The web browser has come a long way since its invention in late 1990. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Explorer/Edge have now taken the world by storm with their evolving user-friendly features. They have boosted productivity significantly thanks to their seamless integration with leading third-party applications and plug-ins. Unfortunately, web browser security is an
If you’re using WhatsApp on an Android – even after yesterday’s update – your chats are prone to being downloaded by others, a security consultant has discovered. Bas Bosschert, CTO and consultant at Double Think, along with his brother, discovered this exploit after wondering if it would be possible to upload and read someone’s WhatsApp
WhatsApp now belongs to Facebook and the acquisition has raised some serious concerns regarding the privacy of the app’s users. Facebook is not really commenting on the issue, causing more and more people to look at alternate solutions. Unfortunately, the alternatives are not really secure. Compatible with Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, Blackberry and even the
SSL encryption was the name of the security game this week, with major vulnerabilities –now fixed – facing both iOS and WhatsApp users and Neiman Marcus released a new analysis of their recent breach – and apparently someone was NOT paying attention. Catch up on all last week’s stories before RSA USA takes over your
Mobile malware has come a long way in recent years. The latest exploit was exposed this week when the popular “Balloon Pop 2”, played and enjoyed by thousands of Android users, was found to contain a malicious code that enabled eavesdropping on WhatsApp conversations. Google has taken the game off its Play Store app market.