WhatsApp which is acquired by the social media giant Facebook in the year 2014, will be sharing user data with Facebook. Photos, messages and other user information will be shared with Facebook in order to bring customized ads in front of users.
Internet is one of the major media through which hackers spread these infectious software. Receiving emails, messages, popups, and web links, etc. that contain malware is a common scenario these days.
Cybercrooks send SMSs with links to click on which may be very tempting and one may not stop himself from clicking on the provided link. This is known as phishing attacks.
Phishing attacks have become vehement than before. They have surged up in a number of cases. According to a study, the number of phishing attacks has risen more than 162 percent from 2010 to 2014.
What is the first thing that we do when we purchase a new Android smartphone? Most of us browse the Google Play Store to install some exciting apps, which can be games, messaging or any utility apps. But wait! Do you know the apps that you install are not always genuine?
If you are a WhatsApp user, then you might have come across a pop-up that reads “Messages you send to this chat and calls are now secured with end-to-end encryption”. Have you ever wondered what does it actually mean?
The word “Free” is indeed exciting, but it may not always be advantageous for you to go for free goods. As a PC user, you might have used antivirus software to protect your PC from virus and other online threats.
As the internet continues to increase its presence in the life of every individual, even the teenagers or kids are not untouched. So, as a parent, have you ever tried to peep into the online activities of your children?