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How to setup and use Google Authenticator App in your Mobile

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment December 6, 2018

Many of you have heard about such a thing as two-factor (two-step) authentication and even use it, so in this tutorial you can learn that how to setup and use Google Authenticator App in your mobile. Since it helps to significantly increase the security of your accounts and makes it difficult for attackers to access […]

Discovered the “Obama Virus”, which disables Antiviruses

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment October 1, 2018

After the launch, the “Obama Virus” attempts to complete the processes of antivirus programs, including solutions from Kaspersky Lab, McAfee and Rising Antivirus. Experts in the field of cyber security from MalwareHunterTeam have discovered a dangerous cryptographic virus, named after former US President Barack Obama. When a device is infected with a program called the Eternal […]

How to protect your phone if you are afraid of losing it

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment September 27, 2018

Mobile phones are the main goal of pickpockets. In addition, these smart devices can easily be forgotten in the subway or on a table in a cafe. And we are so dependent on them that the loss of the phone seems to us the end of the world. But everything can be not so bad. Here’s how you […]

Google Removed 700,000 Bad Apps from Its Marketplace in 2017

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment February 1, 2018

Google Removed 700,000 Bad Apps from Its Marketplace in 2017 – “Last year we’ve more than halved the probability of a user installing a bad app, protecting people and their devices from harm’s way, and making Google Play a more challenging place for those who seek to abuse the app ecosystem for their own gain,” […]

5 Best Ways To Monitor DNS Traffic For Security Threats

By Vikrant Singh 0 Comment January 30, 2018

5 Best Ways To Monitor DNS Traffic For Security Threats –   DNS (Domain Name System) is responsible for IP resolving i.e domain names like cyberops.in will be resolved to its particular IP address as x.x.x.x. But nowadays DNS attacks are in practice in which your ip is resolved to some malicious or phishing pages […]

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