Amazon Reportedly Files Patent Application for Pay-By-Selfie Authentication

Amazon Reportedly Files Patent Application for Pay-By-Selfie Authentication

By Carrie Ann - Mar 16, 2016

Soon passwords will be replaced by a simple selfie. Seattle-based Amazon has filed for a patent application on Pay-By-Selfie system that uses customer’s selfies instead of passw

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Chinese government accused of decade of cyber attacks on Southeast Asia

Chinese government accused of decade of cyber attacks on Southeast Asia

By Christy Gren - Apr 14, 2015

According to the California-based security software firm FireEye, the Chinese government is behind a newly discovered set of malware attacks against businesses, government agenci

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Google disqualifies Chinese internet security certificates after trust breach

Google disqualifies Chinese internet security certificates after trust breach

By Anna Domanska - Apr 02, 2015

Google announced on its official security blog on Wednesday that it will not recognise security certificates issued by the official China Internet Network Information Centre (CNN

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Automakers condemned for cybersecurity failings, most cars are at the risk of being hacked

Automakers condemned for cybersecurity failings, most cars are at the risk of being hacked

By Anna Domanska - Feb 10, 2015

The business of manufacturing cars has been evolving day by day. Cars now have become much faster, less noisy and can even drive around without the need for a human driver. While c

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Media and tech entities rally behind Microsoft in digital privacy case

Media and tech entities rally behind Microsoft in digital privacy case

By Carrie Ann - Dec 17, 2014

Microsoft has drummed up an impressive amount of support from ten groups of top technology, media and business organizations in its fight against the American government, which is

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Facebook updates its privacy policies to make it easier to understand

Facebook updates its privacy policies to make it easier to understand

By Anna Domanska - Nov 15, 2014

Facebook updated its privacy policies on Thursday, making it easier for the 1.3 billion users of the social network to take control of their own privacy. The social network launch

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McAfee Announces Its Annual “12 Scams Of The Holidays” List To Warn Consumers Of Cybersecurity Threats This Holiday Season

McAfee Announces Its Annual “12 Scams Of The Holidays” List To Warn Consumers Of Cybersecurity Threats This Holiday Season

By Carrie Ann - Nov 12, 2014

Security software firm McAfee announced its annual “12 Scams of the Holidays” list to bring awareness among the public on the most popular ways cyber scrooges scam consumers d

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Palo Alto Networks discovers new WireLurker malware app, targeted at Apple devices

Palo Alto Networks discovers new WireLurker malware app, targeted at Apple devices

By Anna Domanska - Nov 06, 2014

Cyber security software maker Palo Alto Networks Inc said on Wednesday that they had found a new method in which hackers can infect Apple products. The new family of malware, dubbe

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Apple issues security warning for iCloud following reports of hacks in China

Apple issues security warning for iCloud following reports of hacks in China

By Anna Domanska - Oct 27, 2014

On Tuesday, Apple posted a new security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service amid reports of a determined effort to intercept customer information and other data

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