Well 2018 is off to a big start, unfortunately, not the start Intel was hoping for. Intel disclosed that the design of its processors are flawed. However, the company said that this issue will not affect everyday customers.
“The issue is found in how Intel processors work with page tables for
Technical terms can get overwhelming, especially in the IT industry, and when they contain too many three-letter acronyms. Like, SSD, which stands for Solid State Drives. These SSDs can be purchased for your desktop or laptop computer. SSDs are like hard drives but without any moving parts and can be
“Keylogger’s are used in IT organizations to troubleshoot technical problems with computers and business networks. They can also be used to monitor the network usage of people without their direct knowledge; they are sometimes used as part of home parental controls. Finally, malicious individuals may use keyloggers on public computers to steal
What is Net Neutrality?
Net neutrality is the concept that everyone should have equal access to the web. For example, Amazon could not pay extra to have it’s website load faster than say, Ebay. In 2015, there was a decision to reclassify broadband due to a Comcast scandal that accused them of
This morning, JP Morgan Chase and Samsung announced that they are partnering with IBM to build business apps on quantum computers. Some if not most of you may wonder, what is a quantum computer?
Defining Quantum Computers
In the 1930’s Alan Turning, developed The Turning machine, it is a theoretical device that
What Is “Blue Light” and Why Is It Harmful?
By now, most of you have probably heard that blue light from your devices may be affecting your sleep. If you are like most people, you fall asleep reading your tablet or articles on your phone, streaming TV apps or simply browsing
Law enforcement has dismantled the Andromeda malware family, which has been infecting computers since 2011. With the help of partners—including the FBI, Microsoft, and others—Europol intercepted the internet traffic between Andromeda-infected computers and the command servers to which the malware was communicating. All that traffic was then “sinkholed” and redirected to servers under the
According to an article published by PC Magazine, “Last week, Apple was left red-faced after it was discovered a bug in macOS High Sierra allowed anyone to gain root access to the system without a password. The company quickly released a security patch to fix the problem, but it also needed updating with an
Today McAfee announced that it has agreed to acquire Skyhigh Networks Inc., however, the amount has not yet been disclosed for the cybersecurity business.
Campbell-based Skyhigh had raised more than $106 million in venture funding and was valued at about $400 million after its last round in 2016, according to PitchBook Data.