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The privacy risks of pre-installed software on Android devices

 Many pre-installed apps facilitate access to privileged data and resources, without the average user being aware of their presence or being able to uninstall them.On the one hand, the permission

Software

MysteryBot Deployed the Best Latest Overlay Attacks

By Julia Sowells – Senior Information Security Specialist at Hacker Combat, Banking Trojans successfully became the standard form of attack for cybercriminals who want easy money. They created various social

Hardware/Network

11 ways to hack 2FA

I love two-factor authentication (2FA), and I love being in IT when its merits are finally  appreciated and it is being deployed across a wide range of sites and services.

Cloud

On-premise vs cloud – which rates as more secure?

In a world increasingly driven by cloud-based digital transformation, cybersecurity remains a stubborn roadblock. Although organisations increasingly understand their responsibilities, they’ve yet to take advantage of the native and cloud-ready

Software

No-Brainer Strategies to Your Protect IT Infrastructure

According to a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, 90% of businesses that answered admitted to experiencing a security threat to their IT infrastructure and 46% of them

Cloud

The future of computer security is machine vs machine

Better security automation at the OS level and via cloud services will force hackers to respond in kind.A growing number of computer security thinkers, including myself, think that in the

Software

Is Adware Causing You Frustration? Here’s How To Get Rid Of It

It might not be quite as serious as ransomware but adware is nevertheless a cause of much frustration for computer owners everywhere. If you’re constantly being bombarded with pop-up ads

Industry Insights

A Beginner’s Guide to Cyber Security

Unfortunately, it has become critically important that we are vigilant when it comes to online security. Cyber crime has become so common that it is not just the global businesses

Software

Believe It: Cybersecurity is Getting Better, Not Worse

2017 has been a tough year from a cybersecurity stand point. We’ve seen some of the biggest hacks and data breaches ever, as well as one of the most devastating

Hardware/Network

Major chip flaws impact billions of devices

Two major flaws in computer chips could leave a huge number of computers and smartphones vulnerable to security concerns, researchers revealed Wednesday.The flaws could allow an attacker to read sensitive