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BlackBerry And Boeing Team Up For Self-Destructing Phone

12/22/2014, When the name Boeing is mentioned, chances are you probably think of planes, but recently the company has decided to venture into the smartphone market with the release of the Boeing Black smartphone, a smartphone aimed at users who prioritize privacy and...

Apple Patent Hints At More Secure Touch ID Unlocking

12/22/2014, Touch ID is a feature Apple introduced in the iPhone 5s that allowed users to unlock their phone and enter their Apple ID password without having to type anything as it uses fingerprint recognition. While it does seem to be pretty secure enough, could it...

This USB Necklace Is Able To Hack Your Computer In Minutes

12/19/2014, We’re sure you’ve probably seen this in movies and TV shows where the good/bad guy attempts to hack a computer network or system just by plugging in a USB drive. Once the USB drive has been plugged in, the hack seems to run without a hitch and if...

Verizon’s Voice Cypher Encrypted Calling App Comes With A Catch

12/16/2014, With the recent spate of hacks and reports of government listening in on our calls, reading our emails, messages, and so on, we’re sure there is an increasing amount of users out there who are looking to secure their privacy as much as possible. Well...

Sony Pictures Reportedly Warned Of Security Incidents Prior To Hack

12/14/2014, You might recall that several years ago, Sony’s PSN was hacked and while your first thought might be that it isn’t Sony’s fault but the hackers’, it turns out that Sony was to blame due to poor security which also landed them in a spot of trouble...

Data Sent Between Smartwatch And Smartphone Might Not Be Secure

12/10/2014, A lot of smartwatches tend to sync with smartphones. This is required as notifications from the smartphone are sent to the smartwatch, and data collected from the smartwatch, such as biometrics and health data, are sent back to the smartphone where it is...

Eyelock Myris Review

12/10/2014, Given the rate at which emails and passwords are being stolen or leaked, it is fair to say that Internet security is a problem that concerns every web user. The truth is that the login+password pair is not the greatest way to secure access to your...

E-Cigarette Found To Have Malware Hard Coded Into Its USB Charger

11/25/2014, There is a lot of debate regarding e-cigarettes and whether or not it is actually good for your health. Naturally advocates of the e-cigarette claim that it isn’t harmful and helps people quit smoking, while some health experts beg to differ, but that...

Symantec Discovers Regin Malware That Has Been Lurking For Years

11/24/2014, Sometimes bugs in software exist that never get discovered or fixed, simply because the conditions it takes to produce them are extremely complicated which is why they might have gone unnoticed during testing. A good example was about a little more than a...