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Study Shows Working From Home Could Be Here To Stay

It goes without saying that the pandemic has changed a great many things about life, as well as the world we live and work in. One significant change on the […]

Hackers Seeking Big Ransomware Payday By Attacking Acer Computers

Taiwanese tech giant Acer is the latest company to fall victim to relentless hackers. What makes the Acer breach especially noteworthy is the fact that the group behind the attack […]

New Malware Takes Aim At Apple Developers

If you don't spend much time in the Apple ecosystem, you may not realize that Xcode is a completely legitimate tool used in macOS for developing a wide range of […]

Massive Security Camera Hack Hits Some Corporate Businesses

A large US hacker collective claimed credit for something you may not have heard of yet called "#OperationPanopticon." According to the group behind the attack, they compromised a high level […]

HTTPS Becomes Default For Google Chrome For Added Security

For the last month or so, Google has been testing the notion of using HTTPS as the default protocol for all URLs a user types into the address bar. Those […]

Facebook Adding Physical Security Key Support For Mobile Devices

Many industry insiders consider physical security keys used in the context of two-factor authentication login schemes to be the final word in digital security. That is because even if your […]

Be Careful Downloading Clubhouse App On Android

Clubhouse has taken the internet by storm. Or rather, it has taken the iOS ecosystem by storm, since the company has yet to release an Android version of their increasingly […]

Another Malware Evolves To Gain Access To More Systems

One of the more disturbing trends this year is that worms are becoming popular among the hackers of the world again. We've seen a handful of new malware strains introduced […]

Memory Savings Improvements Makes Windows 10 Google Chrome Faster

If you're a Google Chrome user, and you're interested in maximizing the overall performance of your system, then Google's recent announcement about their browser is sure to make you smile. […]

Internet Browsers Blocking Some Ports Due To Security Vulnerabilities

If you rely on TCP port 554, you'll probably want to do a bit of reconfiguration. Last year, security researchers discovered a new version of the NAT Slipstream vulnerability that […]

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