How to Automatically Create Strong Passwords in iOS 13 screenshot

How to Automatically Create Strong Passwords in iOS 13

iOS 13 a bunch of new features, tools, and gimmicks that make password management on iPhone and iPad as easy as pie. For example, there's a new password auto-fill option that appears on every login page. You can share... Read more

October 31, 2019
How to Disable and Clear Autofill Data Saved on Google Chrome screenshot

How to Disable and Clear Autofill Data Saved on Google Chrome

“Knowledge is power” is not a new axiom, but although it originated in ancient times nowadays, it seems to be more pertinent than ever. The basic principle is broadly formulated to include a variety of hypothetical –... Read more

October 30, 2019
How to Differentiate the Fake Password Reset Email from the Real One screenshot

How to Differentiate the Fake Password Reset Email from the Real One

Phishing emails, which are unwanted messages that look like legitimate emails and prompt you to change your password to an online account, are one of the most common types of online scams out there. According to the... Read more

October 29, 2019
Is There Anything Holy Left in This World? A Security Flaw Is Found in a New Smart Rosary screenshot

Is There Anything Holy Left in This World? A Security Flaw Is Found in a New Smart Rosary

In what some would consider a strange attempt to get more people interested in religion, the Catholic Church announced last week that it's launching a brand new smart rosary. The device costs a little over $100, and... Read more

October 23, 2019
What Are Parental Controls and How to Set Them Up screenshot

What Are Parental Controls and How to Set Them Up

"Parental controls" is a catch-all term encompassing a variety of methods of blocking inadvertent access of individual accounts to inappropriate websites. There are many ways to achieve this, including measures such... Read more

October 22, 2019
Hackers Employed Google Home and Amazon Alexa to Eavesdrop and Record Passwords screenshot

Hackers Employed Google Home and Amazon Alexa to Eavesdrop and Record Passwords

Start a discussion on the privacy implications of owning a smart speaker like Amazon's Alexa or Google's Home, and you are likely to see two well-defined groups of people form almost immediately. The first one will... Read more

October 22, 2019
How to Delete Incorrect Autofill Entries on Google Chrome screenshot

How to Delete Incorrect Autofill Entries on Google Chrome

If you're a Chrome web browser user, it's more than likely that you will encounter Chrome autofill suggestions for assorted forms and text entry points. In some cases, those autofill suggestions are good, but in... Read more

October 22, 2019
Meet Smominru, a Dangerous Malware That Could Try to Steal Your Credentials screenshot

Meet Smominru, a Dangerous Malware That Could Try to Steal Your Credentials

You could say that the Smominru worm isn't the most widely known cyber threat out there. It has indeed attracted some attention, mostly from cybersecurity experts, but overall, it hasn't been mentioned in the news as... Read more

October 9, 2019
Hackers Employ the Telkom Network to Set up a Fake Citibank Website to Extract Login Data screenshot

Hackers Employ the Telkom Network to Set up a Fake Citibank Website to Extract Login Data

Last week, South African IT news outlet MyBroadband was alerted of a compromised website that was stealing login credentials from Citibank customers. The website's domain is naphotography[.]co[.]za, and it's owned by... Read more

October 9, 2019
If a Bank Sends You Your Passwords via a Text Message, This Android Trojan Could Steal Them screenshot

If a Bank Sends You Your Passwords via a Text Message, This Android Trojan Could Steal Them

Do you still think that a successful malware operation depends on talented hackers creating a bespoke piece of malware that can keep security researchers and law enforcement agencies off the scent? You might want to... Read more

October 4, 2019
Personal Data of 20M Russian Tax Payers Was Exposed, but a Data Breach Has Not Been Confirmed Yet screenshot

Personal Data of 20M Russian Tax Payers Was Exposed, but a Data Breach Has Not Been Confirmed Yet

Someone made a basic configuration mistake, and because of this, millions of Russian citizens now have a very good reason to be concerned. As you might have guessed already, that someone put people's data in a server... Read more

October 4, 2019
How to Unlock OnePlus 5 Screen via Facial Recognition screenshot

How to Unlock OnePlus 5 Screen via Facial Recognition

Modern technology sure is something special, isn't it? A decade ago, we had to rely on just passwords, passcodes, patterns, and PIN, which could be hacked or guessed. Biometrics like fingerprints have been implemented... Read more

October 4, 2019
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