Category: Security

  • How to protect yourself from malware in 5 steps

    How to protect yourself from malware in 5 steps

    February 10, 2018 No Comment

    On Android, protecting yourself from malware is easier than you think. The Google OS is considered by many, wrongly, as a terrain mined with viruses and other malware. Yes, Android devices may be compromised by one or more malware, although Google has taken action with its Google Play Protect. But just follow these 5 steps […]

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  • for your security, disable auto-fill

    for your security, disable auto-fill

    February 8, 2018 No Comment

    Most browsers include a password manager to back up credentials to make it easier to fill out login forms. Users who want more features are turning to a third-party password manager like 1Password or LastPass. A recent study shows how advertising targeting companies exploit automatic filling to suck user credentials. What’s the use of this […]

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  • all about the new protocol WiFi security

    all about the new protocol WiFi security

    February 6, 2018 No Comment

    The WiFi Alliance consortium recently announced WPA3, the new WiFi security standard that will soon replace the aging WPA2. With the recent flaws found in this protocol, it is interesting to know the improvements that the WPA3 standard brings. We take stock of all that we know for the moment. It is still fresh in […]

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  • careful, they are useless and even dangerous for your computer

    careful, they are useless and even dangerous for your computer

    January 25, 2018 No Comment

    Should I install or not an antivirus? This is the big question for many users, but in doubt, most of them install it. Bad news, according to an expert at the Mozilla Foundation, antivirus is useless. Even worse, they are dangerous for your computer. In a blog post, Robert O’Callahan, former developer of the foundation […]

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  • Android: a fault on nearly 80% of terminals allows hackers to spy on you

    Android: a fault on nearly 80% of terminals allows hackers to spy on you

    November 17, 2017 No Comment

    A flaw in Android allows hackers to make a recording of the screen. A very large number of terminals (80% of the fleet) are concerned by this major security problem. Still bad news for the world’s most popular mobile operating system that continues to have a bad reputation for security. All terminals from Android 5.0 […]

    Posted in: Android, Security

  • Google extends its bug bounty program to include third party Google Android applications

    Google extends its bug bounty program to include third party Google Android applications

    October 28, 2017 No Comment

    Google now offering vulnerability remedies and solutions in some applications, including Dropbox, Duolingo and Snapchat. Bug on blackmail programs are often offered by companies to seek help from the public in finding vulnerabilities, vulnerabilities or other forms design in applications. For a while, Google offers a standard program of bugs for proprietary apps. On October […]

    Posted in: Google, Security