February 8, 2018
in this digital spy age

Why Privacy Matters in this Digital Spy Age

In today’s world, our personal information gets stored on all sorts of devices including phone, computer, entertainment system – and in paper with different organizations. Because […]
February 7, 2018
Roku Samsung Smart TVs Vulnerable to Hacking

Roku and Samsung Smart TVs are Vulnerable to Hacking

Smart TVs are entering into our lives just as overwhelmingly as did the smartphones. However, it is great that they have not yet invaded our lives […]
February 6, 2018
Qustodio Review

The Ultimate Qustodio Review that is Worth Your Time

The latest tech advancements have made gadgets accessible to everyone. In fact, having a high-end cellphone now is inevitable even for the kids. Though the benefits […]
February 6, 2018
nearly half of indians spy partner on social media

Almost 45% of Indians spy on social accounts of their partners, McAfee

In a recent study on understanding how people behave in the online space and the effects over real-life relationships, McAfee found out some exciting things about […]
February 5, 2018
Cell Phone Spy Software

What is the Cell Phone Spy Software and How it Works?

Living in the modern era of internet, you might have read the news about Spyware and how it is plaguing the users worldwide. Most of the […]
January 29, 2018
Facebook Reveals its Privacy Policies in Preparation for the GDPR

Facebook makes privacy effort with “privacy checkup” feature

Finally, Facebook is taking some serious steps to ensure the users’ privacy. But credit does not go to the company itself. They more likely have done […]
January 26, 2018
Lyft Employees Spying on its Customers including Mark Zuckerberg

Lyft Employees Spying on its Customers including Mark Zuckerberg

Do you think Uber is the only ride-sharing app that does sketchy things? Lyft’s employees took their jobs a little too seriously, too. Or maybe not […]
January 25, 2018
Uber Downplays Security Breach That Let Hackers Override Their Two-Factor Authentication System

Uber Ignores Security Bug that enables Hackers to bypass their 2FA

Recently, a security researcher found a security bug in Uber’s two-factor-authentication system. This flaw could allow hackers to infiltrate users’ accounts with ease. Uber’s only comment […]
January 25, 2018
NSA Voice Recognition Technology

Blanket Surveillance, NSA voice recognition: Echo and Home Safe?

All the surveillance these days come from George Orwell’s 1984 logical extension. From churning out the propaganda to telescreens spying, everything – and surely are violating […]