Sunday, July 4, 2010

Revolutionized Photo and Video Security

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Shura Network Corporation, has released Photo Video Locker 1.1, the newest innovation in photo and video storage and security for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users. This easy to use security app safely stores all photo and video files, while providing the user ease of retrieval of the images they choose.

With Photo Video Locker all secured images are hidden behind a dummy theme and background, and decoy photo area. Without knowing the password, onlookers will only see what the owner wants them to see, and nothing more. Once installed on the device, there is no chance of outsiders accidentally or intentionally gaining access to the confidential images stored inside.

Photo Video Locker Features:
* Custom create your password protected storage area for videos and pics
* Create a decoy area for prying eyes
* Hides videos and photos
* Lock/unlock file by file (Double lock. Protect from hacker or jailbreak)
* Import videos directly from the iPhone camera roll
* Export back to iPhone camera roll
* Photo privacy supports gestures when viewing files by "Multi-touch controls" like "pinch", "zoom", "swipe", "rotate", etc...
* Works just like the standard Apple video app and introduces folders to group videos by subject matter, name, etc.
* Unlimited folders to store and organize videos
* Thumbnails are automatically created when new videos are added
* Email videos to friends
* Password reminder

Pricing and Availability:
Photo Video Locker 1.1 is only $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.

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App Store Accounts Hacked?

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It seems as though a hacker has taken control of numerous iTunes accounts and used them to purchase fake iBooks from the App Store.

According to Engadget, 42 of the top 50 books by revenue are from the seller Thuat Nguyen, whose company website ("mycompany") leads to parked site Most of these books have strange names such as "Conan 1", "Conan 2", "Thuy Hu P1", "Thuy Hu P2", etc. and are in Vietnamese even though they are listed as English.

You may want to check your iTunes account to make sure no unauthorized transactions have occurred.

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