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Last Updated: Sep 18, 2020
Based on a report by wabetainfo.com, it seems that Facebook could be working on a new WhatsApp feature where the user will be required to scan their fingerprint in order to log in to WhatsApp Web. With that said, this means that WhatsApp web would not only be more secure, but it will also notify the user if an unauthorized login were to occur.
Last Updated: Jul 08, 2020
Frequent users of WhatsApp Web on the desktop will be pleased to know that the website finally supports dark mode. In order to turn on the feature, simply log into your account on WhatsApp web, click on Menu (the three dots on the right of your profile picture) and select “Settings”.
Last Updated: Jun 04, 2020
It seems that the Microsoft Edge web browser will be automatically be downloaded and installed onto any PCs that are running on Windows 10. In order to have the web browser automatically installed onto your computer, all you need to do is update your Windows software to the latest version.
Last Updated: Apr 14, 2020
Based on an article by bleepingcomputer.com, it seems that more than 500000 zoom accounts containing several private information including email address and password was sold on the dark web not too long ago. The source mentioned that the accounts sold were priced at USD0.002(~RM0.0087) each, for a grand total of around USD1000(~RM4350) for the whole bulk.
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2016If you are waiting for your chance to check out the Amazon-exclusive The Grand Tour show, your chance is here now. Amazon has rolled out their Amazon Prime Video service worldwide (including Malaysia), so if you are looking to check a new video streaming service out, it is now available on your mobile or on the web.