Gmail no longer for Windows XP and Windows Vista

Gmail no longer for Windows XP and Windows Vista Users on Chrome

Beginning February 8, 2017, Google will demonstrate a flag at the top point of the Gmail interface for clients who are still on Google Chrome Browser v53 and underneath to urge upgrading up to the most recent adaptation of...
Browser Autofill Feature Poses Security Risks

Browser Autofill Feature Poses Security Risks

Browser Autofill feature helps you to save your credentials like call, email, address, cellphone quantity, etc. so you don’t have to fill it manually time and again.Tragically, it's helpful for attackers, as well. Despite that maximum users see Autofill feature as a...
KYOCERA Introduces Washable Smartphone

KYOCERA Introduces Washable Smartphone

Rafre KYV40 is a successor to the first DIGNO rafre, which propelled in December 2015 as the world's first hand-soap-washable smartphone. Kyocera Corporation (President: Goro Yamaguchi)announced the arrival of the new rafre smartphone for Japanese service provider KDDI Corporation.This product...
Google Trust Services

Google switches to own Root Certificate Authority “Google Trust Services”

Google is switching to its own Root Certificate Authority for issuing its own TLS/SSL certificates for securing its web traffic via HTTPS, and not rely on intermediaries, as it was so for. In the past years, Google has used certificates...
Facebook supports USB security keys

Enhanced Security – Facebook supports USB security keys

None of us need strangers getting to our account on the web. You may use a password manager or two-factor validation by SMS, yet there's another way you can remain ensured - physical security keys. Today Facebook reported that USB...

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