Category Archives: Security

New malwares for Macs

macOS is well secured operating system with relative low market share. In past, malware “developers” mostly weren’t interested in Mac, but time is changing and with growing number of Mac users, especially after success of iPhone, Mac is becoming more popular among these “developers”. Recently, three new malwares were discovered. If you recently downloaded Flash Player or popular… Read More »

Image reverse “googling”

In this world of social networks, like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc, where we upload our personal photos or “selfies”, we may meet with steal of identity. Photos, like mentioned “selfies”, are very easy to download and to abuse. Someone may create fake profile with your photo and claim that it’s you. It may cause a lot of problems… Read More »

Warning! App Store developer steals apps!

Although Apple’s App Store has strict restrictions and app control, sometimes we can find fake software or malware. And this article will be about fake software. One app developer named “NGUYEN THOANG” is creating fake software! I personally use FileBrowser by Stratospherix and ProCam 3 by Samer Azzam – both of them are faked by this developer! Developer… Read More »

1Blocker is coming to Mac!

Since iOS 9, Apple released new APIs for Safari browser – Content Blockers. Now you can block annoying ads, trackers etc. directly in Safari without need to get another browser with built-in blockers. One of the best content blocker is 1Blocker by Salavat Khanov. I have written about it (and Adblock Plus) HERE. And now, it’s coming right… Read More »

Be aware of fake security software!

Internet is full of malware and fake security software. With social engineering they may get your administrator password. Maybe you think “that’s impossible, I take care, I never provide administrator password to other people”. But fake security software may not directly see your password, but can make damage to your computer by granting administrator rights. Still impossible? Let’s… Read More »

iOS 9 Content Blockers for Safari

Nobody likes flashing banners, pop-ups and other types of annoying ads. Classic desktop browsers did get many ad-blocking plugins, but default mobile browser on iOS, Safari, did not. You had to install another 3rd party browser with included feature, like ad blocking. Yea, full browser for one feature. And if you wanted another feature which was not included… Read More »