Posts Tagged 'app security'

Feeling spooked? It may be because a ‘dead’ mobile app has come back to haunt you… Termed “dead” or “stale,” these waning apps introduce a multitude of security vulnerabilities to a workplace environment, and thus have been coined one of the biggest mobile security risks facing enterprises today. For some background, a ‘dead’ app is […]

Hola, Ciao, Bonjour, Gutentag, Nihao – Hello! Do you ever receive phone calls from unknown numbers, prompting you to stare at your phone skeptically as it buzzes next to you? Or, perhaps you decide to pick up a call only to be blindsided by telemarketers or your crazy Aunt Linda. Facebook is out to change […]

For better or for worse, we’ve ended up amidst a society built on information sharing. There are a number of apps and sites that not only allow—but encourage you to disperse inherently personal details. In some cases, information that you traditionally would have wanted to keep private (such as a financial transaction) is shared easily […]

The universal truth about secrets? They almost always tend to get leaked. This was the case for a cross-platform messaging app, which flaunted the privacy offered by a “Secret Chats” messaging feature. This messaging app describes itself as a privacy-oriented app, intended for sending encrypted personal or business secrets without storing them to memory. However, […]

Nowadays, most people are constantly on the go–multi-tasking while moving from one place to the next. The majority of the time this results in sales pitches, meetings and important discussions being conducted over our smartphones. This means, the successful completion of your call is reliant on the battery life of your trusted mobile device. Picture […]