Microsoft Welcomes Unbuntu To The Microsoft Store

This week Microsoft announced the availability of Ubuntu Linux distro as a free download in the Windows Store. Microsoft Senior Program Manager, Rich Turner, says that it can be installed on any Windows Insider build.   There are some advantages to using the Windows Store version of the Ubuntu: Due to the use of a

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IBM Unveils New Technology!

IBM unveils new encryption technology to fight back against data breaches. IBM has rolled out its newest mainframe. They call it IBM Z. The new data encryption system aims to bring major advances in cryptography technology to safeguard the worlds healthcare, government, banking, and retail systems. They built this in hopes of addressing the global

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A Company in Oregon could be revolutionizing how we farm

An Oregon startup called DroneSeed is trying to change how we farm. Not only that but could also help with the replanting trees. If the startup gets its way, foresters in the Pacific Northwest might be in for a surprise the next time they are out in the field. Instead of walking into a team of

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Hacker steals $7 million in Ethereum from CoinDash!

Hacker diverts websites wallet address to his own and racks in over $7 million worth of Ethereum.   CoinDash is a social trading platform for crypto-markets. The hack took place on Monday, just a few minutes after CoinDash launched its ICO(initial coin offering) in an attempt to raise funds in the form of Ethereum crypto-currency.

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New Malware Caught Infecting Android Devices!!

A new uncovered malware strain has already infected more than 14 million Android devices around the world. The operators have earned approximately $1.5 million in fake ad revenues in just two months. Dubbed CopyCat, this malware has the power to root infected devices, establish persistency, and infect malicious code into Zygote. Zygote is a daemon

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Adwind – Cross Platform Malware Returns

Hackers and cyber criminals are becoming dramatically more adept, innovative, and stealthy with each passing day. Cybercriminals have shifted from traditional methods to more clandestine techniques that come with limitless attack vectors, low detection rates, and support for cross platforms. Cyber Security researchers have found that the infamous Adwind, a popular cross-platform remote access trojan

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Internet crime on the rise

Internet crime continues to be a problem In 2016 the financial loss from cybercrime in the U.S. exceeded the $1.3 billion mark. According to a report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, this is a rise of 24 percent. The 2016 internet crime report examined the most prevalent and damaging forms

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Windows Server 2016: Why it could be great for your business!

Thanks to cloud technology, the rate of change is faster than ever before, putting more pressure on IT. Organizations demand increased security, efficiency, and innovation, and Windows Server 2016 delivers. Windows Server 2016 is the cloud ready operating system that supports your current workloads while introducing new technologies that make it easy to transition to

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A wider laptop ban could threaten your safety and data

For the past few days, frequent travelers have been dreading some bad news other then just being stuck in the middle seat: having to check their laptops before flying home from Europe. That’s the fear invoked by reports that the Department of Homeland Security will expand it’s current ban on large electronic devices in the

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