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Samsung announces second-gen Security Element S3FV9RR security chip

Smartphones have become an integral part of our life, which we use for many aspects of our life. And in the process, we trust...

Hack an Android phone and win $200,000 from Google

Google has announced a hacking contest, Project Zero offering a $200,000 first prize to vulnerability hunters around the world if they can find a way...

The Voyager Smart Wallet: Never lose your wallet or phone again

How often have you lost or left behind your wallet at restaurants, halls, classrooms, parks or anywhere else? This has happened a lot to...
Google Fitbit acquisition

Google, Fitbit and the dustbin: A strange but plausible relationship?

Google and user data privacy doesn’t really go hand to hand. Most of us are aware of what Google is capable of doing with...

Researchers say heartbeat can be used to unlock data

A patient’s own heartbeat could be used to secure their personal data, according to researchers at Binghamton State University, New York. This report comes...

CES: Protect your devices with the Norton Core Router

You might have heard the terms Internet of things (IoT), botnet and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) quite a few times last year. And...
DataSpii leaks | vulnerable chrome extensions add-ons

Love Chrome add-ons? Here are 8 extensions you need to uninstall today

Browser Extensions, to those who use them, are really something else. If you know the right extensions, they can open your browser to another...
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Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2018 edition launched in Nepal

At a time when personal computers and smartphones are getting vulnerable as ever, there is a need for a proper protection against all these...

Is Google Play tracking you?

Security Researcher Mustafa Al-Bassam from London after entering McDonald’s, his Android phone prompted him to download the fast-food chain’s mobile app. After the incident, he checked...
Free, public wifi are not safe - How to be safe on public wifi network

Free, Public Wifi is Not Safe! What can you do?

You can find free Wifi in most of the public places these days. Cafés, Restaurants, Hospitals and even public Buses let you use Wifi....