6 Email Security Tips To Protect You From Getting Hacked


Most times, email is the preferred choice for hacker(s), breaching your account or compromising the data in it. The New York Times breach, where hackers targeted emails of journalists for vital information, as well as the iCloud leak, bringing personal images of celebrities to you – was initially done via phishing emails. However, there are simple and […]

Edward Snowden Says NSA Leaks Are A Warning To The United States


Almost a week has passed since the Shadow Group bombarded the world with the news of NSA’s lethal hacking weapons. Many people spoke about it, but one man in particular, got everyone’s attention. According to Edward Snowden, this leak will hit hard at the United States government. According to many experts, the tools used in the hack was more than […]

WhatsApp Now Shares Your Personal Data With Facebook – Heres How To Stop It


To help you find friends and improve your Facebook ads and product experiences, the world’s most popular instant messaging app is going to share your personal information – including your phone number and your contact list – with its parent company, Facebook. According to the new invasive terms and conditions, as part of the biggest […]

Several Hotels Payment Systems Hacked With Customer Details Stolen

Major hotels such as Marriott, Hyatt, Westin, HEI Hotels and many more, in many parts of the country, informed their customers that their debit or credit cards information may have been compromised. HEI Hotels stated that individuals got into their systems; installing a malicious code on their systems as it was programmed to capture payments going through […]

Google Transparency Adds Youtube With 97% Of All Connections Secure

Earlier this year, on March the 15th, Google added a new segment to its Transparency Reporting on HTTPS connections. The new reports included additional data that focused on the secure connections between users and Google’s own websites and web services. At the time of launch, Google’s reports were only showing data for Gmail, Maps, Drive, […]

Mobile Advertising Company ‘InMobi’ Fined $950,000 For Using WI-FI Signals To Secretly Track Phone Users


An Indian-based multinational mobile advertising company, Inmobi, has agreed to pay a fine of $950,000 to the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for using Wi-Fi signals to secretly track phone users in the country, obtaining their locations for adverts on their mobile phones. InMobi was founded in 2007. The company has financial support from the […]