Fake banking Apps with Malware in Google Play Store target Android users

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The security researchers from Kaspersky Lab discovered two fake malicious banking apps on Google Play store targeting Brazilian Android users. Both apps were developed by a Brazilian cybercriminal going with the handle of “Governo Federal” (Federal Government), stealing banking and login credentials of the customers. The first app was published Oct. 31, had 80 downloads/installations and [...]

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Clair Air Purifier: The avant-gardeproduct for every 21st century home

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Every once in a while there comes a product that sweeps all its predecessors by their feet and strike a sense of awe among the consumer market. While innovation has been touted as the main reason for human evolution and sustainability, coming up with solutions for this ever increasing pollution hasn’t been quite an easy [...]

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Cops are hating New Apple and Google Smartphones due to their encryption.

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The police dislike Apple and Google’s latest smartphones because of their high-end encryption, according to a senior FBI official. “Encryption threatens to lead all of us to a very dark place. Justice may be denied because of a locked phone or an encrypted hard drive,” said James Comey, FBI Director, in a speech last month. [...]

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Apple, Facebook, Google, Dropbox, Yahoo, Twitter Ask Senate to curb NSA spying

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Digital privacy might get better now as 10 of the leading US companies (including: AOL, APPLE, Dropbox, Microsoft, Evernote, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter and Yahoo) and Electronic Frontier Foundation have backed US freedom act coined recently in the parliament. The act is introduced to make privacy on internet better and to make government’s grip on [...]

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Microsoft fixes security flaw in Windows that existed for 19 years

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Microsoft has released an emergency update on Tuesday to patch a security flaw in the Windows operating system (that remained unnoticed for 19 years). Amazingly, this vulnerability was present in every version of Windows including Windows 95 to Windows 8, allowing hackers to take control of any computer remotely whenever user visits a malicious website.   [...]

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