Google to make two-factor authentication compulsory for users soonFriday, 7 May 2021
Google thinks passwords is "the single biggest threat" to online security.
Update your copy of WinRAR now as hackers have begun to exploit its critical vulnerabilityMonday, 18 Mar 2019
Update your copy of WinRAR now as hackers have begun to exploit its critical vulnerability!
A zero-day security flaw in macOS Mojave has been shared publicly by a German security researcherFriday, 8 Feb 2019
A zero-day security flaw in macOS Mojave has been shared publicly by a German security researcher
Researchers from Check Point discovered multiple vulnerabilities that allowed Fortnite players’ accounts to be hackedThursday, 17 Jan 2019
Researchers from internet security firm Check Point discovered multiple vulnerabilities that allowed for Fortnite players’ accounts to be compromised
Dropbox users with accounts created in mid-2012 have been advised to change their passwordsThursday, 1 Sep 2016
Last week, Dropbox users with accounts created in mid-2012 received an email from the company, which informed them to change their passwords the next time they log into their accounts. This move was positioned as a “preventive measure”; however, there are darker inklings behind all this.
WhatsApp begins end-to-end encryption for its servicesWednesday, 6 Apr 2016
The encryption is in full force, and it protects calls, messages, attachments, and media content sent by fellow users in group chats and one-to-one conversation.
Sparkle updater in many Mac apps leaves apps vulnerable to hijacksWednesday, 10 Feb 2016
A large number of Mac apps have been found to be vulnerable to man-in-the-middle type attacks, no thanks to a vulnerability in the third-party software framework the apps use to receive updates.
Google Chrome will stop supporting poorly secured sites soonMonday, 21 Dec 2015
Does your favorite shopping site use SHA-1 certificates for securing information transmitted over the World Wide Web? Google claims that it’s unsafe, and their Chrome browser will not support sites with SHA-1 SSL certificates.
Amazon now provides two-factor authenticationThursday, 19 Nov 2015
If you shop online, it's a safe bet that Amazon is one of the online retailers you get stuff from. If so, you really should enable Amazon's new two factor authentication on your account. Hop on in and we'll show you how.
Flight MH370 News Exploited by Cybercriminals, Online Threats CirculatingTuesday, 18 Mar 2014
Trend Micro reported that last Friday, scammers exploited the news of flight MH370 to incite Facebook users to hit a malicious link. Although the spoofed site has since been taken down, Trend Micro is advising users to stay alert, and exercise caution before clicking on any shared links.