The United States government and the NSA needs to come out and provide the American public with a comprehensive list of the ways in which we are being watched. We need to know when our phone lines are being tapped. We need to know when our mail is being monitored and we need to know when our Internet access is being followed and documented.
In about one second, they were able to use a Samsung Galaxy SIII and an app that shall remain nameless to do the deed. Information like the card number, expiration date and name was quickly stolen with a simple walk by.
Reverse Email Lookup: What, Why, and How? When it comes to communicating with people these days, asking for an email address is as common as asking for a phone number, if not more so. With the increasing prevalence of smart phones, people can access their email accounts whenever and wherever they like. Unlike making some …
In the wake of horrible Hurricane Katrina, State Farm is accused of burying, modifying and hiding damage reports to keep from having to pay.
So-called hacktivists often look for ways to break through security measures, more as a challenge than through any wish to cause malicious damage. They tend to publicly share their findings, which can cause some harm to users affected if the identifiers aren’t properly redacted before publication
A good contractor will be able to look at your home and give you a list of work that needs to be done along with a price rundown and a final estimate. A good contractor should also be able to provide a good list of references.
In an exclusive interview with Wired McAfee states that he believes the police will kill him if they find him.
While donating to the cleanup and recovery efforts is certainly a good thing, the government is warning people to watch out for scams. If you want to help the recovery efforts, there are legitimate ways to do so.
The good news is there are a number of ways to protect yourself from dirty money
Many users think of their phones as a mini computer, but still fail to take the proper precautions for protection. With the latest round of malware affecting Android smartphones, it’s plain to see that something needs to be done.