Google Adopts More Internet Content Filtering

We all want a complete safety while we are online. The search engine giant Google is always vigilant about the online security of its users. In the past Google adopted the internet content filtering policy to protect vital information. Google made sure that the critical personal information will not appear in the search results. This

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What Are Pokemon Go Hacking Risks?

A while ago, Nintendo released a mobile game called Pokemon Go, which immediately attracted a lot of attention worldwide. After Pokemon Go, Nintendo’s shares and sales rates surged through the roof. The app was mainly released for Apple and Android users. It overnight became one of the most popular games in the app stores. However,

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Facebook And Google Face A $100 Million Phishing Attack

With almost everyone becoming internet savvy, internet security has become a major cause of concern. The internet security is of utmost importance to everyone as the data are extremely vulnerable in today’s world. We hear news related to phishing, frauds and other problems. These issues not only plague common people, they target big corporate as

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Which Search Engines Collect The Most Data From You

Search engines can provide uncanny results tailored to your very person. How they do it may leave you at risk, read on to find out how to prevent data collection. Searching For The Best Search Engine Search engines, they’re great. They are the road map to the Internet and after your router and ISP are

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The world map of most visited sites

The Internet is vast, there are millions of websites, the battle for ranking is huge. Who are the winners and losers, which are the world’s most visited websites. The Internet’s Most Visited Websites The Internet is vast. It is made up of tens of millions of devices, millions of websites and servers and of course,

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How Hackers Bypassed Google’s 2-Step Authentication

When it comes to keeping your passwords, and the associated accounts, safe, there are many factors to consider. Not choosing obvious passwords such as family names or favourite things, and by including numbers and symbols all help to secure them from being hacked. But one method which has been adopted by many websites and services

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Can U.S. Internet giants be allied to the FBI to spy on foreigners?

According to the Washington Post and the Guardian, the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) and the FBI have access to the servers of nine U.S. Internet giants, including Microsoft, Yahoo!, Google and Facebook so as to monitor what foreign web users are doing. This of course has been denied by the IT groups concerned. This

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Samsung and Huawei Fingerprint Scanners Hacked By Printer

Fingerprint scanners on phones were supposed to herald in a new age of security, replacing password entries. But the new technology took a step backwards as it was found that Samsung and Huawei fingerprint scanners hacked by printer. Researchers from Michigan State University found that by using simple methods, involving an off the shelf inkjet printer

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Google Can Remotely Unlock Your Smartphone

It has been revealed by a District Attorney that Google can remotely unlock your smartphone, along with Apple, if they had to. In a court case in New York, the revelation came as it was announced that if a court order has been issued then as long as the device has not been encrypted, law

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Affected by Numerous Bugs

Google have announced that their specialist team of security experts have found that the latest offering from Samsung is far from secure as the Samsung Galaxy S6 affected by numerous bugs. As what is standard practice for Google and their Project Zero security team when they test new hardware for errors. When they began testing the

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