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Facebook Post Removals- Appeals Process

There are some big changes coming to Facebook, which may have some serious unintended consequences. In a recent interview, Mark Zuckerberg indicated that he's considering allowing users to independently appeal to ...

Huge Spike in Malware

There's a new type of hacking attack to be concerned with, and it's growing by leaps and bounds.  Called "Crypto-Jacking," it's a process by which malicious code is placed on websites. ...

MyFitnessPal User Information Data Breach

Another week, another high-profile data breach.  This time, it's Under Armour in the hot seat.  Under Armour acquired the MyFitnessPal app back in February 2015, and the company recently announced that ...

Remote Desktop Flaw

Researchers at Preempt Security recently discovered a critical flaw in Microsoft's Credential Security Support Provider protocol (CredSSP for short) that impacts every version of Windows in existence. It could allow a ...

Google Changing Name Of Android Wear

Wearable computing devices from smart watches to glasses are struggling to find an audience, and Google's Android Wear operating system hasn't gotten much love in recent years.  It has weakened as ...

Intel Taking Additional Steps

By now, you've almost certainly heard of "Spectre," one of two recently discovered security flaws that impact every chip made by Intel in the last ten years. The story of Spectre, ...

Massive Malware Attack

According to a Microsoft security researcher, a massive malware attack attempted to install a cryptocurrency mining software on more than 400,000 computers in less than twelve hours.  The failed campaign is ...

You Can Now Search Google From iMessage

There's a fun, new update for Apple's iMessage app that will probably make lots of power users happy.  As long as you also have Google's iOS app installed, you'll be able ...

Beware Fake Craigslist Email

If you post ads on Craigslist for short term employment, be aware that there's a new malspam campaign that aims to distribute Sigma ransomware on the computers of unwary users. By ...

Biometric Authentication

According to a new report published by Spiceworks, nearly 90 percent of businesses will use some type of biometric technology for authentication by the year 2020.  In fact, some 62 percent ...

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