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Credit Card Security Tips for Online Shopping

 December 16, 2014

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

With holidays around the corner and most ecommerce sites throwing away huge offers and discounts, we have to be extra careful against online scams and frauds. In this post today, we have listed down some helpful tips that you can use for safe credit card usage on the Internet. A...

Beware of the Delhi Zoo Video Facebook Scam!

 September 26, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Delhi zoo witnessed a tragic incident on Tuesday where a youth was mauled to death by a white tiger. Videos of the incident captured by onlookers have gone viral on the Internet. And as always, Internet crooks have started making good use of this incident to scam social media users,...

Think WhatsApp for PC is Safe? Think Again!

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 August 1, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

If you have been wondering about installing WhatsApp for your PC, then here is something that may change your mind. Lately, we have been receiving a lot of comments by our readers regarding using WhatsApp on their PC. Some of them wanted to know if there is really a desktop...

Beware of World Cup 2014 Online Streaming Services

 June 30, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Early this month, we had warned our readers about various FIFA World Cup scams. And as the football fever is rising frantically, hackers are now using fake online streaming services as the ultimate bait to trick fans into installing adware, spyware, Trojans and other malware on their devices. While many...

“The Rock Passes Away!” – Beware of this Facebook Hoax!

 June 20, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Most of us are familiar with WWE superstar Dwayne Douglas Johnson, popularly known by his ring name ‘The Rock’. Although we miss watching him tussling with other wrestlers, we do get to see him in movies. But unfortunately, we will never get to know what the Rock is cooking, because...

FIFA World Cup 2014: Watch out for Malware Attacks and Scams!

 May 30, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Around the world, while billions of fans are anticipating the biggest sporting event in the world, malware artists are webbing plans to turn soccer fans into victims. The FIFA World Cup 2014 is two weeks away, and scammers are all prepped up to launch a fresh wave of attacks. Who’s...

Online Ad Campaigns Mimicking as the CryptoLocker

 March 10, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

CryptoLocker is a recently discovered Windows malware that encrypts user data and makes it unusable. It demands the user for a certain amount of money (ransom) to decrypt the data. As of December, 2013, the creators of CryptoLocker were able to pull in $30 million in just 100 days. So,...

How Security Savvy are Your Staff?

 March 6, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Modern business enterprises deal with large stacks of crucial data that need to be processed at high speeds. As a result, security is often a blind spot for them. Basic enterprise security tips are overlooked for the sake of convenience and this eventually leads to security breaches or data loss....

What is the Biggest Threat to Your Computer and Online Safety?

 February 24, 2014

Estimated reading time: 1 minute

Where there is smoke, there is fire; and where there is Internet, there is the risk of malware attacks. Although, perhaps a bad analogy, it sends the meaning right across. To put it differently, the Internet is like a layer of thin ice. As long as you know about the...

Most Popular IT Security Blog Posts of the Month

 February 14, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

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.  ...