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  • Get 4 Essential CyberSecurity Software For Less Than $10 Per Month
    by [email protected] (Exclusive Deals) on 22 Mart 2019 at 11:57

    Major data breaches and cyber attacks are occurring at an alarming rate, and if you are still not using a VPN and password manager app, you are seriously out of excuses. Not just VPN software and a password manager, cybersecurity experts also recommend using antivirus and backup solutions to protect your computers and precious data stored on them. Unfortunately, to cover these bases, on […]

  • Medtronic's Implantable Defibrillators Vulnerable to Life-Threatening Hacks
    by [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal) on 22 Mart 2019 at 11:54

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Thursday issued an advisory warning people of severe vulnerabilities in over a dozen heart defibrillators that could allow attackers to fully hijack them remotely, potentially putting lives of millions of patients at risk. Cardioverter Defibrillator is a small surgically implanted device (in patients' chests) that gives a patient's heart an electric […]

  • Microsoft Announces Windows Defender ATP Antivirus for Mac
    by [email protected] (Mohit Kumar) on 22 Mart 2019 at 07:55

    Brace yourself guys. Microsoft is going to release its Windows Defender ATP antivirus software for Mac computers. Sounds crazy, right? But it's true. Microsoft Thursday announced that the company is bringing its anti-malware software to Apple’s macOS operating system as well—and to more platforms soon, like Linux. As a result, the technology giant renamed its Windows Defender Advanced […]

  • Facebook Mistakenly Stored Millions of Users' Passwords in Plaintext
    by [email protected] (Mohit Kumar) on 21 Mart 2019 at 19:20

    Holy moly, Facebook is again at the center of a new privacy controversy after revealing today that its platform mistakenly kept a copy of passwords for "hundreds of millions" users in plaintext. What's more? Not just Facebook, Instagram users are also affected by the latest security incident. So, if you are one of the affected users, your Facebook or Instagram password was readable to some of […]

  • Google Will Prompt European Android Users to Select Preferred Default Browser
    by [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal) on 21 Mart 2019 at 08:50

    Google announced some major changes for its Android mobile operating system in October after the European Commission hit the company with a record $5 billion antitrust fine for pre-installing its own apps and services on third-party Android phones. The European Commission accused Google of forcing Android phone manufacturers to "illegally" tie its proprietary apps and services—specifically, […]