Increase Password Strength by adding Emojis in your Password

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Online security is more serious than ever, as we’ve seen with large companies becoming victims of breaches. It can be difficult to remember all your passwords since you’re encouraged to switch them up for each site and device. Password security is about to get more fun and creative. New security software is going to make…Read More

WhatsApp is Testing ‘Suspicious Link Indicator’ Feature

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Android, Android Apps, Spam, WhatsApp

WhatsApp about to combat spam, spoofing and phishing on its platform. WhatsApp had recently started testing the Suspicious Link Indicator feature in Android beta version 2.18.204. However, the testing was limited to a small number of beta users which was rolled out to all users on Android beta starting from version 2.18.221. Along with this, WhatsApp has…Read More

Facebook Bug May Have Unblocked the People You Previously Blocked

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Facebook says more than 800,000 users may have been affected by a bug that unblocked people they previously had blocked. Writing in a blog post, Erin Egan, the company’s chief privacy officer, said the bug was active between May 29th and June 5th. It did not re-establish friend connections between any of the affected users…Read More

How to Stop Annoying Robocalls & Spam Calls?

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Mobile spam calls have been a nuisance for years, but over the last few months, there’s been a surge of them. Robocallers have upped their game by masking their spam with local, genuine-looking phone numbers. The vast majority of the time, it’s an unwelcome distraction. It’s all too easy for these scammers to wield the…Read More

Change Your Twitter Password Right Now!

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It’s time again to change your password. Twitter wasn’t hacked, but it still really wants you to change your password. On May 3, Twitter announced that the passwords of every account—all 336 million of them—had been exposed in an internal log. There’s no indication that anyone’s passwords have been stolen or misused, but in the…Read More