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Wiperoid app – Codes Cheatsheet

Wiperoid

Wiperoid -Lock ,Erase, Ring,Locate your mobile remotely with just an SMS. Once you loose your mobile it is less probable to have your mobile connected to internet. Wiperoid now has redefined the old process and has brought all the features offline.Below you will find the codes cheatsheet to track your lost mobile.

Wiperoid – Codes Cheatsheet

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Dangers of using a third party mobile app

Mobile apps are dominating the current business strategies which are focusing more on digitization and mobility. In today’s digital world where time to market is everything, enterprises usually approach third party vendors for developing apps which will be used for in-house purposes only. These apps serve a variety of business operations like emails, calendar, invoice generation, payment processing, etc.

On the other hand, employees are becoming more tech savvy and using 3rd party applications at workplaces. This puts both the enterprise and users at risk with mobile security and privacy threats becoming a major challenge for the IT departments.

Here are the top dangers of using third party mobile apps at workplaces.

 

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Top 5 risks in mobile payments

Top 5 risks in mobile payments

In every area, advancement in technology inevitably gives way to new vulnerabilities & risks and mobile wallets are no exception. Hackers out there actively look for loopholes in the apps and try to steal money or play foul with the consumer data, which could result into huge monetary and reputational damage to businesses.  

According to the 2015 PWC mobile wallet survey, 79% of consumers are concerned that someone might be able to steal their information when it is sent wirelessly.

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Why Apple reject Apps from AppStore?

Why Apple rejects Apps from AppStore?

Every application store has certain criteria on the basis of which they approve or reject apps that want to be listed on their app store. Apple is known to employ slightly more stringent norms as compared to its other counterparts as far as approving apps is concerned.

As of January 2016, a total of 69,973 apps were submitted to the Apple App Store with an average of 2,413 apps per day.

Before you develop your app, it’s important to become familiar with the technical, content, and design criteria that is required by Apple as part of the review process of all apps.

Here are the top 10 most common issues that cause apps to get rejected to help you better prepare your apps before submitting them for review.

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Millions of Android devices vulnerable to hacking

Sending a message to millions of Android users that their devices are vulnerable to virus attack, a team of researchers has successfully exploited the Android-based “Stagefright” bug and remotely hacked a smartphone.

Israeli software research company NorthBit claimed it had “properly” exploited the Android bug that was originally described as the “worst ever discovered”, Wired.co.uk reported.

The exploitation, called “Metaphor”, also has a video that shows the exploit being run on a Nexus 5 smartphone. NorthBit said it had also successfully tested the exploit on a LG G3, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S5 devices.

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Wiperoid – Mobile security app

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Now Lock ,Erase, Ring,Locate your mobile remotely with just an SMS. Once you loose your mobile it is less probable to have your mobile connected to internet. Wiperoid now has redefined the old process and has brought all the features offline
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