Google Chrome isn’t as simple as it looks. There are a lot more functionalities to it than it looks on the surface. In today’s article, we’’ discuss Chrome’s safe mode and how to enable it to ensure browsing security.
With so many social media apps, we are sharing too much of our personal lives online that it has become much easier for anyone to stalk, intimidate or track our private life.
We all turn to the internet nowadays whenever we want to buy a new product. It can be to research about the product, learn about its functionality or to see the pricing. What if you want a new iPhone and search on Google for it and suddenly a notification pops-up showing you a crazy good deal about a cheap iPhone.
Image recognition has quickly become everyone’s favorite technology lately. From technological companies to whole Governments, image recognition has become one of the most common ways to ensure safety and security. However, just like the case is with other technologies, image recognition is also vulnerable to cyber-attacks and can threaten your personal reputation and assets if misused by hackers or even agencies.
With the ever-increasing cybercrime rate, it is not viable to leave your data unprotected. Hackers are always on the look to find vulnerable prospects and steal their data to blackmail, bully or simply damage them. It is, therefore, necessary to be prepared for any such case. Encrypting your data is one such protection measure that can protect you well against hackers and other cybercriminals.
Riskware is a portmanteau of risk and software. It is implemented by making modifications to legitimate software tools that are designed by reputed companies and misused by hackers. The presence of a riskware in your device can end up damaging your device in the most unexpected and horrifying manner. Your device may slow down, heat up too often, or even shut down completely. It is also used to make unwanted modifications in your device.
Having a smartphone is just like having a whole plethora of personal information in your pocket. All the information about your health, finances, and personal life is recorded and stored in that little device known as a smartphone.
Yes, that’s true. Jeff Bezos, who is the owner and founder of Amazon (the largest e-commerce store on earth,) amazon prime, amazon cloud services, and Blue Origin, has been in the news lately due to his phone getting hacked. His phone was hacked through a seemingly innocuous video file sent