Apple ordered to create a backdoor for FBI

Raj PagariyaCyber SecurityLeave a Comment

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In 2014, Apple added an additional encryption on its iPhone series that wipes your device clean after 10 unsuccessful unlock attempts. It was done for consumer privacy and security, but it has now resulted in the company being locked in a public feud with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).   US Magistrate Judge Sheri Pym has ruled that Apple should supply … Read More

Smart Watches and Heaps of Threats

Arpan SinhaCyber SecurityLeave a Comment

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 are the devices that gain remote access to stuff on your smartphones or computers, referred to as IoT (Internet of … Read More

Encrypt Your Emails !!

Rachiyta JainCyber Forensics, Cyber Security, Law1 Comment

We all at some time wish to hide our emails from everybody except from the one we are sending to. In a previous post I explained the concept of PGP. Today I am going to teach you how to use PGP to encrypt your gmail, yahoo etc  e-mails using a browser add-on. Follow these simple steps to do so:- Go … Read More

Pretty Good Privacy

Rachiyta JainCyber Forensics, Cyber SecurityLeave a Comment

PGP stands for Pretty Good Privacy. It is an encryption and decryption standard used widely these days. This post will tell you what exactly a PGP is and how it works. In my next post I will tell you how to set up a PGP. PGP is also called hybridcryptography as it makes use of hashing, data compression, symmetric key … Read More