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Russian Intelligence Agency Can Tap Skype Users Without Court Order - Even since Microsoft acquired Skype, a number of issues have cropped up regarding the privacy and security of the tool. Some claim that Microsoft has created backdoors in Skype to allow legitimate wiretapping. It has now been found out that Russian Federal Security Service can tap into users\ Skype without a court order. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Russian Intelligence Agency Can Tap Skype Users Without Court Order - Even since Microsoft acquired Skype, a number of issues have cropped up regarding the privacy and security of the tool. Some claim that Microsoft has created backdoors in Skype to allow legitimate wiretapping. It has now been found out that Russian Federal Security Service can tap into users\ Skype without a court order. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Skype Denies Charges Of Police Surveillance Policy - Skype, the popular online tool to make audio/video calls over internet has recently been criticized from multiple quarters. The service had been lambasted for allegedly colluding with Microsoft in wiretapping user's data. The exact charge was that Skype was collaborating with law enforcement agencies and would be tapping user data to hand it over to police when required. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Skype Denies Charges Of Police Surveillance Policy - Skype, the popular online tool to make audio/video calls over internet has recently been criticized from multiple quarters. The service had been lambasted for allegedly colluding with Microsoft in wiretapping user's data. The exact charge was that Skype was collaborating with law enforcement agencies and would be tapping user data to hand it over to police when required. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Judge Refuses Feds Access To User Data From Google, Yahoo, Skype -  [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Judge Refuses Feds Access To User Data From Google, Yahoo, Skype - [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Fake Instagram App For Android Devices Contains Malware - Instragram has been immensely popular with iOS users and ever since the company has announced plans to launch an app for Android too, Android users have been ecstatic. However, it now seems that many rather notorious fellows are trying to play at this popularity by creating fake Instagram apps to make quick money out of it through hidden, nefarious malware. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Fake Instagram App For Android Devices Contains Malware - Instragram has been immensely popular with iOS users and ever since the company has announced plans to launch an app for Android too, Android users have been ecstatic. However, it now seems that many rather notorious fellows are trying to play at this popularity by creating fake Instagram apps to make quick money out of it through hidden, nefarious malware. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

New Skype Trojan Infects Systems To Mine Bitcoins - A new Skype Trojan circulating around the web is using infected machines to mine Bitcoins. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

New Skype Trojan Infects Systems To Mine Bitcoins - A new Skype Trojan circulating around the web is using infected machines to mine Bitcoins. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Security Researchers Criticize LinkedIn App For Transferring iOS Calendar Entries - With the explosive growth of mobile platform, hundreds of thousands of mobile apps are now available. And with the availability of such apps, the issue of security of user data used by these apps has come to limelight. A number of apps, such as Path, have recently been grilled for using the data of the users without their explicit permission. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Security Researchers Criticize LinkedIn App For Transferring iOS Calendar Entries - With the explosive growth of mobile platform, hundreds of thousands of mobile apps are now available. And with the availability of such apps, the issue of security of user data used by these apps has come to limelight. A number of apps, such as Path, have recently been grilled for using the data of the users without their explicit permission. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Malware Targets Users Visiting Yahoo.com, Security Firm Reveals -  [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Malware Targets Users Visiting Yahoo.com, Security Firm Reveals - [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Samsung Knox: Providing Advanced Security For Your Android Handset -  [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Samsung Knox: Providing Advanced Security For Your Android Handset - [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Flame: The Most Dangerous Malware To Have Hit The Web - We recently informed you that Kaspersky Labs has detected a new malware which is being called Flame. The malware is the most notorious of all the known malwares in that none of the current security solutions can adequately address it. So, flame is able to nick away data and infect the user's computer without letting the user know at all. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Flame: The Most Dangerous Malware To Have Hit The Web - We recently informed you that Kaspersky Labs has detected a new malware which is being called Flame. The malware is the most notorious of all the known malwares in that none of the current security solutions can adequately address it. So, flame is able to nick away data and infect the user's computer without letting the user know at all. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

"Introducing the new Chromebook. The 249 dollar laptop from Google. Built for everyday use and perfect for sharing with others (if you really have to). Finally, a hassle-free computer. No annoying updates. Nothing complicated to learn. No expensive software to buy. Starts in seconds. And comes with all your favorite Google apps." said Google's website as the search giant in collaboration with Samsung unveiled a low cost laptop based on Google's Chrome web browser. via google.com

"Introducing the new Chromebook. The 249 dollar laptop from Google. Built for everyday use and perfect for sharing with others (if you really have to). Finally, a hassle-free computer. No annoying updates. Nothing complicated to learn. No expensive software to buy. Starts in seconds. And comes with all your favorite Google apps." said Google's website as the search giant in collaboration with Samsung unveiled a low cost laptop based on Google's Chrome web browser. via google.com

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