Ransomware’s suspected Russian roots point to a
long detente between the Kremlin and hackers
Here’s what T-Mobile is doing about the massive
data breach affecting millions of customers
How to Switch Audio Devices From Windows 11’s
How to Tell If Your iPhone or iPad Is Infected With
In some cases, receiving a message is enough to
install the spyware on your device.
If flash memory is being used in solid state
drives, isn't it going to wear out?
Solid state drives with flash memory will wear out
much slower than their very cheap counterparts in thumbdrives and
The 8 Smallest Linux Distros That Are Minimal and
Strapped for hard disk space? Install one of these
small and lightweight Linux distros to make your PC usable again.
Build the ultimate bootable Windows repair drive
Load up a USB drive with the right software, and
you’ll have a complete toolkit to restart, troubleshoot, and
repair Windows PCs.
Workaround for Windows 10 and 11 HiveNightmare
Windows Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability
Cybersecurity lags behind as IoT devices
proliferate, according to a new report
About one-quarter of respondents do not incorporate
any of the listed measures to protect these devices and many feel
as though consumers are not responsible for smart and IoT device
If you're still using Internet Explorer 11, Google
Meet is leaving you soon
Switching to a modern browser will soon be the only
option for Meet users
DD-WRT vs. OpenWrt: Which router firmware should
you use? (avg life of the firmware in routers is five years of
updates, then replace or change)
Macrium Reflect - Create a Rescue Partition
How to play xCloud games with Xbox app on Windows
You can now play Xbox Cloud Gaming titles through
the Xbox app on Windows 10 (and Windows 11), and here's how to get
For Next-Generation CPUs, Not Moving Data Is the
DBREACH: New Attack Targeting Databases
Infosecurity Magazine reports a new sort of
database attack that may lead to data leakage and loss at the
Black Hat US 2021 hybrid event on August 5. The attack is called
DBREACH and it involves exfiltration and reconnaissance from
databases using Adaptive Compression Heuristics.
2 million government records exposed online in
'no-fly' watchlist, researcher says
A security researcher says the massive trove of
records included names, birthdates and passport details.
How to use the macOS command line to compare two
folders’ contents in Terminal
Use a built-in Unix program to quickly compare two
Pine64 Introduces New Linux-Powered e-Ink Tablet
(Pine are similar to Raspberry Pi SBC)
The PineNote will run $399 and come with a pen
How to disable the pop-up blocker in your browser
Here's how to disable the pop-up blocker in your
Homeland Security may use companies to find
extremism on social media
There are concerns this will degrade civil
These 2 new Google scams are easy to fall for –
Don’t become a victim
FBI Terrorist Watchlist Containing 1.9M Records
The list contains the personal details of people
suspected of terrorism.
Microsoft to raise prices as much as 20% for some
What Is Browser Fingerprinting, and How Can You
Test Out Microsoft Edge's 'Super Duper Secure Mode'
The name sounds silly, but Super Duper Secure
Mode's security improvements are serious.
Why can't I copy this large video from my camera to
How Bad Is Bitcoin for the Environment? The Impact
of Bitcoin Mining
Bitcoin is the most successful cryptocurrency of
all time, but it comes at a cost. Here's how its energy
consumption affects the environment.
The best new Chrome OS feature you aren’t yet using
This hidden Chromebook gem is well worth your while
You better add Pin Protection to your Bitlocker
Moving OT to the cloud means accounting for a whole
new host of security risks
ICS systems managed via cloud software are open to
exploits that could be destructive enough to cause physical damage
to industrial systems. Here's how to protect your operational
Intel’s 15th-gen laptop CPUs could lead to powerful
yet affordable gaming laptops
Arrow Lake aiming for the bullseye with integrated
Bitdefender Coupons: Discounts on internet
security, antivirus, & more
How to Encrypt Files and Folders with Encrypting
File System (EFS) in Windows 10
Windows 10 now blocks Potentially Unwanted Apps
(PUA) by default
Windows 10 now enables potentially unwanted app
blocking by default to add another layer of security.
Chip Delivery Times Hit 20 Weeks as Semiconductor
Unwanted Bot Traffic Costs up to $250M a Year
More and more businesses are infiltrated by
malicious and increasingly difficult to detect bots, according to
Cybernews. This is particularly affecting retailers who had to
expand their online presence to meet the needs of their customers.
Windows 11 download: How to get Microsoft's free
update (if you're eligible)
Can't wait for the Windows 11 general release later
this year? You can download an early version of Microsoft's new OS
now. Here's how.
Master the macOS command line: How to use the
command manual in Terminal
The key to learning about OS X's command line is
manual (or man) pages. Here's an introduction.
Why I Can't Wait for the PineNote E-Ink Tablet
More than meets the eye
T-Mobile data breach puts 48 million people at
severe risk of identity theft
Here's what you need to do about T-Mobile's latest
Apple ordered to pay $300 million in LTE patent
iPhones, iPads and even Apple Watches allegedly
violate Optis' patents.
Delete these 9 sketchy Android apps now before they
hack your Facebook account
How to Carry Your Vaccination Card on Your Phone
With mask restrictions changing, Delta surging, and
New York City's new mandate, you may have to pull out proof of
vaccination. But the official vaccine card doesn't fit easily in a
wallet. Here's how to keep it handy on your phone.
Best Budget Gaming Laptops (just because it was
built for budget restricted gamers, it can be used by anyone for
any computing purpose)
How to Install Windows 3.1 on an iPad
How to Finally FaceTime Your Non-Apple Friends
At long last, you can invite Android and Windows
users to FaceTime calls.
How can I safely wipe and dispose of old hard
How to Use Inline Tagging in Evernote
Evernote's inline tags can make your notes more
manageable! Here's how to use them.
Apple's anti-porn overreach — good intent, bad
Apple has unveiled plans to use its extensive
powers to fight child pornography. Even though it has good
intentions, the company's actual plan has given people dozens of
reasons to oppose the move.
Google is improving privacy by allowing users to
lock Chrome Incognito tabs
Vaccine passports have to be consistent so that all
countries can recognize them, expert says
This might create problems for those from poorer
countries. Their countries may not have the resources to create
vaccine passports that are readable everywhere.
Google is finally set to penalize slow-loading
Google will reward websites with refined user
Best Raspberry Pi deals for 2021: starter kits,
cases, and more!
How to See Full Details about a Windows 10 ISO file
HOW TO COMPLETELY REMOVE A PRINTER DRIVER ON
If you no longer need a printer, this is how you
can get rid of the leftover drivers.
Nvidia Announces Tiny Ampere GPU for Workstations
Windows 11’s Transparency Effects Won’t Slow Down
Windows 11 comes with a plethora of changes, not
only in terms of features but also as far as the user interface is
T-Mobile confirms breach but still investigating if
personal data was stolen
More than 100 million people are reportedly
Master the macOS command line: How to navigate
files and folders in Terminal
Learn how to perform functions using your Mac's
How to Make Better Passwords
Word combinations can be effective
NortonLifelock merging with Avast — what does this
mean for you?
Could the combined company kill free antivirus
A magnetic helmet shrunk a deadly tumor in
The user-friendly medical device can be operated at
Before you sign a document online, look for these
signs it’s a scam
Running Out of Storage? Clean Up Apple Messages to
Free Up Space
Don't let videos, photos, GIFs, and stickers buried
in text messages fill up your Apple devices' storage. Our guide
shows you how to dig them out of the Messages app on your iPhone,
iPad, and Mac.
New York high school students uncovered data breach
but were ignored for months
How to Embed Files and Calendar Events in Google
How to Find the Hidden 'Orphaned' Files Eating Your
Google Drive Storage
If your Google Storage space seems low, it's
possible you need to clean up a few left behind files.
Do I need these 32-bit updates listed for
applications I'm running in my 64-bit edition of Windows?
How to Delete Your Personal Data From Public Record
Don't want your information falling into the wrong
hands? Learn how to delete your personal information from the web!
Old-fashioned business travel is dead (but don't
blame the pandemic)
The norms and habits around traveling for work have
changed dramatically in recent years. Here's what's different now
— and why.
Microsoft retires OneDrive's Fetch Files feature
How to copy and paste items with the Microsoft
The Office clipboard is a handy alternative to the
built-in Windows clipboard when you need to copy and paste
Best malware removal software 2021
Free and paid anti-malware tools and services
Microsoft rolls out first updates to its Windows 11
Windows Insiders in the Dev channel can now try out
the first wave of updates for Microsoft's Windows 11 apps.
How to Turn On or Off Lock Screen Reminder and VoIP
calls Notifications in Windows 10
How to remove Start menu Recommended items on
Yes, you can prevent the Start menu on Windows 11
from showing recommended items, and here's how.
Newegg Forced People to Buy Gigabyte Power Supplies
With Catastrophic Failure Rates
Microsoft Apps Feeling Like Home on Samsung’s New
Samsung took the wraps off new foldables earlier
today, and long-time partner Microsoft was part of the fun, as the
software giant worked together with the South Koreans to make its
apps part of the new-generation mobile experience.
Google Search rival DuckDuckGo: What to know about
the private search engine
DuckDuckGo calls itself a Google Search
alternative, standing between online trackers and your personal
information. Here's how it works.
How to determine the version of your Windows ISO
Windows 11 Doesn't Want You Changing the Default
You're in for a rough time if you don't set a new
How to clean a TV screen without damaging it
Is your TV screen showing dust, fingerprints and
mystery marks? Time to clean it
A magnetic helmet shrunk a deadly tumor in
The user-friendly medical device can be operated at
Update your PC! Windows users open to a scary new
Master Social Media Without Sacrificing Your
Posting on social media is all about communication,
whether it's chatting among a tight circle of friends or
broadcasting your views to the public. Just take care that you
don't give away too much information.
Middle East Oil Giants Grapple With Cyberattacks
Why is my Ping Time so high in Windows 11/10?
Inside the New Windows 11 Store
Watch Panos Panay, Chief Product Officer, Microsoft
sending a special message to Windows Insiders
T-Mobile is investigating a hack of 54 million
people’s data — here’s what to do if you think your data was
The breach included customers’ names, birth dates,
Social Security numbers and driver’s license information
Testing Waterfox, a Firefox alternative
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.
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