Beware of WhatsApp Espionage
Online status can be monitored

WhatsApp has already done a lot to make your conversations in their messenger app secure, with end-to-end encryption and two-factor authentication. But now there could be a new WhatsApp espionage threat.

This allows you to monitor your online status. Find out how this is possible and how easy it is to monitor WhatsApp, by reading on. (more…)

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KRACK attack through WPA2
Vulnerability in WLAN encryption

The WPA2 standard has so far been considered a secure connection. But now security researchers have discovered a serious security breach in WLAN encryption. KRACK is its name.

This WLAN problem affects all routers – even if you have a very complicated password for your wireless network. No one can be absolutely safe. (more…)

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More concerns about Windows security
Microsoft neglects Windows 7

Windows security is reliable – at least we thought so. But now, accusations can be heard that Microsoft is neglecting Windows 7 security in favour of Windows 10. Is that really true?

After all, more than 40 percent of Windows users worldwide use Windows 2007. It would be extremely negligent to treat Microsoft Windows 10 as a priority, meaning that.users of older versions would be neglected. We’ll tell you how it’s about the latest Windows 7 security is ordered. (more…)

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New Faulty iPhone?
Potential battery problems after bulging iPhone 8 Plus

It has been on the market since September 22, but there are already problems with the new iPhone 8 Plus. Images are increasingly appearing on the internet, showing the luxury smartphones in peril. Is the battery faulty? Does this make your phone screen bulge out? You can find out whether the new iPhone seems to have a battery problem and why by reading on. Also find out how Apple has reacted.

Problems with batteries have been recently associated with Samsung. The Korean company had to recall their Note 7 and stop further sales after several batteries exploded in the devices. We have explained why are mobile phones exploding in a recent blog. To make sure that the successor model did not explode, Samsung slightly decreased the battery performance with the Note 8. (more…)

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DxOMark Phototest
Samsung, Apple and Google Phone

DxOMark are the ‘goto’ company when it comes to camera and smartphone camera reviews. They are the independent source for image quality benchmark for phones and cameras. They regularly carry out tests to determine the standards of popular devices. For years, Apple has been top of the hit list for the best smartphone cameras.

But now, that has changed. Samsung has caught up and the new Google offering, the Pixel 2 is also at the forefront. Read on to find out which ones are the best.

DxOMark examined 1500 smartphone pictures and 2 hours of video recordings for their tests. (more…)

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New Pixel 2
What announcements at the Google event?

The highly anticipated Google Event took place yesterday. The rumour mill has been in full swing recently, and now you can find out exactly what the facts are. A new Google Phone, the Pixel 2, is being launched.

We’ll introduce you to the Pixel 2 and reveal what happened at the Google Event.

Exactly a year ago, Google introduced the Pixel at its previous event. They also introduced the wireless router Google Wifi and Google Home, which is an Amazon Echo alternative.  We have previously reported on the Google Pixel phone, published a year ago. (more…)

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Warning about Viagogo tickets
Threat from online ticket scam

Have you ever bought tickets through Viagogo? If you are looking for tickets for concerts or other events, you can visit the Viagogo website.

You will find pretty much everything offered here. Whether it be sports events, music concerts or theatrical performances. If you search here, you will surely find something. Nevertheless, we are warning against this ticket platform. Why? Find out by reading on. (more…)

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Banking Trojan BankBot
Android malware found in PlayStore

Criminals are using the popular Jewel games to distribute a banking Trojan among Android users. The security company ESET found the Trojan named BankBot in Google PlayStore.

But, BankBot is no stranger to PlayStore. This spring, the Android malware spread through a game downloaded from the Google PlayStore. After a short break, it is now active again: improved and more difficult for you to discover. Read on to find out whether your smartphone has been contaminated and what you need to do. (more…)

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New Locky Virus: Ykcol variant
Blackmailer trojan hidden in .7z file

Beware of the Locky virus. The danger around the Trojan is still around after a year and a half after its first appearance. This is because Locky’s code still cannot be cracked. And now a new variant of the Locky virus has appeared.

The blackmailer now comes hidden in an e-mail with a .7z attachment, to your computer. Unusual, but apparently successful. All the news about Locky can be found here.

We’ve written several times about Locky and the ways it is spreading. Please read our blog posts Plagued images involve Locky  and Lucitus: new Locky variant   (more…)

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