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Hackers Are Using Netflix Price Raise To Steal Information

Video streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, and others are becoming so ubiquitous that they’re a fixture in everyday life for tens of millions of people. Unfortunately, hackers […]

Verizon Unlimited Data? Your Account Might Get Closed

So what do you do when you offer an unlimited data plan and people actually take you up on your offer? Well, if you’re Verizon, you start banning them. Currently, […]

4 out of 5 Business Networks Have Security Threats

According to security company Infoblox, a staggering 83% of the networks they’ve studied contain some form of malicious activity. The news is as staggering as it is grim, but if […]

Data Breach Costs Up 30 Percent, Is Your Business Secure?

The annual “Cost of a Data Breach” study has been released, and the results aren’t pretty or encouraging. Between 2013 and now, the total cost to a company hit by […]

This Year’s Leap Second Could Cause Some Computers To Crash

System administrators have their hands full dealing with “Leap Seconds,” the extra second periodically added to the day by scientists working with UTC (Coordinated Universal Time), used by computer systems […]

New 10TB Desktop Hard Drive Can Store All Of Your Data And Then Some

Do you consider yourself to be a power user, where computers are concerned? Do you have one or more members of your staff you’d put in that category? If the […]

Fines For HIPAA On The Rise For Even Minor Data Breaches

If your company deals with protected health information, then you know what a maze of regulation HIPAA rules can be. The Federal government has recently signaled just how seriously they […]

Microsoft Reducing OneDrive Cloud Storage Space For Many Users

If you use Microsoft OneDrive, it’s time to review your usage rate, and perhaps start thinking of switching to a different cloud-based storage solution. When the service was first rolled […]

Be Careful: Fake Apps Are Stealing Information

Security researchers at the firm ESET have recently warned of a total of 8 apps found on the Google Play store. These apps, at first glance, appear to be designed […]

New iPhone Attack Seems Very Familiar: Watch Out For MMS

Last July, Android users got a nasty surprise. The surprise came in the form of a new type of attack directed against smartphones. Dubbed “Stagefright,” it allowed a hacker to […]