Coming soon from Mirmay: Hide My Apps

Our users have been asking us for a secure way to hide private apps, and we’ve listened. We’re pleased to announce that our newest security app Hide My Apps is coming soon for Android. Hide My Apps will let you create two passcodes. Your personal passcode will let you view all the apps installed on … Continue reading “Coming soon from Mirmay: Hide My Apps”

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Android Malware Compromising Modern Devices

Google is shrinking the oceans of attack vectors once available to bad guys with every Android update but treacherous rivers remain for Android malware. Chief among those vectors are screen overlay techniques, which are some of the most capable features modern malware authors are abusing to compromise new and updated Android phones. Compromising modern Android … Continue reading “Android Malware Compromising Modern Devices”

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A Quick Guide to Get Started with Mobile Security

Security is a broad term. Being ‘secured’ involves carrying out a number of tasks – virtually and physically. The same applies to a mobile device. With the onset of Internet of things, our lives have become much more virtually involved that ever before. Come to think about it, I have all my documents, music collection, … Continue reading “A Quick Guide to Get Started with Mobile Security”

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New from Mirmay: GO Fans Chat App for Pokémon GO

Pokémon GO has revolutionized mobile games, and it’s getting unprecedented numbers of people out of their homes and embracing augmented reality gaming. But one thing it doesn’t have is a way of chatting with players near you. Mirmay Limited has released the solution: GO Fans, a free chat app for Pokémon GO players to find … Continue reading “New from Mirmay: GO Fans Chat App for Pokémon GO”

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The 10 Most Effective Ways to Overcome Mobile Security Problem

With advancement in technology, there’s lot more at stake than just losing your contacts or texts. If your mobile phone is lost or stolen, your personal data could be at risk. As technology grows, more windows of opportunities open for hackers who to steal your information and use it illegally. If certain precautions are not … Continue reading “The 10 Most Effective Ways to Overcome Mobile Security Problem”

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3 Tips for Fighting Ransomware on your Android Devices

Ransomware is malicious software that can lock you out of your Android device and the information it contains until you pay a bad guy money. While it’s best known for attacking PCs, ransomware like Simple Locker and Cyber Police attacks on Android devices are on the rise. You don’t have to be a cyber security … Continue reading “3 Tips for Fighting Ransomware on your Android Devices”

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5 Ways to Find a Lost Android Device

Losing a smartphone is something that can happen to anyone. Sometimes the lost Android device is nearby and easily found, but other times the device is lost or stolen, which make the search more complex. Either way, the whole process is pretty tedious and time-consuming.  Fortunately, there are some easy, handy solutions to such troublesome … Continue reading “5 Ways to Find a Lost Android Device”

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What No One Tells You About Public WiFi

Tens of millions of us in the US alone daily log into public WiFi networks – in coffee shops, on airplanes, at airports, in hotels, at libraries, in schools, in shopping malls.  Word of advice: just stop. Earlier this year a USA Today reporter dropped a bomb when he reported that on an American Airlines … Continue reading “What No One Tells You About Public WiFi”

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Do You Know What’s On Your Lost Phone?

How devastated would you be if you lost your wallet or purse?  All of your credit cards gone.  Cash too.  And perhaps travel passes, office access smartcard, driving licence, ID card, store loyalty cards, and more. Maybe it’s already happened to you.  You probably remember how terrible it made you feel.  And maybe you subsequently … Continue reading “Do You Know What’s On Your Lost Phone?”

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Is Google Bulldozing the Games Developers Over Flash?

On May 9th, Google announced its intention to deprecate Flash in favor of implementing HTML5 by default on its Chrome web browser. After so long being the mainstay of rich media, interactive websites and polished presentations, Flash could finally be moving over for a successor. It’s true that HTML 5 has several aspects to recommend … Continue reading “Is Google Bulldozing the Games Developers Over Flash?”

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