Apple Released iOS 8.0.2 Fixing Earlier Reported Software Bugs

Just the other day Apple released iOS 8.0.1 which resulted in a complete failure leading to Apple removing the update from their network only one hour after its initial release. Today, Apple released iOS 8.0.2 in hopes of fixing previous issues that plagued iOS 8.0.1 users. Apple’s iOS 8.0.1 was reported to have killed phones cell

FBI Facial Recognition System at “Full Operational Capability”

FBI Facial Recognition System Launched The Federal Bureau of Investigation says its facial recognition technology that stores millions of mug shots and other photos is out of its testing phase and is at “full operational capability.” The Next Generation Identification (NGI) System, combined with criminal fingerprints, “will provide the nation’s law enforcement community with an investigative

Kim Kardashian Among Other Celebrities Hacked Nude Photos Leaked Online

Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, Kaley Cuoco among seven other celebrities have fallen victim in the latest leak of hacked celebrities nude photos. The list of hacked celebrities nude photos leaked online this Saturday contains Avril Lavigne, Lake Bell, former Disney stars Aly and AJ Michalka, Mary-Kate Olsen, Aubrey Plaza and Hayden Panettiere. Early Saturday morning

How to change Safari’s default search engine in iOS 8 for greater privacy

  If you’re one of the many millions of iPhone and iPad users who managed to successfully upgrade to iOS 8 overnight congratulations. Word has it that the new version of Apple’s mobile operating system brings some much-needed new features (including an improved keyboard and better extension support), as well as a host of security

Win a Free Apple iPhone 6 Scam Circulating Facebook

As Apple just unveiled its most recent piece of technology, the iPhone 6, the internet has been in a frenzy over the news, with such a large event, it only seems natural for cybercriminals to begin abusing the iPhone 6 news. Attackers have once again taken to Facebook with their most recent scam regarding the

Is YOUR Amazon account at risk?

Flaw was originally discovered in October last year, and fixed in December When Amazon redesigned its Manage Your Kindle, the flaw was reintroduced The vulnerability is exposed if a user downloads a malicious e-book Hackers are then able to access the Amazon account of the victim  This potentially exposes addresses, payment details and order histories