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Google Chrome soon to fetch integral ad-blocker

The giant ‘Google’ is planning to break down on unnecessary ads, which areregarded as bad by users, even if they come from Google Ads. And to make certain that user don't see these bad ads... Read More >>

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Unfortunately, India is among the top 5 ransomware threatened countries

India is among the top five countries in the world to be attacked by ransomware malware that forces its victims to pay a ransom through certain online payment methods in order to grant access to their [....]

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The malware alert: ‘Dubbed Godless’ can root your phone and install unwanted programs

‘Dubbed Godless’, a new type of malware has been originated in legitimate-looking apps that can “root” users phone and secretly put in unwanted programs. So, it’s high ti [....]

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Qualcomm to wait longer for LTE-U product test results

Qualcomm appears to be frustrated due to the delay in tests for the co-existence of the LTE-U technology and Wi-Fi. The new and emerging technology that improves the customer’s experience by enh [....]

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Google Announces $50,000 for One Who Finds Hole in Android Security

Google started its Android Security Rewards program in June 2015, awarding money to researchers finding vulnerabilities in Android as well as Nexus phones and tablets. One year later, the company post [....]

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Twitter accounts at stake with leakage of 32 million Twitter passwords

Happens to be a major leak till now, Twitter accounts are at stake. Reports claim that around 32 million Twitter accounts have been compromised. The incident and the news comes from a rather odd sourc [....]

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Microsoft launches its Cyber Security Engagement Center (CSEC) in India with an aim to fight cybercrime

Tech giant Microsoft has announced the opening of its Cyber Security Engagement Center (CSEC) in Gurgaon, India. The much awaited and acclaimed center aims to drive public-private partnerships to figh [....]

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Microsoft Cyber Security in Attention Mode

Microsoft has announced plans to crack down on terrorist content, perhaps in response to the Obama administration’s intense effort to get Silicon Valley’s help in preventing organizations [....]

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Volotea choose Ideagen’s Q-Pulse software to enhance aviation safety management

Aviation safety management specialists, Ideagen is to provide Volotea, the airline of mid and small-sized European cities, with its safety management software, Q-Pulse. Volotea will implement the new [....]

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The UK’s Mobile Banking Tightrope: 98% of British Consumers are Happy with their Mobile Banking Service

But Nearly 1 in 3 Would Consider Changing Banks After a Bad Mobile Experience  A consumer survey conducted by leading mobile commerce analyst firm Juniper Research has found near universal [....]

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Pirate Bay is now an outlaw; blocked by all top search engines

Users of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox who visited popular torrent site The Pirate Bay recently were greeted with a malware warning, just like the one Kickass Torrents visitors saw last month and [....]

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