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How data leaks from your smartphone – and can you stop it?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 20, 2017 10:45:10 AM / by Stefan Topuzov

You can’t overstate how central smartphones have become to people’s lives. The average time a person spends using their mobile device is about five hours a day – one-third of the time a person is awake. Nothing wrong with that really. Until you consider how much data – often personal – this activity involves. Android phones are inherently insecure in the way they handle this data. And while volumes of it leak all the time, there is no shortage of parties looking to put your data to malicious use.

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How much is your stolen information worth?

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 23, 2016 10:01:51 AM / by Stefan Topuzov

Ever wondered why would anyone bother to steal something like one billion Yahoo user account names, passwords and email addresses? At first glance, such information doesn’t seem like the most valuable asset. But to those who know how to make use of it, this data is a great tool to commit identity theft, fraud, or simply drain an unsuspecting victim’s banking account. Because of that cybercriminals are willing to pay for your stolen information. Here’s how much.

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Was data about you stolen in 2015? Over half a billion records were...

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2016 10:26:11 AM / by Tihomir Ivanov

Chances are pretty high that information about you or people you know was compromised in 2015. Why?

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How the Government Tracks You: NSA Surveillance

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 6, 2013 1:28:00 PM / by Dominic Gingras

The US Government has turned the Internet into something it was never intended to be: a system for spying on us in our most private moments. By tapping Internet cables, undermining security standards, and getting our data from companies in secret, the National Security Agency has built the largest surveillance apparatus in history and is collecting information on most Internet users.

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Email Encryption Vs Race car, Can we compare them ?

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 5, 2013 2:58:00 PM / by Dominic Gingras

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