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Pentagon Accidentally Exposed Internet Surveillance Data

11/20/2017, The Department of Defense probably didn’t want poeple to know that it has been collecting billions of public internet posts from news sites, social media networks, and online forums. The cat was let out of the bag accidentally when it exposed the...

Flaw Found In Amazon Key That Could Disable The Cloud Cam

11/17/2017, A couple of weeks ago, Amazon announced Amazon Key. This is basically a system that allows a courier to enter your home and leave your package in your home, which means that even if you’re not home you will still receive your packages as promised. This...

Report Claims Android Is The Most Targeted By Malware

11/16/2017, Malware, viruses, hacks; those are security issues that aren’t exactly new, but unfortunately it seems that some platforms are more affected than most. According to Nokia’s latest Threat Intelligence Report, it seems that they have discovered that...


10-Year Old Successfully Unlocks His Mom’s iPhone X Using Face ID

11/15/2017, While facial recognition isn’t exactly a new piece of technology, Apple is marketing the iPhone X with Face ID as the next-generation of facial recognition, where it combines the use of AI and various hardware sensors and components to scan a user’s...

Future HomePods Could Come With Face ID Integration

11/13/2017, At the moment there is a bit of resistance amongst some consumers when it comes to adopting smart speakers. This is because there are some who are concerned about their privacy, and how they think that these smart speakers are eavesdropping on their...

Your Google Account Is Most Likely To Be Hijacked Through Phishing

11/12/2017, There are many ways to get hacked on the internet, but it seems that one of the more common ways that people are getting their accounts hacked and taken over is through phishing. This is according to a recent study conducted by Google in an attempt to...

These Groovy Lava Lamps Help Keep Part Of The Internet Secure

11/12/2017, Lava lamps at some point in time were an extremely popular piece of home decoration, but fast forward to today, it seems that these groovy pieces of home furnishing has found a new lease on life: protecting part of the internet. Wait, what? Yup, you read...

OPPO & Xiaomi Could Launch Smartphones With Facial Scanning In 2018

11/10/2017, Just like Touch ID, it seems that Apple’s Face ID is testing pretty positive amongst reviewers. Sure, there might be some issues here and there, but we expect that Apple will improve upon it and fix it with software updates over time, but for the most...

Connected Sex Toy Bug Accidentally Records Intimate Sessions

11/10/2017, As our devices grow more connected with every release, it also introduces a new problem in form of security and privacy. This problem has recently manifested itself again in a post on Reddit where user tydoctor discovered that a connected sex toy by...

Coding Error Leaves Hundreds Of Messaging Apps Vulnerable

11/09/2017, Many messaging apps these days offer users end-to-end encryption for their messages, meaning that these messages are protected from hackers who could still intercept them, but even if they did they wouldn’t be able to read them. However security is only...

Apple Could Launch Two OLED iPhones With Face ID In 2018

11/06/2017, The iPhone X has only just recently started going out to customers but it seems that rumors and interest in 2018’s models have already started to build. In a recent report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, it seems that if you wanted more...

Siblings Manage To ‘Trick’ Face ID Into Unlocking The iPhone X

11/06/2017, Face ID is the iPhone X’s new touted security feature which is said to be more secure than fingerprints and harder to fool. In fact Apple made a pretty big deal about it by claiming to have worked with makeup artists, mask makers, and others to ensure...