Posts Tagged ‘security’

Tips to use security guard for your online media

The security threat over social media is often a big concern for its users. As you can see the cyber crooks have been waiting to find any opportunity to break the security of social media accounts and do malign the image of its users. You often hear how the accounts at Twitter of celebrities are being hacked by cyber criminals in order to the filthy stuff online. If you have been using social media sites on a regular basis, it is imperative to secure your accounts unlike the way security guards

China targets internet crime

China is developing and prospering in an interestingly high rate and it’s not just progressing in one sector but is implementing something that will benefit every industry and every sector. Recently the communist government tried to evade internet crime and China has now picked up a new motive, ending internet crime in China and implementing this change around the world as well. Recently the Xinhua News Agency reported that since the start of the internet crime strategy in June, the Chinese

Google Play Response to Piracy and Malware

Google Play seemed to be clean. Previously, because of the freedom provided by Google Play, the Android application market for many media portrayed as a wild area with no rules. As a result, many applications of artificial, fake, spam spreaders, even malware in circulation there. On 1st August 2012, in a letter to developers, Google started to implement some policies to alter the impression of a wild Google Play. Google gave developers 30 days to tidy up the application in order to comply wit

Corporate Networks Once Again Fear an Attack from Android

Malware and spyware are still on the loose, this time though, mobile devices with android, are being targeted through websites. It is the first instance in which websites which have been hacked are being used to host malware and spyware and when a mobile device visits the site it is then infected with the malware. This malware, better known as Notcompatible, appears to be targeting Android devices in particular. This Trojan, Notcompatible, is on the prowl for anything running Android though it d

Ferocious Android Malware Attacks

Not long ago it was discovered again two malware that attack mobile phones based on Android. The first is a variant of Light DroidDream who previously had attacked no less than 120,000 mobile phone users Android platform. The second is known as Zitmo. The attack was reported to be more serious Zitmo, this malware capable of stealing bank passwords and password to transact with the unwitting owner. At least 5000 Android phone already infected malware. According to the blog Lookout, corporat