Data Protection Challenges in Hybrid working model
Organizations are discovering that their workforce is unwilling to give up remote work as offices reopen. People who began working remotely due to COVID-19 largely support it and plan to do so in the future. Companies can no longer claim that they can’t operate remotely (a popular argument for avoiding remote work before 2020). But, […]Read More
Dark Patterns and Privacy Concerns: How to tackle them
What are Dark Patterns? Dark patterns are part of a deceptive technique employed by websites and apps to trick users into handing over something valuable. Dark patterns rule the user’s priorities. They can force users to take actions they wouldn’t have chosen otherwise. In other words, dark patterns are a user experience that influences users […]Read More
Controversies About Cyberbullying and Internet Privacy
Cyberbullying is sending, uploading, or spreading hurtful, destructive, misleading, or cruel content about someone else. It may also entail disclosing sensitive or private facts about another individual in an embarrassing or humiliating manner. Some cyberbullying goes too far and becomes illegal or criminal behaviour. The right or obligation to maintain one’s privacy about the online […]Read More
How to perform API hacking using an Android Emulator?
API hacking exploits vulnerabilities in an API (Application Programming Interface) to gain unauthorized access to data or perform malicious actions. One way to perform API hacking is by using an android emulator, software that allows you to run android applications on your computer. Steps before API Hacking using Android Emulator Before you begin, you will […]Read More
A Guide to Social Engineering Attacks
Social engineering attacks are a deception in which attackers use various tactics to manipulate individuals into divulging sensitive information or performing specific actions. These tactics include phishing, pretexting, baiting, quid pro quo, and tailgating. Phishing Phishing is sending emails or messages that appear to be from a legitimate source, such as a bank or a […]Read More
Webcam Hackers: How to Know If your Laptop Camera is Hacked?
All the webcam hackers only have to slip remote-control malware to hijack your laptop camera. They can also access your files, text messages, and browsing history when they do so. However, it’s easy to spot the red flags and enhance your laptop’s camera security. Initially, you have to check if the camera indicator light is […]Read More