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Big Changes Coming To Microsoft Outlook In Coming Years

Microsoft has been moving toward a unified "single version" of Outlook that would offer a seamless user experience across all platforms and devices. Unfortunately, thus far, that objective has remained elusive. In ...

Home schooling – how to stay secure

Whether you’re new to home schooling or an old hand, it’s worth taking a moment to ensure you’re doing it securely. Read Full Article Here

Hacker Attacks On Healthcare Industry Are On The Rise

In the early days of the pandemic, several major groups of hackers pledged that their activities would not be aimed at institutions that were engaged in vaccine research. There was at least ...

Naked Security Live – HTTPS: do we REALLY need it?

Here's the latest Naked Security Live video talk - watch now, and please share with your friends! Read Full Article Here

Adobe Flash Has Reached End of Life Status

Is your company's website built around Adobe's aging Flash Player? If so, be aware that you are officially on your own. Flash reached its EOL (End of Life) as of January 1st ...

Google Titan security keys hacked by French researchers

Researchers can now made software copies of Google's "unclonable" Titan security keys - but not yet undetectably. Read Full Article Here

Weak Passwords Are Making Easy Work For This New Malware

There's a new worm making the rounds on Windows and Linux-based servers that you should be aware of. This nasty bit of code has been spreading rapidly, using simple brute-force methods to ...

Security Incident Exposes Some T-Mobile Customer Data

In 2020, there have been a number of high-profile data breaches, and as we move closer to the end of the year, we have yet another to report. This time, cellular carrier ...

Be Careful Your Home Security Cameras Can Be Hacked

Various hackers around the world have found a new hobby. Recently, there has been a rise in "Swatting Attacks", which have seen hackers take advantage of the notoriously weak or nonexistent security ...

S3 Ep14: Money scams, HTTPS by default, and hardcoded passwords [Podcast]

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