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Pinterest Hacked, Facebook Buys Oculus and More – Latest Security News

Pinterest Hacked, Facebook Buys Oculus and More – Latest Security News

Interesting security news unfolded this week as Facebook bought Oculus Rift for $2 Billion. What could Facebook […]

Mar 29, 2014     No Comments
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Latest IT Security News and Updates for the Week

Latest IT Security News and Updates for the Week

There are several interesting new developments in the security world, and here are some of the news […]

Mar 8, 2014     1 Comment
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Things You Should Keep off the Table of Facebook

As a continuation to our previous post, where we had discussed the type of information one should […]

May 20, 2013     2 Comments
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Classic lies you should not let a cyber criminal use on you

Cyber criminals can devise various ways to get what they want from you. Manipulating people into carrying […]

Apr 15, 2013     72 Comments
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Facebook Graph Search could interfere with your online privacy

Three months ago Facebook revealed Graph Search which had a lot of mixed reviews. While some reviewers […]

Mar 21, 2013     7 Comments
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Security news and updates from the last week

India – Where most of the world’s spam originates from A large amount of email spam originates […]

Feb 15, 2013     1 Comment
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Facebook Graph Search: Useful search engine or phishers dream come true?

Facebook recently launched a notable new feature known as Graph Search. Mark Zuckerberg highlighted this feature as […]

Jan 29, 2013     2 Comments
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Germans demand anonymous accounts over Facebook: Wise move or not?

German legislators have stoked the fires of Facebook privacy by ordering the social network to allow anonymous […]

Dec 19, 2012     3 Comments
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Security news updates from the week gone by

Bangalore biggest target of cyber crimes in 2012 The cyber criminal cell at the Criminal Investigation Department […]

Dec 15, 2012     2 Comments
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Viral Facebook copyright message is nothing but a scam

If you recently came across a viral Facebook privacy notice that mentioned copyrights of your content, photos […]

Nov 27, 2012     39 Comments
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    Clickjacking is a technique used by an attacker to inject malicious code in clickable content in websites. Clickjacking is usually done to record the victim’s clicks on the Internet or drop a malware infection on the system.