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OnePlus 5 glitch prevents users from calling 911 and other emergency numbers

OnePlus 5 glitch prevents users from calling 911 and other emergency numbers

Some OnePlus 5 users are reporting a phone glitch that prevents them from calling emergency services, as the phone reboots after the numbers are dialed.
Android Wear Bug Prevents Installation of Paid Apps

Android Wear Bug Prevents Installation of Paid Apps

Android Wear is still pretty new, but a rather prominent issue has already surfaced — a bug in Google's app encryption prevents paid apps from being installed on Android Wear devices.
Some Good News, Heartbleed Bug Mostly Fixed

Some Good News, Heartbleed Bug Mostly Fixed

According to Internet security firm Sucuri, most of the top web sites around the world are free from the Heartbleed vulnerability. However, a handful of web sites still remain vulnerable.
Hackers Successfully Use Heartbleed to Access Private Security Keys

Hackers Successfully Use Heartbleed to Access Private Security Keys

Content distribution network Cloudfare has confirmed that it is possible for hackers to obtain private security keys using the Heartbleed bug.
PSA: Change Your Passwords at These Heartbleed-hit Websites Now!

PSA: Change Your Passwords at These Heartbleed-hit Websites Now!

Heartbleed is one of the largest security threats the Internet has ever experienced, with an estimated two out of every three web server affected. Here are some websites that you need to change your password now.
PSA: As Many as Two-thirds of the World's Web Servers Affected by the Heartbleed Bug

PSA: As Many as Two-thirds of the World's Web Servers Affected by the Heartbleed Bug

Security researchers have uncovered a serious vulnerability called Heartbleed in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library that could potentially affect as many as two-thirds of the world's web servers.
Serious Smishing Vulnerability Discovered in Samsung Galaxy S4

Serious Smishing Vulnerability Discovered in Samsung Galaxy S4

Chinese security firm Qihoo recently discovered a serious flaw in the "cloud backup" feature of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which when exploited, allows malicious software to send text messages while assuming your identity without you knowing.