Facebook has unveiled a new profile photo guard in a bid to prevent the wanton theft of its user’s profile pictures for fraudulent purposes.
A series of documents leaked by WikiLeaks has revealed the CIA’s arsenal of hacking tools which have been used to access smart devices.
Dropbox has made a string of important announcements over the past week. The company introduced new products and services – like Mailbox for Apple and Android as well as their much talked about Carousel app. And most people were really happy and excited about these announcements. The one thing that […]
The Blackphone is the first personal communication device to bring privacy and security to the mass-market. Born through a joint venture between secure communication company Silent Circle and specialist smartphone manufacturer Geeksphone.
Facebook has disclosed some important information that could cause a massive uproar from the site‘s 1.1 billion users. In a unfortunate turn of events, Facebook has unintentionally exposed the phone numbers and email addresses of over 6 million users to unauthorized viewers. Being the largest social networking site in the world, Facebook […]
POPI (the Protection of Personal Information Bill) has been a difficult subject for most corporates living in the age of cloud computing. Corporates using offshore data centres to store customer or employee-related personal information need not fear that this will be totally prohibited once the POPI becomes law. Although POPI prohibits […]
About a week ago a big storm erupted because it was discovered that certain apps (like Path) could access the iPhone address book, and then also send that address book details to a server to be stored. While everyone was focussing on the offending companies like Path and Twitter, the […]