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Intel Server Processors Are Vulnerable To Attack

Researchers at Vrije Universiteit, in Amsterdam have discovered a disturbing new side-channel attack. All Intel server-grade processors made since 2012 are vulnerable to what has been dubbed NetCAT. That stands […]

Companies Are Losing Billions To Business Email Compromises

The FBI's statistics on BEC (Business Email Compromise) are alarming to say the least.  Over the last twelve months, the law enforcement agency has witnessed a 100 percent increase in […]

Your Google Calendar Settings May Be Sharing Your Info

Twelve years ago, Google introduced a new feature to Google Calendar that allowed users to share their calendars with others.  It's a great feature and invaluable in a corporate environment […]

New Ransomware Called TFlower Hacks Into Company Networks

Over the last two years, ransomware attacks have become increasingly common against businesses of all shapes and sizes. While the attack vector saw a dip in popularity last year, this […]

USB 4 Is Coming, And It Will Be Much Faster

USB four has been in the pipeline for quite some time now. Finally, in the second half of 2020, we'll start seeing devices coming to market that take advantage of […]

Malware Now Hiding Inside Fake Copies Of Online Books

Kaspersky Lab has recently issued a warning that should alarm and dismay students around the world.  Based on the findings of some of the company's researchers, they've discovered a new […]

Poshmark Retailer Member Passwords Are Being Sold Online

There is grim news for users of the online marketplace Poshmark, which is a thriving community where people buy and sell used clothing and other accessories.  Recently it has come […]

Hackers Can Now Use Fake Voices To Steal Money

You've almost certainly been seeing stories on the internet this year about the growing trend of Deep Fakes. They are videos that are expertly engineered to give the appearance of […]

Browsers Are Waging War On Third Party Cookies

Do you use Mozilla's Firefox browser?  If so, then you should know that their most recent release, Firefox 69 has a new feature designed to help prevent companies from tracking […]

Backup Still Necessary Even When Using Cloud Services

Do you keep all of your data on the cloud?  If so, you're certainly not alone.  The past few years have seen a massive migration away from storing critical files […]

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