March 31 is World Backup Day. Monday is April Fool’s Day. Coincidence? I think not. I you are one of the hold-outs who is going to get around to it someday, today is your chance.
Google’s Project Zero researchers have revealed a “high severity” macOS security flaw nicknamed ‘BuggyCow’ which Apple appears to be in no rush to patch.
Comcast customers beware! It didn’t require an account PIN to switch carriers. Everybody uses 0000, it said, making it easier for customers… and phone hijackers.
Microsoft’s IoT version of Windows is vulnerable to an exploit that could give an attacker complete control of the system.
Training and certification offerings are becoming less effective in helping organizations retain security employees, according to an ISACA report.
Letterboxing comes straight from the Tor browser, and will help Firefox users avoid advertisers that follow them around the web.
Facebook’s planning a new, highly integrated platform and talking a lot about encrypted messaging.Share