Management of one’s personal devices, applications and security settings for everyone in a large organization can become an overwhelming task and time consuming. Google has released something that can make IT manager’s breath a bit easier. Their announcement today of a new set of security tools to help Google Apps users take back control of their security online.
Experts don’t know where it came from, and aren’t quite sure what it does.
But they do know this: a newly-uncovered cybersecurity threat appears to have been designed by a government, and is “groundbreaking and almost peerless.”
Frank Swain can hear Wi-Fi, and he’s been tuning in to London’s networks for the past week.
US President, Barack Obama, is urging adoption of stronger NET NEUTRALITY rules, by asking the FCC to classify it as a public utility. In other words, he’s asking the agency not to allow destructive things like fast lanes (a.k.a. paid prioritization) or throttling.
Trend Micro Incorporated, has released its annual security predictions report, “Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2015 and Beyond: The Invisible Becomes Visible,” and the company’s threat defense experts are highlighting the report’s forecast that targeted attacks will become rampant from more countries as hackers from the usual suspects have found success targeting victims around the world. Additionally, the report breaks downs seven other cybersecurity threat predictions for 2015 including banks and payment systems.
Popular online storage locker and cloud storage Dropbox appears to be the among the latest in a series of high profile target’s being hacked and to have the contents dumped online. A series of posts made available on PasteBin is said to contain the login credentials for hundreds of Dropbox accounts. (more…)
The GIF format has been around for 25 years now and not alot of improvement has come along. UNTIL NOW!
It appears that Microsoft will include multiple desktop support in its next operating system.
A video is the latest leak of the operating system, which is currently dubbed Windows 9.
Attackers were quick to capitalized on the Shellshock Bash command interpreter bug disclosed yesterday. Constructing a botnet that is rapidly try to infect other servers, according to a security researcher. (more…)
It looks like Facebook is experimenting with a new app that’s codenamed “Moments.”
The app will center on sharing things that might be too private for the wide-open audience of your Facebook Newsfeed, according to a report from TechCrunch. (more…)