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Mobiles Might be the Next Biggest Security Threat to Businesses

 January 2, 2014

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The family of mobile devices may not be so happy by what is being predicted about them. Recent research has labelled them as the biggest enterprise security threat of 2014. It is not the first time that mobile devices have been treated as a security threat to individuals and businesses....

Do you Delete your Files Securely?

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 November 15, 2013

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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...

Protect your Android with Quick Heal Total Security

 November 13, 2013

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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...

Are you sure you are getting the real BlackBerry Messenger?

 October 28, 2013

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The BlackBerry Messenger has been finally rolled out on the streets for Android users. So, while you may be going all gaga over the new and sleek IM, ensure that you are getting the real deal and not just another shady, phony BBM messenger.   The BlackBerry Messenger for Android...

The Top 20 Android Malware – How they work

 October 17, 2013

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In our earlier blog post, we talked about the top 20 malware plaguing the Android platform. In this post, we will give you an insight into how each of these malware function once they gain entry into targeted devices. The Top 20 Android Malware 1. Android.FakeRun.A • Android.FakeRun.A is designed...

The Top 20 Android Malware – Quick Heal Mobile Threat Report

 October 15, 2013

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Since the time Android made its entry into the Smartphone arena, it ruffled quite a few players; even the big ones. At present time, Google Android grips a tight 51.6% of the US market share (source: www.androidcentral.com, report as of August 2013). The open source nature of Android has made...

4 Ridiculously Easy Steps to Keep your Android Safe – Infographic

 August 28, 2013

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Guess what threats your precious Android is exposed to? Crooks, who want to steal it, and miscreants who want to know what stuff is in it? Wait, are we missing something here? Of course, malware attack – the biggest threat of all. Apparently, in 2012, Android turned out to be...

Whatsapp Hoax (fake) Messages Doing the Rounds Again

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 June 25, 2013

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Today one of my colleagues received a message on WhatsApp that read: “Hello, I. Am riya director of whatsapp, this message is to inform all of our users that we have only 530 accounts available for new phones, and that our servers have recently been very congested, so we asking...

Is BYOD a Concern?

 June 24, 2013

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BYOD – Bring Your Own Device, apparently, has become the new mantra in today’s workplace. Its benefits are appealing and attractive, but they also come with major threats and concerns. This post  outlines some important facts about the BYOD program. There is a reason Tim Cook (CEO of Apple Inc.)...