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Email Privacy Act Revision Could Add Better Protections

On the heels of the FBI’s dustup with Apple Computer, the Judiciary committee of the U.S. House of Representatives has advanced a ...

Millions of Windows XP Machines are Not Secure, Is Yours?

Windows XP was, by any measure, the most successful and ubiquitous operating system of all time. To this day, now two years ...

Is Your Point Of Sale System Secure?

Here’s the hard reality: Even if you devote sufficient resources to get the best security money can buy to protect your business ...

Is Uber Sharing Your information?

Are you, or is someone you know a driver for Uber? Have you used the rideshare service to get from Point A ...

Opera Browser Adds Free VPN For Better Privacy

When you surf the web, do you use a VPN (Virtual Private Network)? More than half a billion of the web’s users ...

Is Your Android Device Getting Needed Security Updates?

Google takes security more seriously than most companies, and it’s no wonder, given that the company’s Android Operating System is currently in ...

All USB-C Cables Aren’t Created Equal, Amazon Fights Back

You may not have heard much about USB-C cables, but you will. They are the future of USB connectivity, and will ultimately ...

Windows “Blue Screen of Death” Getting New Information

If you have a Windows-based PC (and you probably do), then you’ve almost certainly had the dubious honor of seeing the dreaded ...

New Smart Adware Uses Your Computer Resources For Profit

Remember the good old days, when all Adware did was make your web browsing experience inconvenient by bombarding you with annoying popups? ...

BadLock Threat Not So “Bad” But Still Requires Patch

So, it turns out that the “Badlock” Samba exploit wasn’t quite as bad as it was originally cracked up to be. If ...