Tag "Security"


Your Business Website is Hacked! How Can You Recover?

by May 10, 2014

It’s unfortunate, but data breaches are a common occurrence in today’s business climate. It’s not only wise, but it’s accurate to assume that your small to mid-sized business can get hit with a data breach in the very near future. While you


Top 5 Benefits of Offsite Document Storage

by April 28, 2014

Making the transition to an offsite document storage site has the potential to be a bit of a tough choice. As a father, putting my trust in one of the first storage companies that I used was a little like


Privacy Or Security In Mobile Tracking Laws

by November 29, 2013

Modern technologies have made it easier in many ways for law enforcement to do their job. Tracking down individuals is now possible through tracking the mobile phone, while conversations are routinely intercepted and filtered by intelligence systems and personnel. This


Try Kali Linux : The successor of BackTrack Linux

by March 15, 2013

You might aware of Back Track Linux which is considered as the best Linux OS for Security testing and hacking.Now its successor debian based Linux distribution called Kali Linux has been released by Offensive Security. As official website denotes the Kali Linux


Six Must-Have Android Jelly Bean Security Apps

by March 5, 2013

With hackers capitalizing on the loopholes in Android’s open source platform, there has been a huge increase in the exploits of Android phone users. While Android is a user-friendly mobile operating system that supports a range of devices, the mobile


5 Essential Tips to Ensure Your Phone is Secured

by September 21, 2012

image courtesy of gadgetcage.com We’ve been hearing a lot about mobile security on the news lately. With new malware and bugs being unleashed on the likes of Android and iOS, our smartphones need to be secured more than ever before. The


How to add encryption to Dropbox to Secure your Files

by August 31, 2012

After the recent Dropbox scare, when a programming error left every user of Dropbox compromised, their password-decrypted for four hours, and the recent compromise of financial data of a big firm, Dropbox is not as loved anymore as it once


Watch out for next generation malware

by June 7, 2012

Trojan, autorun.inf,.exe’s and many more malware have been haunting our pc’s from long back.But they do not have much impact when it comes to a military or industrial application. What happens when a virus becomes threat in such a domain


Next Generation CAPTCHAs – PlayThru

by May 19, 2012

You might encountered CAPTCHA in several websites for submitting comments and filling up forms,have you ever wondered how the word CAPTCHA came ?,Actually CAPTCHA is acronym for Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart.Which was introduced