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Monthly Archives: November 2016

Netflix downloads finally arrive with update to iOS and Android app

CHRISTMAS has come early for users of Netflix after the firm announced it is providing the ability to download content to watch offline whenever you want, rather than being tethered to the internet. Even better, this is not one of

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Huawei Mate 9 gets major software update as release nears

<![CDATA[*/ ]]> Order Google Pixel: Google Store | Verizon Shop Chromebooks: Asus Flip | Acer 14 | Dell 13 Article source: http://www.androidcentral.com/huawei-mate-9-gets-major-software-update-release-nears

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Sony Xperia X Performance Android 7.0 Nougat Update Now Rolling Out

In September, Sony shared its rollout plans for Android 7.0 Nougat update, adding the update will be coming first to its smartphones Xperia X Performance and Xperia XZ. In line with its earlier announcement, the company has now reportedly started

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Tests Show Microsoft Edge Is More Secure Than Chrome and Firefox

Average Block Rate  for SEM A series of benchmark tests performed by NSS Labs, a US-based independent network, and security testing organization, reveals that Microsoft Edge detects malware and phishing attacks much better than both Google Chrome and Firefox, despite

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Check Point’s Global Threat Index Shows Malware Attacks are on …

SAN CARLOS, Calif., Nov. 23, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:CHKP) today revealed the number of malware attacks increased in October, as the company released its monthly Global Threat Index, a ranking of the most prevalent

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Android Banking Trojans Based on GM Bot Infected Over 200000 Users in the Past 3 Months

Over the course of three months, more than 200,000 users have downloaded apps infected with an Android malware derived from the source code of the GM Bot, Czech security firm Avast reports. GM Bot is a banking trojan created in

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SF Municipal Railway restores systems after ransomware attack

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority restored its systems following a ransomware attack and claims no data was compromised, despite conflicting claims from the hacker responsible. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA) was hit with a ransomware attack the

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What is spyware? How secret programs can see into your iPhone and record your calls.

Smartphones are an extension of one’s personal life, so it’s terrifying to think that someone else could have access to all of the information we keep there. Many people store photos, conversations, banking details and other private information on their

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Adblock again beats publishers’ Adblock-blocking attempts

Adblock Plus is celebrating, but publishers are scratching their heads, after German courts ruled blocking online advertisements is legal. All claims brought by German media cornerstone Spiegel Online against Eyeo GmbH, creators of Adblock Plus, were late last week dismissed

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Quick Heal® Technologies’ Third Quarter Threat Report Reveals Significant Increase in Android Platform …

Overall, when compared to 2015, 2016 has seen a 76 percent increase in mobile banking Trojans — Sanjay Katkar, Managing Director Chief Technology Officer, Quick Heal Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) November 30, 2016 Quick Heal Technologies announced results of its third

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