Scam of the Week: Equifax Phishing Attacks

By |September 12th, 2017|Security, Technology|

You already know that a whopping 143 million Equifax records were compromised. The difference with this one is that a big-three credit bureau like Equifax tracks so much personal and sometimes confidential information like social security numbers, full names, addresses, birth dates, and even drivers licenses and credit card numbers [...]

Android 8.0 Oreo, thoroughly reviewed

By |September 4th, 2017|Security, Smartphones, Technology|

We take a 20,000 word deep-dive on Android's "foundational" upgrades. RON AMADEO - 9/4/2017, 6:00 AM  Android 8.0 Oreo is here! Click through for a gallery of top features.  Google  Project Treble finally separates the OS from the hardware, which has big implications for updates, third-party ROMs, and security.  Notifications get sorted [...]

How to prevent your Google Home or Amazon Echo from making unwanted online purchases

By |August 9th, 2017|Google Chrome, Security, Technology|

Did you hear about the kindergartner who “accidentally” ordered an expensive dollhouse with a voice command? We’ll show you how to lock down your smart speaker so that never happens to you. By Florence Ion  Contributor, TechHive There’s no denying that Google Home and Amazon Echo (or the less-expensive Echo Dot, if [...]

World reels from massive cyberattack that hit nearly 100 countries

By |May 13th, 2017|Security|

by Jethro Mullen, Samuel Burke and Selena Larson @CNNMoney http://ht3.cdn.turner.com/money/big/technology/2017/05/13/ransomware-wannacry-attack-explained.cnnmoney_1024x576.mp4 Organizations around the world were digging out Saturday from what experts are calling one of the biggest cyberattacks ever. Hospitals, major companies and government offices were hit by a virus that seeks to seize control of computers until the [...]

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