Keeping Your Children Safe Online

One of the gifts of technology is the internet. Yet it is also a dangerous place for users, especially children. In fact, research has shown that one-fifth of children who use the internet have been sexually solicited at one point or the order in their lives. The majority of the teens who go online have

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While You Are Watching TV, The TV is Watching You

In a privacy experiment, The Washington Post tracked four of the most popular brands, and found out that once every couple of minutes the TV will send out a report to the company, letting know what you are watching.            Have you noticed TV sets going down in price? While the making of TVs are getting

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Changes to YouTube Coming

Yesterday Google issued a statement that they will be making changes to how kids can view videos, after the US Federal Trade Commission hit Google with some new rules and slapped them with $170 million fine due to not following rules when it comes to privacy of child. To date this fine is the largest

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Samsung Suggests Regularly Scanning Smart TVs for Malware

Samsung Support USA’s Twitter account recently posted a video tutorial on how to scan your Smart TV for malware and viruses. In the tweet, it mentions that users should be doing this “every few weeks” to prevent malware. The proposal astonished digital security authorities, who said the average user would probably not go through this

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Windows new update helps fix Intel’s downgrade

Big news hits the computer, updates sent out recently for Windows 10 are causing big problems. Back on January 2nd, there was an announcement that Intel CPUs were having some serious problems in regards to its security vulnerabilities and that these issues stemmed from features of the CPU that was essential for performance. This issue

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Android hacked and crypto mined

Android Defenses Breached On to some more crypto-hacker news, Chinese researchers have found hackers to be turning internet connections into tools for creating caches of the crypto coin Monero. The devices that have been recognized as being used in this manner are Android phones and TV’s. Thus far 7000 devices in Chine have been hacked

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Tech Goliaths taking a lashing

We have all become painfully aware of the involvement of technology to our daily lives and how it has been keeping keep eyes on us for more information about our lives. This has been particularly noticeable with Facebook, the social media giant through the use of Ads. If you decide one day your interested in

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Windows provides what Intel cannot

Big news hits the computer, updates sent out recently for Windows 10 are solving big problems caused by Intel’s patch. Back on January 2nd, there was an announcement that Intel CPUs were having some serious problems in regards to its security vulnerabilities and that these issues stemmed from features of the CPU that was essential

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Cisco has a severe VPN bug, Patch immediately!

This just in, Cisco, the “worldwide leader in IT and networking”  has a severe but, that has been rated a “10 out of 10” by a security researcher. The bug has to do with Cisco’s ASA software (Adaptive security Appliance). This bug is identified as a severe double-free vulnerability that is located in the Secure

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