With the release of iOS 8, Apple claims it can’t access the personal data on your iPhones and iPads and it can’t give it to authorities. But it seems there’s a catch.
The final month of summer wasn’t full of cybercriminal stories, but law enforcement groups around the world still found and punished some evildoers.
On September 9th, Apple showed some new devices and its own payment system, which utilizes an NFC chip, Touch ID sensor and Passbook app. So we had a try to find out how it works,...
Don’t want your private photos or credit card posted somewhere on the web? You should rethink your approach to cloud services then.
Internet scammers are quite smart and greedy, and know how to disguise their traps, but there are always some ways to find out where these traps are.
Despite the fact that we have cheap unlimited Internet connection almost everywhere, there are situations when each megabyte is literally worth its weight in gold.
July is over and that means it’s time to look back and observe the latest results of the battle between cybercriminals and prosecutors.
The first summer month brought us news about the eternal confrontation of law enforcements and cybercriminals. Let’s see who was busted in June.
Having a chance to store as much as we want is a good thing, but is it bringing us more problems than advantages?
Cabir, the first smartphone virus ever, turns 10. Here are some amusing facts about it.