Tag Archive: Suspicious


Xiaomi is testing a new privacy feature that flags suspicious app behavior

The new controls will go even beyond what Android 10 offers.

What you need to know Xiaomi is reportedly working on beefing up security in MIUI 11. It’s working on a feature that notifies users when an app uses sensitive permissions. Potentially suspicious behavior, like opening another app or autostarting in the background, will also be flagged.

Privacy controls are all the rage these days, and it’s no wonder, with every day bringing a new story about  [Read More…]

LastPass warns customers to change master passwords following suspicious activity

LastPass is warning customers to change their master passwords as a result of recent suspicious activity on its network.

Though LastPass claims that the vault storing user passwords was not accessed, the company is warning users to change their master passwords. Last week the company detected some suspicious activity on the network, and was able to quickly block it.

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Saygus V2 approaching vaporware, delayed to the Fall and begins suspicious Indiegogo campaign

Rewinding back to CES at the beginning of the year, all of us were thrown-back by a super phone almost too good to be true, the Saygus V2, from a company no one heard of.  Unfortunately, it is appearing as if the V2 is in fact, too good to be true.

After encountering a few setbacks throughout the year, with no release date as of yet, it seems that Saygus is reaching desperate measures with the start of an Indiegogo campaign for its seemingly ill-fated V2.  For  [Read More…]