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Some Amazon Device Features May Have Security Risks

Have you heard of Amazon Sidewalk? If not, it's definitely something you should be aware of. Depending on your point of view, the new feature, which was enabled by default […]

Email Unsubscribe Scam Can Easily Fool Any User

Scammers are increasingly relying on a tried and true bit of social engineering to fool unsuspecting users into unwittingly signing up to receive a flood of additional spam email. They […]

Update VMWare Software Immediately To Avoid Possible Attack

The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency recently issued a warning to all companies running VMware Vcenter Server and VMware Cloud Foundation. They are asking them to download and apply […]

Upgrades To USB-C Components Will Give It More Power

The USB-C cables on the market today are capable of handling no more than 100 watts of power. Industry engineers have been hard at work trying to find ways to […]

New Apple M1 Chip Might Have A Security Flaw

There's good news and bad news in the Apple ecosystem, specifically with regards to the company's M1 chip. The bad news is that researchers have discovered a security flaw in […]

PC Prices Set To Rise Due To Supply Issues

With the world beginning to round the corner where the pandemic is concerned, life is slowly, in fits and starts, beginning to return to normal. As that happens, demand is […]

Notification Of New Subscription Billing Could Be A Phishing Attack

There's a dangerous new phishing scam you should be aware of and alert your employees to right away. A growing trend in the hacking world is to use mixed media, […]

Google Chrome Speed Will Increase With Update

If you're one of the legions of users who rely on Google's Chrome browser when you surf the web, we've got great news. As of the release of Chrome 91, […]

Bose Is Latest Company To Have Employee Data Breached

Bose is the latest in an unending parade of major companies to disclose that they've been the victim of a ransomware attack. In the company's breach notification letter, they indicated […]

Beware Of Voice Message Phishing Attacks Called Vishing

Hackers and scammers have been experimenting with "vishing" in recent months, as a subset of phishing. Conventional phishing tactics rely on sending emails that employ a variety of social engineering […]

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