Do you own an iPhone? If so, you should be aware that a criminal could be tracking you. The wicked party may not be from Apple. There is good news though. Apple has a new update, the iOS 9.3.5. The iOS update will end serious security and privacy issues that iPhone users face. There is hope that the latest update will enhance your privacy. Continue reading “Apple Releases iOS 9.3.5 Update to Protect its Users”
If you are interested in finding out about how to avoid Internet censorship on your iPhone, you have come to the right place. Of course, copyrights always exist and make our life harder. Continue reading “Avoiding Internet Censorship on Your iPhone”
While we are traveling, our needs change substantially. Therefore, we ought to be able and keep up with satisfying these needs. The VPN is the key to success, in case you are on the go and you worry about not having the ability to enjoy the same digital benefits as in your country. So, why do we need a VPN on our iPhone or Android running device, when we are traveling? Continue reading “Why Use VPN on Your iPhone or Android When You Travel”
We are not in any case safe even all around the air, any longer. Each time you sign into a gadget and have it associated with the space we call the Internet, it undoubtedly checks for programmed upgrades — unless you’ve turned them off. Continue reading “There’s little we can do, data backdoor already exists”
Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6 are Samsung’s and Apple’s flagship phones, so for those that have a so called “new phone fever” tend to go through benchmark sites and get valid results while comparing these high performance phones. Continue reading “Comparing security between Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6”
As NSA (National Security Agency) and its colleague agencies got into act at their peeks, a few years back, Google and Samsung app stores were targeted by the government for hijacking.
According to reports by The Intercept and CBC News, the plan of said agencies was to hijack the connections being made between smartphones and the marketplace servers they rely on, and afterward inserting malicious program onto the targeted devices. Then data could secretly be collected by NSA and friendly agencies, and some “selective misinformation” might be sent to the targets for confusion of propaganda purposes. Continue reading “New NSA documents reveal plans to hijack Google Play Store, Samsung app store and iPhones”