Online Sense is ICDL Arabia's philanthropic arm aimed at raising public awareness on Cyber Safety.

Fake Email Hackers: Don’t be Fooled by them

Online criminals are now running a new software to figure out the first 3 characters of email account passwords to blackmail users, and demand Bitcoins as ransom. As part of this alternative mode of extortion, the criminals shoot a message to the victim with the first 3 characters of their passwords as a way of convincing them they’ve already gotten access to their email content. In reality, it’s entirely possible that they don’t have the whole password!

Mahboub App: RTA Dubai Introduces a Robot that can Help you

If you want to acquire a driver’s license or perhaps renew your vehicle registration in Dubai or are planning your commute from home to any other destination, you can ask Mahboub. Mahboub, an Arabic guy name which means “the liked good” in English, is the newly-launched chatbot or virtual assistant of the Roads and Transport Authority. Mahboub an interactive tool that uses artificial intelligence to ‘talk’ to ‘words’ or text.

Snapchat Addict Killed her Boyfriend to Post a Revenge Video

A Snapchat fanatic from London who posted a video of her partner dying while covered in blood has been jailed for 14 years. This incident happened in December 2016, and the court recently gave a verdict on the crime. Fatima Khan, 21, hatched the sinister plan with a guy named Raza Khan to get her boyfriend Khalid Safi murdered on camera. Raza is seen in the video stabbing Khalid and walking away calmly.

Twitter – Live Streams on Top of your Timeline

According to a recent statement by Twitter, the social media platform is making it easier to find and watch live broadcasts. When accounts you follow go live, the stream will appear right at the top of your timeline. The new feature will include latest news, personalities and sports.

Will a Web without URLs be Safer?

Can the web exist without URLs? And if so, how do you look for websites? These are some of the fascinating questions that Google is asking as it strives to make you more secure on the World Wide Web. The issue with URLs is that they’re hard to understand, and hackers depend on this confusion to develop fake sites, unleash phishing attacks, spread false information or malicious software.