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Page Caches May Be Vulnerable To Attack

There's a new side channel attack to worry about. This one is after the target system's OS page cache, where a variety ...

High Quality Photos May Affect Facial Recognition On Some Phones

One of the exciting new features offered by the latest smartphones is facial recognition, which allows users to unlock their devices simply ...

Flaws In Several Adobe Products Could Let Attackers In 

Two new critical flaws have been discovered in Adobe Acrobat and Reader that require your urgent attention. In fact, the flaws ...

Adware Continues To Be A Major Issue On Android Devices 

Google has been busy in recent weeks.  They've removed a staggering 85 apps from their Play Store when they discovered that ...

Wannacry Ransomware Continues To Be A Problem For Some

It's been the better part of two years since the outbreak of the Wannacry ransomware epidemic.  Unfortunately, all this time later, some ...

New Internet Explorer Exploit Currently Being Used By Attackers

Are you still using Internet Explorer?  Now you have a new reason to consider switching to a more up to date browser. ...

New Amazon Order Confirmation Emails Could Be Phishing Attempts

According to Alexa, Amazon is the 4th most visited website in the United States and ranks 8th worldwide.  To say that it ...

Chromebook To Get Additional USB Security

Google is taking additional steps to protect its Chromebook user base.  Currently, if a hacker has physical access to your machine, he ...

Chromebook May Soon Allow Dual Boot With Windows 10

Chromebooks are fun, cool machines that are incredibly popular with students, hipsters, artists, and the like. However, the company hasn't been able ...

Windows 10 May Get Some New Useful Features

This spring, Windows 10 users will be treated to a raft of exciting new features. Currently, the company's massive test group of ...