Google Ads: The Latest Platform For Hackers To Spread Malware-Ridden Software
One of the latest methods being used is the exploitation of Google Ads to spread malware-riddled versions of popular software.
Irish DPC Fines WhatsApp €5.5 Million For GDPR Violation
The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined WhatsApp Ireland €5.5 million for breaches of the GDPR relating to its service.
Exploits Releases For Two Galaxy App Store Vulnerabilities
Last December, security researchers from the NCC Group discovered two vulnerabilities in Galaxy App Store which can let an attacker install any application available on the Galaxy App Store without the user’s knowledge or direct victims to malicious websites.
How To Connect Mobile Internet To Your PC Via Tethering
Tethering is the process of sharing your mobile phone’s internet connection with another device, such as a PC, laptop or tablet, using a USB cable.
The Pros And Cons of Online Dating
If you decide to go on a date with a person you meet through a dating app, approach it the same way you would meet up with any stranger. Always meet in a public place, and tell a trusted friend or family member when and where you’re going. If things get uncomfortable, don’t hesitate to end the date early and stop communicating with that person.
How To Protect Yourself From Tech Support Scams
One common tactic used by tech support scammers is to send unsolicited pop-up messages or make unsolicited phone calls claiming to be from tech support. These messages often contain alarming language, such as “Your computer is infected with a virus!” or “Your computer has a security problem!” in an attempt to scare people into thinking they need to take immediate action.
Hackers Exploiting ChatGPT To Write Malicious Codes To Steal Your Data
Artificial intelligence (AI)-driven ChatGPT, which gives human-like answers to questions, is also being used by cybercriminals to develop malicious tools that can steal your data, a report has warned.
Bitdefender Releases Free Megacortex Ransomware Decryptor
Romanian cybersecurity company Bitdefender has released a free decryptor for the MegaCortex ransomware. The MegaCortex ransomware first appeared in January 2019 with a few interesting attributes, including the use of a signed executable as part of the payload, and an offer of security consulting services…
Why Do Exes Always Seem to Come Back?
You had a breakup, went through the required grieving process, and are finally ready to move on. But all of a sudden, your ex is texting you again and before you know it, they express how they want to be back in your life. This happens often. So, why do exes come back?
LockBit Ransomware Gang Releases Free Decryptor For SickKids Hospital
The LockBit ransomware gang has released a free decryptor for the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids).
The 19 Best Dating Apps for 2023
These are some of the top dating apps of 2023—whether you’re searching for a serious relationship, a casual hookup, or even a partner who likes bacon cooked the same way you do. These days, there’s a dating app for just about every interest and relationship type. All that’s left is finding the right match.
How To Scan, Clean & Remove A Virus From Your Android Phone
Does my Android phone have a virus? Is it infected with malware or a malicious app? Will my personal information be held for ransom? If you find yourself asking these questions, then here is some useful information about Android devices and antivirus apps that may help you.
Is VPN The Best Way To Hide Your Data On The Internet?
A VPN is a virtual private network. It changes the traffic router from the IP server to other servers. So, it is impossible to detect where the information comes from. As a result, a user usually gets another IP address in the region close to their location. VPN providers can offer their services for free or for a certain fee.
EXIF Data: The Secret Info That Could Get You in Trouble
The amount of detail included in a photo’s EXIF data depends on the device used to capture an image. But in general, whether you take pictures with a pro-grade DSLR camera or a smartphone, the EXIF data behind your photos includes the precise GPS coordinates of where the photo was taken, in addition to the date and time. And that’s caught the attention of photographers and security consultants alike.