French forensic researchers have found a hack, where thieves were embedding two chips in a bank card. The trick allowed them to perform a man-in-the-middle attack. Researchers called this the most advanced and smart card scam of all that were investigated to this date.
5 Incredible ways of easy Smartphone Hacks
At times we forget to value the fact that we are living in a sci-fi world right now, this very moment. Smart phones are a miracle of engineering and math genius that made 4 oz. of inanimate matter into a highly advanced computer, you could previously only see at shows, like Star Trek. However, the shortcoming of storing person’s entire life within a pocket-size computer is that there are wolves out there, who can’t help, but turn that wonder tech against you in ways you would never even possibly think of.
4G LTE offers faster speeds for your mobile internet connection but the change in how networks deliver connectivity comes with new mobile security risks. Are you protected?
Mobile security can be difficult to understand for those without in-depth knowledge. The reality is that we are all susceptible to having our security compromised and that there are people out there who can and will access your data if you are not careful. With 4G LTE there is all IP network access and easy connectivity from public areas, meaning there are many dangers facing you and your smartphone. Here are 5 tips to maximize your safety:
Security is a crucial component of any app released onto the market. The success of a new app depends on its ability to keep users’ details and their identities safe. Any breach of security immediately undermines the integrity of the app and its developers.
No business or enterprise can afford not to enable mobile access to employees or customers. More and more, people are using mobile devices to interact, and you need to enable them to do this but do you know how mobile security impacts your enterprise? Of course you understand, accessing data through a mobile device brings with it, its own set of security implications.
People use mobile apps as an aid in almost every aspect of their lives. They can stay updated on current events, call a cab, order groceries’ delivery, and keep in touch with family and friends, and what not. A lot of people are using mobile apps for financial transactions and banking, thus introducing and storing their credit card details and other personal data on their mobile devices. This is, when security issues start ringing the bell. There are thousands of new apps developed and released on a daily basis, but there are also daily reports on privacy and security breaches. The question is: how should mobile app security be carried out most effectively?