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AVG has updated their privacy policy to reveal their future plans to sell your browsing data to third parties.

If you upgraded your computer to Windows 10 - congratulations! you just agreed to Microsoft's EULA that allows them to disable any piece of software on your machine.

We hide behind VPN, thinking we're anonymous, but the truth is scary. The WebRTC vulnerability can never be fixed unless you remove it manually.

If someone is monitoring your every move, you must take the primary precautions to get you off the radar.

The researchers used the speakers and microphones of two Lenovo T400s and utilised the software originally created for establishing robust underwater communications.

Have you ever wondered about those 'security questions' you answer when you log into your bank or access important sites?

Recently, Apple’s App Store was hit with a big security breach and whilst it’s mostly been dealt with now, there’s still a lot iOS users should understand about the breach and their security on iOS devices in the future.

When you buy a smartphone, you want to protect it. With a rise in phone theft and cyber threats, these little tricks can help you navigate the web safely.

A new Android bug is considered as one of the worst security vulnerability in the history. Here's what it really is and how to keep your device safe.

If you are an Internet user and you trust then internet, then it is evident that you lack knowledge about the numerous ways in which one can compromise your home network device's privacy and data integrity. In walks Bitdefender BOX.

A new bug discovered allows anyone to crash an iPhone by sending a simple text message, which forces it to shut down.

These are the basic security setup which is essential for keeping your device safe from any vulnerability.

Why would you pay major setup money for on-premise DDoS protection that’s rendered ineffective by the massive volumetric attacks that are so often a weapon of choice for attackers?

Indian Hackers show it once again, Hacked another pak website under #op_Pak_cyber_space #oprevenge_india.

A group of Indian hackers reacts to the Pakistan's Faizal Afzal or '1337' attack on NIT (National Institute of Technology).

It's #DigitalIndia week initiated by PM Mr. Narendra Modi; while the country was busy celebrating this event, hacker group AnonOpsIndia shows the truth behind the security of sensitive data that falls under Indian government.

Indian music streaming website was apparently hacked, whose origination appears to be pakistan. The hacker released an online searchable database, which was later patched by the Gaana security team.

A DDos attack completely disabled the ability of Sony playstation users to collaborate over the network.

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