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Cybercrime Rings Getting Smarter And More Sophisticated

Cybercrime is growing up. Increasingly, on the Dark Web, customers can find a wide variety of hacking activities offered as a “service.” There is everything from DDOS attacks launched by massive ‘botnets ...

Sony Security Cameras Require Update Due To Security Risk

If you use Sony cameras to secure your business, you could be at risk. Security researchers have recently discovered a pair of devastating security flaws in as many as 80 different models ...

Newest Version Bluetooth 5 Is Currently Available

It’s official – Bluetooth 5 is out, and that means good things for the Internet of Things. The new version brings lots of changes and improvements, but there are two that are ...

New Ransomware Encourages You To Infect Friends To Retrieve Files

There’s an unfortunate new ransomware variant making the rounds on the internet. As with all other forms of the software, once it infects your system, it locks all the files on your ...

Exiting Employees Should Be A Concern For Confidential Data Theft

A recently fired Expedia IT Specialist used his position to access the emails of company executives and make more than $300,000 in an insider trading stock scheme, according to investigators. While the ...

Are Phone Calls Coming To Airlines Through WiFi?

The FCC is mulling over some new rules that could add a wrinkle to any travel plans you might be making. The new rule would require that airlines inform customers up front, ...

This May Be Your Last Apple AirPort Router

If you own a Mac AirPort Wireless Router, then it will probably be your last one. The company has recently pulled the plug on further development of their router line, and will ...

Buy Now! SSD Prices To Rise Soon Due To Demand

If you’re looking to buy an SSD to replace your older, slower, spinning disk bulk storage, now is the time to buy. In recent months, the price of SSD technology has been ...

Medical Devices Found To Have Major Security Risks

It’s official. The almost complete lack of security in the Internet of Things can kill you. Researchers operating out of the University of Birmingham working in cooperation with fellow researchers in Belgium ...

Latest Chrome Update Prefers HTML5 to Flash

Chrome 55 has officially been released, and with its roll-out, the aging, security-ridden Flash Player takes another step closer to the dust bin of history. The internet unquestionably benefited greatly from Flash ...

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