Dashlane Premium: Store and manage all of your passwords with military-grade encryption $49.99 [Deal of the Day]

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Are you dealing with password fatigue? It’s at least once per day when I take pause at my keyboard and think to myself, “there’s gotta be a better way”. With dozens of passwords floating around in our heads for all sorts of sensitive information and access, it’s a ...

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Security: Android vs iOS and does it matter?

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Security on our personal devices has never been a bigger issue. From the NSA, to malware, users have never been more aware of security concerns. Today, we’re going to look to see if there is a better option between Android and iOS. Now, before everyone gets up in arms and calling their ...

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Samsung introduces My KNOX app for better business security

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Samsung has just launched a new App aimed at the Enterprise to enhance their KNOX mobile security offering. The new App called My KNOX is designed to offer better protection for employees who use Samsung devices for their work. The My KNOX App currently only works on the Samsung Galaxy S5 and ...

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Android L to offer default encryption on data, working towards making a more secure Android

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Android has always suffered from a big security problem: all Android devices offer data encryption, but most users don’t know how to turn it on, or even what it is. That’s why Google is turning on data encryption automatically with the new release of Android L. The automatic data ...

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VIPole Secure Messenger Review

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In a world where the topic of security is becoming so mainstream now, privacy and the content that is on our devices is an ever growing concern, even for the average user. Security used to be something that the techies worried about, curating scenarios and encrypting data to safeguard ...

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How to set up 2-step Google account verification (step-by-step)

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You can never be too safe when it comes to your online accounts. Luckily Google has a way to make it nearly impossible for anyone to log into your account even if they have your login credentials. 2-step verification is a truly great way to keep intruders out of the picture and if you’d ...

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Samsung may hand KNOX Security over to Google, report suggests

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During Google I/O, Sundar Pichai surprisingly was heard touting Samsung’s Knox security platform, despite market adoption of the technology sitting at less than 2%. Samsung is ‘giving’ Knox to Google, who will now take the lead on Android security, and with Knox obtaining US ...

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TimePIN: Keep your device secure

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TimePIN is a security app for android devices, with the concept being that every minute, you have a new passcode. The application uses your system clock to change your passcode. There are four options in this app. Offset PIN, Double PIN, Mirror PIN and Reverse PIN. Each one modifies the time to ...

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Lock down your Apps with Lockdown Pro [App of the Day]

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Everyone appreciates privacy, and sometimes just having a pin code or unlock pattern on your device is not satisfactory enough to feel like your information contained within your device is protected enough – especially if you’re wife insists on knowing that unlock code! This is ...

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Lookout beats Minnesota, California, and CTIA with anti-theft feature

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This morning Lookout announced a product feature that has been all over the news recently as legislatures rush to enact anti-theft measures on mobile devices. Their new feature is called Theft Alerts and promises to help protect your device from thieves by enabling some advanced security ...

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How to secure your Android device [Android 101]

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The devices we carry everyday can hold to most precious information to us – credit card numbers, passwords, you name it. So what happens if you device is stolen or misplaced? You’d definitely want that information to be protected from getting into the wrong hands. Luckily there are ...

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How to add/remove lock screen widgets [Android 101]

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Since their introduction in Android 4.2, lock screen widgets have been a hugely popular feature on the Android platform. What are lock screen widgets? They are widgets that you can access from your lock screen, without having to enter inside the device. We’ll tell you how to add and ...

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Google gets proactive in Android app scanning

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Google has pushed one step closer to cracking down on the number of malicious applications that make it onto our handsets by implementing the Verify Apps service. Google offers a built-in service layer that offers protection to your device and Google are now building on this with Verify Apps. ...

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Google adds HTTPS encryption to Gmail between their servers

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Google has always had HTTPS for Gmail since 2010, a secure web protocol which employs certificates to ensure the authenticity of the source of the webpage you are viewing, but it didn’t stop eyes from seeing what was being backed up and sent between the internal servers for Gmail. The new ...

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Google steps up security for non-Play Store apps

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Google, over the next few weeks, will beef up its security for apps installed from sources outside of the Google Play Store. According to details revealed at the RSA Conference, Google will enhance the protective measures for those apps which are installed from external sources. While Google ...

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