Cybercrime is proving to be a profitable endeavor these days. According to the FBI, hackers took home $3.5 billion in “profit” in 2019.
Computer Security Issues
Ulo is an interactive security surveillance camera. The reason it comes in a friendly looking owl shape is that Ulo can interact with users using different eye expressions. Its Eye color and expressions will vary situation to situation. Moreover, this security gadget will send you snapshots of your room when the alert mode is turned on.
USB Restricted Mode was first introduced with iOS 11.4.1 upgrade. It is a great addition to the Safety Guard on Apple devices.
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Mozilla has took the Internet privacy to the next level as Firefox browser has got ad blocking and tracking protection in its private browsing mode.
In today's digital age, we as the consumer have tools to help protect our identities from theft. Unfortunately the thief's toolkit is getting more sophisticated as well.
Earlier we have seen hackers stealing money from ATM using infected USBs in Malaysia. But this time, it went even bigger. Lately, a Latin American gang of cyber criminals just hacked 17 ATM machines in Malaysia with new methods and stole $1.2 million!
LastPass is one of the free and most popular online password managers where people can store user name/ID and password of different web accounts. Lately it's been reported that researchers have found security holes in LastPass online password manager.
Technology has both advantages and disadvantages. While many technologies are there to prevent hack, at the same time there are some technologies as well as devices that are used directly or indirectly for hacking. Do you know that there are some tiny devices that can steal credit card data? And the very scary thing about these devices is they are very to detect.
It is said that hacking is an art. Sometimes a hacker does something so brilliant that we can't help but marvel at it. However, lately we've come to know that a hacker has nabbed $600,000+ in two months just by Googling people's home networks!