China Used NSA Cyberweapon to Hack Targets,
How the suspected Chinese hackers learned of the
Double Pulsar hacking tool remains unknown. But Symantec
speculates they may have captured some network traffic of the NSA
using it in an actual attack, allowing them to re-engineer the
once confidential tool.
Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks, Ugly Design
Confirmed, Surprising MacBook Cancellation
Win10 1909 will be a Service Pack: Good news, but
many unanswered questions
Yesterday, Microsoft promised that its second
version of Windows for 1909, code-named 19H2, but more
consistently known as version 1909, will be a traditional Win10
1903 Service Pack 1. Hooray! What’s next?
Sodin Ransomware Exploits Windows Privilege
Exploitation of CVE-2018-8453 grants attackers the
highest level of privileges on a target system.
Tips to stop robocalls
What to Do When Skype Isn't Working
Having trouble with Skype? Try these 10 tips to get
your call underway quickly
Arduino IDE Commands Cheat Sheet
How to Use the Linux lsof Command
How to Set Up Two-Step Authentication on Your
Target knocks $100 off the Apple Watch Series 4
Units are selling quickly. so don't waste time
nabbing this timepiece.
Raspberry Pi 4 Launches With More Powerful
Processor and 4K Video
Senate passes King bill to secure energy grid
Are passwords obsolete? 5 things that could replace
Employees are still using "123456" and "qwerty" far
too often. Here are five ID forms that could better protect the
enterprise to consider on World Password Day.
How to automate tasks in Google Sheets with Macros
CLOUD GAMING: GOOGLE STADIA AND MICROSOFT XCLOUD
Your introduction to the other kind of game
These $8 outdoor LED bulbs that turn on at night
and off in the morning don’t even need Wi-Fi
Click&Clean for Chrome
An intuitive and rich-featured Chrome extension
worth having when you need to remove Internet traces, such as
browsing history, cache, and cookies
How to restore Registry from its secret backup on
Windows 10 secretly makes a backup of the Registry
in a RegBack folder, and you can use it to manually restore your
computer to a working condition. Here's how.
The Best Chrome Extensions for Online Safety and
Surfing the web these days can be a security
nightmare, from malware to ransomware. These Google Chrome
extensions can help keep you safe and secure.
7 things you didn't know Google search could do
More Than Half of SMB Devices Run Outdated
66% of devices in small-to midsized businesses are
based on expired or about-to-expire Microsoft OS versions, Alert
Logic study found.
Give your old iPad a new lease on life
Getting a new tablet? Before you sell the old one,
consider putting it to use in other ways.
How to Troubleshoot When You Have No Wireless
What to check when you have no connection
How Streetlights Are Making Cities Smarter
How to Speed Up Face ID on Your iPhone
How to Extend Your Wi-Fi Network With an Old Router
Your Time Capsule has died. How can you wipe its
Fire up the hair dryer or get cracking. You’ll need
to extract the hard drive.
Firefox Zero-Day Used to Install Mac Malware
New York Legislature passes bill that toughens
breach notification standards
How to increase virtual disk size when running
Windows 10 in a VM
Newer versions of Windows 10 require larger amounts
of free space for installation. Here's how to expand your Windows
10 virtual machine disks to prepare for your upgrade.
Google Chrome won’t clear Browsing History and Data
Twitter removes support for precise geotagging
because no one uses it
But it will remain available for photographs
Definitely try these $25 true wireless earbuds
before dumping $159 on Apple’s AirPods
Group Speed Dial for Chrome
Replace your browser's default speed dial with this
fully customizable one that lets you add notes, customize
thumbnails and organize content into groups
How to enable automatic Registry backup on Windows
You can now enable automatic Registry backups on
Windows 10, and in this guide, you'll learn how to do it.
Police Shut Down the Wall Street Market, a Top Dark
Wall Street Market had more than 1.15 million
users, who bought and sold drugs, stolen data, and malware. Now
it's offline and German police have arrested three of the site's
Watch out for this app that charges you for
critical (and free) phone updates
TA505 Group Launches New Targeted Attacks
Russian-speaking group has sent thousands of emails
containing new malware to individuals working at financial
institutions in the US, United Arab Emirates, and Singapore.
The best YouTube tips you probably didn't know you
9 tricks that can make watching YouTube so much
Common Home Network Problems
New home network headaches usually have simple
Researchers Stretch Wearables to Technology that
Sticks to the Skin
How to Record Your Screen with Microsoft PowerPoint
The Raspberry Pi 4's Most Interesting Quirks
Kuo: Scissor-switch keyboards to return in 2019
MacBook Air, 2020 MacBook Pro
After long years of complaints, Apple's
controversial "butterfly" keyboards may at last be going away.
How to Add a Guest Account in Windows 10
Chrome OS: Tips, tools, and other Chromebook
Your one-stop source for Chrome OS advice, insight,
and analysis — from someone who's covered Chromebooks closely
since the start.
How to find out what's on your network with Nmap
With this quick and simple Nmap command, you can
discover every host and associated IP address on your network.
Bluetooth devices do not pair or connect to Windows
YouTube’s AR ads let you try on virtual makeup
alongside beauty vloggers
Try before you buy
Forget smart bulbs, this discounted TP-Link smart
light switch adds smarts to every bulb in the room
Group Speed Dial for Firefox
Organize content in your browser for quick access
by turning to this lightweight extension that replaces the
built-in Speed Dial
WINDOWS 10 19H2 WILL RELEASE IN SEPTEMBER AS A
Windows 10 19H2 arrives in September, and it'll be
a minor update that will feel more like a service pack.
Are You Worried About Smart Home Devices Listening
A PCMag survey found that 68 percent of respondents
believe smart home devices listen to you when you aren't aware and
share the data with companies.
Selling items on eBay? Watch out for 'scrapers' who
offer to help
New MacOS Malware Discovered
A wave of new MacOS malware over the past month
includes a zero-day exploit and other attack code.
iOS 13 and iPad OS: Best new features and how to
use them on your iPhone and iPad now
There's so much to learn about iOS 13 and iPadOS,
but don't worry, that's what we're here for.
Troubleshooting Home Network Router Problems
Guidelines to follow
IoT Satellites Could Eventually Become a Reality
Why Do Phones Explode? (And How to Prevent It)
How to Protect Yourself From the New macOS Security
Best Mac remote access apps
Apple removed Back To My Mac from Mojave, but we
still need to reach our Macs from outside the local network.
How to Change Internet Time Server in Windows
How to create a complete Microsoft experience on
Forget Windows Phone: With the right set of
software, you can turn any Android device into a
Microsoft-centric, PC-syncing machine.
Hackers impersonate Microsoft more than any other
brand in phishing attacks
Phishers tend to focus on business during the week,
social media and finance on the weekend, according to a Vade
Arrows keys not working in Microsoft Excel
Google will cite where its song lyrics come from
following Genius dispute
Google says it doesn’t scrape websites for lyrics
Apple is reportedly working on a foldable iPad with
5G support and a massive screen
AOMEI Backupper Standard
Back up partitions, the operating system or the
entire hard disk, encrypt the disk images, clone drives and verify
the integrity, and more
How to set up VPN connection on Windows 10
When you need to connect to a remote private
network, use this guide to set up a VPN connection on Windows 10.
How to Stop Blue Light From Disturbing Your Sleep
Blue light emitted by your iOS, Android, or Windows
10 device can have negative effects on sleep. It tricks your brain
into thinking it's daytime even when it's not. Here's how to
filter out the blue light for more restful sleep.
15 ways to fix Bluetooth pairing problems
UK Forensics Firm Paid Ransom in Cyberattack
Victim firm Eurofins Scientific handles more than
70,000 criminal cases per year in the UK.
Tech Rant: Will 6G Destroy Human Society?
The DroneBullet Is Built to Seek and Destroy Other
After years of big spending, tech's political
machine turns to high gear
"I’ve never seen pushback in such a fashion
before," Terry Schilling, executive director of the American
Principles Project, told NBC News.