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How Cellphone Surveillance is a Big Problem now?

  Cellphone surveillance is also known as a cellphone spying this may involve hardware that generates a fake cell phone tower to “catch” the particular users’ mobile phone and detect their physical presence. Smartphones are playing an increasingly central role in our lives, by installing an application or software we can keep track of smartphone usage, and some can even monitor their current location, we carry our smartphones almost everywhere,

 Essential Guide: Best Phone Service for Nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations generally vary in size and regularly search for assistance and support to keep up their work and efforts. To run the job smoothly, nonprofits need an office phone system that is versatile, robust, and dependable. A ton can change in a short amount of time in some random activities, so you need a system that is ready at all times. Reliable and dedicated nonprofit phone services to guarantee

How to Prevent Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying presents a tough challenge for parents and kids alike. Young people spend a lot of time on social media sites and various chat apps, both of which offer common ground for cyberbullies. Unlike physical bullying, it’s difficult for parents to identify when their child might be a victim, especially since there are few if any, physical signs. And kids are likely to hide evidence of bullying from their families. Below

Let's Talk About Your Passwords

For years, security experts have recommended complexity as a measure of strength. Your password should contain double-digit characters. Your password should contain symbols, numbers, and letters. Your password should utilize upper and lowercase letters. Shuffle in some randomness, change them periodically and finally, your password passes the minimal requirements of what is considered “secure.” But now your password is difficult to type and even harder to remember. Which would be

78% of all mobile network infections targets Android smartphones - Nokia

78% of all mobile network infections targets Android smartphones – Nokia A Nokia Threat Intelligence Report has revealed that Android smartphones have become the target malware infections, as they account for 78 percent of all mobile network infections around the world. “Today attackers are targeting a broader range of applications and platforms, including popular mobile games and new IoT devices, and developing more sophisticated and destructive forms of malware” The