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Increasing number of data breaches

17 million records were exposed in the malicious outsider attack on food delivery app Zomato making it one of the biggest global data breaches of 2017. If you are thinking that the year 2017 was ...  Read More

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New legislation by a U.S. lawmaker seek out to avert US voting systems from being hacked

In an effort to protect voting systems from hacking, amid fears that Russian cyber spies may be interfering with this year’s presidential election, two bills has been introdu...   Read More

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Mozilla to endow multi-process Firefox to more users slowly and steadily

One of the popular free and open-source web browsers Mozilla today upgraded Firefox to version 49, and said it is expanding the pool of users who receive the multiple process ...   Read More

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Mozilla to come up with JavaScript debugger as a part of tools transition plan

The most popular free and open-source web browser, Mozilla is providing a JavaScript debugger that can debug multiple targets and also can work in a standalone mode with its open s...   Read More

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Delhi High court says that WhatsApp does not have admittance to user data

The most popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp opposed a plea in Delhi High Court alleging that the privacy of its users has been threatened by a new policy announced by Face...   Read More

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Keeping Up with Business Needs and Devices

Shadow IT is a dreaded aspect of cyber security. It is a world in which employees use services such as their private computer or, say, an iPad, to do their work without having obta...   Read More

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Qualcomm reveals ‘5G New Radio (NR)’ a unique and innovative prototype testing system for 5G designs

The American multinational semiconductor company Qualcomm, has recently made an announcement of a new prototype and trial system for 5G connectivity, known as 5G New Radio (NR) pro...   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 g...   Read More

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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...   Read More

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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&rsquo...   Read More

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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 lat...   Read More


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