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Last Updated: Apr 25, 2020
It is important to pay close attention to your online accounts, as you never know when they would be compromised. This is especially through for bank accounts or those that have payment methods linked directly to it. Take the recently announced case, where Nintendo revealed that 160000 accounts were hacked into.
Last Updated: Apr 23, 2020
Google recently weighed in online via Mark Risher, Senior Director for Account Security, Identity, and Abuse about the current online security COVID-19 situation. On Google’s side, Google Meet, GMail and Google Play Protect for example have mostly built-in automatic protections but there are a number of checkup tools to see if you’re safe or not and the advice on what to do about it. On our part, we’ve seen a marked increase in such scams.
Last Updated: Apr 07, 2020
As Zoom continues to rise in popularity, so as getting into trouble with some controversial matters. First, it was reported that Zoom were sending your app data to Facebook without your permission, then some hackers were hacking into people's meeting broadcasting porn and shocking videos. With this, some schools are beginning to step away from Zoom and have banned the video call app.
Last Updated: Aug 19, 2019
The hackers are at it again. A weakness in the Bluetooth wireless standard have allowed hackers to be able to steal data from your devices wirelessly. Hackers can easily track keystrokes, contact lists as well as other sensitive data from devices through this method.