10 Essential Tips to Secure Your Wi-Fi Enabled Home Security Camera

Today, many people are asking themselves whether Wi-Fi enabled security cameras are safe to use. Obviously, they are designed to keep you and your family safe by minimizing the risk of intruders. But, at the same time, there are also a few security concerns that come with them as well. […]

Android Q Scoped Storage: Best Practices and Updates

Posted by Jeff Sharkey, Software Engineer, and Seb Grubb, Product Manager Application Sandboxing is a core part of Android’s design, isolating apps from each other. In Android Q, taking the same fundamental principle from Application Sandboxing, we introduced Scoped Storage. Since the Beta 1 release, you’ve given us a lot […]

And the 2019 Google Play Award nominees are…

Posted by Purnima Kochikar, Director, Apps and Games Business Development, Google Play Drum roll please! To kick off Google I/O this year, the 2019 Google Play Awards will take place on Monday, May 6th. We’re excited to highlight nine categories this year, some familiar and some new, to recognize developers […]

Amazon Asks Delivery Drivers To Take Selfies To Reduce Frauds

Amazon Is Asking Its ‘Flex Drivers’ To Verify Their Identities Using Selfies In an effort to reduce fraud from delivery drivers, the world’s largest online retailer, Amazon, is now asking them to take selfies to identify themselves before they can continue to work. The new requirement is applicable to Amazon […]

Anonymous Arabe hacks and deface Government website of Morocco.

Hacker going with the handle kjfido who is also a member of Anonymous Arabe, hacked and defaced the government website of Morocco, of the province of El Jadida.the hacked website was showing a deface page as shown in the screenshot provided below: A short message was displayed on the defaced website(https://www.eljadida.gov.ma/), […]

Microsoft’s latest patch crashes antivirus programs of Sophos, Avira, Avast, McAfee

Microsoft’s recent security update affecting anti-malware software from Sophos, Avira, Avast, McAfee Microsoft’s recently released April 9 monthly rollup update is causing compatibility issues with anti-malware software from Sophos, Avira, ArcaBit, Avast, and McAfee. The antivirus titles that are affected are Sophos Endpoint and Sophos Enterprise Console, Avira antivirus software, ArcaBit […]

Windows Zero-Day Vulnerability Allow Hackers To Take Complete Control Over PC

Microsoft patch zero-day vulnerability discovered by Kaspersky Labs Microsoft last week released a patch for a Windows zero-day vulnerability that could allow hackers to take full control over a targeted device. Kaspersky Lab researchers, Vasily Berdnikov and Boris Larin, who discovered the zero-day vulnerability last month reported the vulnerability to […]

Facebook admits storing “millions” of Instagram passwords in plain text

Facebook exposed “millions” of Instagram passwords in plain text In yet another shocking admission by Facebook, the company said that not “tens of thousands” but “millions” of Instagram users were actually affected by the password leak that happened last month. Back then, Facebook had announced in a blog post dated […]

TiKTok app removed from Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store

Google and Apple remove TikTok from their App Stores following court orders China’s Bytedance Technology’s hugely popular video app, TikTok has been removed from Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store in India following a local court’s decision. However, users who have already installed the TikTok app on their devices […]

Android Studio 3.4

Posted by Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android After nearly six months of development, Android Studio 3.4 is ready to download today on the stable release channel. This is a milestone release of the Project Marble effort from the Android Studio team. Project Marble is our focus on making the fundamental […]