It seems that Samsung’s update to Marshmallow for a few of the higher-end models have been causing users some grief. Although it doesn’t seem like a common issue, some people have been locked out of their device entirely.
After the Marshmallow update has finished installing, some people found that neither their fingerprint nor their password ... Read More »
Hate passwords? If so, you’ll probably love the new login method that Google is testing.
Reddit user Rohit (rp1226) recently received an invitation from Google to try a new method of signing in to his account. After enrolling in the Google Group and setting everything up, ... Read More »
LastPass is a program that securely saves all of your passwords to the cloud and lets you access them from anywhere. You won’t have to remember passwords for all your accounts; just install the LastPass app and it will provide them for you on your computer or mobile device.
Starting today, LastPass can be started for free ... Read More »
Indiana?!? Why is there a Windows machine with my account logged in in Indiana? Is there a friend there with a laptop I logged in on? I’m pretty sure I’ve NEVER been in Indiana? COULD MY ACCOUNT HAVE BEEN HACKED?!?
On Monday, Google began offering a new online security tool to help users and IT ... Read More »
Google is known for its two-step verification process that aims to help keep unwanted users from accessing user accounts. While it adds an extra layer of security to an account, two-step verification can be a little annoying since it requires the user to enter their login credentials as usual, then wait ... Read More »
The old Android Market is nice and cozy, but times change and so do Google’s services. While it may have a bit of a learning curve, the new Android Market is much more organized–in regards to books and movies, as well as apps. But is there room for improvement? Always!
Google has just started ... Read More »
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that some of the most widely used Android applications are putting users’ personal data at risk, based on research conducted by computer security firm viaForensics.
According to the viaForensics report, Foursquare, Netflix, LinkedIn and Square all store various forms of personal information in plain text form on ... Read More »
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