iPhone users are in trouble as iCloud servers have been hacked

There is a new threat that is haunting Apple users who store their private data into iCloud. The basis of this treat is the report that suggests that iCloud servers have been hacked. Actually, there is a group of hackers who have reportedly managed to gain access to more than 300 million iCloud accounts. The…

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Chinese Hackers Using BTS to Spread a Malicious Banking Trojan: Swearing Trojan

Chinese Hackers Using BTS to Spread a Malicious Banking Trojan: Swearing Trojan- Chinese Hackers seem to have gone beyond the Smishing attack. They are now plotting Android banking malware using spoofed SMS message and they are using the rogue cell phone towers to accomplish this. According to the security researchers at Check Point Software Technologies, the…

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How to Force ‘OK Google’ Hotword Detection to work when the Screen is Off on any Device [Root]

How to Force ‘OK Google’ Hotword Detection to work when the Screen is Off on any Device [Root]: Hotword Detection is a wonderful feature that was first introduced by Moto X in 2013. Soon, many more brands offered this feature into the upcoming models. Hotword Detection is an exciting feature that allows you control Google…

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How To Protect Your PC From Ransomware

How To Protect Your PC From Ransomware: Our personal computers and laptops have become an integral part of our lives where we store all the precious data. Technological advancements have ensured that almost every laptop or computer is now connected to each other via the internet. However, the growth of internet connectivity has also made…

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5 Quick Tips to Spot Scam Messages on WhatsApp

Beware The Scammers! Here we are going to tell you 5 quick tips to spot scam messages on WhatsApp. There is no such thing as free lunch. Don’t be greedy. It’s just a scam message on your WhatsApp, the mobile application topping the list of hackers. You just need to beat the itch to click…

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WhatsApp Denies “Backdoor” Claim That Might Allow Snooping On Encrypted Messages

WhatsApp Denies “Backdoor” Claim That Might Allow Snooping On Encrypted Messages: The Guardian reported a security vulnerability in Facebook-owned WhatsApp’s as ‘backdoor’ that could allow interception of the messages. Which means anyone including government can read your messages without you even knowing about it. Which is why their headline- “WhatsApp backdoor allows snooping on encrypted messages.”…

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Google Issues Supplemental Android Patch for Dirty COW Linux Security Hole

Google Issues Supplemental Android Patch for Dirty COW Linux Security Hole: Dirty COW is a security vulnerability which affects the Linux operating system and helps to copy-on-write (COW) and uses all the data from the system including certain Android devices. A supplemental patch for Dirty COW Linux has been released by Google and is now…

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iPhone Had A Secret One-Handed Keyboard But Apparently You Never Knew About

iPhone Had A Secret One-Handed Keyboard But Apparently You Never Knew About: Have you ever wondered if there was mobile on which you could type messages and emails using one hand only? On big size display smartphones, the typing with one hand becomes even more difficult and the same difficulty is faced by handicapped from one hand….

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A USB Stick That Will Fry Your Laptop Within Seconds: Watch This Killer USB In Effect

A USB that will fry your laptop: Beware not all the pen drives are good, according to the recent discovery and called the Killer USB sticks that can destroy your PC within seconds. This USB is being created by Russian Security researcher know as Dark Purple, which will fry your laptops, PCs and even TVs within seconds. This new…

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HummingBad malware infects 10 million Android devices, millions more at risk- here’s how to protect yourself

A new malware has infected millions of devices which is being known as HummingBad is believed to be associated with Chinese cyber criminals Yingmob. 10 million of Android devices have been infected globally by the HummingBad malware, according to mobile threat researchers from Check Point, a cyber security solutions provider. What is HummingBad Malware? HummingBad malware injects infected…

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