Google Tracks Android, iPhone Users Even With ‘Location History’ Turned Off

[Aug 14, 2018] Google asks permission to allow access location if you want to use it for navigating, but a new investigation shows that the company does track you anyway. An investigation by Associated Press revealed that many Google services on Android and iPhone devices store records of your location data even when you have... Continue Reading →

Firefox Browser Now Supports The Latest Version of Internet Security Protocol ie. TLS 1.3

[Aug 14, 2018] TLS or Transport Layer Security is an internet security protocol that enables secure communications between two computers. Different versions of TLS are used in web browsing, email services, and Voice over IP (VoIP). TLS 1.3 has been deemed to brought notable improvements concerning security and speed. TLS 1.3 has parted ways with... Continue Reading →

Flaws in Pre-Installed Apps Expose Millions of Android Devices to Hackers

[Aug 14, 2018] Nearly all Android phones come with useless applications pre-installed by manufacturers or carriers, usually called bloatware. Researchers (from mobile security firm Kryptowire at the DEF CON security conference on Friday.) disclosed details of 47 different vulnerabilities deep inside the firmware and default apps (pre-installed and mostly non-removable) of 25 Android handsets that... Continue Reading →

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