Parental Control or Stunted Growth?

Parental Control or Stunted Growth?

17 November 2014

There is a new trend that is gaining more popularity with each passing day. After several cyberbullying cases and incidents with kids actually killing themselves, parents have begun to increasingly look towards using parental control software to make sure that their kids are safe. These software can do a number of things from letting the [...]

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It Is Time You Got Rid of Java

It Is Time You Got Rid of Java

14 November 2014

Computer security has never been as important as it is today. And while we’re busy fighting off hackers and malicious code we often forget that it’s something that we’ve already let in, legitimately so, that can actually do the real damage. In this case the king of all loopholes is Java, that doesn’t serve any [...]

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Facebook Goes Anonymous

Facebook Goes Anonymous

12 November 2014

Facebook is about to roll out a new app that stays entirely anonymous and is sort of privacy friendly – however, that’s not the main reason why it seems so great. Online bullies, trolls and spammers have a field day through apps that allow people to stay anonymous. Once blocked they just make another account [...]

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Phone Disposal: An Actual Threat?

Phone Disposal: An Actual Threat?

10 November 2014

Apparently, as if hackers and malicious apps weren’t enough, your method of disposing off your phone could also put you at a great security risk. A new smartphone is always on the horizon, considering there are new offerings every couple of months to entice us all. It’s not rare for many people to actually find [...]

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Android Malware: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Android Malware: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

07 November 2014

Android is facing a unique and brand new type of threat. Researchers seem to have found that the platform can now be compromised through malware that is hidden in images. This is interesting because never before have we heard of an image being used to hide malware, but of course if it had to happen [...]

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Google Wallet vs Apple And The iPhone 6

Google Wallet vs Apple And The iPhone 6

05 November 2014

Apple pay is claiming to be the answer to all your payment needs. With the update for the iOS 8.1 we finally got our hands on that too courtesy the iPhone 6. However, Google has already been singing the tune that Apple has just caught on to. Google Wallet and NFC have been around for [...]

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Microsoft Is Pushing Two-Factor Authentication With Windows 10

Microsoft Is Pushing Two-Factor Authentication With Windows 10

03 November 2014

The tech giant seems to have big ideas on how security should work out for the newest iteration of its globally popular OS. Windows 10 is coming to us with two-factor authentication for augmented security and better user control. The move is being lauded by many as the need of the hour because Windows has [...]

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BlackBerry 10 Devices Not Safe From Bugs

BlackBerry 10 Devices Not Safe From Bugs

31 October 2014

BlackBerry has built a reputation for being one of the most squeaky clean platforms around. That is one of the reason that we were most likely never see a collaboration between BlackBerry and Android. However, it seems like even BlackBerry isn’t completely infallible. A new kind of bug is putting at risk all BlackBerry 10 [...]

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