Instant Messaging and Threats Related to Identity Theft Online

IM messaging security threats

Instant messaging (aka IM) has become very popular nowadays, with the statistics depicting that 2.9 billion users have enjoyed the benefits of IM via apps, such as WhatsApp, Snapchat, and LINE. It is worth noting that social media users stretch to 2.4 billion users, just to keep a perspective. Nowadays, people have begun choosing IM, …

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Russian Apps Raise Concerns over Privacy

Russia Turns to Western Companies like Twitter for Enforcement

There are two brace apps from Russia that have raised grave concerns over privacy among individuals and businesses alike. As a result, there is debate as to whether or not such apps should be used. The first one is an actual system, which is used to intercept the conversations of employees. Natalya Kasperskaya and Infowatch …

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Google Play pulled off fraudulent BatteryBot Pro app serving malware

Fraudulent BatteryBot Pro App Serves Malware

A new sort of android malware developed with many malicious intents had been active in the form of a malicious application, which is a clone of the best rated battery indication application for Android devices named BatteryBot Pro. The fake BatteryBot offered almost same features that a target (the user who downloads/installs it) could discover …

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