Apple Watch Security Features Arriving in Future Update

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*+-The Apple Watch will supposedly receive its first update soon, and with it will come some much-needed Apple Watch security features. According to 9to5Mac, the Apple Watch’s first update is currently in development and will come with some tasty new features and fixes all around, including “connectivity with other Apple devices, health and fitness features, […]

How to Delete Your Galaxy S6 Browser History

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*+-Lately privacy is a growing and top priority for many smartphone users, especially when we use our devices for anything and everything. Devices like the Galaxy S6 are pretty secure with a built-in fingerprint scanner for a lockscreen, but that isn’t always enough. If you happen to own the Galaxy S6 and would like to […]

How to Turn on Encryption for Android

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*+-Every version of Android since Android 3.0 Honeycomb has had a feature called Full Disk Encryption, but with Android 5.0 Lollipop Google promised to make this enabled by default. Here we’ll explain how to enable or turn on Encryption for your Android smartphone or tablet. Google recently flip-flopped on that promise of having all devices […]

How to Delete Your Galaxy Note 4 Browser History

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*+-These days privacy is a top priority for many smartphone users, especially when we use our devices for anything and everything. If you happen to own the Galaxy Note 4 and would like to learn how to delete or remove your browser history, we have you covered. Privacy should always be a top concern, and […]

How to Secure iMessage and FaceTime

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*+-Back in September last year, Apple introduced two-factor authentication for iCloud, and now it’s available for iMessage and FaceTime. Here’s how to enable it for these two services. Apple recently expanded the ability to secure your iCloud account further by enabling two-factor authentication for iCloud backups, allowing users to secure their iPhone and iPad backups […]

iOS 8 Jailbreak Made iOS 8 More Secure, Says Apple

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*+-iOS 8.1.1 released this week, arriving with a handful of bug fixes and performance improvements mostly for the older iPhone 4s and the iPad 2. However, one big change that most users didn’t see was that the latest update patched up the new iOS 8 jailbreak. The iOS 8 jailbreak was released last month shortly […]

How to Change Your Mac’s Admin Password

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*+-By default, your Mac’s admin password is your iCloud password. This is a new feature introduced in OS X Yosemite, but it’s something that not all users like, so here’s how to go back to using an admin password of your choice. The nice thing about past versions of OS X was that you could […]

Is Apple Pay Safe and Secure?

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*+-Apple Pay was launched earlier this week alongside the release of iOS 8.1, allowing users to buy goods with their iPhones at a number of stores, but where exactly can iPhone users take advantage of Apple’s new digital payment platform? Apple Pay is essentially the company’s own digital wallet service to take on the growing […]

5 iOS 8 Privacy Settings You Should Change

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*+-Privacy is a huge concern for a lot of people, especially with all of this NSA hoopla that’s been going around for the past year or so. Here are some privacy settings in iOS 8 that you should be aware of. No one wants to be tracked or have all of their internet activity captured […]

How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication in iCloud

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*+-Apple recently expanded the ability to secure your iCloud account further by enabling two-factor authentication for iCloud backups, allowing users to secure their iPhone and iPad backups with more than just a regular password. If you still haven’t enabled two-factor authentication for iCloud, now is a great time to do so. After the recent celebrity […]

iCloud Security Improvements Incoming, Says Apple

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*+-In light of the recent celebrity photo leak that apparently happened because of an iCloud security flaw, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the company will improve iCloud’s security features in order to prevent something like this from happening again and protect users from social engineers. Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Cook makes […]

5 Best Antivirus Apps for Android

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*+-When it comes to using smartphones these days, security and privacy is a growing concern. With the Android platform getting bigger by the day the malware threats have continued to surface and are potentially an issue worth preparing for. While malware on Android smartphones and tablets isn’t nearly as bad as some antivirus “experts” say, […]

New iOS 7 Lock Screen Bypass: So Easy It’s Scary

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*+-Lock screen bugs in iOS are nothing new, and each version of iOS has introduced different ways for curious minds to get past the iOS lock screen by taking advantage of a few tricks. However, a newly discovered iOS 7 lock screen bypass trick allows anyone to break into a passcode-protected iPhone in just a […]

iPhone iOS 7.1 Bug Allows Thieves to Disable Find My iPhone

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*+-Apple added on a layer of protection with iOS 7, requiring those who want to delete their iCloud account from their iPhone or restore it to factory settings must disable Find My iPhone first. Find My iPhone then requires you to enter your Apple ID password in order to do that. However, video proof shows that […]

Google Play Store Updated With Password Security & New Features

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*+-Google is always busy improving its applications on Android, and today the storefront for the hundreds of thousands of Android apps received a nice update. It’s loaded with new features, and some much needed security changes. Being the first update in over three months, today users are seeing a brand new Google Play Store on […]

iOS 7.0.6 for iPhone and iPad Grows Rapidly Ahead of iOS 7.1 Release

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*+-iOS 7.1 is expected to release any day now, but until then, iOS 7.0.6 is the most current version of iOS out on the market right now, and adoption for this latest version is astounding, reaching almost half of all iOS device owners. According to stats from David Smith, iOS 7.0.6 adoption is at 45.4% […]

How To Set a Passcode on the iPhone 5s Lock Screen

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*+-How can a person secure their iPhone 5s with either a four-digit or more complex alpha-numeric passcode? A new iPhone 5s or one updated to a new version of iOS 7 or higher asks users to make a Passcode to secure the phone. This four-digit code locks people out of the phone so the person can’t […]

Android Aims to Curb Malware with Google Security Services

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*+-Getting a virus or malware on your Android device isn’t nearly as easy, or as big of a concern as many media outlets claim it to be, but it is a problem. Being the biggest mobile OS on the planet, many shady characters and apps target Android. Introduced in Android 4.2 was a new piece […]

Apple Explains iPhone 5s Touch ID Fingerprint Security Measures

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*+-Apple has talked about the security measures it uses for its Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 5s in the past, but for those who want to learn even more about the security efforts that the company is taking to make sure your fingerprints are safe, Apple has detailed its security measures even further. […]

5 iPhone Privacy Settings You Should Change

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*+-Privacy is a huge concern for a lot of people, especially with all of this NSA hoopla that’s been going around for the past few months. No one wants to be tracked or have all of their internet activity captured by web companies and sold to advertising agencies, but that’s the kind of world we […]