Archive for author: Brett Bogler

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Security Researchers Defend Cloud Companies Over Ever-Occurring Supply Chain Attacks

Discover The system is shutting down. There is no way of stopping it, and now your software has been attacked, hacked, and manipulated in a way that is just too late. Hackers are attacking through the s...

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The Future is Now: Meet Amazon’s Astro Robot and Companion

Before Alexa and the iPhone was the Roomba cleaning our floors and carpets and the iPod holding our selection of music and videos. Time and technology are progressing, and now most of us can’t live withou...

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The Never Ending Battle of Android v. Apple

Android tablets are suitable for readers of ebooks and are kid friendly when it comes to Amazon apps, videos, and programs. The Android OS designed by Google offers different designs and manufacturers, and it&#...

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Why Having the Right Kind of Password Is Important

Our online passwords protect some of our most important data; here’s how you can protect them. Having the right kind of password is important, but how frequently it is changed matters a great deal too....

US Government Bitcoin Ransomware Attack

More than 20 municipalities in the US have been hit by ransomware attacks this year alone, the software has grown rapidly by an internet worm that spreads copies of itself by hacking into other computers on a n...

Significant Security Flaws

Big name companies have made public this week some major security flaws in their devices. While it is not uncommon for companies to disclose information on potential vulnerabilities, this week the sheer number ...

There’s 80 times as much gold in one ton of cellphones as there is in a gold mine, says Federico Magalini, an expert on electronic waste.

There’s 80 times as much gold in one ton of cellphones as there is in a gold mine, says Federico Magalini, an expert on electronic waste. That means there’s enormous potential for recycling — and yet, most of u...

Apple jams Facebook’s web-tracking tools

“We’re shutting that down,” declared Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi, at the firm’s developers conference. He added that the web browser Safari would ask owners’ permi...

Mozilla Stops Facebook Tracking With a Firefox Add-On

  Mozilla Stops Facebook Tracking With a Firefox Add-On   “You can continue to use Facebook as normal, but Zuckerberg can no longer track you around the web.” – PC Mag’s Matthe...

Cost of Free Downloads: Sinister Bug Found in uTorrent Apps

A critical vulnerability has been detected in two versions of uTorrent, which is one of the Internet’s most widely used BitTorrent apps. Gaps in the system were discovered by Google Project Zero. Accordin...