Thursday, 24 September 2015

iYogi Virus Alert: Porn Droid Locking Your Android Devices!

Android users are once again under threat. A new kind of malware, Porn Droid, is threatening the 950 million Android users by changing their device’s pin. It’s a new variant of ransomware, which hijacks your phone upon download and demands a ransom to release it.
Porn Droid is designed by Russian Hackers and they are using social engineering to spread it across. This is in the form of a pornography app reaching users via social media, torrent sites, and non-affiliated app stores. Hackers have added a new twist to this malware; they are sending an official-looking warning to the user masquerading as FBI. Read More...

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

iYogi Fraud Alert: Labor Day Weekend Travel Fraud!

As summer begins to draw to a close everyone is in the vacation mood. According American Automobile Association (AAA) Travel, an estimated 34.7 million Americans will travel this holiday weekend. With this, criminals and hackers too have activated themselves to cash in the name of vacation scams.
If you are also planning to book an end of summer getaway this Labor Day weekend, here are some important guidelines shared by iYogi to keep in mind before you start scouring the web for last-minute bargains and sorting your departure details.
While you plan your trip
While you’re busy finalizing the best online vacation deal, don’t forget to stay vigilant of fake vacation offers. Scammers often hijack legitimate listings for rental properties and impersonate themselves as legitimate contact persons for fake postings. Their goal is to get a person to pay a large security deposit or the full rental amount up front. Read More...

Monday, 27 July 2015

iYogi Scam Alert: Hackers Misleading WhatsApp Users!

WhatsApp has 800 million users all over the world; knowing this fact, hackers have decided to misuse the name of the brand. The latest ploy which scam artists have come up with to con WhatsApp users is is to carry out a mass spam email campaign.
Scam artists are using the WhatsApp name which users trust and love, as a way to enter your device and steal important credentials.  They are sending hoax e-mails pretending to be from WhatsApp and are attempting to install malware on your device.  Once you click on the link attached you can: Read More..

Thursday, 23 July 2015

iYogi Security Alert: Moose Targets Social Websites!

Your home router connects you directly to the Internet and at the same time makes you vulnerable to hacker’s. Yes, your trusted routers have turned out to be the new route for cyber crooks to dip their hands into your pocket. This time they have once again turned their attention towards your love for social networking websites.
Social networking websites are undoubtedly a hacker’s paradise and a new variant of online worm named ‘Moose’ is infecting routers in order to fraudulently gain access to your accounts on social networking sites. This worm is shrewd enough to hijack your internet connections and like, view and follow posts, pages and accounts without letting you know about it. The most heavily targeted social networks are Instagram, Twitter and Vine. Read More...

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

iYogi Sets up its First Global Technology Services Center in North America

iYogi, the world's largest independent consumer tech support services brand is setting up its first Global Technology Services Center in North America, in Lewiston, Maine.

The center will employ 300 people and will support the company's product and services innovation strategy to address the opportunities arising from the rapid proliferation of computing and IoT devices.

iYogi has partnered with Argo Marketing of Lewiston to set up and operate the delivery center, and is being supported by the State Department of Labor and Career Center networks to design and implement recruiting and workforce training programs. Read More....

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

How to share photos in Sony Xperia Z

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Now capture all your special moments and share them with your friends on the go. With a few taps on your Sony Xperia Z, you can now share your pictures with any one you want to. Here’s how you can share your pictures with other contacts:

Step 1. On the Home screen,tap on the Apps icon to view all the apps.

Step 2. Tap on Album.

Step 3. Select the picture, you would like to share.

Step 4. Tap on the photo to view the options,and then tap on the Share icon.

Step 5. Tao on See All to View all the sharing options

Step 6. From the displayed Share to options,tap on the option you would like to use for sharing.

Step 7. For demo purpose, here we have selected Gmail.

Step 8. Enter the recipient's name or e-mail address in the To field.

Step 9. Enter your subject, and then compose your message.

Step 10. Once done, tap the Send icon on the top right to share the selected photo.

To know more on how to share pictures on Sony Xperia Z, watch this video below.