Archive for September, 2017

Bill Gates’ One Windows Regret: CTRL, ALT, DELETE

Control-Alt-Delete. It’s a series of keystrokes that pretty much everyone who has ever used a Windows PC knows well. It is, after all, your escape hatch. When the program starts misbehaving, it’s ...

Apple Safari Browser May Have Security Issues According To Google

Google’s Project Zero Team has created a new tool for testing web browsers in order to gauge how secure they are. The team recently conducted an extensive test on the top five ...

More Medical Devices Are Found To Be Vulnerable To Hacking

Things continue to worsen on the smart medical device front. Recently, the USDA issued a recall order on six different models of pacemakers, all of which were vulnerable to hacks that would ...

Glass May Replace Aluminum In Future Spinning Hard Drives

Manufacturers of hard disks are in trouble and they know it. They have been since the development of SSDs, and as these newer disks grow in capacity and continue to see their ...

Malware Is Being Loaded On Computers To Mine For CryptoCurrencies

Since the development of BitCoin, cyrptocurrencies have seen a tremendous surge in popularity. In fact, in recent months, the value of all the major cryptocurrencies currently available has spiked, fueling even greater ...

Display Widgets WordPress Plugin Gives Hackers Access

WordPress is the most popular CMS on the planet. It has been the reigning king of websites for years, and all indications are that it will continue to be so. Unfortunately, there’s ...

Bashware Is A Major Concern For Windows 10 PCs

If you haven’t heard the term “Bashware,” you’re not alone, but in the weeks and months ahead, you can bet you’ll be hearing more about it. The reason? Recently, Microsoft rolled out ...

New MicroSD Card Can Hold Up To 400GB Of Data

Technophiles rejoice! SanDisk has just announced a new 400GB microSD card, which is good news for just about everyone. Let’s face it, even if you’re not a technophile, you probably hate the ...

Latin Social Network Taringa Breach Could Affect 28 Million Users

A highly popular Latin social media company called “Taringa” recently suffered a massive data breach that impacted some 28 million users, which is essentially its entire user base. The breach revealed two ...

Recent CCleaner Hack Could Have Spread Malware To Millions

You’ve probably heard of the popular app, “CCleaner.” Owned by Avast, this handy utility boasts more than two billion downloads and currently has more than two million active users. As the name ...

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Apple Is Launching Their Own Credit Card Soon

Apple Is Launching Their Own Credit Card Soon

Apple has partnered with Goldman Sachs and their long-awaited "Apple Card" begins rolling out in limited fashion. The card becomes[...]
Update Your iPhone To Avoid Latest iMessage Security Vulnerability

Update Your iPhone To Avoid Latest iMessage Security Vulnerability

If you own an iPhone, be aware that a new iMessage vulnerability has been recently found and patched by Apple.[...]
Security Issue Found In Multiple Devices Is Called ‘Urgent 11’

Security Issue Found In Multiple Devices Is Called ‘Urgent 11’

Let's take a little time to talk about the vast numbers of smart devices in use around the world. You probably[...]

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