Check-in for my Alaska Airlines (AS) flight

Check-in for my Alaska Airlines (AS) flight

You may register for your Alaska Airlines (AS), including Horizon Air, trip with the accompanying alternatives:  Online registration (Web registration)  Versatile registration  Self-administration booth registration at the airplane terminal  Ticket counter registration at the air terminal  Does Alaska Airlines (AS) have online web registration?  Indeed, you may register for your Alaska Airlines (AS) flight web-based…

WhatsApp Adds New Account Security Feature

WhatsApp Adds New Account Security Feature

Silicon Valley: Facebook’s messaging app WhatsApp will soon introduce a great feature to make user’s accounts more secure. According to a report published in the technology website WABeta, WhatsApp is working on a new feature called ‘Flash Call’ to protect against OTP (One Time Password) fraud. has been given. Thanks to this new feature, users will no longer need a 6-digit security code to verify their account. Instead, this feature will automatically verify the user’s phone number. The app will need to provide access to the phone call log, after which WhatsApp will automatically receive the call and verify the user’s WhatsApp account.According to the website, this feature is available in the WhatsApp of Android version 2.21.11.7. According to a screenshot published in the report, flash calls are an optional feature and it is up to the user to give WhatsApp access to their call log or not. It should be noted that WhatsApp has repeatedly informed its users about this fraud under the guise of OTP. In which cybercriminals used to send misleading messages to hack user’s WhatsApp accounts saying ‘You must verify your account through OTP, otherwise deactivate your account’ Will be done. ‘ As soon as the user sends the OTP to the hacker, they hack his account.

Internet Explorer to be ‘retired’ next year, says Microsoft

Internet Explorer to be ‘retired’ next year, says Microsoft

Silicon Valley: Microsoft Corporation has announced that it will retire its popular browser, Internet Explorer, by June 15, 2022, and will be replaced by Edge, a built-in web browser for Windows 10. Shawn Lindersay, program manager for Microsoft Edge on Microsoft’s official website, said in a recent blog post that Internet Explorer support for the…