) (including 06 vacant positions reserved for NCC C certificate holders (naval wing) – 45 seats (approximately)
Ii) Air Force Academy training course, Hyderabad (Pre-flight), from August 2018, ie 32 vacancies (approximately)
Iv) Training Academy, Chennai 108th SSC (Men) (NT) of the course communion in November / December 2018 (provisional) – 255 positions (including 50 vacancies for the NCC ‘
V), Chennai 22 Courses for Women (non-technical) SSC Officers Training Academy from November / December 2018-11 positions (provisional)

CDS REVIEW REQUEST – How to apply for the CDS -II 2017 exam?
Applicants must apply online using the link www.upsconline.nic.in click here to apply
Applicants are invited to submit a single application, if due to any inevitable situation, if he / she has another / multiple requests, you must ensure that the application with the highest RID (Registration ID) is Completed in all aspects and contact information of applicant, examination center, photograph, signature, etc.
Applicants with multiple applications should note that only applications with the higher RID (ID Registration) will be received by the commission and the fees paid against a RID does not hold any other RID.
Applicants are not required to submit any certificate applications in support of their allegations regarding age, SC / ST / CBO academic qualifications and removal costs, etc.

Eligible applicants will receive an e-certificate three weeks before the start of the exam

Electronic Certificate of Admission will be available on the UPSC website www.upsc.gov.in to download for candidates. No admission certificate can be sent by post
Information in this regard may also be obtained at the facilitation desk located in the Commission office in person or by telephone at 011-2338527 / 011-23381125 / 011-23098543

WannaCry Attacks: Microsoft Criticised for Not Offering Free Patches to ‘Unsupported’ Windows XP Users Earlier

US software giant Microsoft has withdrawn the distribution of the free security update that could protect computers from the world of cybernetics WannaCry, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.

In mid-March, Microsoft released a security update after detecting a security flaw in its XP operating system that allows the WannaCry reference system to infiltrate and freeze computers last week.

However, the software giant has sent the free security update – or patch – users to the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system, according to the report.

Older software users, like Windows XP, had to pay heavy support costs, he added.

“The high price highlights the dilemma facing the world’s largest software company, trying to force customers to switch to newer, more secure software,” he said.

A Microsoft spokesman, based in the United States to AFP: “Microsoft offers custom support contracts as a security measure” for companies that choose not to upgrade their systems.
“To be clear, Microsoft would prefer that companies are improving and realizing all the advantages of the latest version rather than choosing a custom support.”

According to the FT, the cost of upgrading previous versions of Windows “from $ 200 (about Rs 13,000) per device in 2014, when regular support for XP ended at $ 400 (about 26 RS 000) the following year “While some customers were invited to pay additional fees.

The newspaper said the high costs led the British National Health Service – one of the first victims of the WannaCry attack – did not make the updates.

Microsoft finally distribute the patch for previous versions Friday – the day has detected ransomware.

Although the announcement was “too late to contain the outbreak of WannaCry,” the report said.

Microsoft has not confirmed the AFP when it made the free patch.

A group of hackers called Shadow Brokers released the malware in April, which claims to have discovered the defect of the NSA, according to Kaspersky Lab, a Russian provider of computer security