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September 2015

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This is a guest post written by Cassie Phillips, A Writer and Technology Enthusiast. Out of the many big name cyberattacks that have happened this year, none have gotten more press than the Ashley Madison hack (and subsequent information dump). The hack caused a huge stir, ruined marriages, and caused...
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A group of researchers at Texas University in Austin, have discovered a security flaw in mobile phones running the Android Lollipop version. What is this security flaw? This flaw allows anyone to bypass the lockscreen of an Android phone by using a massive password, and expose the home screen, thereby...
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The Government recently released a draft of National Encryption Policy which has got a lot of coverage in the press over the last few days. Very few people actually agree with the purpose of this policy since it threatens to leave hordes of personal user data vulnerable to spying by...
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If you are among those who are happy with Windows 7/8.1 and do not wish to migrate to Windows 10, then you can stop about 6GB of unnecessary files getting downloaded on your PC. To make users of Windows 7 and 8.1 ready for Windows 10, Microsoft has been quietly...
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One of the most common complaints that anyone who uses a smartphone has, is regarding the battery of the device. While our new phones are packed with powerful features, ultrafast processors and are also as thin as a wafer, all this leads to a situation where the battery life of...
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When it comes to smartphone security, one of the first things that we recommend is to switch on the screen lock feature. A surprisingly large number of people are still using their phones without any kind of screen lock enabled and this is a major security loophole that leaves their...
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With online banking gradually becoming a preferred choice of financial transaction for most, fraudsters have renewed their malicious efforts to target their victims. A relatively new type of fraud has come to light. It is known as SIM swap fraud. And we’re here to tell you how you can avoid...
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As of last quarter, Facebook has over 1.19 billion monthly active users, with 728 million users using the service daily. On the dark side of the world, this figure amounts to the number of victims that online scammers have charted on their dartboards. Unarguably, Facebook is the most lucrative avenue...
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Ever since the first iPhone released 8 years back, it has been surprisingly secure. There have been very few instances of malware and hacks on these devices, especially in comparison to the more open and less secure Android platform. From time to time though, a hack on iPhones comes along...