hehe im going with RKW3 if it doesn't have a name then its not worth 5$ and wasnt worth how ever much it actually cost. I'd assume the sensor is extremely bad and cant process the light there for it is well... you see what your getting as a picture
To me it looks like a either cheap or meanwhile defective sensor which is no longer able to process bright light. And if you as the photographer don't know what shutter speed and aperture are, then I assume all you have ever tried so far is photograph in the ALL AUTO mode, which might be the only mode your camera offers you, so we cannot even suggest you make one or the other change.
Therefore, assuming you cannot afford to throw this camera into the trash already, all I can suggest is you no longer try to photograph into the light, since average light still seems to work. Just avoid direct light sources within your frames. Maybe that alone will help (though nothing will help the defective sensor, other than getting a new camera).
If you want your entire PHOTOGRAPHY be helped, google some of the basic terms such as shutter speed and aperture to get a first picture (mental, you know, understanding ... funny pun here ).