Category: Tech News

Tech News - 2021-07-21

What Is Pegasus Spyware And How Does It Work?

WhatsApp, deemed as the safest option for instant messaging, has been attacked by the Pegasus Israeli spyware. Many famous personalities from all around the world were targeted in the undercover mission. The Israelis have not confirmed the involvement yet but the Pegasus spyware is found to be the culprit. So, let’s find out all about…

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Tech News - 2021-07-15

How Can DMARC Help Against Spoofed Emails Containing Malware?

It is estimated that billions of emails are sent every day that are malicious or can be classified as phishing in nature. These emails are sent to lure people into visiting fake websites, contain malware in content, or are a part of a great scam that seems legitimate in the beginning. The frequency and quantity…

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Tech News - 2021-07-07

If Microsoft Can Be Tricked, How Safe Are We?

Microsoft has been in the news lately because of the Windows 11 announcement on June 24 this year. But that’s not the only reason why it has been a topic for discussion among people. There are a couple of other reasons like the many updates it has released along with the malware information that has…

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Cyber Security, Tech News - 2021-06-30

Anti-tracking Browsers To Protect Your Privacy

Cybercrime is at an all-time high and such trackers can give away a lot of information on users without their knowledge. So to curb this, many web browsers have come forward and showed the users that they can trust them. With the Anti-tracking features being developed in the latest iOS upgrade, Android is also incorporating…

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Tech News - 2021-06-29

(MWC 2021) Day 1 Highlights: Samsung Presents One UI Watch, Knox Vault & More

This year’s Mobile World Congress is already initiated on a promising note “Qualcomm revealing Snapdragon 888 Plus Processor” to power upcoming Android smartphones for an overall smooth experience. Yesterday, Samsung announced major upgrades related to its Galaxy ecosystem and its security platform Samsung Knox. The company also confirmed their partnership with Google to launch the…

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The Firefox logo isn’t a fox

It is a common misbelief that the furry creature in the Firefox logo is a fox thanks to its name. But it is rather a Red Panda.