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Malware Attacks Targeting Hugo Chavez’s Death

Rumors of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s death were rampant on the news and Internet over the past month, and last Tuesday, the Venezuelan Vice President confirmed that Chavez died after a two year battle with cancer. Chavez’s death has…

Phishers Target Myanmar with Wut Hmone Shwe Yee

Contributor: Avdhoot Patil
Phishers have already made their mark in Southeast Asia by targeting Indonesians. For the past couple of years, celebrities have been their key interest in the region. Aura Kasih and Ahmad Dhani are good examples. In March 20…

More Than 30% of People Don’t Password Protect Their Mobile Devices

Are you guilty as charged? Whenever I bring this up in a group setting, it astonishes me how many people raise their hands. I wonder if they realize that they are putting all the personal information contained on their mobile device at risk. The unfortunate reality is that everyone loses things, and our devices can Read more…

MWC 2013: What’s the Hot Ticket?

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Mobile World Congress, or MWC to the veterans, has arrived once again. We’ve been busy preparing for this event for the past couple of months, and now that we’re here, we’re faced with sleep deprivation, increased caffeine intake, and indecision as to whether or not we’ll need a sweater in the confusing Barcelona climate.  Nevertheless, Read more…

Risky Mobile Applications Plague Users

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Once you own a smartphone or tablet, you are not likely to give it up. But it is essential that you can understand where the risks are and steer around them as you enjoy your mobile digital life. With the growth in mobile exploding, it is only natural for cybercriminals to move towards that device Read more…

Get Smart?Lock Down Your Apps

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Apps are what make smartphones smart. Without apps, smartphones would just be regular feature phones. Apps are what make our smartphones into our most personal computers. And like our computers, we need to protect our smartphones and apps. Some of the most commonly used apps on the Android platform such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Gmail Read more…

What’s on Your Phone? A Lot More than You Realize.

It’s funny to me that when having conversations about technology people still don’t see the parallel between their smartphone and their computer. Today, smartphone are connected to the Internet and have much of the same information as the personal computer, if not more. Now Androids and other smartphones have become little mini handheld computers. Carriers Read more…

Online Shopping – How To Avoid The Bad So You Can Enjoy The Good!

There is a very big part of me that truly believes online shopping was created in heaven for busy parents. I mean, what is not to love? No carpark wars, ridiculous register queues or sweaty scrambles to secure that ‘must have’ Xbox game. It really is the best Christmas present ever! And it seems more Read more…

How To Prevent Your Emails Being Hacked

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I have a fabulous friend called Rebecca*. Not only is she smart and clever but she is all class. Now, I had thought that I knew this friend particularly well but when I started receiving emails from her regarding a certain part of the male body that could be enlarged and promising ‘staying power’, I Read more…