Tinder is rolling out new features designed to help you stay safe while dating. This includes a panic button you can trigger if a date goes horribly wrong, and photo verification to ensure people are who they say they are. Which should help prevent catfishing. While Tinder has helped revolutionize dating, allowing people to hook-up
Google has launched the Password Checkup. This is a new tool built into Google’s Password Manager, which is built into your Google account. The Password Checkup is designed to keep you safe online by checking the strength and security of your passwords. Research suggests that as many as one in four Americans use common passwords.
Even if you’re careful about security when you use phones and other devices, there are still risks you might not be aware of. Security researchers regularly find new threats that could allow malicious actors to access your personal data. One unexpected source of security vulnerabilities is the motion sensor smartphones have embedded in their hardware.
Messaging service WhatsApp recently confirmed that a major vulnerability allowed hackers to install remote surveillance software on phones and other devices. The hackers used the vulnerability to target several users and was almost certainly the work of “an advanced cyber-actor.” WhatsApp carries a strong reputation as a secure messaging app. But now the Facebook-owned messenger
Uber is rolling out a new set of features for users of Uber Black and Uber Black SUV. This means you can personalize your Uber ride so it’s just the way you want it. Options include a Quiet Mode and Temperature Control, all of which can be requested via the app. What Are Uber Black
Concerns over privacy and security are one of the big reasons people use free and open source software. But today, safeguarding the data on your computer is only part of the challenge. How do we manage all the passwords for all the different accounts we create across the web? Password managers are a great way