Hackers Are Winning the Cyber War, Largely Because
They Target People
Employee Training and Testing Are Crucial Aspects
to Any Security Strategy
Have You Been Smished? Mass Smishing Operation
Targeting Mobile Users with Fake Amazon and USPS Update Messages
Google plans more Android privacy, but it’s nothing
like Apple’s controversial anti-tracking on iPhones
How to Turn on and Use Text Predictions in
When will Windows 11 ship? Here's what we know
We wouldn't expect Microsoft to ditch its
tried-and-true program of Windows testing for Windows 11.
A first look at the backup software Macrium Reflect
Intel quietly expands the Tiger Lake family with
two new releases
An i5 and an i7 have now arrived
How to Easily Rename Files in Linux
How to Send Encrypted Email With 5 Popular Mail
Not all email services are created equal — read on
to find out which popular email services support encryption to
keep your mail safe and secure.
How to take control and create a custom power plan
in Windows 10
Getting the best performance out your Windows 10 PC
often requires tweaking power settings. Users can create a custom
power plan that applies their performance tweaks automatically.
What is phishing? How this cyber attack works and
how to prevent it
Phishing is a method of trying to gather personal
information using deceptive e-mails and websites. Here's what you
need to know about this venerable, but increasingly sophisticated,
form of cyber attack.
Windows 11 with new UX confirmed in a leak, ahead
of Microsoft's June 24 announcement
In advance of Microsoft's planned Windows event on
June 24th, an internal build of the upcoming OS has leaked in
public forums confirming the new Windows 11 branding.
How to Create a System Restore Point in Windows 10
How to set Windows Terminal default app for Command
Prompt, PowerShell, WSL
You can now make the Windows Terminal experience
the default application to open PowerShell and Command Prompt, and
NVIDIA’s Jetson Chipset Comes with Exploitable Bugs
New vulnerabilities have been found in NVIDIA's
Jetson SoC framework that affects millions of graphics cards.
These vulnerabilities may allow hackers to perform
denial-of-service attacks and data theft, according to Threat
Tulsa warns of data breach after Conti ransomware
leaks police citations
Ransomware gang wants to short the stock price of
The operators of the Darkside ransomware are
expanding their extortion tactics with a new technique aimed at
companies that are listed on NASDAQ or other stock markets.
We can’t stop staring at Apple’s stunning leaked
iPhone 13 design in this YouTube video
Microsoft’s new Fluid Office documents are coming
to life in Teams, OneNote, and more
The biggest change to Office in decades is starting
to roll out
Windows 11 availability: When it's coming and how
you can get the beta early
You're in for a bit of a wait for the full Windows
11 release, but early builds are coming soon
Hyundai now owns robot dog maker Boston Dynamics
It plans to use the company to create a robotics
value chain across manufacturing and construction.
This devastating online attack is up 347% – Protect
How to Spot a Fake Review on Amazon
Amazon and other e-commerce websites are flooded
with bogus reviews. These online tools will help you identify a
fake review and save you from choosing a product that's not worth
Google will make it harder to track Android users
across apps (updated)
How to Clear Your Browsing History in Microsoft
What Windows 11 could do to solve Windows 10's
Will Microsoft use Windows 11 to fix these problems
with Windows 10? Let's hope so.
Google will replace Backup and Sync client with
Drive for desktop later this year
Windows 11 release date, features and everything
you need to know
The revolutionary Windows update is here
How to Fix a Touchpad Not Working in Linux
What Is a Smart Home? The Pros and Cons, Explained
What is a smart home? Learn the basics of smart
home technology and whether a smart home is right for you.
Smart clothing will monitor your health
Washable, breathable and stretchable cloths
developed at Purdue University are paving the way for battery-free
clothes powered by Wi-Fi.
The 15 biggest data breaches of the 21st century
Data breaches affecting millions of users are far
too common. Here are some of the biggest, baddest breaches in
Windows 11 startup sound, UI, wallpapers, and more
emerge following leaked build
With a build of Windows 11 leaking earlier today,
we finally have a first look at the new operating system from
How to Generate System Diagnostics Report in
Microsoft Edge 91 brings memory boost, price
history, color themes
Microsoft pushes a big update for Edge (version 91)
with new personalization, shopping, and performance boost
South Korea's Nuclear Research Agency Hacked
South Korean authorities revealed that Kimsuky
managed to hack the state nuclear think tank Korea Atomic Energy
Research Institute (KAERI) in May 2021. KAERI was accused of a
cover-up by the Korean news organization that uncovered the story,
according to The Register.
NSA shares guidance on securing voice, video
Ransomware gang threatens to expose police
informants if ransom is not paid
Google might copy Apple’s newest hit product
INDIA’S HEALTHCARE WORKERS ARE BUSTING
MISINFORMATION ON WHATSAPP
The backbone of India’s rural healthcare system is
now tasked with beating back COVID-19 myths, one message at a time
Windows 11 vs Windows 10: Here's what's new
Here are the biggest changes between Windows 11 and
'Atomically thin' transistors could help make
electronic skins a reality
They're several times smaller than previous
Google Photos storage isn’t what it used to be –
Here are some alternatives
How to Back Up and Restore Your iPhone
Do you have a new iOS device or need to fix a
glitchy one? Here's how to back up and restore your iPhone using
iTunes, iCloud, Finder, or the Google One online service.
Top leaker says Microsoft will unveil Windows 11
later this month
7 Important Facebook Privacy Settings to Change
Microsoft officially unveils Windows 11
This new version of Windows will begin rolling out
next week to Windows Insiders.
Macrium Reflect 7.3 backup software update
introduces native task scheduler
Browser maker Brave launches privacy-first search
Brave Search looks to offer independent privacy
How to Fix a Touchpad Not Working in Linux
Is Firefox Running Slow? 6 Tips and Tweaks to Speed
If Firefox feels slow compared to other web
browsers, try these tips to boost its speed and restore its
Schneider Electric rolls out its smallest
single-phase uninterrupted power supply
The APC Smart-UPS Ultra uses lithium-ion tech and
aims to deliver more power in distributed IT and edge computing
sites, the company said.
7 new social engineering tactics threat actors are
Old tactics in new packages lead the list of
current social engineering attacks. Experts provide real-world
Windows 11: This is Microsoft's improved app
App snapping is getting a few new features and
functions on Windows 11.
PowerShell Scripting - Update Windows 10 USB
Microsoft ships Windows Package Manager (winget)
Windows Package Manager 1.0 (winget) now fully
available to search, download, install, and maintain apps using
commands on Windows 10.
Former Black Hat Hacker Warns Cyberattacks Against
U.S. Will Skyrocket
Hector Xavier Monsegur cautioned on Saturday that
cyberattacks against United States infrastructure IT are becoming
worse and worse, says Yahoo Finance.
Carnival Cruise hit by data breach, warns of data
74% of Financial Institutions See Spike in
Financial losses have also increased among
organizations in the last year, with the average cost reaching
Facebook says its AI can detect deepfakes and
identify their origin
Tech antitrust pioneer Lina Khan will officially
lead the FTC
Congress is preparing to take drastic action
against tech monopolies
Millions of Dell PCs can be hacked remotely —
here's what you need to know (Must read even if you don't own a
Dell regarding firmware updates)
More than 100 Dell models are vulnerable to
FCC changes how emergency alerts appear on your
'National Alerts' will include FEMA warnings.
10 Mac settings you should definitely be using
Microsoft Files DMCA Takedown Notices on Leaked
Copies of Windows 11
The copyright complaints ask Google to remove
search results for the Windows 11 build, suggesting the leaked ISO
file is legit.
Why is my internet so slow on my computer? 5 fixes
How to Find Links to Other Workbooks in Microsoft
What to do with an old laptop: 10 clever ideas
Even broken laptops can have more in store for them
than just consignment to a recycling pile.
R-Undelete Home: recover deleted files on Windows
Fake Google ads used to lure victims to
malware-rigged Signal, Telegram websites
Drive-by-download campaigns are poisoning Google’s
search results, warns experts
How to Know If Someone Else Is Logging into Your
What Is the Dark Web?
What is the dark web? Is it as scary as it sounds?
Here's a simple explainer with everything you need to know.
Linux 101: How to clean the DNF and APT caches
Jack Wallen shows you how to clean the caches for
both the DNF and APT package managers, so you can solve package
installation problems that arise from corrupt installation
New DDoS extortion attacks detected as Fancy
Lazarus group returns
Well-known threat group resurfaces as Fancy Lazarus
with a new ransom DDoS campaign targeting multiple sectors.
Windows Central readers aren't sold on Windows 11's
look ... yet
Windows 11 has a new Start menu, Taskbar, and much
more, but most of our readers want more time before judging how it
Adjust Processor Resources for Best Performance of
Programs or Background Services in Windows 10
How to install Ubuntu on Windows 10
Windows 10 now support Linux distros natively, but
you need to add the feature manually – here's how.
NATO's Cloud Platform has been Hacked
NATO uses the SOA & IdM platform and classified it
as secret while it was used to handle several essential functions
within the Polaris program.
Windows 11 introduces a revamped windows snapping
MacKenzie Scott Gave Away Billions. The Scam
She has no large foundation, headquarters or public
website. That makes it easier to dispense money on her own terms —
and for others to prey on the vulnerable in her name.
The iPhone 12 is dominating the 5G market, despite
Apple’s delayed entry
How Republicans and Democrats are gearing up to
fight tech monopolies
It’s not just Lina Khan
Windows 11 will run Android apps — here’s how
The Amazon App store will be integrated into the
Lawmakers propose 25 percent tax credit to
incentivize domestic chip production
The Facilitating American-Built Semiconductors Act
has bipartisan support.
How to set up a private YouTube channel to share
Hyundai Now Owns Robot Maker Boston Dynamics
Will every new Hyundai vehicle come with a free
TikTok just gave itself permission to collect
biometric data on US users, including 'faceprints and voiceprints'
Everything about Windows Movie Maker
FBI: Russian hackers are still trying to break into
networks, here's how to protect yours from attack
Joint advisory urges organisations to stay alert
when it comes to attacks by Russian's Foreign Intelligence Service
- aka APT 29.
Brazil, Besieged by Covid, Now Faces a Severe
Brazilians are paying more for electricity, dealing
with the possibility of water rationing and expecting a
destructive fire season in the Amazon in the worst dry spell in at
least 90 years.
How to get Peacock on your Fire TV right now
No need to wait for NBC and Amazon to work things
out. Just sideload the Android TV version instead.
Search for processes by start time
How do you find a process running on a Linux system
by start time? The question sounds trivial, but the answer is
trickier than it first appears.
How Do I Protect Myself from Other Computers on My