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Google Finally Cracking Down On Manufacturer Device Updates

Security in the Android ecosystem is awful.  There's just no other word to describe it. In large part, the blame for that can be placed at the feet of Google.  […]

Hackers Now Targeting Girl Scouts, Raising Privacy Concerns

As far as hackers are concerned, no target is safe.  Not even the Girl Scouts. Recently, one of the Girl Scouts' official email accounts was accessed by an "unauthorized third […]

Some Tumblr Users May Have Had Their Data Breached

Do you use Tumblr?  If so, be aware that your personal information may have been exposed. Tumblr recently added a feature called "Recommended Blogs" that presents you with a list […]

New Fake Antivirus Tech Support Scam Tricking Users

McAfee has long been a popular target of scammers, but recently, they've changed the nature of their game. In years past, they'd display a webpage informing you that any McAfee […]

Uninstall Fake App Called “The Album by Google Photos”

If you take a lot of photos with your Android device, you're probably constantly on the lookout for a better way to organize them and access them.  That's exactly what […]

HIPAA Fines For Data Breaches Continue To Grow

Anthem is one of the largest insurance providers in the United States. Unfortunately in 2015, they had the dubious honor of suffering the largest health data breach in history. It […]

Teens Now Are Using Instagram More Than Facebook

Move over Facebook. Where teens are concerned, Instagram reigns supreme, according to a recently published survey. Piper Jaffray has been tracking how teenagers use the internet for nearly twenty years, […]

Data Breach Affects Federal Healthcare System

You probably haven't heard of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Systems. They're a low-profile division of the Department of Health and Human Services responsible for administering the Affordable Care […]

Latest Windows 10 Update Causing Audio Issues

Microsoft hasn't been terribly impressive lately when it comes to Windows 10 updates.  In fact, it's fair to say that they've been a complete mess.  Just recently, they've issued updates […]

New Encryption Will Help Secure Your Android Device

Google is taking additional steps to bolster user privacy and better secure the data of the company's legions of Android device owners.  The company recently announced a change to the […]

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