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Unencrypted websites? Chrome will mark it as ‘Not Secure'

Unencrypted websites? Chrome will mark it as ‘Not Secure'

Here’s the latest cybersecurity update for your Chrome browser. Google announced that from now on, it’ll be listing all unencrypted websites as “not secure” syncing with the re... Read more

Instagram Revamping: Features Against SIM Hacking and Privacy Issues

Instagram Revamping: Features Against SIM Hacking and Privacy Issues

Instagram, recently, has been working on features that strengthen the cybersecurity and privacy of the app users. The most important feature of it all is the two-factor authentication solution which w... Read more

Russia proposes joint Cybersecurity group

Russia proposes joint Cybersecurity group

Right at the Helsinki summit when controversy is reaching a new peak, Russian president, Vladimir Putin has proposed a new agenda that would have both USA and Russia working alongside for a better and... Read more

The Friday's indictments shut down Two prominent Twitter Accounts

The Friday's indictments shut down Two prominent Twitter Accounts

Twitter suspends two prominent accounts: Guccifer 2.0 and DC Leaks, the two accounts that were named in Friday’s investigation reports submitted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The Friday Rep... Read more

Chrome now has a Technology to Rectify Spectre

Chrome now has a Technology to Rectify Spectre

Google recently rolled out its new browser security feature for Chrome that will help with spectre attacks that are haunting the Chrome tabs. The feature is called Site Isolation; it enables Chrome to... Read more

Timehop app was hacked leading to revelation of users sensitive information

Timehop app was hacked leading to revelation of users sensitive information

Timehop – an app that resurfaces old posts from social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Dropbox, suffered a data breach on July 4th, the Independence Day, reveals the compan... Read more

A New Malware, 2.3 Million Cryptocurrency addresses at risk

A New Malware, 2.3 Million Cryptocurrency addresses at risk

A new malware has entered the fray to give cybersecurity a scare and it is called Cryptocurrency Clipboard hijackers. It has reportedly put 2.3 million crypto wallets in danger. The malware replaces t... Read more