The Tech Titans Were Caught Napping
Chrome for Windows Gets Hardware-enforced
Google makes Chrome for Windows more resilient to
vulnerability exploitation with new mitigation technology
How Do I Access Gmail Without Phone Verification?
Getting into your account without your phone
At its heart, the legal spat between Apple and
'Fortnite' maker Epic Games is about whether or not the iPhone is
How to make network files always available offline
on Windows 10
Windows 10 includes the Offline Files feature to
let access files from shared folders without a network connection,
and here's how to use it.
Why Do Websites Use Pop-ups?
Colonial Pipeline attack spotlights risks of
geographically dispersed networks in an industry that is ‘far
behind’ (they are reported to have paid $5M of our money)
Batch File to Release TCP/IP, Flush DNS, Reset
Winsock, Reset Proxy
6 iPhone tips for improving typing speed and
Increase your typing accuracy by learning shortcuts
built into iOS that give quick access to the number keys, undoing
and redoing entries and more.
How to Enable Dark Mode in Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office 2016 comes with a built-in dark
theme and it's wonderful. Here's how you can get it for yourself.
Should You Disable “Antimalware Service Executable”
Process in Windows?
Huawei responds to rumors of phone brands ditching
Android for HarmonyOS
Update: Huawei responds to rumors
How to Shut Down the Computer in Windows 10
US cracks down on 'bulletproof hosting' providers
that enabled malware attacks
Four individuals face up to 20 years for providing
a "safe haven" to cybercriminals.
How to stop Windows 10 Defender from uploading
files to Microsoft
Best SSD for NAS 2021
U.S. Declares Emergency in 17 States Over Recent
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
(FMCSA) has declared a regional emergency in 17 states and the
District of Columbia because of the ransomware attack on Colonial
My iPhone devoured my data plan — don’t let this
happen to you
A couple of settings on your iPhone can keep your
cellular data from getting used up
PSA: Don’t drive while you are on a Zoom meeting
An Ohio state Senator used a fake background, but
it was clear he was driving
Four Plead Guilty to RICO Conspiracy Involving
Hosting Services for Cybercrime
The "bulletproof hosting" organization hosted
malware including Zeus, SpyEye, Citadel, and the Blackhole Exploit
Open database exposes massive Amazon review scam
WhatsApp Won't Delete Accounts That Don't Accept
The firm will, however, slowly take away features,
until the app essentially becomes useless.
Why Verizon sold AOL and Yahoo for about 1% of
their peak valuation
HOW TO CHANGE SLEEP POWER SETTINGS ON WINDOWS 10
Do you need to save energy on your laptop or
customize the power settings on your desktop? Here's a quick way
to do this on Windows 10.
- On Windows 10 the “Power & Sleep” settings
page is located on Settings > System.
- To prevent the PC from going to sleep: Go
to Settings > System > Power & Sleep, and set the “Sleep” option
- To prevent the screen from turning off: Go
to Settings > System > Power & Sleep, and set the “Screen” option
Does cleaning cookies force me to re-verify my bank
New SEI CERT chief and first ever federal CISO: old
cybersecurity models have ‘been overcome’
Fix Error 1962, No operating system found on
Windows 10 computers
How to use Chrome OS select speech-to-text
If you're too busy to read an article, you might
want to make use of the new Chrome OS select-to-speech feature.
Jack Wallen shows you how.
Can You Run It on Linux? 11 Windows Apps That Work
Want to switch to Linux but worried about losing
your favorite apps? Check these Windows apps that still work on
Apple Indicates It Fixed Podcasts App After iOS
14.5 Broke It
Switching from Edge to Chrome should be about to
get a lot easier
Previously, Edge favorites could not be imported to
How to Send Feedback to Microsoft with Feedback Hub
app in Windows 10
Zoom has special access to your iPad's camera
It's meant to help with multitasking, but other
apps can't use it.
Google Chrome is getting a new Progressive Web App
Microsoft Edge now lets you add an Outlook Smart
Tile to its new tab page
The new Outlook Smart Tile on Edge lets you quickly
see your latest emails and create new events and emails.
Biden Plans to Strengthen US Cyberdefenses
After yet another ransomware attack, the pipeline
that supplies nearly half of the East Coast's gasoline and jet
fuel, remained shut down on Sunday. The event led to emergency
meetings in the White House and fresh concerns about whether
President Biden's executive order improving cybersecurity for
federal agencies and contractors goes far enough. (it will only be
as strong as the weakest link)
Best speed test apps in 2021: Test your Wi-Fi and
The right speed test app will ensure you're getting
what you pay for
Twitter is testing a new Tip Jar feature for
sending money to your favorite accounts
Only available on iOS and Android for now
Exchange Exploitation: Not Dead Yet
The mass exploitation of Exchange Servers has been
a wake-up call, and it will take all parties playing in concert
for the industry to react, respond, and recover.
Warning: Flaw in 40% of smartphones could expose
call history, texts and more
FTC Calls Out Tech Companies for Onerous
In a win for right-to-repair advocates, the FTC
finds 'scant evidence to support manufacturers’ justifications for
repair restrictions.' It's up to Congress to decide how to address
the problem, though.
Google tries to make Android tablets fun with
How to create shared folder for virtual machine on
VirtualBox lets you set up a folder to share files
with the virtual machine, and here's how on Windows 10.
How Do I Download a File from a Webpage?
Programs within military intel agencies in the US
and UK show growing commitment to neurodiversity
Windows Defender bug that ate up GBs of storage
How to browse and administer iOS files using Path
Cocoatech has updated its macOS Path Finder file
management app to include several new features. One new capability
in version 10 is browsing and administering files on an iOS device
using a Mac.
What Is Social Engineering? Here's How You Could Be
Learn how social engineering can affect you, plus
common examples to help you identify and stay safe from these
How to Recover your Facebook Account After
Forgetting the Password
Windows 10 update will change the default user font
Same OS, fresh new look
How to Sign out of Windows 10 (Signing out
eliminates on shutdown and restarts the message about there being
others logged in and may lose data)
ICYMI: We take a drive with Spotify’s Car Thing
And we wore the latest smart glasses from Razer.
Emotet malware nukes itself today from all infected
Best Drawing Apps for Windows 2021
Driver Released on Windows Update Causes Windows 10 BSOD
A recent driver that showed up on Windows Update
caused headaches for AMD users, as it pushed devices into a BSOD
loop making it impossible to boot.
PS5 redesign reportedly coming in 2022 with this
Redesigned PS5 with a new AMD chip could be in the
Apple made it harder to change Hulu subscriptions
because of a tweet
Prior to 2018, the streaming service had access to
Apple’s subscription APIs
Most Organizations Feel More Vulnerable to Breaches
More than half of business see the need for
significant long-term changes to IT due to COVID-19, research
Tech tip: Speed up your Windows or Mac’s startup
the easy way
Um, This Phone Will Send Your Location Data to
The Jethro SC490, aimed at US senior citizens, uses
a Chinese location data provider. Sure. Everything is fine!
You need to see this brilliant Gmail trick that
everyone should be using
How to enable or disable Aero Shake on Windows 10
Windows 10 gets a new option in the Settings app to
enable or disable Aero Shake, and here's how to configure it.
Why is a website trying to open a file on my
If clicking on a link causes a request to open a
file on your machine, chances are the web page author made a
simple, and common, mistake.
Recently I was on a web site, clicked on a link and
it redirected me to a “file://” URL. The screen showed folders &
clickable links to folders and files that aren’t on my machine at
all! The question I want to ask is: is this website trying to
access my personal files on my computer? Does a “file://” url mean
my files somehow became public?
Nope. It’s something much more benign and banal
Ransomware gang Babuk claims DC’s Metropolitan
Police was last caper – then goes dark
Fix Ntfs.sys Failed BSOD Error on Windows 10
A security flaw in AirDrop found by users
5 Ways Cybercriminals Target Children Online
Kids can be targeted online, so how can you protect
them from cybercriminals?
Ethernet Switch vs. Hub vs. Splitter: What’s the
Seagate launches small but mighty SSD for content
Seagate One Touch SSDs fit right in your pocket
How to Turn On or Off Online Speech Recognition in
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G: Can just ‘good’ be good
This new mid-range phone is a worthy one, but I'm
still not sure I'd buy it
Passwordstate password manager hacked in supply
Teen spends over $8000 on FIFA on Xbox,
highlighting EA's predatory game design practices once again
A distraught parent on U.K. parenting forum Mumsnet
shines a spotlight on EA's predatory game design.
The powerful, lightweight and easy-to-use web
browser developed by the well known Google company
How to use your camera as a webcam
Are all the best webcams sold out? Here's how to
use your camera as a webcam
The best free apps for video calling
Work, chat, and party from home
FBI, NSA, CISA & NCSC Issue Joint Advisory on
Russian SVR Activity
The report provides additional details on tactics
of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service following public
attribution of the group to last year's SolarWinds attack.
No such thing as free storage – What Big Tech
companies collect to store your data
Ransomware Hits Research Facility After Student
Installs Pirated Software
A student with access to a European research
institute's network exposed his login credentials after installing
pirated software that turned out to be password-stealing malware,
according to security firm Sophos.
Microsoft will finally stop bundling Flash with
Microsoft Announces Windows 10 May 2021 (21H1)
Windows Update May Solve High CPU Usage Bug
DOD Expands Vulnerability Disclosure Program to
Software Business Driving US Jobs, GDP Growth
What Is Competitive Pro Gaming? Why Are Esports So
Esports have exploded over the last decade. What
exactly is competitive gaming? What’s the appeal? Why do people
Is TiVo done with streaming dongles? Not so fast
TiVo says it'll keep making Android TV streaming
players despite reports the contrary. Let's hope that's true.
Power Automate User Groups
Explore creative solutions by learning new skills
and sharing ideas with like-minded peers and product experts.
21 reasons why I think everyone should try Linux
Gaming, business, budgeting, art, programming, and
more. These are just a few of the many ways anyone can use Linux.
Waterfox, a fork of the Mozilla Firefox browser, is
designed for greater speed and privacy, as well as compatibility
with older add-ons. We consider two versions of the Waterfox
browser and what they have to offer.
5 Reasons Your Closed Email Account Sends Spam