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New iTunes App Store Phishing Scams Are Making Their Rounds

02/28/2018, If there is a good reason to try and hack into someone’s Apple account it is because it contains a lot of sensitive data, such as devices associated with said account, phone numbers, contacts, photos, and also credit card details in which the hacker...

iCloud Encryption Keys In China Will Be Stored On Local Servers

02/25/2018, Apple typically makes a big deal about protecting their customers’ privacy, but the company’s latest move in China is definitely raising some eyebrows. This is because in a report from Reuters, Apple has confirmed that they are moving iCloud data to...

Samsung Max Launched, Will Replace Opera Max

02/23/2018, Several years ago, Opera launched Opera Max which for those unfamiliar, is an app for mobile devices that was designed to help reduce data consumption and also provide users with VPN-like features. However last year Opera announced that Opera Max would be...


Lighthouse’s AI Security Camera is Now Shipping

02/23/2018, Last year a home security camera called Lighthouse was launched. Given that home security cameras are a dime a dozen, ranging from well-known brands like Nest, to super cheap ones like the WyzeCam, there are many options already available to consumer, but...

Tinder Flaw Lets Hackers Take Over Accounts With Phone Number

02/21/2018, It was just last month that it was discovered that dating app Tinder had a security flaw that lets strangers see your photos and matches. Now according to a report from Appsecure (via The Verge), a new flaw has been discovered that looks like it would...

Nest Cam IQ Indoor Updated With Google Assistant Support

02/21/2018, As you know Google owns Nest, and recently the company announced that they would be merging Nest with their hardware team. However it looks like it didn’t take too long for Nest to start reaping some of the benefits of being part of Google’s hardware...

Google’s Project Zero Discovers Security Flaw In Microsoft Edge

02/19/2018, From time to time security flaws are uncovered in software. It’s not as if this was done on purpose, it’s just that sometimes it’s hard to try and catch all the flaws. More recently it seems that Google’s Project Zero has discovered a new security...

Successor To The $20 WyzeCam Launched, Still Maintains Its Price

02/19/2018, Last year a home security camera called the WyzeCam was launched and while such devices are a dime a dozen, what set it apart from the competition, such as the Nest Cam, is its price where it was priced at an insanely affordable price tag of $20. The good...

Optional Chrome OS Update Will Wipe All Local Data

02/18/2018, According to a recent discovery by security researchers, it seems that some Chromebooks that use a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) have a bug that allows hackers to brute-force their way into a Chromebook to obtain encrypted data. Thankfully the bug has...

US Intelligence Agencies Warns Against Buying Huawei, ZTE Phones

02/14/2018, Are Chinese smartphone makers secretly being employed by the Chinese government to spy on countries around the world, or in particular the US? Apparently that’s what six US intelligence agencies are claiming in which during a Senate Intelligence...

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Will Not Feature In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

02/14/2018, With companies like Vivo launching a phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor, it has renewed speculation that we can expect to see more companies adopt the technology in the future. Samsung has been rumored to be trying to get their in-display sensors...

Skype Bug Could Allow Attackers To Gain System-Level Access

02/13/2018, Microsoft’s Skype app has been around for the longest time ever, but it seems that Microsoft could soon be forced to rewrite the app from scratch, thanks to a recently discovered bug which if exploited, could allow an attacker to gain system-level...

Microsoft Looking To Ditch Passwords In Windows 10 S

02/08/2018, Due to the fact that different applications, services, and websites use different styles of passwords (some require alphanumeric passwords, some require symbols, some ask for a mix of upper and lowercase), it can be a hassle to try and remember all of...

Apple Downplays The Recently Leaked iOS Source Code

02/08/2018, Recently it was discovered that the source code for iOS had been leaked which given Apple’s secretive nature was actually a pretty big deal, or so we thought, but apparently it seems that Apple doesn’t think it is that big of a deal. Sure, leaks suck...