Monthly archive June, 2016

Bugged Lexus Update Results In System Errors Across The Board

Bugged Lexus Update Results In System Errors Across The Board
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If you own a Lexus manufactured between 2014 and now, then no doubt you already know your satnav stopped working, your... Read More →

Geo-specific FLocker Ransomware Infects SmartTVs

Geo-specific FLocker Ransomware Infects SmartTVs
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FLocker ransomware has been found infecting users' smartTVs, but there is a fix. When FLocker ransomware was first... Read More →

FCC Wins Net Neutrality Court Appeal

FCC Wins Net Neutrality Court Appeal
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The internet in the US is to remain neutral for the foreseeable future thanks to a court ruling by the circuit court in... Read More →

Move Over, Trello, Microsoft Planner Is Here

Move Over, Trello, Microsoft Planner Is Here
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With the launch of Planner, Microsoft's answer to Trello, some of Microsoft's premium customers can already take... Read More →

BullGuard And The World’s First IoT Security Scanner

BullGuard And The World’s First IoT Security Scanner
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The internet of things is awesome...and BullGuard aims to keep it that way by keeping hackers out of your connected... Read More →

Firefox 48 Beta Includes “Electrolysis”

Firefox 48 Beta Includes “Electrolysis”
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The developers at Mozilla have a brand-new feature to incorporate in their latest Firefox update, one that has them calling it the single biggest innovation the browser’s team has made. Read More →

Microsoft Puts Itself In Debt To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2bn

Microsoft Puts Itself In Debt To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2bn
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Despite cutting their losses in the smartphone market and trying to spin off 2014 acquisition Nokia into the night,... Read More →

SEC Hires Cybersecurity Expert

SEC Hires Cybersecurity Expert
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The SEC has brought on an expert in cybersecurity to advise its director and enact strict policies to prevent... Read More →

Google Bans Anti-Semitic Chrome Extension

Google Bans Anti-Semitic Chrome Extension
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Google has banned an extension of its Chrome browser which was being used to identify Jewish names on the internet by... Read More →

MEGABYTE Act Passes US House

MEGABYTE Act Passes US House
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The MEGABYTE Act has passed the House, and Congress hopes it will save taxpayers over $4 billion a year in software... Read More →

Intel Warns Of Alarming Rise In Ransomware Attacks

Intel Warns Of Alarming Rise In Ransomware Attacks
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According to the European head of technology for Intel, Raj Samani, Ransomware is “rising at an alarming rate and... Read More →

Calgary University Pays Ransomware Hackers $20,000

Calgary University Pays Ransomware Hackers $20,000
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A university in Canada has publicly revealed that it has paid hackers the ransom fee they demanded in order to regain... Read More →

Mark Zuckerberg Social Media Accounts Hacked

Mark Zuckerberg Social Media Accounts Hacked
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Data breaches...the gift that keeps on giving. At least, that's the way Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has been... Read More →

Siri Calls Ambulance For Distraught Mother

Siri Calls Ambulance For Distraught Mother
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For Apple tech Geeks, Apple’s personal assistant, Siri, may be the definitive last word in why they own an iPhone,... Read More →

Protecting Your Tech With BullGuard Antivirus

Protecting Your Tech With BullGuard Antivirus
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There's an alarming trend happening in the world of technology, one that affects everyone from thirteen-year-old girls... Read More →

50 Arrests Made As $25 Million Russian Hacker Gang Caught

50 Arrests Made As $25 Million Russian Hacker Gang Caught
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A Russian Hacker gang that used advanced malware that security software struggled to detect to gain access to its... Read More →

TeamViewer Insists There Was No Hacking

TeamViewer Insists There Was No Hacking
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When news of a data breach occurs, typically the company whose information was hacked issues a statement to the effect of an ongoing cybersecurity investigation, informs the affected users, and Read More →

OMB: Stop Reinventing The Software Wheel

OMB: Stop Reinventing The Software Wheel
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"Fraud, waste, and abuse" is a collective, catch-all term that the federal government uses as a cautionary highlight.... Read More →