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Windows 10 Privacy Becoming More Transparent In Next Version

All companies collect data on their customers, but some are better than others when it comes to being upfront about what kinds of data are collected.  Over the past year, Microsoft ...

Blizzard Games Vulnerability Could Leave Gamers Open To Hacking

Do you play Blizzard online computer games such as World of Warcraft, Diablo III, Hearthstone, Starcraft II, or Overwatch?  If so, there's a potential problem you need to be aware of. ...

2 Million Credit Cards Stolen From Popular Sandwich Shop

By now, we've seen enough large-scale Point of Sale (POS) credit card thefts that patterns are beginning to emerge.  Some companies follow the general arc of the narrative better than others, ...

Mac Computers Battling New Malware For Hijacking DNS

It's official, the first macOS malware of 2018 is here.  Discovered by an independent security researcher and dubbed "OSX/MaMi," the code is functionally similar to DNSChanger malware. The researcher posted his ...

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 ...

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Hacked Networks And Credentials Being Sold At Alarming Rates

Hacked Networks And Credentials Being Sold At Alarming Rates

Selling network access is big business on underground hacking websites. Even worse, the business is growing at an alarming rate,[...]
Google Analytics Gains Additional Features

Google Analytics Gains Additional Features

Since Google introduced Google Analytics back in 2005, it has become the industry standard. A simple, free method of getting[...]
Surge In Ransomware Continues In 2020, Targeting Healthcare

Surge In Ransomware Continues In 2020, Targeting Healthcare

The year 2020 could well be described as the Year of Ransomware. Security researchers around the globe who monitor such things[...]

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