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Zero Day Bug Found In MacOS

A new Zero Day vulnerability in macOS has been discovered. The flaw impacts all macOS versions up to the latest release Big Sur. The bug was found by Park Minchan […]

Youtube Video Downloads May Be Coming To Computers

If you use the YouTube app on your phone and you're a premium subscriber you've currently got the ability to download videos from the service. As of this date however […]

Recent Study Shows Alarming Insights On People And Passwords

A new study recently published by the digital identity firm Beyond Identity contains a number of surprises relating to passwords and password security. This is information that IT professionals and […]

Increasing Online Love Scams Are Costing Victims Big Money

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic online dating sites have seen a tremendous surge in memberships. People are seeking romance online since in person dating was sharply curtailed by […]

Apple Has Released iOS 15 With New Features

Apple recently released iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 for its phone/pad products. The latest update brings a number of new features to Apple users. Here's a quick overview: Improvements to […]

Don’t Fall For This Cryptocurrency Giveaway Scam

You know you've hit the Big Time when you get a scam named after you. That's exactly what has happened to Elon Musk. The latest scam that's making the rounds […]

Android Users Will Get Additional Gmail Features

If you access your Gmail account via your PC it currently has features that simply don't exist on the Android Gmail app. Specifically with regards to its email search options. […]

New Malware Is Targeting Linux And WordPress Users

A new strain of malware which has been dubbed 'Capoae' has been spotted in the wild. It was written in Go and this strain targets Linux systems and WordPress installations. […]

Update Apple Devices Soon For Important Security Patch

Apple released a very important security update today. The update fixes a pair of zero-day vulnerabilities that have been spotted in use in the wild to attack both Macs and […]

This Malware Can Turn Off Windows Defender

Some malware strains are built with robust protections in order to avoid detection. Zloader goes a step further and actually disables Microsoft Defender AV (formerly known as Windows Defender). That's […]

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