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Ransomware knows no borders. An attorney with
cybersecurity expertise suggests the only way to stop ransomware
is for nations to create a global solution.
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Google Drive now let you ban spammers
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- Tech companies from Apple to Roku warned
investors not to expect the same hyper growth in their businesses
that they saw in 2020.
- As the world opens up, people are relying
less on technology to shop, work and play.
- Still, the biggest tech companies expect
to show impressive growth but have largely lapped the boom from
Biden says he has deal to lower Internet prices,
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release details on speeds and prices.
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Sprint's Legacy LTE Network Is Scheduled to Go
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Chinese state hackers breached over a dozen US
Chinese state media slams video games, warns of
addiction among children
An article by a Chinese state-run publication
calling for new restrictions sent share prices in tech giants
Tencent and NetEase sharply lower.
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Apple Pulls Dating App for Unvaccinated People Over
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where users could publish posts, including conspiracy theories
about the COVID-19 vaccines.
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Ransomware fallout is devastating and could often
be avoided, study finds
Ransomware victims face tightened budgets, lost
productivity and other problems. In most cases, new post-attack
security measures could have prevented the ransomware attack if
Is storing a digital driver’s license on your phone
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It might take up to two more years to fully catch
up to demand, says Intel chief
Apple will report images of child sexual abuse
detected on iCloud to law enforcement
- Apple will report child exploitation
images uploaded to iCloud in the U.S. to law enforcement, the
company said on Thursday.
- The new system will detect images called
Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) using a process called hashing,
where images are transformed into unique numbers that correspond
to that image.
- Apple says that its system is more private
for users than previous approaches to eliminating illegal images
of child pornography, because it uses sophisticated cryptography
on both Apple’s servers and user devices.
Apple, AMD, and Intel shift priorities as chip
Apple, AMD, and Intel each acknowledge their
preparation for ongoing shortages.
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strategies for mitigating the risks they pose.
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PrintNightmare Fix Doesn't Agree With Some Printers
Microsoft's patch addresses the issue, but it's
also causing connection errors
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Citizen Launches a $20 Service You Can Call to Call
The company's new feature, Protect, is supposed to
serve as an alternative to just dialing 911.
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A D for NASA, a C for HUD: Senate report warns
agencies unprepared for cyberattacks
Government agencies and major companies, such as
Microsoft, have reported intrusions by foreign hackers in Russia
People are paying $299 to get back into their
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The Best Cheap Phone Plans for 2021
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Companies are losing the war against phishing as
attacks increase in number and sophistication
A new report finds that 74% of companies have been
the victim of phishing in the last year. Staff shortages, a lack
of security training and an increase in mobile device usage for
work are factors.
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Amazon, Google and other tech companies join
government effort to fight ransomware
- Amazon, Google and Microsoft are among
several tech companies that have agreed to join a government
effort to fight ransomware.
- Cyber attacks have become a more regular
threat to U.S. organizations.
- The new initiative aims to increase
info-sharing and planning between the public and private sector.
Here’s what that Google Drive “security update”
Google is making its sharing links harder to guess,
and it's notifying users.
GAO report faults CIOs, OMB for slow adoption of
The US agency highlight four areas where
cybersecurity gaps in federal agencies threaten national security.
Cites OMB for not helping CIOs get available funds.
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File Explorer, and here's how on Windows 11.
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but not without a proper send-off first.
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recent hour-long call earnings call, indicating just how much the
idea has emerged in recent months.
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Zoom to Pay $85M Settlement for Violating User
Privacy, Allowing Zoom-Bombing
Users may get a payout of $25 whereas lawyers are
seeking $21.25M in legal fees.
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know and what to do to protect your privacy
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Windows 11's Android future is secured: Amazon
Appstore will support App Bundles
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week we take a look at Android Auto and learn how to get the most
out of it.
Did Microsoft Lie?
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How to activate virtualization-based security and
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Give your PC a little extra security. HVCI and VBS
are available in 64-bit versions of Windows 10, but you must turn
them on manually. We show you how.
Is voice cloning a security threat?
Seagate set to launch mass-market 20TB HDDs
Seagate offers multiple technologies in its 20TB
Amazon plans to cut waste following backlash over
the destruction of unused products
- The so-called Fulfilment by Amazon
programs, announced in a blog post on Wednesday, will help to
build a circular economy, the company said.
- They come less than two months after
British broadcaster ITV reported that Amazon is destroying
millions of items of unsold stock at one of its 24 U.K. warehouses
every year, including smart TVs, laptops, drones and hairdryers.
- One of the programs will allow third-party
businesses on Amazon to resell returned items as “used” products,
Amazon said. The other will allow sellers to use Amazon’s
“wholesale resale channel and technology” to recover a portion of
their inventory cost from returned items and excess stock.
Biden warns cyber attacks could lead to a “real
US president's remarks follow breaches that
paralyzed critical services.
NSA, CISA release Kubernetes hardening guidance
following Colonial Pipeline, other attacks
The guidance seeks to educate IT administrators
about cloud security risks and best practices for implementing and
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HP Reveals the Pavilion Aero, Its Lightest Laptop
The 13-inch laptop weighs less than 1 kilogram and
will be available this July
DDoS Attacks Are Back, More Aggressive Than Ever
The findings of recent research into the security
risks associated with Internet traffic were published by Telia
Carrier recently. The statistics are extremely alarming, as they
reveal that DDoS attacks surged by 50%, according to Help Net
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The U.S. has poured billions into protecting
federal agencies with little to show.
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White House touts broadband part of new
"It will deliver high speed internet to every
American," President Joe Biden said Wednesday.
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YouTube Is Testing a Cheaper 'Premium Lite'
It's about 40% cheaper than YouTube Premium, but
only offers ad-free viewing.
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Homoglyph domains used in BEC scams shut down by
Linux package managers: dnf vs apt
Package managers do the same general
things—installing, managing, and uninstalling applications—but
they don't do everything the same.
Russia's FSB Reports 'Unprecedented' Hacking
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Eufy's feature-packed Wi-Fi Video Doorbell is
cheaper than ever
Amazon is selling the Anker Eufy Security Wi-Fi
Video Doorbell for $80 right now.
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