• Snapchat issues a response to recent security concerns

    Snapchat has released a statement regarding the recent findings that their service can be used to attach phone numbers to names, leading to identification of users. While Snapchat had been aware of the issue since August, the

    January 2, 2014 • Views: 735

  • Snapchat code exploit published after being ignored

    Snapchat, which prides itself for its privacy and security features, might have just become completely insecure. Researchers have now published undocumented API and code to two exploits that not only opens up the service to spam

    December 25, 2013 • Views: 815

  • Skype takes action, removes vulnerabilities

    If you’re following the scoreboard, last week we reported that Skype for Android had a vulnerability which allowed a third party to harvest a user’s data without their consent. Skype replied that they were taking

    April 24, 2011 • Views: 389

  • Flash Exploit can nail early versions of Android

    Adobe has announced a critical vulnerability in Flash Player and earlier versions which may, and we do underscore MAY, affect early versions of the Android OS. The vulnerability causes a crash and could also allow a

    April 12, 2011 • Views: 301

  • Google Nabs more Exploits from the MarketPlace

    The latest battle in the war against malicious apps is joined as Google has reported via it’s mobile blog that a number of new Android Apps repackaged with malware have been removed. In addition to wiping the apps from the

    March 7, 2011 • Views: 225

  • Root Your HTC Desire

    Yesterday Modaco promised to release the instructions to root your HTC Desire. Well, today is the big day. If you’re ready to root your Desire and unleash its full potential, follow the instructions after the break.

    April 28, 2010 • Views: 1175