One of the new features is that you can get a WhatsApp message recall. Photo: Twitter (@WABetaInfo)
WhatsApp message recall: New features in the popular Messenger

WhatsApp is considered the most popular messenger app. More than 1 billion people worldwide use the news service. WhatsApp has developed new features to keep up, and to attract more users: Recalling a WhatsApp message after it has been sent is only one new feature. Read on to find out what Whatsapp’s new functions and […]

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Facebook Fake News: Beware, these messages are fake

The coverage of Fake News is currently growing strongly. Whether in local and national weekly newspapers or on television – the reports are accumulating everywhere. The most popular medium for these false messages however is still Facebook. We will show the (quite worrying) effects of the current fake news trends and explain what you can […]

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On the list of popular passwords in 2016, there are no secure passwords.
Top list of popular passwords: ‘123456’ at No. 1 in 2016 again

It is hard to believe, but “123456” still tops the list of most popular passwords in 2016, a Chicago based security firm has confirmed. We’ll introduce you to the most popular, if very unsafe, passwords. The passwords were analysed by Keeper who are a password management firm who carried out the research. “Looking at the list of […]

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Whatsapp security is not as secure, as was previously thought.
WhatsApp security missing: Gap in end-to-end encryption

With the introduction of the end-to-end encryption, all WhatsApp users were happy about the new WhatsApp security. Since the introduction of the encryption, chats were completely confidential and could only be read by the chat partner. Supposedly! But now, a security breach has become apparent. Read on to find out how secure your private chats […]

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The activation number of an Apple iTunes card should never be revealed on the phone.
Fraud with Apple iTunes card: Rip off by phone

Fraudsters are trying to rip people off by scams using the Apple iTunes card. The tricksters call and ask to settle outstanding debts or bills on the phone. This works the best with Apple iTunes card. But other gift cards are also affected. Read on to find out what is behind it and how you […]

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Google has scrapped it’s internet drones: Photo coursesy of 9to5 Google.
Internet drones: Google confirms end of project

You may remember all the hype back in 2014 when Google launched it’s internet drones project . They designed the project to bring the internet to remote rural areas. It complemented it’s Loon project – a similar initiative using hot air balloons. If you were looking forward to the possibility of the internet no matter […]

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So far, Android users can not download the Super Mario app. This is about to change soon.
Super Mario App for Android: Cyber-criminals hype

Since mid-December, the Super Mario app has been the superstar of iOS devices. In just four days the game was downloaded 40 million times. Since then 90 million Super Mario fans are supposed to have the game on their Apple devices. Now, Android users are also waiting longingly for the app. And cyber-criminals exploit this […]

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Ticket prices for flights: Nasty surprise with Smartphone booking

If you want to book your next holiday online, you should read on. Because the ticket prices for air travel flights vary enormously depending on the device with which the trip is booked. This is what a European publication “Clever Reisen!” has now found in a test. It makes travel booking using your smartphone up […]

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Enquiries are sent via SMS to the mobile phone
Collection request via SMS: New phone scam

The caller is promised profit-making games or other ‘fantastic opportunities’. But whoever calls the telephone numbers advertised, will receive a debt collection request via SMS shortly afterwards. This is another case of fraudsters trying to get money. In short, the victims are pressured to pay 70 pounds or more, for allegedly used services. Read on […]

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Initially intended for smartphones, FLocker now also accesses Smart TV devices
Ransomware Flaker on Smart TV: Threat of cyber espionage

Extortionists have found another way into your home. Security experts have long warned that it is only a matter of time before cyber criminals attack Smart TV devices. Now the Ransomware Flaker has hit. We will tell you what has happened, how the attack takes place, and whether we should all be afraid of this Smart […]

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