PayPal and Crime Stoppers have joined forces this “National Cyber Security Awareness Week” to ask consumers to “be smarter about sharing their personal information online” following the surveyed ‘scare’ about what people online choose to share!
I'm working on Paypal integration into my application. I'm done with everything regarding application part and I can execute it with demo key of Paypal for payment. But I still have doubt on one thing. Does the user who hold the paypal account only have to get the appid for application so that the payment will be to his account.
It’s become something of a predictable phenomenon: an article, op-ed, or blog post will surface with an incendiary quote indicating that privacy is dead, or that Internet users have given up privacy with abandon. A slew of data is thrown around – often reporting on teenagers’ online habits – and a eulogy for privacy is [...]
Norton is famous for privacy and security protection, including some work done on Android. Yesterday, they released a new version of their latest Android application that contains their new Mobile Insight technology, which analyzes different aspects of Android applications to see where major security breaches may be coming from.
One particularly surprising security leak was Facebook.
Aside from revealing the names of specific programs that the government has been using to violate the privacy of all and sundry, to most people who have been keeping track of what’s going on over the past twenty years or more, nothing Edward Snowden has so far revealed is news.
The launch of Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) has got to be the most controversial one yet, especially because of some privacy blunders made by Canonical. Users have to know that the new Ubuntu has privacy features which are largely unknown to the public.In the Settings panel there is a Privacy entry that hasn’t been sufficiently publ... (read more)