by Steve Bell

Can your smartphone be hacked?

‘Can my smartphone be hacked?’ This is a question that is often asked and the answer is ‘Most certainly, yes.’ Not only can your smartphone be hacked, it can be done easily without your knowledge.

by Steve Bell

Intel, ARM and AMD chip flaws - Advice

The news that flaws in Intel, AMD and ARM chips could expose hundreds of millions of people's personal data to security breaches from hackers is certainly alarming. All computers with Intel chips from the last 10 years could be affected, with about 80 per cent of new PCs and 90 per cent of laptops carrying Intel processors.

by Steve Bell

Google ranks phishing more dangerous that data breaches

With about 1.5 billion Gmail accounts to its name, about one year ago Google launched an investigation into Gmail account hijacking. The tech beast found that phishing presents far more risks than data breaches, in which email addresses and passwords are stolen.

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