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Pentagon Looking Into System That Automatically Detects Breaches

09/18/2015, What we’ve seen so far with regards to hacks is that they are usually discovered when it is too late and the information has been stolen. This isn’t to say that there aren’t security measures in place, but when hackers exploit loopholes and...

Online Poker Players Targeted By Virus That Spies On Their Cards

09/18/2015, One of the ways to win at poker is by bluffing your way to victory. This involves making your opponent think that you have a potentially better hand than they do. Of course sometimes this is true and they find out much to their dismay. Unfortunately it...

iTunes 12.3 Released With Two-Factor Authentication Support

09/17/2015, Ever since the iCloud hack last year, Apple has been steadily improving the security across its products and services following a promise Tim Cook made after the hack. This has since translated into two-factor authentication on services like iMessage and...

iOS 9 Will Address AirDrop Vulnerability

09/16/2015, We’re sure many users are excited to get their hands on iOS 9 which will be released later today. The excitement for the new features and polished UI will be something to look forward to, but at the same time it would also seem that iOS 9 will address...

Android Pay Won’t Support Third-Party Lockscreens

09/14/2015, Android Pay was recently launched which is good news for those who can’t wait to start using mobile payments. However there is a slight catch and that is Android Pay won’t let you use third-party lockscreens. This means if you’re a fan of...

InvizBox Go Will Protect Your Privacy Over Public WiFi

09/14/2015, Public WiFi is awesome if you’re on holiday and you need access to the internet to access emails, messages, or maps. However public WiFi can be dangerous as it does leave you more vulnerable to hacks and people snooping in on your activities. The good...

Many Baby Monitors Found To Be At Risk To Hacks

09/02/2015, Baby monitors are seemingly innocent devices that allow parents to keep an eye and an ear on their sleeping child. However given that more of these devices have started to connect to the internet to allow remote viewing, it also means that they are...

KeyRaider Malware Found To Have Compromised 225,000 Apple Accounts

08/31/2015, There is a good reason why companies such as Google and Apple do not want you to download apps from unauthorized third-party app stores. This is because sometimes apps are developed to disguise malware, which in turn can severely compromise your device...

Qualcomm Launches Snapdragon Smart Protect

08/31/2015, Over the years we’ve seen increased efforts at boosting the security of our smartphones where malware attacks can be prevented, such as more in-depth app reviews, automated screening processes, and more. However it looks like Qualcomm wants to lend a...

University Student Faces Up To 10 Years In Jail For Selling Malware

08/28/2015, As if the creation of malware wasn’t bad enough, it seems that a student from Carnegie Mellon University, a 20-year by the name of Morgan C. Culbertson, decided that he would profit from the creation of malware by selling it to other people. Culbertson...

The Pentagon Teams Up With Apple, Boeing, Harvard For Wearable Tech

08/28/2015, If the IDC’s recent figures are right, Apple is apparently the world’s second largest wearable maker, and it seems that their efforts with the Apple Watch are paying off. According to a report from Reuters, it seems like Apple along with Boeing and...

Samsung’s Smart Fridge Might Have A Security Flaw

08/25/2015, A fridge is meant to keep food cold and fresh, but as technology advances and the more connected we get, so do our regular household items which might expand why smart fridges that can connect to the internet exists. However with all things that can be...