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18 April 2019

Internet outages predicted next month as '768k Day' approaches.

The fear is justified and many companies have taken precautions to update old routers, but some cascading failures are still predicted.

The term 768k Day comes from the original mother of all internet outages known as...

18 April 2019

MoviePass subscriber rolls plunge from a peak of more than 3 million to just 225,000 in under a year.

In June 2018, MoviePass claimed it had signed up...

18 April 2019

Facebook adding to last months leaks, saying that millions of Instagram users are also impacted.

However, the company are lucky that most people don't seem to take these leaks seriously.

From the companys blog:

"(Update on April 18, 2019 at 7AM PT: Since...

18 April 2019

Business users of Cisco, F5 Networks, Palo Alto Networks and Pulse Secure platforms are impacted, according to the U.S. government.

VPN apps built by four vendors, Cisco, F5 Networks, Palo Alto Networks and Pulse Secure, improperly store authentication tokens and session cookies without...

18 April 2019

State sponsored DNS hijacking campaign affects MENA, the U.S and Sweden.

The first attacks began in January, 2017 and are still in play.

The DNS hijacking campaign has been named "SeaTurtle...

18 April 2019

Amazon shutting down its China marketplace business, but it will only affect the e-commerce site.

Their cloud business will reportedly continue to operate in China.

Amazon entered the...

18 April 2019

OpenSSH 8.0 released yesterday, 2019-04-17 and it is a 100% complete SSH protocol 2.0 implementation that includes sftp client and server support.

This release contains mitigation for a weakness in the scp(1) tool and protocol.

(CVE-2019-6111): when copying files from a remote...

18 April 2019

Facebook uploaded 1.5 million email contacts from its users between 2016 and 2019.

The activity came to light when a security researcher noticed that Facebook was asking users to enter their email passwords to verify their identities when signing up for an account, according to...

17 April 2019

Amazon is the leading ISP for bad bots and bad bots are responsible for 37.9 percent of todays web traffic.

These "bad bots" are usually tasked with performing denial-of-service (DoS) attacks or other malicious activities, like...

17 April 2019

US student destroyed college computers with USB killer. $58,000 Worth of College Computers

A former student of The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York, has pleaded guilty to charges that...

17 April 2019

Microsoft Facial-Recognition technology not for sale to anyone that wants it. The company has decided on human rights concerns, to turn down several countries request to purchase AI-technology installations.

Microsoft Corp recently rejected...

17 April 2019

Samsungs Galaxy Fold Units has serious display problems, besides the price setting at $2,000 USD.

A few selected reporters were sent units to test the new smartphone and hopefully give it an awesome review, but instead it resulted in disaster.

Steve Kovach of CNBC, Mark Gurman of...

17 April 2019

Intel exits 5G phone modem business, this announcement came just hours after Apple and Qualcomm settled their long licensing dispute.

New iPhone models released in 2018 used Intel modem chips, but now this leaves Apple whith only one supplier for its iPhones and that is Qualcomm.


17 April 2019

Apple iPhone massproduction to begin in India this year, while China stagnates and Apple loses shares to local competitors such as Huawei Technologies Co. and Xiaomi Corp.

Now seeing as they already has a factory present in India, where they have been and still are manufacturing older...

17 April 2019

SONY NextGen Playstation 5, while the name is not written in stone yet, it is highly unlikely to change.

Whats new in this upcoming monster console with 8K graphics:

The CPU is based on the third generation of AMD’s Ryzen line and contains eight cores of the company’s new 7nm Zen 2...

17 April 2019

Russia adopts new bill expanding government Internet control, “providing for the save and sustainable functioning” of the Internet on Russian territory.

The State Duma, commonly abbreviated in Russian as Gosduma, is the lower house of the Federal Assembly of Russia, while the upper...

16 April 2019

Scranos Rootkit Expands Operations From China according to a report from BitDefender.

Windows users who have the bad habit of downloading and installing cracked software applications are at the highest risk.

According to Bitdefender experts, these apps are laced with a relatively...

16 April 2019

DARPA developing RACE, to make a better and more secure app than WhatsApp.

The Defense and Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), appears to be in the process of developing its own...

16 April 2019

Microsoft Outlook email security breached after a Microsoft support agents user credentials was compromised.

This enabled individuals outside of the company access to Outlook email accounts.

Between January 1st and the 28th of March, Outlook email accounts have been accessed using...

16 April 2019

TicTocTrack smartwatch security flaws can be used by hackers to track your children.

This seemingly harmless and popular smartwatch allows parents to track their children's whereabouts, but TicTocTrack, has been discovered to be riddled with security issues that could allow hackers with...



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