Phishing, malware, ransomware, hacking, cyberespionage: The latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report shows that the best prevention is basic security hygiene
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This isn't for the faint of heart, but it might instill some to throw down the gauntlet! Either way, just the insight might help some.
To root out persistent hackers, sometimes you have to get a little creative.
GitHub poster releases patch files that repair Kaby Lake and Ryzen PCs that Microsoft blocked from Windows Update.
here is an interesting twist on red light cameras
The campaigns are bigger and more sophisticated, and they're causing far more damage as the attackers learn new techniques and collaborate with other groups.
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Oh my! What will they think of next!
Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update earlier this month with new gaming features, creative apps, and other improvements. Now the company has offered some details about the update's rollout and said you shouldn't manually install the update via the Windows 10 Update Assistant.
FCC boss Ajit Pai plans to introduce his plan to dismantle net neutrality at a speech in Washington, DC on Wednesday.
With new hardware hacking devices, it's absurdly easy to attack organizations through the USB port of any computer on a network
Manuel Caballero, a security researcher that lately seems to have been focusing on finding flaws in Microsoft’s Edge browser, uncovered a new bug that would allow an attacker to steal users’ passwords from popular web services.
Our COW this week was nominated by a fellow POI Factory member.
This week, we’re recognizing Alandb!
Not only is he a helpful and knowledgeable forum regular, but if I’m not mistaken, today marks his 70th trip around the sun!
Happy Birthday, Alandb, and thank you for all your contributions to our community!
This is the place to talk about things that are not GPS related.
This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.
The video below is the heartwarming moment a 79-year-old man with Alzheimer's Disease sings his heart out with his son as the two take part in their own version of a carpool karaoke.
Ted McDermott of the UK was filmed by his son, Simon, as he drove him around in his car. The adorable video has gone viral with millions of views.
Triskel Security founder Martin Vigo found a vulnerability in the LastPass application that could have allowed an attacker to bypass the service’s two-factor authentication. The vulnerability seems to exist because of a bad design decision LastPass made earlier.
Just in case you don't know...
Recently, a court said that Google must hand over the data of a number of its non-American users that was stored overseas. The company moved to quash the order, arguing that because the data was stored abroad, it doesn’t have to comply with U.S. data requests. However, magistrate judge Laurel Beeler rejected Google’s objections.
The genetic-testing company's real goal is to hoard your personal data
By Charles Seife on November 27, 2013
Charles Seife is a professor of journalism at New York University and author of Virtual Unreality: The New Era of Digital Deception (Penguin Books, 2014).
Credit: Nick Higgins
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While the United States is poised to gut its own net neutrality rules sometime in the next month, Canadian regulators just doubled down on protecting it -- and have now created some of the toughest net neutrality rules in the world.
The newly announced synchronized twice-a-year pace puts a big crimp in historic Win10 development cycles
Somehow I don't suspect this will stay in plan.. Perhaps I need to clean or get new glasses...??
Knowing the average age group on this great site, I was wondering if anyone still plays on game consoles?
I still play on my Xbox One (use to be Xbox360) Keeps my mind sharp, and gets me to play with my grown kids remotely. Most of the games are 1st person shooting games but also play GTA! I play both online and the local missions.
I still find it fun and enjoyable.
How about you?
Simply put, I've forgotten how. Planning a road trip that requires more than ten routes (capacity of the 1450).
Want to create six(6) routes, save them to laptop, then delete from 1450 so I can create additional routes. During trip, I would again delete from 1450 and retrieve original six from laptop.
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