Apple’s Future Smartphone May Have an Improved Touch ID Technology

Apple’s Future Smartphone May Have an Improved Touch ID Technology

Apple’s recent patent seems to suggest that users could unlock their device by tapping anywhere on the display. This could be a huge update of the Touch ID technology, which was originally introduced in 2013. It would take a while before Apple officially announces the upcoming iPhone 11, but this could be a hint of its security feature. The first generation of Touch ID came with the iPhone 5S and it worked only on the…

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Potential Risks of Smartphone Security Technology

Potential Risks of Smartphone Security Technology

New security features are being added to latest smartphone models. Ten years ago, these features can only be seen on spy movies, but they already become mainstream technology. However, these solutions are not without issues.   Fingerprint scanners Fingerprint is unique and exclusive to each individual. From the standard camera-based fingerprint sensor, new devices are using sensor based on ultrasonic technology. It transmits ultrasonic pulses that bounce back from pores, ridges and small details of…

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How to Tell If Your Phone Is Being Spied On

How to Tell If Your Phone Is Being Spied On

Undoubtedly, our mobile phones have become an integral part of our lives. From setting up the morning alarm to sending text messages and videos, surfing the internet, and attending conference calls – modern smartphones are captivating, to say the least. What’s more, these little gadgets come equipped with enough storage and power to save our electronic documents, media, contacts and the likes. If certain files do not fit in the phone, the cloud has got…

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Compromised PNG Files May Threaten Android Devices

Compromised PNG Files May Threaten Android Devices

Another security flaw is found to affect Android OS and it’s potentially very serious. When opening a compromised PNG image file, a hidden malicious code could be executed, which may harm your data and device. It’s hard to avoid these booby-trapped images, because they may be very interesting. PNG files can be sent through instant messaging, text messages or email. PNG is a fairly popular image format, although not as popular as JPG. The bug…

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How Safe is the iPhone X Face Mapping Feature Really?

How Safe is the iPhone X Face Mapping Feature Really?

(Ad) The iPhone X introduced a new feature, Face ID, as a new way to secure the smartphone. It uses a mix of visible light and infrared and 30,000 data points to uniquely identify your face. However, a raft of news stories has led to concerns about the face mapping feature. It is supposed to update over time so that it recognizes you as you age or change. But how safe is the iPhone X…

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mSpyTracker: Why you Need It On Your Smartphone

mSpyTracker: Why you Need It On Your Smartphone

mSpyTracker is an app so shockingly sophisticated and impressive that it would make James Bond roll his eyes and say “OK Q, now you’ve gone too far – that’s impossible…..”. But it is possible! mSpyTracker is an app that allows you to monitor and track mobile devices like never before. The app allows its users to thoroughly investigate and explore the information contained on another person’s smartphone or tablet. I know what you’re thinking –…

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Why you should install a phone tracking app before losing your phone

Why you should install a phone tracking app before losing your phone

If you have previously lost your phone, along with all your personal stuff like your favorite photos then you know how painful that experience can be. If you haven’t, then you may be blissfully unaware of just how hard it can be to get it back and how traumatic that can be. The most important thing to consider is this: is there any reason not to install a phone tracking app before losing your phone?…

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3 Ways To Make Sure Your Phone Doesn’t Get Infected

3 Ways To Make Sure Your Phone Doesn’t Get Infected

  A virus infecting your phone is everyone’s worst nightmare and with the recent scandal of WannaCry’s ransomware that swept the globe and wreaked havoc on the UK’s NHS as well as over 74 other countries it’s now more important than ever before to implement a strong and up to date mobile protection plan. Luckily for users, it’s actually a whole load easier to protect your phone with antivirus 2017 software and common-sense practise than…

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Ease US: Save Your Mobile Data With MobiSaver!

Ease US: Save Your Mobile Data With MobiSaver!

The iPhone 7 is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing…that’s right – streaks of snake-like queues coiling around every Apple Store this side of the third world! As well as that of course, it also means that many people are going to do the bi-annual migration of their old phone’s data to their shiny new iPhone 7 (or 7 plus, if you want to get fancy about it). But while…

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Bitcoin: Creating a Safer Online Bet

Bitcoin: Creating a Safer Online Bet

Bitcoin is a digital cryptocurrency that can be transferred to anyone in the world, from anywhere in the world. It was created for the burgeoning world of internet commerce, to avoid relying on a shady and inevitable corrupt central regulating authority to handle transfers and creation. Ironically, that very maneuver has furnished Bitcoin as a somewhat shady operation in and of itself, especially when it’s described as ‘cryptocurrency’; though sinister undertones abound, all that phrase…

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Android Security: Myths vs Facts

Android Security: Myths vs Facts

Sometimes it seems like the Android platform greets each new day with another update on how security is falling apart and compromising Android users left, right and centre. However, for a platform that has more than 80% of the market share tightly clasped within its firm grip, you have to wonder what it’s doing right. There are several myths that plague the Android platform, some of them are true but some of them are a…

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PDF Patch on it’s Way

PDF Patch on it’s Way

We have a well appreciated update from the Dev-Team not long ago that a PDF Patch for the large security hole is being worked on by @saurik. The patch will fix the holes for all devices and all firmware versions going back as far as version 2.x. The package is currently in testing and will be release soon. They also mention that there aren’t any malicious variants out yet, but they’re sure to come. The…

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