900m Android Devices On Makerket Have Fake Security Systems

US-based cybersecurity firm Checkpoint on Sunday discovered security flaws in software found used on tens of millions of android devices already on market, world over.

This flaws can give a hacker complete access to the system of any of the implicated devices thereby taking the gadget's full control, including making calls, taking photographs and sending SMS. 

The research firm discovered the bug when looking at software running on chipsets made by US company Qualcomm.

Cybersecurity Firm Warns Against Using Wireless Keyboards, Mice

Information typed on a wireless keyboard can easily be intercepted or snooped on, a cybersecurity research firm has warned.

San Francisco-based Bastille said these keyboards transmit what is being typed without any encryption, making the "text very clear" and possible for hackers to access from a distance of up to 76m (250ft) away.

The firm added that earlier in 2016, wireless mice were also insecure to use as their research showed attackers can spoof poorly protected signals, letting them use PCs as if they were sitting in front of them.

How to Reply Individual Messages, Bold, Italicize Text in WhatsApp Group


With the increasing need to use social media, people are now more interested in accuracy and making the whole thing look more real.

With this in mind, Whatsapp, a now giant social media platform, has in its latest version, allowed each member in a group to reply to an individual message in that group so that even those who find the messages already posted, can be in position to respond to particular issues raised when they were offline.

On top of this, there is a provision of formatting the messages and change the way they look.