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How to Improve Software Security

As software vendors are exposed to numerous risks hence software security becomes a prominent factor. Otherwise, malicious entities may put your company’s intellectual property at risk by deconstructing your software to imitate and distribute illegal copies of unlicensed software. Hackers are very smart and they...

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Hackers & the Victims of 2017 to watch out

Hackers will always look for the opportunity to get access to your system and steal your important files. They also access your account details and bank transactions summary, to steal your money from the accounts. These illegal things they perform every year and will continue...

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Website Security Issues You Need to be Aware Of

Advancements in digital technology are not only bringing the convenience for the computer users, but they are also simplifying the daily life of many users.  However, along with the convenience, risks are also increasing and over the past few years, cyber attacks are noticed in...

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Apple Extends HTTPS Enforcement Deadline for iOS Apps

Apple announced earlier this year that all iOS app developers have to deploy HTTPS starting with 2017, Abut now, Apple has given some more time to iOS app makers so that they can migrate their app and backend infrastructures. Apple postpone the deadline when it...

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What You Need to Know to Buy the Right Business Printer

Today, documentation is an important aspect of any business and most of the business technology consists of the invention, innovation, research, and other business-related phenomena. Business technologies are moving and changing at a rapid pace, hence it is not easy to find out which technology...

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Basic Tips to Use Internet Efficiently

Nowadays Internet has become an indispensable tool for all those who are somehow connected to the latest technologies. It is a source which has given so many flexibilities to the individuals like communication with others, exploring information, creating user interactive applications, watching TV serials and...

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Anonymous invitations flooding your Apple calendar

Over the last couple of weeks, many Apple device users have made complaints that their calendar app of Mac or iPhone, or iPad is getting a mass number of anonymous invitations. Users reported that unexpected invitations are sent to them from fishy email addresses. The...

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Single Password a Big loophole in Business Security

When it comes to cyber-attacks, promotion is a lure. But what occurs when news journals themselves become objects? One of the renowned names in the business journal is Business Insider that came under attack this week. The attack was yet one more done by the...

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