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  • How to Install a Keylogger on Someone’s Smartphone

    March 26, 2019 • General, SponsoredComments Off on How to Install a Keylogger on Someone’s Smartphone

    If you want to find someone’s password, then you need to install a keylogger on their device. Following, we are going to explain how you can do it by offering you four effective solutions. We are recommending the top of the line apps including Cocospy....

  • Facebook stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of passwords in plaintext

    March 22, 2019 • Online & Social, Top StoriesComments Off on Facebook stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of passwords in plaintext

    Go change your Facebook password right now because it could be compromised. The social media company admitted in a blog post on Thursday that it has stored “hundreds of millions” of account passwords in plaintext for years. This essentially left passwords...

  • New Year's resolutions: Get your passwords shipshape

    New Year’s resolutions: Get your passwords shipshape

    January 14, 2019 • SecurityComments Off on New Year’s resolutions: Get your passwords shipshape

    Many of us entered 2019 with a boatload of New Year’s resolutions. Doing more exercise, fixing unhealthy eating habits and saving more money are all highly respectable goals in their own right, but could it be that they don’t go far enough in an era with...

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    How to protect your PC system from viruses

    September 3, 2017 • East Africa, Lists, North Africa, Security, Southern Africa, Top Stories, West AfricaComments Off on How to protect your PC system from viruses

    Virus threats have always been around the cyber community affecting not only their security but causing data loss as well. Virus threats in the form of ransomware, spyware, adware, Trojans, phishing attempts and much more have caused a serious threat to users...

  • Bad Password Habits Persist Amongst Internet Users

    January 10, 2017 • General, Online & Social, Security, Top StoriesComments Off on Bad Password Habits Persist Amongst Internet Users

    Kaspersky Lab Survey Show Users’ Bad Password Habits Internet users around the world are still to find a way to protect themselves effectively through their use of passwords. Research from Kaspersky Lab has revealed that people are putting their online...

  • Understanding Dictionary Attacks

    February 4, 2016 • SecurityComments Off on Understanding Dictionary Attacks

    All is quiet in the library. As sleepy hours of research linger on, suddenly, out of nowhere, a rabid librarian appears. With a blood curdling scream, wielding a large dictionary, she bears down on you like a speeding bullet. In the moments that follow you...

  • 50% of adults send, receive sexual content- Mcafee

    March 11, 2014 • Security, Top StoriesComments Off on 50% of adults send, receive sexual content- Mcafee

    McAfee released the findings from its 2014 Love, Relationships & Technology survey, and found that almost half of all adults send or receive sexually suggestive content, and 38% have shared passwords. For a second year in a row, the security experts...

  • Kickstarter confirms security breach

    February 17, 2014 • Online & Social, StartupsComments Off on Kickstarter confirms security breach

    Crowd-funding platform Kickstarter over the weekend confirmed that the platform suffered a security breach last week, but reiterated that no credit card data of any kind was accessed by hackers. Kickstarter is a funding platform for creative projects, and...

  • How unique is your LinkedIn password?

    June 11, 2012 • SecurityComments Off on How unique is your LinkedIn password?

    As news of the LinkedIn attacks started to spread around the world, users of the popular business portal rushed to quickly change their login passwords. As the 6.4-million password hashes got spread around Russian forums, Security firm Rapid7 released a list...

  • The world’s most used password — Trustwave

    March 5, 2012 • Security, Top StoriesComments (1)

    “Password1” is the world’s most used password, PCMag.com recently reported. Can you believe that? Trustwave, security and digital certificate authority, recently highlighted this logic as the biggest security threat in their Global Security...

  • SentryBay warns of social network phishing attacks

    July 25, 2011 • SecurityComments Off on SentryBay warns of social network phishing attacks

    Phishing attacks on social networks have escalated to unprecedented levels and Internet banking scams are increasing at an alarming rate. This is according to local software security specialists and SentryBay partner, J2 Software. According to research by SA...

  • Applied biometric identity management solutions

    July 4, 2011 • FeaturesComments Off on Applied biometric identity management solutions

    Investment in biometric-based technology to better protect resources is on the rise. Experts in the field of biometric identity management solutions say there is growing interest in the application of fingerprint identification systems, especially within the...