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Arianna Gael

Arianna Gael is a tech and publishing junkie who lives for the outdoors. When not covering tech news, she's using tech to write and publish her own works of fiction.

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Mastercard Unveils Fingerprint Sensor On Its Cards

Mastercard Unveils Fingerprint Sensor On Its Cards
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New biometric security feature draws power from card readers. File this one under "futuristic ideas that had great... Read More →

Hajime “Benign” Worm Infects Thousands Of IoT Devices

Hajime “Benign” Worm Infects Thousands Of IoT Devices
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Tech experts puzzled by intentions of hacker. Security researchers are stumped by a newly discovered worm that has... Read More →

Nearly 1M Elderly Identities Leaked Online

Nearly 1M Elderly Identities Leaked Online
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Telemarketing company, HealthNow, suffers massive data breach A recently discovered database of information has... Read More →

Improve Your Cybersecurity With IObit Malware Fighter 5

Improve Your Cybersecurity With IObit Malware Fighter 5
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We review the latest release from IObit, Malware Fighter 5. New data has shown that ransomware attacks, specifically... Read More →

Judge Fired For Trolling News Articles About His Own Cases

Judge Fired For Trolling News Articles About His Own Cases
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Use of fake profile names didn't protect Judge. In what has to be one of the most blatant abuses of "conflict of... Read More →

Prison Inmates Build Computers And Hide Them In Ceiling

Prison Inmates Build Computers And Hide Them In Ceiling
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Instead of dismantling old PCs, crafty prisoners built their own! Never underestimate the ingenuity of people in... Read More →

Patch Announced To Fix Microsoft Word Bug

Patch Announced To Fix Microsoft Word Bug
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Help on the way to cure zero-day vulnerability discovered in Microsoft's flagship title. If you're a Windows fan,... Read More →

BrickerBot Malware “Bricks” Open IoT Devices

BrickerBot Malware “Bricks” Open IoT Devices
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BrickerBot turns your IoT device into a handy paperweight. So far, consumers and tech experts alike have a love hate... Read More →

How Little US Users Know About Cybersecurity

How Little US Users Know About Cybersecurity
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Survey reveals some shocking gaps in cybersec knowledge. The old jokes about a grandmother trying to work her first... Read More →

Don’t Axon Me, Bro! Taser Changes Name As Focus Shifts To Software

Don’t Axon Me, Bro! Taser Changes Name As Focus Shifts To Software
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Axon name change will help distance brand from calls of police brutality. Who could forget the dude-cry heard ’round... Read More →

Amazon Launches Conversion Software For eBooks

Amazon Launches Conversion Software For eBooks
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New tool helps authors convert Word docs for Kindle publishing platform. Over the years, Amazon has grown from an... Read More →

Google Invests Heavily In Canada For AI Lab

Google Invests Heavily In Canada For AI Lab
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Google Brain setting sights on ever-increasing tech talent pool in Toronto. AI has been a longtime dream that is... Read More →

Tech Aims To Replace Animal Testing

Tech Aims To Replace Animal Testing
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Software from global safety science company UL, is leading the way. In the current tech age, software is replacing a... Read More →

Smart TVs Hacked Through The Airwaves

Smart TVs Hacked Through The Airwaves
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Hack embeds attack code into broadcast signal, with no access required. It might be time to ask your crazy uncle for... Read More →

IoT Dishwasher Has Serious Security Flaw

IoT Dishwasher Has Serious Security Flaw
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Vulnerability found in network-connected device from German manufacturer Miele. The internet of things... Read More →

Privacy Search Engines And VPN Use On The Rise

Privacy Search Engines And VPN Use On The Rise
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Users are taking a stand against increased snooping by authorities.  Thanks to some shady political dealings over... Read More →

Lawmakers Prove They Don’t Know How The Internet Works

Lawmakers Prove They Don’t Know How The Internet Works
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Part of the puritanical online censorship bill aims to end prostitution. One US state is the most recent to... Read More →

DoubleAgent Attacks Can Take Down Any Software

DoubleAgent Attacks Can Take Down Any Software
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New Zero-Day vulnerability can inject custom verifier into antivirus code. As if tech users and IT departments... Read More →