Replace OTPs with USB Security key

Arpan SinhaCyber Security

Two factor authentication provides an extra layer of security to your account. It provides a method of combining two different kinds of login approaches to add some extra security, but that’s not enough. 2FA is stronger than password based authentication, … Read More

Smart Watches and Heaps of Threats

Arpan SinhaCyber Security

Ever fancied owning a smart-watch? Or do you own one? Well, you might get stunned after knowing that these wearable devices pose a lot of security risks. Smart watches, smart bands, and even wireless panels can set a threat to your online identity. These … Read More

Some tips to avoid Facebook Identity Theft

Arpan SinhaCyber Security

Facebook is the most widely used social networking platform, and hence the most vulnerable one. Most of the identity thefts around the web happens through Facebook, thus you mustn’t hold your guard down for any reason. Here are a few … Read More

How to Secure Your Instagram Account

Arpan SinhaCyber Security

There might be a very few Android or iOS users who haven’t ever used Instagram. It has over half a billion active users across the globe. Unfortunately, 80% of the users take the security issues related to social networking sites … Read More

Visual Search Superfish Searching Way Beyond Limits !!

Rachiyta JainCyber Security

  Lenovo has finally accepted to Superfish,  a vulnerability found last November in Lenovo products. Superfish  which comes preinstalled in laptops intercepted customers’ encrypted Web traffic making all secure data open. Though the harm has been done, Lenovo apologised for … Read More

Adobe Flash Player: Is The New Patch Really Safe?

Nitish ChandanCyber Security

For three times in two weeks, Adobe issued an emergency security update for Flash Player software to fix a hazardous zero-day vulnerability that hackers are already exploiting to launch drive-by installs. Adobe Flash player used for playing media on many … Read More