Global piracy up 1.6% in 2017

People enjoy watching movies, TV shows and listening to the music online. This fascination for online entertainment has also led to increasing in piracy. Watching your favorite shows online is not a crime. However, it is always necessary to follow the rules. At the same time, people pick different methods to bypass these restrictions. However,

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Bitcoin Scam Worth $50 Million

No matter how technology evolves, there will always be swindlers waiting to steal money from investors. Ever since the Bitcoin first came into the market, it has been a target for cyber criminals. In some cases, cyber criminals will put up an ad on social media that allows you to get Bitcoin at a discounted

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UK: Computer System Breach Instances In Local Council

In recent times, the term VPN has emerged as a hot topic of discussion, especially in the IT sector. So what is it all about? VPN is the abbreviated version of the virtual private network. A VPN routes off the internet services you use to a different location, and helps you mask your IP address.

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Coincheck Lost Almost $500 Million In A Hack

Data theft is increasing day by day, with the growth in the use of cryptocurrency. According to recent news, a Tokyo based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck became a victim of a hack. It is obvious that financial institutions, including currency exchanges, opt for a great level of security. And if despite stringent security measures, Coincheck faces

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80% Of Online Fraud Involve Mobile Devices: Report

If you are following the latest news in the field of information technology, you’ll know that legalities and restrictions are trending for now. Now, why is that? There was a time when one can easily watch streaming content online or download films whenever they wanted. This is possible by means of proxy browsers or Kodi

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Information Security Watchdog Warns On Cyber-Attacks

With the availability of the internet at our fingertips, we tend to spend most of our time online. But how safe is it, really? Just like you can access any information you want online. In the same way, the hackers can access your information, anytime they want. Yes, the thought alone should be intimidating. Now

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Apple Issues Security Update For Safari And Webkit

The internet offers every bit of knowledge you can look for at your fingertips. On the other hand, it makes us extremely vulnerable as well. Think about it! Every time you use your card to buy something online, you are putting that information out. And hackers are always on the lookout for an opportunity, where

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John McAfee’s Twitter Account Hacked?

Your IT infrastructure calls for enhanced security, privacy, and customization. In the recent days, we have come across news where hackers install malware that logs your keystrokes. As a result, they easily hack your personal details- including banking and credit card details. That’s not it. You may also fall prey to cyber criminals who virtually

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Homekit Bug Allows Hackers To Unlock Your Smart Door

What if you secure your home with smart locks, and hackers gain access to unlock the door? Scary…. No! The same instance took place with Apple’s HomeKit smart home system. Due to a bug in iOS 11.2, a hacker can unlock users’ smart locks or other devices. The hacker can also gain control of other

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Mobile Internet Use On Rising in Southeast Asia

Amidst the growing number of online hacking attacks, it is vital to keep yourself secure. But do you know how vulnerable you become when you connect to a Wifi or hotspots in public places? Such connections are not very secure, and it is an open invitation to hackers. Through such insecure internet connection, hackers or

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