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Photoflow for Mac may be the desktop Instagram browser you’re looking for

While Instagram on the web might be plenty for many users, for some, it just doesn’t offer what they’re looking for. If you want a native way of experiencing Instagram on your Mac, you might want to check out Photoflow.

Photoflow for Instagram lets you view all of your basic Instagram activities, from viewing your feed to searching for new photos. You can receive notifications for new photos, likes, and comments, view popular photos on Instagram, and see photos and videos from nearby.

In addition to these features, Photoflow for Mac offers something that Instagram doesn’t: easy account switching. Simply click your avatar in the top left corner of the app and select the account you want to use.

You can check out everything Photoflow has to offer by downloading it from the Mac App Store.

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How to download Windows Phone apps using this Chrome browser QR code generator

Earlier this year, I wrote a tip for those using Google Chrome as their primary web browser. Although Microsoft’s Edge is getting extension support later this year, including the porting of Chrome extensions, Chrome has them right now.

The extension that I am talking about simply auto-generates a localized QR code in the Windows Phone Store. However, Microsoft recently unified the Store and as a result, the extension broke. Today, however, it is updated and works flawlessly.

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Man In The Browser attack and OTP (Banking Institutions)

The view of security experts and financial services professionals considers the Man in the browser as the greatest threat to online banking, cybercrime increases its use.

Man in the Browser attack, DDoS attacks, phishing, are more important and insidious cyber threats against banking institutions. Latest statistics proposed by leading security companies confirm that online banking is considered a lucrative business for cybercrime.
In contrast, the response of the banking world was improving authentication processes, a classic example is represented by the rapid diffusion for multi-factor authentication, such as OTPs.
Classic for the “Man in the Middle” attack the attacker scheme is between the client and server banking victim, it is clear that the introduction of encrypting traffic could make the technique ineffective.
In the financial services sector in a survey Man In The Browser considered to be the greatest threat to online banking, malware, such as Zeus, Carberp, Sinowal and Clampi have capabilities MITB.

Security: the most effective preventive measure is considered out transaction verification band containing the transaction details along with OTP and the side of the bank to adopt a fraud detection based on the behavior of user profiles.

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Apple store serving spyware, Tor browser for IOS is Fake , apple love to keep it in its store

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 Members of Tor anonymity network has warn that the Tor browser application which is available in Apple store since november. or published this announcement on there official website by a high ranked volunteer Phobos.
Phobos said:
“It’s full of adware and spyware. Two users have called to complain. We should have it removed.”
Till now application have not been removed from the official apple store , it seems apple is not worry about users privacy as its still serving spyware .

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[remote] – Squiggle 1.7 SVG Browser Java Code Execution

Squiggle 1.7 SVG Browser Java Code Execution
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Twitter Backs Browser Privacy Project

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TheHackersNews: RT @w3af : How unique and trackable is your web browser? http://t.co/bB9tHPV0

TheHackersNews: RT @w3af : How unique and trackable is your web browser? http://t.co/bB9tHPV0
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Orion Browser Dumper v1.0 released

Orion Browser Dumper v1.0 released
Jean-Pierre LESUEUR (DarkCoderSc) releases another Browser Forensic tool for Community called “Orion Browser Dumper v1.0″. 
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This software is an advanced local browser history extractor (dumper), in less than few seconds (like for Browser Forensic Tool) it will extract the whole history content of most famous …

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TheHackersNews: RT @unixfreaxjp: #Tools – Browser Forensic Tool v2.0 – Advanced browser history search engine http://t.co/6wxSHGsw

TheHackersNews: RT @unixfreaxjp: #Tools — Browser Forensic Tool v2.0 — Advanced browser history search engine http://t.co/6wxSHGsw
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SpywareLady: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9: Browser or Spyware ? (Includes … http://t.co/EDZFMMsa

SpywareLady: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9: Browser or Spyware ? (Includes … http://t.co/EDZFMMsa
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