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The cops in China are using sunglasses with Facial recognition to track citizens

The Chinese police are arming up in style with tech-savvy gadgets. According to reports from local media, Railway police in Zhengzhou, a central Chinese city, is the first in the country to use facial...  Read More

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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...   Read More

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No Worries! Mobile Apps are Now Secured

If you are an avid WhatsApp user, you surely noticed the recent encryption disclaimer following one of your recently sent messages. But what does this notification actual...   Read More

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attacks Donald Trump’s rhetoric

Mark Zuckerberg has launched an implicit attack on Donald Trump, sharply criticising the Republican presidential front-runner’s rhetoric on immigration and trade by citing &l...   Read More

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Researchers say that attackers could use holes in Firefox add-ons to target your PC

Researchers from Northwestern University discover how an attacker could write a malicious Firefox add-on that takes advantage of security holes in other Firefox add-ons to do its b...   Read More

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Korean government announces a new policy to accelerate cloud computing in the country

Speaking at a cloud computing conference in Korea, the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning have announced that it will be running a number of initiatives to increase the a...   Read More

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Its impossobile to crack TeslaCrypt ransomware now, researchers say

The latest version of the TeslaCrypt ransomware has tidied up a weakness in previous versions that in some cases allowed victims to recover their files without paying a ransom. Whi...   Read More

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Facebook, Google and WhatsApp plan for a robust encryption of user data

Leading instant message service providing companies – including Facebook, Google and Snapchat– are working on their own increased privacy technology as Apple fight...   Read More

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Amazon’s move towards payment space, applies for e-wallet licence

Online shopping giant ‘Amazon’ in an aim to build its presence in the payments space has applied for a semi-closed wallet licence with the RBI. A central bank committee...   Read More

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Malware hijacks big four Australian bank’s apps, steals two-factor SMS codes

Millions of customers of Australia’s largest banks are the target of a sophisticated Android attack which steals banking details and thwarts two-factor authentication securit...   Read More

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Now Kaspersky Lets You Control Your Phone’s Antivirus via Your Smartwatch

Kaspersky Lab unveils a new version of Kaspersky Internet Security for Android that, in addition to offering improved performance, speed and protection quality, includes an option ...   Read More


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