Step 1 – Wash your hands. By Following the steps given by WHO i.e steps to wash your hands properly. Step 2 – Use a alcohol based product to clean your phone. Preferably a sanitizer. Do not apply it directly on the Phone use a paper towel or a micro towel. Step 3 – Remove […]
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In February, Arnaud Granal, a software developer working on a Chromium-based browser called Kiwi, searched for the head of X-client-data, which Chrome sent to Google when a Google web page was requested, representing a unique identifier that could be used to track people on the web across. As such, it may invade Europe’s privacy regulations. […]
Using too many cybersecurity tools can possibly reduce your organization’s security. A valid argument when we are using too many tools is that some tools may interfere with the rest of the tools. Antivirus package has been a classic example of this idea. If there is more than one antivirus in the same system then […]
Google has released a tool devised to detect the USB keystroke injections and then be able to detect devices that sent them. With easy-to-find keystroke injection tools, they are able to send keystrokes faster while not being the victim. Posted in USB, the keystroke injection attack requires a Personal Device Call. According to Linux systems, a […]
Keyloggers can be built using a smartphone’s gyroscope sensor and how Android users can be safeguarded.
By Aneesh A S
All smartphones are equipped with a sensor called gyroscope. It determines the precise direction of the device`s tilt. This can be used to automatically activate some functions like auto-rotate screen , handling a vehicle in a racing game and many more. These sensors are becoming more precise as smartphones evolve. Two researchers from UC Davis […]