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Internet Explorer Recently Experienced A New Attack

Are you still using Internet Explorer?  Now you have a new reason to consider switching to a more up to date browser. As most people know, Microsoft essentially gave up on Explorer ...

Watch Out! Amazon Order Confirmations Might Be Phishing Attempts

Amazon is the 4th most visited website in the US To say that it gets a lot of traffic every day would be an understatement, which is why a newly discovered phishing campaign ...

Chromebook Gets Additional USB Security

Google tries to protect its Chromebook user base Currently, if a hacker has physical access to your machine, he or she could insert a flash drive in the USB port and run malicious ...

Chromebook To Dual Boot With Windows 10

Chromebooks are fun, cool machines They are incredibly popular with students, hipsters, artists, and the like. However, the company hasn't been able to penetrate the Enterprise market with their product.  It's not hard ...

Windows 10 Gets Some New Exciting Features

Windows Insiders have the new version now This spring, Windows 10 users will be treated to a raft of exciting new features. Currently, the company's massive test group of Windows Insiders is ...

Watch out! Twitter Hit By Another Data Breach 

2018 hasn't been a great year for social media All the major platforms suffered a number of significant data breaches at various points in the year.  Twitter alone has seen several, including ...

Robocalls Increased Globally By 300 Percent Last Year

But were down slightly in the U.S. According to data collected by Truecaller, the number of robocalls worldwide increased by a staggering 300 percent in 2018, although they were down slightly in ...

Windows Sandbox Makes It Safer To Open Unknown EXE Files

Microsoft announced an addition to Windows 10 It should make the lives of Enterprise and power users a whole lot easier. Running an unknown, untrusted .exe file on your machine can be an ...

Facebook Exposed Millions Of User Photos 

Recently Facebook fessed up to a bug The bug is in Facebook's photo API that exposed the photos belonging to nearly seven million of the company's users to app developers. The way ...

New Phishing Campaign Disguises Itself As Apple Emails

There's a widespread phishing campaign underway You need to be aware of it if you use the Apple App store at all.  At this time, no one knows who's behind the campaign, ...

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