5 Ways to Stay Away from Malwares on Smartphones

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A malware is some software specially designed to harm your computer or smartphone, or to get your personal information for various anti-social purposes (let’s say spying on you). It may be a virus, a spyware, worm, or a Trojan, but their sole purpose is to harm you. Nowadays, since smartphones are more in use, these malwares are aimed mostly at them. … Read More

How to set up Google Authenticator for Facebook and Gmail

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Today you can find more threats online than you’d ever find in the real world, and the most common yet daunting one’s the fear of getting your Facebook account hacked. Two-factor authentication is one of the best things you can do to make sure your accounts don’t get hacked. Google Authenticator is one such handy two-factor authentication tool that can … Read More

VoIP in India-What’s it like?

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VoIP in India Voice over IP is not a new concept to the regular internet user. It is the routing of voice conversation over the internet rather than the PSTN (Public switched telephone network). You talk over viber, skype or facebook messenger for that fact, it is VoIP. Talking about its advantages, it includes saving a lot of money, single … Read More

Social Media : Illegal behind Legal ??

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Social Media : Illegal behind Legal ?? We all are a bunch of lazy lads. The truth is installing a software is a sequence of click on the “continue”, “I accept” and “Install” button. Likewise we are so restless while registering for an app or so, we never take the pains of reading what are we actually accepting to by … Read More

WhatsApp Web – Really going to help?

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WhatsApp Web – Really going to help? “WhatsApp goes to facebook, then WhatsApp hits the browser. One tasty piece of cake served to the 700 Million+ users later yesterday is WhatsApp web.” For all those people who have asked for so long about how to actually use WhatsApp on a laptop, here it is WhatsApp answering. “Today, for the first time, millions … Read More

Why start using VPNs?

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Gone are the days when internet privacy was surfing the internet with your doors locked and no one watching you. The internet is becoming more open by the day. This has enabled hackers, ISP’s, services like google and Facebook to monitor all your activities from clicks to search queries. VPN is not the ultimate solution but It is no longer … Read More

Right to be forgotten: Origin and Indian scenario

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Right to be forgotten: Origin and Indian scenario As promised in a previous post, this post is all about “the right to be forgotten.” The question which first pops up our head is when and where did this first originate? We all wish to be remembered for our work and noble deeds. In our own ways we try to achieve … Read More

Six Tips for Windows Security

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Six tips for Windows Security Turn on family safety, turn on the firewall, turn on automatic updates, use a genuine copy of windows and software and use strong passwords (Oh my! like they are so safe). You might just look around on the web for some windows security tips and measures and find all these things written. It is important to … Read More

Google Privacy Policy – Nuance between Good and Bad

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Google Privacy Policy – Nuance between Good and Bad In our everyday life it bemuses us if someone knows our name while we don’t know a thing about them.  Ever wondered how it would be like if someone just knocked up at your door one day and goes on telling your name, address (obviously that’s where he is standing), work … Read More