Once upon a time, teddy bears were simple, cute, cuddly friends for youngsters. Today, the seemingly benign toys can talk, hold a conversation, and give away your personal information. 384 more words
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For years, tech gurus have pushed people to uninstall Flash. We have our reasons. Flash is slower than HTML5 for video and animations, it doesn't work on mobile devices, it's a battery hog, it wastes CPU and memory resources, and finally, it's very insecure. 356 more words
Earlier in July, A major security flaw in some Android devices would only require the attacker to have your cell phone number, according to security research firm Zimperium. 560 more words
Security researchers are warning iPhone users about a security flaw that may allow someone to bypass the passcode on their device.
The flaw, first reported over the weekend, can reportedly be exploited when a person types part of a code into the iPhone’s unlock screen, but then quickly activates Siri. 198 more words
Earlier this week there was a bit of fuss regarding Apple’s iOS apps and how some of them got infected by malware and still managed to sneak onto the iTunes App Store. 231 more words
It was distributed through non-Google app stores and is said to have affected 1.3 million devices globally.
A new type of malware, Ghost Push has been discovered which now said to have infected 1.3 million devices globally including 1,44,199 devices in India. 238 more words