The malware sends automated replies to messages on WhatsApp and other major chat apps. Android users should be wary of messages that are being circulated on WhatsApp and other major messaging platforms and promise to provide a new color theme for WhatsApp. Disguised as an official update for the platform, the “WhatsApp Pink” theme is … More WhatsApp Pink: Watch out for this fake update
How can employees stay motivated and productive while teleworking during the COVID-19 crisis? As more of the world’s population than ever before take their equipment home to begin working remotely, the challenge is for team leaders to ensure their team members remain productive, motivated and engaged, and avoid the issues of isolation. Last year, Buffer, a company … More Keep calm and carry on working (remotely)
From time to time people get new computer equipment and need to (re-)install all their favorite programs. Often a painful and time-consuming job, but afterwards it should ease the way of working with the new equipment. Even security gurus have to undergo this procedure at regular intervals. In November 2011 I started to use Skype … More SKYPE: (S)ecurely (K)eep (Y)our (P)ersonal (E)-communications
Twitter’s controversial decision to reveal an anonymous user’s identity is a wake-up call to social media users everywhere that they really have to think twice before posting. Remember the old sayings, “there’s many a slip between cup and lip” or “loose lips sink ships”? Many of us grew up in an age where discretion was … More CyberThreats Daily: As Twitter reveals a user’s identity, what now for free speech?
This is an unfortunate time for Sony PlayStation and customers due to the recent breach. Anecdotal reports are now coming in that Sony PlayStation who opened up their gaming ecosystem recently has now potentially fallen to a password reset hack. This may not be a hack at all; however, to be cautious, we wanted to … More CyberThreats Daily: PlayStation – Rehacked reloaded?