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Huawei Denies New Allegations Of Intentional Software Vulnerability

01/16/2014, In an interesting turn of events, it seems that Huawei has recently been accused of purposely allowing their products to have weak holes to allow spy agencies, like the NSA, to easily hack into them for spying purposes. Like we said this is rather ironic...

Starbucks Mobile Payment App Stores Credentials As Plain Text Files

01/15/2014, There is a lot of concern over the security of our personal data these days, what with the NSA spying on us and retailers like Target and Neiman Marcus having their security compromised and customer data stolen, so the last thing we really need is to find...

Research Finds Majority Of Bank Apps Are Not Secure

01/13/2014, We’re sure there are many of you guys out there who use banking apps on their smartphones or tablets. After all this is a great way to check/manage your finances on the go, as well as paying back friends for a meal in the event that you did not bring...

Samsung Responds To KNOX Security Concerns

01/10/2014, Back in 2013, security researchers discovered a vulnerability in Samsung’s KNOX security suite (Samsung’s answer to BlackBerry Balance), leaving many Samsung owners a little paranoid over privacy and safety concerns. Well the good news is that Samsung...

Ads On Yahoo’s Website Found To Have Contained Malware

01/05/2014, Malware can be introduced to computers in a number of ways, and sometimes the user does not need to do anything except visit the website in which the malware is hidden. Of course most of the time these malware-ridden websites tend to be of the shady...

Blizzard Identifies New Malware Affecting World Of Warcraft Gamers

01/03/2014, World of Warcraft gamers and other MMORPG players are subject to hacks and exploits that attempt to steal their user names and passwords, after which the hackers will either rob the character of all their gold, or maybe even sell it off. For those of you...