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10-Year Old ‘FREAK’ Security Flaw Discovered

03/04/2015, In this day and age, security in the digital realm is of utmost importance, especially when you take into consideration the number of hacking incidents that have happened in the past. Whatever security holes discovered ought to be patched up as soon as...

Google Extends Project Zero’s Grace Period By 14-Days

02/16/2015, Back in 2014, Google announced Project Zero which is basically an initiative taken on by Google themselves to help spot bugs, vulnerabilities, exploits, in hopes that they will be able to prevent any security disasters on phones, computers, and etc. It is...

Visa Announces New Protection Measures For Overseas Credit Card Use

02/13/2015, We’re sure many of you guys have been overseas and have tried to use your credit cards. In some instances, your card works just fine and goes through, but in some instances the card gets declined even though there are no outstanding payments. This is...

Apple Brings Two-Factor Authentication To iMessage And FaceTime

02/12/2015, Remember last year when celebrity photos from iCloud were leaked online? Many blamed iCloud’s poor security which is something Apple quickly addressed why introducing two-factor authentication to the service which was basically an added layer of...

Google Disclosed OS X Vulnerabilities Patched In OS X 10.10.2

01/23/2015, Earlier this week, Google’s security team Project Zero released a report which highlighted some vulnerabilities found in Apple’s OS X. The good news is that if you’re an OS X user and worried about the potential security risk you are facing, you can...

British Prime Minister Wants To Ban Encrypted Messaging Apps

01/12/2015, Encrypted messaging is great if you value your privacy and don’t want hackers or the government snooping on you. However it also means that the bad guys can use the same service and feature to plot and coordinate their crimes without the authorities...