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Upgrading a Samsung Computer To Windows10? Wait For Now

If you have a Samsung desktop or laptop and are still running some version of Windows 7, hold off on upgrading, at least for now. Despite having more than two […]

Remove Or Update Flash From Your System Now

Another month, another Flash vulnerability. This time, it’s designated as CVE-2016-4171 (details here: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsa16-03.html ). This is yet another critical vulnerability, identified by Kaspersky Labs. So far, this hack has […]

Accounts Hacked – Change Your Password If You Use TeamViewer

TeamViewer, the company behind a popular remote desktop platform, which allows users to share their screens, access their computers remotely, or participate in online conferences, has been hacked…maybe. A little […]

Not Even Your Chats Are Safe From Hackers

Online security company Check Point Software Technologies has discovered a flaw in Facebook’s chat app that allows hackers to log in and change the content of chat messages (individual messages […]

New Postage Sized SSD Means Smaller Devices Coming

The push toward ever greater miniaturization has been present in the technology industry from the very beginning. Computers that once occupied whole rooms got small enough to fit onto any […]

Are You Doing Enough To Educate Employees On Security Risks?

Your employees are both your company’s greatest asset and your biggest potential security risk. In a recent study conducted by Experian Data Breach Resolution and Ponemon Institute, it was found […]

Android Provides Additional Find-Your-Phone Option

If you’re one of the millions of users with an Android phone, then you already know there are a couple of different ways you can find it if you happen […]