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WiFi 6 Is The Latest In Wireless Technology Advances

Most people don't spend a lot of time thinking about standards or the organizations that maintain and push them forward.  Standards just ...

New Microsoft Update Some Caused Network Adapter Issues

If you haven't yet downloaded and installed the latest Windows 10 update (version 1903), read this article carefully before deciding if you ...

New Chrome Feature Allows Sending Web Pages To Devices

If you use Google's Chrome browser for web connectivity, you're about to get a new feature you'll probably fall in love with. ...

Three Reasons to Secure Your Wi-Fi

  If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give your Wi-Fi connection much thought. It’s there when you need it and that’s that. Unfortunately, failing to ...

Vulnerabilities Found In Consumer Based Routers And Devices

The SOHOpelessly Broken 2.0 study has been released by Independent Security Evaluators . The picture it paints of routers and the so-called ...

LastPass User Credentials May Have Been Exposed To Hackers

Do you use the password manager LastPass?  If so, you're certainly not alone.  In recent years it has seen its popularity surge ...

Intel Server Processors Are Vulnerable To Attack

Researchers at Vrije Universiteit, in Amsterdam have discovered a disturbing new side-channel attack. All Intel server-grade processors made since 2012 are vulnerable ...

Companies Are Losing Billions To Business Email Compromises

The FBI's statistics on BEC (Business Email Compromise) are alarming to say the least.  Over the last twelve months, the law enforcement ...

Your Google Calendar Settings May Be Sharing Your Info

Twelve years ago, Google introduced a new feature to Google Calendar that allowed users to share their calendars with others.  It's a ...

New Ransomware Called TFlower Hacks Into Company Networks

Over the last two years, ransomware attacks have become increasingly common against businesses of all shapes and sizes. While the attack vector ...