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November 2013

Sharing personal issues with your best buddy, family or an imaginary friend is one thing, and blabbering about it on the Internet is another. A post which you might think is playful, funny or has zero consequences, could be just the missing link for an online fraudster to complete his...
Online shopping is no more an alien concept. Nearly everyone who spends their time on the Internet, prefer shopping online. But as convenient as online stores are, they can be a scary place too. You never know if the Web site where you are giving away your credit card information...
Businesses Should Gear up for Worse Cyber Attacks in 2014 Cyber predictions for the coming year may not be pleasant for businesses. Security analysts are predicting that 2014 will see nastier cyber attacks on enterprises. Malware artists may use more of targeted attacks. Incidences of data breach may increase and...
If you suppose that deleting a file removes it completely from your computer, then you have a wrong notion. The file can be recovered by using recovery tools. And this could be a risk if any unauthorized person uses your computer and retrieves such files; especially when the files are...
If our readers can recall, then in an earlier post we presented a report on the top 20 Android malware. In this post, we tell you how Quick Heal can help protect your Android devices from the ever-growing malware threat. Android malware growth since 2012 As of September 2013, the...
Google to Ban Third Party Extensions for Chrome Google already has a security mechanism in place which warns users on installing any extension which is hosted on a third party store. But it seems that the mechanism is going to be tighter. From January onwards, users will be able to...