Newly Unveiled MacOS Malware Making the Rounds via Phishing Emails

Threat researchers at Trend Micro have identified new malicious content by OceanLotus targeting iOS and MacOS devices. The malware is supposedly spread through a Microsoft Word file attached to phishing emails. Customers frequently prefer Apple’s operating systems due to the fact that they have a lower number of malicious attacks on them. However, the recent… Continue reading Newly Unveiled MacOS Malware Making the Rounds via Phishing Emails

Android Won the Loyalty Race Against iOS

Recently, Customer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) has published its figures about the loyalty of users of operating systems. This time the winners were Android users over iOS users. The report also says that figures remained the same since 2016 until it recently reached the highest peak.  Statistics from January 2016 to December 2017 show that… Continue reading Android Won the Loyalty Race Against iOS

Sikurphone to be the First Hack-Proof Smartphone; Bitcoin wallet included

With cryptos steadily making their way to everyday use, the newest phone from Sikur is sure to find a place in the market. Sikurphone offers un-hackable security and a built-in bitcoin wallet. Unparallelled security from a new smartphone Sikurphone has been unveiled as a hack-proof smart device that doubles as a crypto wallet. Sikur made… Continue reading Sikurphone to be the First Hack-Proof Smartphone; Bitcoin wallet included

Your Apple Watch and Your Gym Equipment Can Now Talk to Each Other

Have you found yourself wanting the exact same gym results on your smartwatch as well as on your treadmill? A new feature on the Apple watch allows users to connect their daily workouts with gym equipment. This will give them more accurate data. The new feature will come standard with the watchOS 4 update which… Continue reading Your Apple Watch and Your Gym Equipment Can Now Talk to Each Other

FBI hasn’t been able to Access More than 6,900 Mobile Devices

A representative from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has declared that this poses a huge problem, as they cannot optimally carry out their functions without data. After San Bernardino debate, federal agents have reported being unable to retrieve data from mobile devices. According to FBI Director Christopher Wray, the Federal Bureau of Investigation more… Continue reading FBI hasn’t been able to Access More than 6,900 Mobile Devices

First Ever Surveillance-Proof Smartphone Developed by KasperSky Lab

InfoWatch developed the world’s first surveillance-proof phone that will be available for purchase soon. Russia’s InfoWatch recently developed a new smartphone which will offer its users powerful surveillance-proof tools. InfoWatch started out as a project of the prominent cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky Lab and consists out of several high-profile IT companies. InfoWatch is owned and led… Continue reading First Ever Surveillance-Proof Smartphone Developed by KasperSky Lab