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Archive for January, 2018

Use Of Bots Has Increased Fake Account Creations

The ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Report 2017 is out, and is a troubling read for anyone who has anything to do with data security.  As a fraud prevention company protecting nearly a billion ...

Intel Chips Face Another Possible Vulnerability

Intel's year isn't getting off to a very good start.   Just after the discovery of a pair of critical vulnerabilities that have been in their chipsets for more than a decade ...

Inappropriate Ads Found In Some Game Apps for Kids

Normally, Google's robust series of checks and audits are pretty good at catching malicious code and preventing it from making its way to the Play Store.  Sometimes, however, something slips through ...

Do Not Use These Chrome Extensions

Do you use any of the following Chrome browser extensions? Change HTTP Request Header Nyoogle - (a custom logo for Google) Stickies - (a Post-It note for Chrome) Lite Bookmarks If ...

Backdoor In Certain Lenovo Switches Discovered

Does your company utilize either RackSwitch or BladeCenter networking switches?  Are those switches running ENOS (the Enterprise Network Operating System)?  If so, there's a backdoor in your network you weren't aware ...

Vulnerabilities Found In Some GPS Services

A duo of researchers stumbled across a series of vulnerabilities in literally hundreds of GPS services that leave sensitive GPS tracking data open to hackers.  Dubbed "Trackmageddon" by the researchers, the ...

Electronic Device Search Rules Better Defined By US Customs

There's a constant tug of war playing out on the national stage.  On one side, privacy advocates are pushing for greater autonomy for end users, and hard limits to the types ...

New Wifi Standard WPA3 May Be Coming

Remember the KRACK WiFi (WPA2) vulnerability, discovered by Mathy Vanhoef?  It turns out that his discovery was a catalyst for action.  Recently, the WiFi Alliance, which is the industry's standards organization, ...

Hard Drives May Double In Speed With New Technology

What's an HDD manufacturer to do when faced with competition by faster, more efficient SSD drives? Go big, and go faster.  At least that's the strategy that both Seagate and Western ...

Better Parental Controls Underway For Apple Devices

Recently, a group of investors wrote an open letter to Apple, urging the company to do more in regards to offering better and more robust parental controls on the devices the ...

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Dark Mode On Android Phones Extends Battery Life

Dark Mode On Android Phones Extends Battery Life

Google recently confirmed that "Dark Mode" on Android phones uses less power and thus, helps to boost battery life. Most websites[...]
Researchers Have Found A New Security Issue With Bluetooth

Researchers Have Found A New Security Issue With Bluetooth

Researchers from the Israeli security firm Armis have discovered a new security flaw in BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) chips that[...]
Google Updating reCAPTCHA To Make It Easier For Users

Google Updating reCAPTCHA To Make It Easier For Users

Bots make up a shocking percentage of internet traffic.  In fact, in some industries, there are far more bots trolling[...]

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