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Apple’s New Face ID May Have Been Compromised

Tech companies of all shapes and sizes have been on the hunt for the "Holy Grail" of security features since before the rise of the internet. So far, a number […]

Windows 10 Gets New Set Of Recommended Security Standards

Microsoft has introduced a new set of standards designed to make computers running Windows 10 more secure. Obviously, these standards are not industry requirements, and most of the off-the-shelf PCs […]

New iPhone X May Be Susceptible To Burn-In

Apple's new iPhone X is a technological marvel that boasts the best display in the industry today, featuring Super Retina OLED display technology and offering a mind boggling 1,000,000 to […]

Many Businesses Found To Be Running Old Microsoft Office Versions

When an operating system reaches the end of its supported life, such as Windows XP, NT and Vista have, it's big news. It makes headlines. When other forms of software […]

Latest iOS Version May Have Bug That Changes Your Letters

If you're using an Apple device running iOS 11.0.3 or 11.1, you may have noticed some oddities when sending text messages. For reasons that aren't quite clear, the letter "I" […]

Android Gets Fix For KRACK WiFi Vulnerability

Last month, a new WiFi security vulnerability known as "Krack" was discovered by a security researcher named Mathy Vanhoef. It was about as serious as a security flaw could be, […]

Facebook Has A Major Problem With Fake Accounts

Facebook has been in hot water with evidence mounting that hordes of fake accounts were used to spread misinformation about the recent presidential election. In addition to sparking congressional hearings, […]

Touch And Vibration May Be The Fingerprints Of The Future

Researchers at Rutgers University have hit upon a novel idea that could be a game-changer in terms of biometric identification. The team published a paper entitled "VibWrite: Towards Finger-input Authentication […]

New Ransomware “BadRabbit” Starting To See Infections In The US

You may not have heard of the new strain of ransomware known as BadRabbit. If you haven't, it's because the overwhelming percentage of BadRabbit attacks have been occurring in Russia, […]

Granting Photo Access In iPhone Might Allow Unauthorized Photographing

An Austrian software engineer named Felix Krause has made a disturbing discovery about iPhones using iOS11. Once an app has been given permission to access the device's camera, it can […]