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Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Sends User Location and Safari Search Data to Apple

Apple’s latest desktop operating system, known as Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, sends location and search data of users without their knowledge to Apple’s remote servers by default whenever a user queries the desktop search tool Spotlight, which questions users’ privacy once again. The technology firm faced criticism on Monday when users came to know about the company’s About Spotlight ... Read More »

Chinese Government Executes MITM Attack against iCloud

Apple iCloud users in China are not safe from the hackers — believed to be working for Chinese government — who are trying to wiretap Apple customers in the country. Great Fire, a reputed non-profit organization that monitors Internet censorship in China, claimed that the Chinese authorities have launched a nationwide Man in the Middle (MITM) campaign against users of ... Read More »

7 Things About Android Lollipop 5.0 You Need To Know

After offering chocolate (Kit-Kat), now Google is ready to serve you Lollipops. Google on Wednesday finally revealed the official name of its next version Android L — Android 5.0 Lollipop. The newly released Android 5.0 Lollipop ships with the latest Motorola-made Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet built by HTC, but the company did not make the Lollipop available ... Read More »

Privacy Tools — Tor Browser 4.0 and Tails 1.2 Update Released

Tor – Privacy oriented encrypted anonymizing service, has announced the launch of its next version of Tor Browser Bundle, Tor version 4.0, which disables SSL3 to prevent POODLE attack and uses new transports that are intended to defeat the Great Firewall of China and other extremely restrictive firewalls. Tor is generally thought to be a place where users come online ... Read More »