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Trojan mimics Android clean-up tool

03/10/2011, It sure looks like Google can’t catch a break. After the whole incident with malware (DroidDream) spreading on the Android Market last week, they released an update to help clean up affected Android phones. The update was supposed to give Google the...

iWallet keeps your cash and cards secure

03/03/2011, Despite the world moving forward to a paperless and completely digital future, cash is here to stay (at least for awhile) and so we are subjected to deal with the hassles of handling paper money. If you thought your regular wallet does a good enough job...

Apple looking at secure pattern-based unlock for iOS devices

02/28/2011, Security is a huge buzzword these days, and it makes perfect sense since sensitive data, if fallen into the wrong hands, might just be abused in a way that you would never have imagined. Apple has hence started to look more into a more secure...

AmberWatch SafeText keeps you informed of your children’s texts

02/16/2011, Protext Mobility has just announced the launch of their new app for Android devices called SafeText. The aim of the app? To enable and empower parents with an “easy to use, robust set of tools and features designed to help and protect and manage...

Black Box to show off industry’s first biometric cabinet lock

02/16/2011, Tired of losing keys or remember passwords for your safes you have at home or in the office? Fret no more. Black Box Corporation has just announced that they will be demonstrating its Intelli-Pass Biometric Access Control for Cabinets at the RSA...

Google gets advanced sign-in security

02/10/2011, Google knows that data security is of utmost importance – and the Internet search giant has just introduced new methods to further secure your activities online. Your Gmail account, photos, and private documents more or less tend to rely on the same...

Google steps up security with 2-step verification

02/10/2011, In today’s age where everybody is connected to the internet and storing important information online, security has become a major concern for online services everywhere. Google recognizes this issue and has decided to improve their security for...

iPhone passwords stolen within 6 minutes

02/10/2011, Password theft is definitely something that you wouldn’t want to happen to you and with the iPhone gaining more and more support in the enterprise scene, folks have begun taking a more serious look at the security of the device. Reports have surfaced...

Sony strikes out at the PS3 hacking community again

02/08/2011, It looks like Sony doesn’t look too kindly upon the PlayStation 3 hacking community. They have promised that they will be going after anybody that posts links to PS3 jailbreak code that’s been floating around the internet. Sony has been...

TiaLinx Cougar20-H is the ultimate surveillance bot

02/04/2011, TiaLinx has a new security bot that is built to detect humans. It is lightweight, remote-controlled, and packed with the latest sensor technology that ensures nothing escapes it detection. It can detect human breathing and scan through walls with an...

iOS 4.2.1 untethered jailbreak released by the Chronic Dev team

02/04/2011, The Chronic Dev Team has just released their latest version of the iOS 4.2.1 jailbreak. This version is untethered, meaning you can reboot (power off, then on) your phone without having to use your computer. GreenPois0n RC5 works with all iOS devices...

The PlayStation 3 rootkit isn’t that new after all

02/04/2011, Remember the reports of the latest PlayStation 3 patch that was said to implement a rootkit into the system that would allow Sony to check and modify the files on your PS3 remotely? According to some recent re-examination of the PS3 terms and conditions,...