- News tagged "security"
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2015
Facebook's security chief, Alex Stamos, has said in a tweet that he wants Adobe to set a date for Flash to be killed off.
Friday, 3 Jul 2015
MasterCard is launching a pilot program this fall to test the use of facial recognition as a way of approving online purchases.
Friday, 15 May 2015
If you're one of the millions playing GTA V on the PC, you might want to read this. It's especially important if you're using mods in your game.
Friday, 17 Apr 2015
Steam is testing its new Steam Guard Mobile Authenticator with a group of Android beta testers. The new mobile authentication method will allow users to receive authentication codes via the Steam mobile app on their smartphone.
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015
USB Type-C has been dubbed as the port of the future, but because it is based on the open USB standard, it comes with some serious security problems.
Thursday, 5 Mar 2015
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen's office has just announced that it has launched an investigation into Lenovo's use of Superfish's software in their computers. The U.S. Government recently warned that Superfish's software leaves users vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Thursday, 22 Jan 2015
Every year, SplashData releases its list of top 10 worst passwords. And unsurprisingly, "123456" and "password" continue to be popular amongst users.
Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015
The Sony hacking story takes on yet another spin with a new US revelation.
Tuesday, 23 Dec 2014
North Korea is not known for its blazing fast Internet connection, but after days of unstable Internet connection, the country appears to have lost all connection to the Internet.
Monday, 22 Dec 2014
Sony has indicated that it intends to distribute The Interview, even after it was at the center of a massive hack that left the company crippled and also its latest movies leaked.