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Chrome Discovery Gives More Reason To Cover Your Laptop Camera

An AOL developer named Ran Bar-Zik has unearthed a disturbing flaw in Chrome that may make you rethink using Google’s web browser. The issue revolves around a website’s ability to […]

Heart Pacemaker Devices Found To Have Major Technology Security Risks

Security professionals have been talking for months about the dangers of smart devices, most of which are almost comically (and tragically) lacking in even the most basic security protocols. More […]

Chipotle Hit With Malware That Stole Credit Cards

Last month, the fast food chain Chipotle announced that they had been the victim of a large-scale data breach, but initially, the company was unable to provide any specific information […]

A Website Image Could Crash Your Windows PC

This has been a tough month for people who are using older Windows Operating Systems, especially Windows 7 users. The global Wannacry ransomware attack centered mostly on Windows 7 users, […]

Time To Upgrade – Majority Of Wannacry Victims Were Running Windows 7

The recent “Wannacry” hacking attack was global in its scale, impacting companies in more than 150 nations before it was stopped by a security expert with a good eye. It […]

Popular Food Site Zomato Breached – 17 Million Users Affected

India’s largest online restaurant guide, Zomato, boasts some 120 million users. If you live there, or have employees in India, they may have been impacted, as the company has just […]

New Google App May Help Thwart Malware On Android Devices

As good as Google is about reviewing the apps that find their way into the halls of the Google Play Store, malicious code still manages to find its way inside. […]

MP3 To Lose License – What Does That Mean For Music?

If you’re a music fan, you’ve probably got several hundred (or more) MP3 files on your computer. It burst onto the scene while the internet was still in its formative […]

HP Keylogger Malware Gets Patch Fix

Sometimes, legitimate companies accidentally create malware. That’s certainly the case in this latest example. It was an innocent mistake, but some debugging code was inadvertently left in the code of […]

Google Fights Back Against Hackers Targeting User Data In Apps

The Empire is officially striking back, and hacking is about to get at least a little bit harder. Recently, there have been several high-profile attacks that relied on Google’s user […]

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