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Even Zuckerberg covers his webcam. So, why should you not? Hackers can anytime snap inappropriate pictures of you. Even if you are not a privacy freak, the Nope 2.0 will be useful. Usually in the traditional camera, there is a protecting cover for the lens which can be used to cover the lens of the camera when it is not used. You can use the Nope 2.0 as your smartphone...

  Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation’s (IRCTC) website has been hacked.  Around about 10 million user data and account details have been stolen. The stolen data hack contains details such as date of birth, phone numbers, and other important customer details. This user data hack is being sold in CD format for a price of Rs....

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere, mostly.  Do you know that your email is being sorted by AI. With the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in most areas, there also arises associated risks/threats. The most prominent of risks/threats are “Cyber Attacks such as DDOS and/or Hacking.” Michigan Institute of Technology (MIT) has been developing technology...

  Its time you meet Sense by Silk Labs. Sense can detect your presence recognise your voice and gestures, learn your preferences and compose your connected devices to respond to you appropriately. A beautifully designed, powerful and intelligent addition for your modern connected home.  Lights can turn on when you need them, music that you wish to listen will play,...

On July 29th this year, Microsoft announced a free upgrade to Windows 10 Operating System (OS) for existing Windows 7 and 8 users. Admittedly, the new and improved Windows OS looks great and comes packed with better security features. Microsoft even brought back the much sought-after ‘Start’ button in Windows 10 that was not included...

Halloween is inching closer and holiday shopping is already picking up. However, on the other side of the spectrum, hackers and scammers also see this as an advantageous time to victimize shopping freaks. Types of  Halloween Scams Bogus Scams: Cybercriminals create fake websites to attract Halloween shoppers with attractive deals and offers. Shoppers have to keep...

Secure yourself online, at home or out and about. Access blocked TV shows. Block ads. Charges your phone. Wi-Fi Extender. This small, discrete box fits just right into your pocket.  Just as you connect to the InvizBox Go you are absolutely safe. You cannot be tracked or profiled by other people or government, companies and hackers. This box uses a VPN connection...

Can you imagine, carrying the technology in the bag isn’t more any day dream? Yes, it’s true. iBackPack comes with incredible technology packed in a perfect way to make you feel better & comfortable all the times, technically. While speaking about the technology, the iBackPack comes with a bunch of techies as follows, Personal WiFi hotspot, GPS system, 4 USB...

Android Lock Patterns are up for a test.  The password alternative that Google introduced way back in the Android Mobile OS in 2008 is being stirred for the security options that it can offer. These style patterns turn out to be more predictable than we thought. It has been found that these Android Lock Patterns generally possess only a fraction of the complexity....