According to Apple, iMessage is secure and private. But why do China, Iran and Russia allow iMessage while they ban the others?
What if you notice some mysterious registration sign ups in your WordPress website? It may be a sign of hacker activity…
Today, I received this very suspicious LinkedIn InMail message from one of my friend. I smelled that something is quite off. It turned out that she lost $5k!
I have clients whose websites got hacked. Both lost HEAPS OF time and money to deal with it. How can you protect your website from hackers?
Security researchers found a very serious security hole in iOS/iPadOS’s Mail app. It is so bad that you don’t even have to view the email to get infected.
Recently, it has been reported that hackers claimed to have found critical security holes in the Windows and macOS version of Zoom. What do you need to do?
The Covid-19 pandemic has skyrocketed the popularity of Zoom. But there are growing concerns with its security. Is it safe?
Today, a cybersecurity researcher dropped an epic bomb on Apple’s iOS/iPadOS security. The headlines are very scary. Should you be worried?
Apple is going to release iOS 13 within days. Is your iPhone one of the 1 billion devices that is going to be vulnerable?
Yesterday, Financial Times broke the news of a very dangerous security hole in WhatsApp that will allow a very potent Israeli malware to be injected into your smartphone. How worried should you be?
Do you have an ASUS computer? You need to take action now!
Google discovered an actively exploited security hole in the core of the Windows 7 operating system that allows a hacker to bypass antivirus protections.
A hacker within 100m of your scooter can cause it to suddenly accelerate to full speed or brake. What can you do?
Here are our tips on setting up a multi-layered defence against ransomware.
You saw “facebook.com” with the padlock in the address bar. It can’t be a trick right?
Here’s what you need to do to check if your Android device is vulnerable.
Apple has just issued an update to iOS (version 12.1.4) and macOS (10.14.3 Supplemental) to fix the notorious FaceTime bug.
A researcher discovered a few security holes in a WiFi chip used in BILLIONS of devices/computers. The user merely have to turn on WiFi to get hacked.
As more people get wiser at detecting phishing attempts by looking at the web address bar, hackers have found a new way to fool people.