What is unsecapp.exe?

Posted by: Jennifer Cefai (3 years, 5 months ago)

What is unsecapp.exe? Unsecapp.exe is a normal process found on the Microsoft Windows Server and is used by the Windows OS. It handles Microsoft Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) and is an essential part of the system. Unsecapp.exe is responsible for maintaining compatibility issues between different Windows Operating Systems. Therefore, it is important for the stable and secure running of your PC.

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What is canvas fingerprinting?

Posted by: Jennifer Cefai (3 years, 6 months ago)

There always seems to be a new way to track users' web activity across the web. One of the lesser-known ones is canvas fingerprinting, which is an upgraded version of the internet cookie. The way it works is through JavaScript, which when enabled takes a "snapshot" - or a fingerprint - of the computer's graphics chip. This image is then used to send targeted advertisments to the computer in question. While canvas fingerprinting tracking sounds high-tech, it can be highly inaccurate - two or more computers sharing the same graphics chip can render the same configuration. In any case, it i...

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Tor facing de-anoymization in Russia

Posted by: Jennifer Cefai (3 years, 6 months ago)

You've probably heard of Tor, the browser designed to offer an anonymous browsing experience. Attempts to break its tough shell have been insofar unsuccesful, but the Russian government has taken it one step further. The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs is offering $111,000 (equivalent to 3.9 million roubles) to whoever can find a way to de-anoymize Tor, and therefore make the Russian internet one place where the infamous browser will meet its match. The government is also calling on the retrieval of all technical details about Tor users ...

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Samsung working on Galaxy Alpha

Posted by: admin (3 years, 6 months ago)

In the latest round of the Apple and Samsung smartphone battle, Samsung have taken a swipe at Apple’s iPhone 6 plans. Sources of the Korean company have revealed that the world should expect the Galaxy Alpha in August, a release date that precedes Apple’s expected announcement of the iPhone 6. While very few details of the device have been leaked, Samsung is planning to take a leaf out of HTC and, yes, Apple’s book, and manufacture it with a metal chassis. The Galaxy Alpha will also replace the Galaxy S5, released in April, as the Korean company’s fl...

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Google blocks uTorrent on Chrome

Posted by: admin (3 years, 6 months ago)

Users of Google’s Chrome browser have begun being barred from downloading popular BitTorrent client uTorrent. Attempting to download the software will lead to an error message saying that it is malicious, and that Chrome has blocked uTorrent. This follows the latest stable release of uTorrent, with users noting the error messages over the last few days.

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