Author: Ali Qamar

Ali is an Internet security research enthusiast who enjoys "deep" research to dig out modern discoveries in the security industry. To be frank and honest, Ali started working online as a freelancer and still shares the knowledge for a living. He is passionate about sharing the knowledge with people, and always try to give only the best.

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Ethical hacking: current trends, growth and opportunities

Ethical hacking: current trends, growth and opportunities

Unauthorized hacking is a crime in most countries. To counter it, owners of web based applications and systems employ trained professionals to test th [...]
How GPS vehicle tracking is helping the logistics industry evolve

How GPS vehicle tracking is helping the logistics industry evolve

Vehicle tracking is one of the most cutting edge advancements in the logistics industry. For many drivers on the road, vehicle tracking only exten [...]
5 ways through which hidden surveillance can benefit your business

5 ways through which hidden surveillance can benefit your business

There is importance in getting your place of work under surveillance. In this day and age, technology has made it possible to not only record and save [...]
Netflix has launched its services to well over 130 new countries

Netflix has launched its services to well over 130 new countries

Netflix launched its video streaming service to to well over 130 new countries, expanding its services globally and being available to 190 countries i [...]
Schools in UK Advised to Monitor Students’ Access to the Web

Schools in UK Advised to Monitor Students’ Access to the Web

The recent incidents revealing breaches in security and problems at schools regarding radicalization, the UK is about to start monitoring students’ ac [...]
What 2015 Biggest Hacks Taught us about Cyber Security

What 2015 Biggest Hacks Taught us about Cyber Security

A lot has been said about the overall security of the Internet, especially with the increasing number of mind boggling hacks completed within the year [...]
6 Guys Plead Guilty to Operate a Global $100 Million Software Piracy Ring

6 Guys Plead Guilty to Operate a Global $100 Million Software Piracy Ring

If you purchased an inexplicably cheap copy of Microsoft Office or Photoshop within the past few years, even from a website as trustworthy as Amazon o [...]
The Importance of Getting Your Staff up to Date with Latest I.T Security

The Importance of Getting Your Staff up to Date with Latest I.T Security

Believe it or not, your staff are the biggest risk to your data security. It doesn’t matter how big or how small your business is, the weakest link in [...]
Protecting sensitive data through encryption and other means

Protecting sensitive data through encryption and other means

One of the most common ways of sensitive data when transferring digitally is to make use of encryption. Commonly used encryption methods include s [...]
Adobe Flash hit by zero-day vulnerability again – Just Hit Delete

Adobe Flash hit by zero-day vulnerability again – Just Hit Delete

Hackers are manipulating a previously unidentified vulnerability patched in Adobe’s Flash Player. Due to the vulnerability (which was said to be patch [...]
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