Posts Tagged ‘Security’

Android App: Lookout Mobile Security

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

Your smartphone is vital to your work and everyday life. Lookout provides award-winning security to protect you from viruses, malware and spyware, the ability to backup and restore your data, and tools to help locate lost or stolen phones. Lookout’s unique cross-platform, cloud-connected applications are designed to be lightweight and efficient while delivering the best protection possible. Our unique technology scans applications worldwide, allowing us to find and stop threats before they ever become a risk to you — so you can rest assured that you’re protected from the threats that can get between you and your phone, automatically. All in a friendly, easy to use app. Lookout products are available on the Android, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry platforms.

Link: Lookout

How To Catch Linux System Intruders

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Tripwire generates checksums from all the essential binaries that are running on your system. Every file has a completely unique checksum. If a single bit of data changes in the file, the checksum it generates will be completely different.

Link: TechRadar

10 Best Hacking & Security Software Tools For Linux

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

Linux is a hacker’s dream computer operating system. It supports tons of tools and utilities for cracking passwords, scanning network vulnerabilities, and detecting possible intrusions. Here is a collection of 10 of the best hacking and security software tools for Linux.

Link: Junauza

5 Best Password Managers

Friday, November 7th, 2008

You’ve got enough to keep track of in your day-to-day life without filling your head with the countless logins and passwords you’ve racked up over the years, and the Post-It note on your monitor just isn’t an option. Luckily, there are several fantastic and secure password management applications designed to make it easy for you to remember, manage, and secure your passwords effortlessly. Here are five of them.

Link: Lifehacker