Trail 9 Web Development and Security: Old Vs. New Websites

Remember when you bought your website 3-5 years ago? You probably paid $500, $1000, or even $1500 for it, and then you got to sit

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Apple’s iCloud saved the deleted Safari browsing history over the years

According to the Russian forensic firm Elcomsoft the Apple iCloud saved deleted Safari browsing history over the years open the door to surveillance.

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Google’s iOS App Returning Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMPs) in Search Results

Google’s flagship app for iOS can finally surface AMPs in search results. One year after AMP technology being released, Google’s mobile app on one of

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Swift+Keyword(V 3.0.1)

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Dozens of popular iOS apps vulnerable to intercept of TLS-protected data

While developing a tool for evaluating mobile application security, researchers at Sudo Security Group Inc. found out something unexpected. Seventy-six popular applications in Apple’s iOS

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Enterprise Android Vs iOS: Which is More Secure?

Both iOS and Android come with features that are designed to further secure enterprise applications over and above the security level of standard consumer apps.

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9 Important Facts To Consider Before You Hire iOS App Developer

Today, hand-held gadgets and devices have to a great extent caught the consideration of the forthcoming customers. Consumers spend 2-3 hours of combined time on

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5 important web development trends to expect in 2017

Web development is in constant evolution. Thanks to advances in technology and Internet capabilities, websites can be taken further than ever before. However, it’s not

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A Facebook hack could have been exploited to retrieve the private email address of any user with a serious impact on the privacy

A smart Facebook hack allowed to retrieve the private email address of any user. The issue was discovered by the hacker Tommy DeVoss who awarded with

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Android Switcher Trojan targets routers changing DNS settings

Security experts from Kaspersky Lab have spotted a new Android Trojan, dubbed Switcher, that targets routers in order to change their DNS settings.

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