PureVPN has been an established player in the Virtual Private Network space since 2007 and presently serves more than one million customers. I wouldn’t normally lead off an app review with a description of the company, but when one of the primary functions of the app is to protect your privacy, the fact that they have ... 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 »
BlackBerry announced today a new partnership with mobile giant Samsung that aims to offer a new totally integrated end-to-end security offering for Android. By combining Samsung’s Knox software with BlackBerry’s BES12 cross-platform enterprise mobile management service, the two companies are hoping to bring top of the line security to Android.
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The Android team took to their blog today to highlight new security features found in Android 5.0 Lollipop and as the headline says to tout the leaps and bounds taken with security in Lollipop.
Keep it on lock down
Their first recommendation, and one that we heartily agree with, is that everyone should ... Read More »
The Blackphone, a smartphone centered around privacy and security, will soon be joined by a companion. The creator of the Blackphone, Silent Circle, has confirmed that they’re currently working to create a private and secure tablet. In a statement to BBC, Jon Callas, the co-founder of Silent Circle, said about the company ... Read More »
AT&T has issued an apology today after revealing that personal information of AT&T customers has been improperly accessed by an employee of the company.
According to AT&T, the data accessed includes Social Security number information among other data. In its apology for the breach, AT&T has said it is working to contact affected customers individually ... Read More »
In a world where government snooping is becoming normal, companies are finding new ways to combat the invasion of privacy. One of the simplest ways to do this is by offering encryption for the contents of a device. Google has been offering encryption on some Android devices since 2011, but it’s always been shut off ... Read More »
As smartphones continue to grow into the world’s leading computing platform, online security and malware on Android have become issues some users are forced to face. If you’re looking for a complete solution to managing your device, your privacy and your online security, look no further than Trustlook Antivirus and Security.
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Security is a big issue in this day and age. We have personal information in a lot of different places, and if we’re not careful it can easily get into the wrong hands. This extends beyond just photos that were meant for just you and your significant other. It’s not hard to imagine it being ... Read More »
Security concerns are at some of the highest levels in history thanks to things like the NSA’s surveillance. Out of that, the security-centric Blackphone was born. Blackphone is a decent Android smartphone that’s all about privacy. After the Blackphone was announced, the initial inventory sold out quite quickly. Now the phone is shipping out to ... Read More »