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Here's How to Secure Personal Data On the Laptop

Here's How to Secure Personal Data On Your Laptop

A laptop is a treasure chest for personal and sensitive data about the owner and making sure it is secure should be a top priority. Fret not, because we have compiled simple tips on how to protect your personal data.

Hackers Get Bold Attacking Police Stations with Ransomware

Hackers are growing even more bold extending their ransomware attacks beyond businesses and even targeting police departments. Police departments across the United States have fallen victim to ransomware attacks that encrypt documents and demand payment in order to release their lockout.

Slack Technologies Becomes Latest Hacking Victim

Slack Technologies is the latest company to fall victim to hackers, exposing the private information of up to 500,000 users, such as email addresses, telephone numbers, Skype IDs and any other information that its users might have entered.

Twitch Warns Users of Possible Data Breach

Twitch has released a warning to its users that its streaming video service may have been compromised, potentially exposing data such as names and email addresses in the process.
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CIA Sought to Hack iPhone From the Very Beginning

Government snooping into mobile devices has been going on far longer than many originally thought. In a new report by the news site The Intercept, CIA researchers have been working for nearly a decade to break the security protecting Apple phones and tablets, citing documents from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Apple And Google Prepare to Patch the FREAK

Technology companies such as Google and Apple are scrambling to create a patch that will fix a major security flaw that for more than a decade has left their devices vulnerable to hacking when they visited websites that were considered secure.

Apple And Google Prepare to Patch the FREAK

Technology companies such as Google and Apple are scrambling to create a patch that will fix a major security flaw that for more than a decade has left their devices vulnerable to hacking when they visited websites that were considered secure.

Google Reverses Android Lollipop Security Decision

New phones and tablets featuring the latest version of Google's Mobile Operating System, Android 5 "Lollipop," will not have device encryption enabled by default despite earlier promises made by Internet giant.
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