Google Titan Security Key Adds Muscle to Online Security

July 27, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Technology has conquered a great part of our daily lives. At the same time, it has evolved at a great speed and many out there are still trying to keep up with the rapidly growing world of technology. This can include a malware-ridden thumb drive, an email phishing scam that can confuse an innocent worker, […]

Microsoft Wants to Protect Your Windows Devices with Physical Keys

April 19, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tech companies have been pushing beyond the edge to come up with an alternate for passwords. Remedies like two-factor authentication and face/fingerprint recognition have become more popular, yet human frailty is forcing the developers to come up with even more. Now, Microsoft is up to it with a physical solution. Microsoft is updating its Windows […]

Kaspersky Rolls Out Anti Virus Software Free for Global Audience

July 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cyber threats need no introduction in modern days. Those have grown so perilous that’s it is nearly impossible to think of a device without an antivirus protection. Speak of those, and you certainly have to make sure those arrive with robust guarding features, which definitely takes you to paid antivirus services. Kaspersky is one such […]

Apple, Samsung, Google and Rest Join Forces to Battle Robocalls

August 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A call from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s commissioner is now joining the tech majors to fight against automated calls. Tech leaders like Apple, Samsung, Google and Microsoft has now joined hands with the US Government to bring down robocalls that are labelled scourge by the regulators under FCC ‘Industry-Led Robocall Strike Force’. The first […]

Hard Disk Sounds can be Used to Steal PC Data, Finds Researchers

August 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Unplugging your computer from all kind of communication is not the end solution to keep your PCs secures. This is according to a new research, which finds that hackers can steal data from your PC by using the hard disk sound. Researchers from Israel’s Ben-Gurion University have now found that the acoustic signals produced from […]

Mac Unlocking Using iPhones Anticipated with Next OS Overhaul

May 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference is just around the corner. Come this June, and we will be treated with some major overhauls in the software field offered by Apple, which will also cover the Mac OS. There are many features said to be coupled along with the upcoming OS overhauls, but one noticeable feature is […]

WhatsApp Conversations Now Totally End-to-End Encrypted

April 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook, the parent firm of WhatsApp, was among the few tech firms that stood by Apple when the latter’s battle with FBI got gripping. And now, the company has decided to step up the game through WhatsApp, one of the world’s most used chat platform. Back in November 2014, WhatsApp has revealed that it will […]

Tips to Make Sure Your Android Runs Safe and Secure

August 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

By now, you might have heard of the recent Stagefright vulnerability that’s letting hackers to peep in to your Android devices using multimedia messages. Thankfully, Google is addressing the issue and is rolling out patches to ensure any such mishap. But, you would have to wait a bit, as Google’s fixes won’t be arriving in your […]

Hacking Threat Looms over Smartphone Connected Vehicles

July 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smart cars, the term of the future in the automotive industry, promises to pull out the best out of a fully integrated automobile. The core priority in this context is safety. Forget all that. Two veteran hackers out there are showing the world that smartphone connected cars aren’t safe from hacking threats. Charlie Miller, who […]

Spam Menace Plummets, Says Symantec

July 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Every month, security analysts of Symantec Security Responses come up with a report on cyber threats, covering the malware threats and spam mails flooding the inboxes. Their latest report of the month of June has now turned to be a rather delightful. The report says that the overall spam rate has come down to below […]

Sleeping Macbooks Vulnerable to Remote Hacking, Says Research

June 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Shortly after the penetration of the 8-letter code bug into iOS devices, Apple is facing yet another cryptic issue. This time it is with their Mac devices. OSX security researcher Pedro Vilaca has come up with the finding that Mac devices can be remotely hacked without even the owner aware of it. The security flaw […]

GitHub Goes Down with Massive DDoS Attacks Directed at their Chinese Services

March 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have been shooting up of late. We have come through the Christmas attacks upon PS and Xbox servers that led the holiday season gaming to be a damp squib. The latest victim of the DDoS attacks is GitHub, and the assault has crippled their server availability on huge scales. […]

Smart lock feature in Android Will Now Lock Your Phones Automatically

March 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is bringing an overhaul into the Smart lock feature on Android 5.0 OS to make it even smarter. The new feature in the smart lock feature will have your device locked and unlocked for you when keeping it on and off your hands. Google hasn’t mentioned of any announcement regarding the matter. However, the […]

BlackBerry  Joins Hands with Samsung and IBM to Launch  SecuTablet

March 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry , once the final word in business-oriented smartphones, is slowly drawing out measures to win back its bygone glory. But they are not pulling the strings alone this time. Joining hands with them are indeed some big names from the mobile and computing world. The Canadian company is now entering into a partnership with […]

New Android Update Turns Your Phone into a Useless Piece in Case of Theft

March 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not long ago, we had reports that bragged of the huge success of Apple’s Activation Lock feature. The number of stolen iPhones in cities like London and New York witnessed a dip with this new anti-theft feature. And it’s never been habitual that their rivals will stand muted to this. Google, the leading rival of […]

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