How to Find Out if You Were Impacted by the Facebook Hack

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Facebook Data Breach Had Fewer Users Impacted than Expected, But Private User Information Stolen Remember back on September 28, when Facebook announced a hacker accessed information of nearly 50 million users? The good news it’s about 20 million users less, with the full report detailing the hack affecting approximately 30 million users. On Friday, October 12, 2018, Facebook alerted their … Read More

Siri Can Discreetly Record During Police Encounters

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siri can secretly record police during traffic stops

Siri Can Now Discreetly Record When You Are Pulled Over Getting pulled over by the police can be a stressful encounter for all parties involved; luckily if you have an iPhone you now have a built in discrete recorder. In Apple’s new iOS12, Apple announced a new feature within their operating system called Shortcuts, but it isn’t the new app … Read More

How to Tell if Your Phone Has Been Hacked

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How To Tell If Your Phone is Hacked? Gone are the days when your computer was the only tech device that you needed to worry about being hacked or loaded with spyware. Now, hackers have become more advanced and have begun to load on spyware, too. While we know that the NSA and FBI can access our digital devices when … Read More

Google’s Data Breach Causes Google+ Shutdown

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Google Experiences Data Breach that Affects 500,000 Users

Repercussions and Regulations Scare Google from Announcing Data Breach On October 8th, 2018 Google disclosed a data breach that affected 500,000 users. Apparently in March of 2018, Google discovered that a bug in their API for Google+ gave access to third-party developers to not only the users of the applications but also gave the information of the user’s friends. However, … Read More

FitBit and Wearables Proving to be a Valuable Tool in Forensics

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Forensics on FitBit Help Solve a Murder

FitBits and Wearable Technology Prove to Be A Valuable Tool for Solving Crime Technology is proving to be a valuable source for law enforcement. The information contained on the digital devices we carry provide very personal insights of our daily habits. It’s no surprise that fitness wearables, mobile phones, tablets, and other devices are the first places investigators look regarding … Read More