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What to do when your Data gets corrupted!!

Ever happened that one day you open your photos folder and photos appear like the above picture or it just doesn’t open with the error of media corrupted?

If yes then you are not alone! Data corruption is very common more than you think. From the beginning of the computer era, users have faced files and data corruption. In normal words, data corruption stands for altering of files data from its original condition. (more…)

RANSOMWARE isn’t over yet!! Are you protected!!

Is your computer’s running on Microsoft Windows?? YES! Then you need to take these steps—right away.

Here’s why:

Hackers exploited a weakness in older Microsoft Windows servers to perform a large-scale global cyber-attack using ransomware — a wicked software that holds your computer hostage for ransom — and a hacking tool stolen from the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). The gigantic attack left victims locked out of their PCs with an assurance of returned access if $300 was paid in digital currency […]

Tool Designed to Recovery Data from MacBook Pro 2016’s soldered-on SSD

The 2016 MacBook Pro is even harder to repair than its predecessor. An iFixIt teardown revealed that the SSD is soldered onto the laptop’s logic board, along with the RAM and the CPU. Even the battery is glued on.

If the SSD on the 2016 MacBook Pro, or the MacBook Pro itself, runs into trouble, Apple’s tool provides a data lifeline. Apple’s new customer data migration tool is specifically designed for the new 2016 (more…)

Data Recovery – Prevents the Loss of Data

While it’s important to know the best tactics for data recovery, preventing the loss of data in the first place is vital. Consumers should engage in some best practices to ensure their data is protected. A first step is to simply handle storage devices carefully. For example, consumers can protect hard drives by handling them carefully, using high-quality surge protection, and managing temperatures and air flow to the computer or external HDD doesn’t overheat. (more…)

How Your Android Phone Gets Infected with Virus

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The attack campaign, named Gooligan, breached the security of over one million Google accounts. The number continues to rise at an additional 13,000 breached devices each day.

The malware roots infected devices and steal authentication tokens that can be used to access data from Google Play, Gmail, Google Photos, Google Docs, G Suite, Google Drive, and more. (more…)