Net neutrality lawsuits from ISPs arrive earlier than expected

Well, that didn’t take long. Less than two weeks after the FCC published the 400-page Open Internet Order that’s at the center of the net neutrality debate, ISPs are making good...

Cisco reveals some of its IP phones are vulnerable to eavesdropping

A selection of IP phone systems sold by Cisco were recently put on alert due to a vulnerability in their firmware that could allow an attacker to eavesdrop on conversations. Cisco said...

‘Rowhammer’ DRAM flaw may impact a large number of computers

  Project Zero, the team of experts Google commissioned to find cybersecurity threats last year, have detailed what’s being described by some as one of the more impressive hardware hacks in recent...

Microsoft releases patches for FREAK vulnerability and Stuxnet worm

Less than a week after acknowledging Windows was also vulnerable to a decade-old encryption flaw, Microsoft has issued a fix as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday. The vulnerability in question is...

MPAA, RIAA urge ICANN to do more about copyright infringement

In their continued fight against copyright infringement, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) are now turning their attention to the Internet Corporation...

uTorrent update selectively installs cryptocurrency mining software without notice

uTorrent, one of the most popular BitTorrent clients on the web, isn’t really any different from most other free software on the web. It earns revenue through in-app advertising and also...

Macs are no longer exempt from Java’s deceptive adware installation practice

Oracle’s Java software has long been a sore spot for Windows PC users. The default installation deceptively includes the option to install the Ask.com toolbar, a piece of irritating aware that...

Windows PCs are also vulnerable to”FREAK” flaw

The FREAK flaw that first surfaced early this week was initially only thought to affect software that relied on OpenSSL or Apple’s Secure Transport (think Android, iOS and OS X). Microsoft...

Google is no longer encrypting new Lollipop devices by default

Google sparked headlines last September when the company confirmed that Lollipop would indeed enable Full Disk Encryption (FDE) by default. Once the new mobile OS got into the hands of consumers,...

Ending Soon: Learn ethical hacking & penetration testing for 92% off

Web security is among the most pressing issues facing society today. Recently, hackers have wreaked havoc on unsuspecting individuals and major corporations alike. However, "white hat," or ethical hacking, has emerged as a way to build...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Review and Ratings

When Samsung first unveiled its Galaxy Tab S line in New York earlier this year, we were there, and we were enthusiastic. For the first...

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