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February 2014

If we thought that cyberattacks can only affect our computers to the software level, then here’s a something to give this thought a different perspective! Uptil now, we witnessed cyberattacks going after the software components of targeted computers. But apparently, there is something scarier than this; something that can take...
With Facebook having bought WhatsApp, it only remains to be seen how that would affect the privacy of users of both the platforms. In the meantime, here are some important news you must have a look at. AT&T received over 300,000 user data requests from law enforcement agencies. – Read...
With the second week of February coming to an end, we have got a few but interesting news for you all. One of them is about the immensely-popular-but-sadly-dead-game Flappy Bird. Malicious Flappy Bird Apps Are Flying All Over Third Party Android Stores Flappy Bird has hit the runway and odds...
While the entire world is doused in love and mushy feelings on Valentine’s Day, cybercriminals are busy wrapping their evil plans. And in our ongoing effort to jeopardize all such plans, we are giving you a recap of some blog posts with the most insightful tips on online safety.  ...
Apparently, a new malicious application is on the loose that poses as an antivirus software for Android devices. In this post, we give you a quick brief about what this malware is all about. Quick Heal has detected this Android malware as Android.Agent.BU. Before installation, the application asks the user...
Beware of Emails Containing Free FIFA Tickets Malware artists sure are opportunistic. News are up that they are using the FIFA bait to lure their victims. Reportedly, users are receiving emails notifying them that they have won free tickets to 20th FIFA World Cup. The emails contain links to a...