Encryption has created an uncrackable puzzle for the real world

By |August 20th, 2019|Cybersecurity, Security, Technology|

Encryption protects us, so maybe it's time for us to protect it. But no answer to the encryption debate is without a downside. With a certain amount of inevitability, governments on both sides of the Atlantic are taking another swing at one of the technologies they really love to [...]

Microsoft warns Windows 7 users of looming end to security updates

By |March 21st, 2019|Security, Technology|

Microsoft has rolled out a patch that will warn Windows 7 users that security updates will soon come to an end. The patch rolled out Wednesday warning users of the impending deadline, January 14, 2020, when the software giant will no longer roll out fixes for security flaws and vulnerabilities. The deadline […]

Google Says Upgrade To Windows 10 After Critical Flaws Found In Chrome And Windows 7

By |March 10th, 2019|Cybersecurity, Google Chrome, Security, Technology|

Earlier this week Google released an update for the Chrome web browser that it urged users to ensure was implemented immediately. That was because the Threat Analysis Group at Google had uncovered a critical zero-day vulnerability that was already being exploited in the wild. Now a Google security engineer, Clement Lecigne, has […]

Update Google Chrome Now

By |March 7th, 2019|Cybersecurity, Google Chrome, Security, Technology|

Google Confirms Serious Chrome Security Problem – Here’s How To Fix It Davey Winder Cybersecurity Contributor I report and analyse breaking cybersecurity and privacy storiesGoogle Chrome’s security lead and engineering director, Justin Schuh, has warned that users of the most popular web browser should update “like right this minute.” Why the urgency? […]


By |September 28th, 2018|Cybersecurity, Security|

RUSSIA’S ELITE HACKERS HAVE A CLEVER NEW TRICK THAT'S VERY HARD TO FIX ALYSSA FOOTE/GETTY IMAGES By BRIAN BARRETT THE FANCY BEAR hacking group has plenty of tools at its disposal, as evidenced by its attacks against the Democratic National Committee, the Pyeongchang Olympics, and plenty more. But cybersecurity firm ESET appears to have caught [...]

The Best Reason to use a Professional WordPress Developer

By |September 21st, 2018|Cybersecurity, Google Chrome, Responsive Site Design, Security, Technology, Website Design|

Thousands of WordPress sites backdoored with malicious code Malicious code redirects users to tech support scams, some of which use new "evil cursor" Chrome bug. By Catalin Cimpanu for Zero Day | September 21, 2018   Thousands of WordPress sites have been hacked and compromised with malicious code this month, according to security researchers at Sucuri and Malwarebytes. [...]

What is the dark web? The good and bad of the Internet’s most private corner

By |August 28th, 2018|Cybersecurity, Security, Technology|

What is the dark web? The good and bad of the Internet’s most private corner Posted on August 27, 2018 by Irina M You may have heard the dark web is a place for drug dealers and hitmen. That’s correct, but there’s more to it than that. In this article, find out what [...]

Microsoft issues emergency Windows patch to disable Intel's buggy Spectre fix

By |January 29th, 2018|Cybersecurity, Security, Technology|

If your Windows PC seems buggier than usual after the recent round of Spectre patches, you might want to download this. By Mark Hachman  Senior Editor, PCWorld If you’ve noticed any unexpected reboots or PC instability as a result of the recent Spectre patches, there’s a solution: Microsoft has issued an emergency Windows patch [...]

Microsoft Issues Emergency Out-Of-Band Update to Fix "Crazy Bad" Vulnerability

By |January 3rd, 2018|Cybersecurity, Security, Technology|

By Catalin Cimpanu In an emergency out-of-band update released late last night, Microsoft fixed a vulnerability in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine discovered by two Google security experts over the weekend, and which the two described as "crazy bad" and "the worst Windows remote code exec in recent memory." While initially [...]

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