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Online Security

Is Google Chrome’s password security flawed?

August 9, 2013 |

How easy is it for prying eyes to uncover passwords that are stored/saved in Google Chrome? The answer may be surprising to the average user. By simply going to the browser’s settings, anyone can discover the credentials you submit every time you log in to your favorite websites. Read More

Bitdefender Internet Security 2013 Review

June 9, 2013 |

One can never be too secure. On the other hand, Bitdefender Internet Security has everything you need to protect your computer system. And with its AutoPilot feature, you can let it choose for you every security decision to be made so you can occupy yourself in more important matters. Read More

Beware: Microsoft is reading your supposedly private Skype messages

May 22, 2013 | | One Comment

Despite its end-to-end encryption feature, conversations made on Skype aren’t as secure and private as most of its users think. A recent report by Ars Technica shows that Microsoft is snooping over Skype messages. Read More

Is Your Facebook Account Safe? Know Online World’s Latest Security Measures

May 2, 2012 | | 9 Comments

Due to the rapid increase of security risks being churned out within Facebook, the Facebook Security Team introduces Anti-virus Marketplace and some other ways to help the whole community deal with the vulnerabilities they are currently facing. A few months ago, nearly 100,000 Facebook users’ log in information were allegedly released and compromised due to a possible hack attack. So we should really be careful because we will never determine when an attack might actually happen. Facebook is a very big corporation but it is not exempted in security risks. Read More