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LastPass Vulnerability May Have Exposed Passwords On Certain Browsers

Tavis Ormandy is either the first, or the last person on the planet you ever want to get an email from, depending ...

Bot Activity Is Running Rampant On The Internet

Just how bad it bot activity on the net? How much traffic is generated by bots, and how big of a problem ...

Say Goodbye To Windows Vista Security Updates

Just a friendly reminder: if you still have a system running Windows Vista, time is running out to upgrade. Windows has announced ...

Ransomware Attackers Are Setting Their Sights On Small Businesses

Do you think your business is safe from a ransomware attack? It isn’t. This was indeed the case that when ransomware first ...

Popular Browser Toolbar May Contain Malware

Ask.com is one of the internet’s oldest properties. It is not as well-known as the titans of the web (Google, Yahoo, etc.) ...

Google’s Updated reCAPTCHA Service May Require No Clicking

Nobody likes CAPTCHAs. They’re annoying. They slow you down when you’re trying to log into a site that has data you need. ...

Employee Wiring Money Scams Are On The Rise At Companies

If you’re a business owner, and you haven’t yet heard of BEC scams, it’s a term you owe it to yourself to ...

Flaw May Have Allowed Hacker Control Of Your WhatsApp Account

The security company Checkpoint recently found a critical security flaw in both the Whatsapp and Telegram services that could have spelled big ...

Lost Your Car? Google Maps Might Help

Google Maps has, for years now, been the savior of directionally challenged people everywhere, and it just got even better. Thanks to ...

Lip Reading Technology May One Day Replace Traditional Typed Passwords

There’s a new technology being developed by researchers at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) that stands to be a game-changer. Dubbed “lip password,” the new tech utilizes machine learning to ...