After the horrid attacks in San Bernardino, California, the last thing that we thought would be an issue is getting information from the terrorist’s iPhone. However, the ethics in retrieve the data came with a widespread potential to affect anyone with an Apple device, further intruding on your privacy.
The world we live in today has become less private thanks to advances in technology. If you want to see where someone went on their honeymoon look no further than their Instagram page. People even post their personal thoughts on Facebook. Now, the little privacy that users do have thanks to the multiple encryption services offered might be in jeopardy…
Mobile privacy isn’t getting any easier for consumers and well, everyday citizens. Just when you thought you’ve heard of all the possible devices that could be used to spy on mobile devices, another rears it’s ugly head. A new report states that the Anaheim Police Department has been using “Dirtboxes,” which are planes mounted with “stingrays.”
Surfing the web or checking you social media accounts like Twitter and Facebook can come with a pretty annoying result for iPhone users. Some troublesome accounts on social media are using a masked link to “crashsafari.com,” in order to lure users to a site specifically designed to crash iPhones and iPads.
The developers and researchers over at Apple have found a fix for a pretty dangerous hack. Yesterday, the company issued the iOS 9.2.1 update for Apple devices and one of the best aspects would have to be the fact that the update gives you extra security against hackers.
It’s undeniable that while the majority of web browsing is being conducted via mobile devices. That can only mean that optimizing your business’ site for mobile browsing is the way to ensure more of a presence and chance of getting your name out there. Tech Co lists a few steps in doing so for small business owners and their developers/designers.
What if you could change the way some of the “smart objects” or “smart appliances” work in your home? An MIT researcher by the name of Valentine Heun wants to make sure that all of the fun you have in purchasing a smart object isn’t expensed after opening it up and setting it up. He is working to develop a…
We’ve all been in the position where we are reaching for our cellphones and it’s just not there. You took your eyes away from it for one minute and now it’s gone. Your photos, videos and other personal information is now in the hands of someone else, however, CNET outlines security steps that could save your information and keep it…
Following the three arrests in the TalkTalk hack, a second UK mobile network Vodafone, has alerted their customers of a hack.
Tor has created an app that will help users maintain anonymity through encryption of the contents being shared from one user to another. The company specializes in anonymity and is now giving users a chance to avoid being spied on or have their devices and personal information hacked.