Tag Archives: Privacy

#OpCISA: Anonymous threatens congressmen & their families over cyber security bill

The hacktivist collective Anonymous going with the Twitter handle of Anon_Messenger has threatened congress lawmakers to back off over CISA cyber security bill if they value the “sanctity of their loved ones” and themselves or face the consequences in shape of massive on ground protest. Anonymous has released two video messages on YouTube and a transcript…Read More…

Anti-NSA Blackphone arrived with a Bang and Sold Out

Blackphone is the result of collaboration between Silent Circle, an anti-NSA encryption powerhouse, and Geeksphone a company founded and owned by an ex tech prodigy. The phone is already being shipped around the world and the initial inventory reveals that it is “sold out.” Although security-conscious cell phones have always been in demand but the…Read More…

This is How You Stop Facebook From Using Your Browsing History

A couple of weeks ago, the social media giant Facebook announced that in order to serve us with targeted ads - it will starting using our data that it collects from apps. It actually means that Facebook will now use your browsing history to earn money and benefit its advertisers. Today, we are going to help you…Read More…

iCloak Stik Aims To Put Robust Online Privacy In The Hands Of The Many, Not The Few

 Meet iCloak Stik: a plug and play device that’s being designed to make robust online privacy accessible to the many not the few — by enabling an average computer user to route their browsing via the Tor or I2P anonymizing networks so it can’t be tracked. Read MoreRead More…

Pentagon orders 500 high-tech spy glasses with facial-recognition program

The Pentagon, headquarters of the United States Department of Defense is about to get their hands on 500 high-tech spy glasses. Patrick Turner of Defense One reports that with the help of these glasses, security agents will be able to get secret information on ground. These glasses are called ‘’the X6’’, are developed by a…Read More…

Anger mounts over Facebook’s news feed experiment, company denies wrongdoing

Facebook’s admission that it manipulated news feeds to measure how it would impact user response is kicking up a great deal of controversy — and the company doesn’t seem to understand the problem.Read More…

New, security-minded Blackphone is ready to ship, and it’s packing Nvidia hardware

The first reviews of the privacy-minded Blackphone are in, and the product is impressive. It’s also one of the first times we’ve seen Nvidia’s Tegra 4i in action. Does the company’s budget quad-core still have what it takes to compete in the modern mar…Read More…

Pro-Privacy Blackphone Now Shipping

 The pro-privacy Blackphone, a hardened Android smartphone that focuses on making rigorous security features more accessible to a general phone user, has started shipping to its first wave of buyers. Blackphone is a partnership between Spanish mobile maker Geeksphone and security company Silent Circle. The phone, which uses a “security-oriented” Android build called… Read MoreRead More…

Google Glass can easily steal your Phone’s PIN

Google Glass is yet to get the retail release, but it seems like it has lots of things which might prevent useres from purchasing it. According to recent study by the University of Massachusetts Lowell,… The post Google Glass can easily steal your Phone’s PIN appeared first on TechnoDify | Redefining Technology.Read More…

NSA harvested data on millions but spied on just 248 Americans

Since Snowden’s leaks regarding NSA’s surveillance act we are quite clear regarding the fact that NSA has been spying over masses. But, a recent transparency report has proved it all wrong. It states: NSA’s reach is too small; it esquires less than 30 percent of total Americans’ call records. Furthermore, NSA’s surveillance act only lasts over a mere…Read More…