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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure New Vulnerability Patch

In June, Wiz engineers discovered and reported #AttachMe, a critical cloud isolation flaw in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Due to its potential to affect all OCI customers, the #AttachMe cloud […]

Known Senders Option In Google Calendar Decreases Spam Invites

Recently, Google's engineers introduced a small but important feature to their Calendar app.  If you haven't used the "known senders" option, you owe it to yourself to check it out. […]

DuckDuckGo Email Privacy Service Beta Released

DuckDuckGo has a reputation for protecting the privacy of its users far more than most other companies.  Last year, the tiny search engine announced that they were experimenting with a […]

Apple Products Released at Far Out Event

On September 7, 2022, Apple hosted its annual product release event at one pm Eastern Time (ET). Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, took the stage at the Far Out event held […]

Microsoft Teams Vulnerability Discovered

Microsoft Teams is a part of the 365 product family and is used by more than 270 million people for exchanging text messages, videoconferencing, and file storage. In August of […]

Lenovo Issues Important Update

Lenovo issued a security notice informing customers of multiple serious BIOS vulnerabilities affecting hundreds of Lenovo devices across various models (Desktop, All in One, IdeaCentre, Legion, ThinkCentre, ThinkPad, ThinkAgile, ThinkStation, […]

Uber Hacked Again

An unknown hacker, who claims to be eighteen years old, acquired administrative access to Uber's corporate network and proprietary internal tools on Thursday, September 15, 2022. On September 15, 2022, […]

Google Leaving IoT Services

Tech giant Google recently announced that it's closing the doors on its IoT Core service.  Their stated reason for doing so was that their strategic partners can better manage customers' […]

Windows 11 Gets New Taskbar Overflow Option

Are you the type of person who is in the habit of keeping all their apps open?  If so, you're going to love a recent addition to Windows 11. In […]

Cyber Security Best Practices For Businesses

Smaller companies often struggle to develop and invest in robust IT security systems, which can leave them relatively more vulnerable to cyber attacks. If that's the situation you're in and […]

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