John Jewell, Cardiff University Prince Harry has emerged as the victor in his civil case against Mirror Group Newspapers. The judge, Mr Justice Fanning, ruled that on the balance of probabilities a sample of 15 out of 33 articles examined by his court were written as result of phone hacking and other illegal measures. In… Continue reading Phone hacking in the British press: three key moments in the scandal – and what happens next
The ease of exploiting a phone can depend on various factors, including the type of phone, the operating system it runs, and the user’s behavior. Here are some general considerations regarding phone security: It’s important to note that both Android and iOS devices can be secure when properly configured and used with good security practices.… Continue reading Which type phones are more easily and typically exploited?
Text messages, like any form of communication, can be vulnerable to various security threats. Here are some common vulnerabilities and steps you can take to protect yourself: Remember that no system is completely impervious to threats, but by taking these precautions, you can significantly reduce the vulnerabilities of your text messages and protect your personal… Continue reading Are text messages vulnerable? If so, what can you do to protect yourself?
The security of phones versus PCs depends on various factors, including the specific devices, operating systems, and usage practices. Both phones and PCs can be secure when properly configured and used with security best practices in mind. Here are some considerations to help you understand the security differences between the two: Phones (Smartphones): PCs (Personal… Continue reading Are phones more secure than PC’s?
Yes, phones can be hacked, and there are various methods that hackers can use to compromise the security and privacy of a mobile device. Here are some common ways that phones can be hacked and tips on how to protect yourself: Remember that no device or system is completely immune to hacking, but taking these… Continue reading Can phones be hacked? If so, how can we protect ourselves?