Wednesday, May 25, 2022

The US Government Is Watching You

The Obama Administration recently announced that government agencies may begin tracking traffic and behavioral data online in order to better target information and services for the people who need them. The Government...

AT&T Security Breach Exposes 114,000 iPad Users

In an apparent AT&T security breach 114,000 iPad 3G subscribers has had their e-mail addresses of exposed. A group known as Goatse Security sent the media blog, Gawker, a list of 144,067...

Facebook Announces New Privacy Features

For the past few weeks the long debate over Facebook and privacy concerns has dragged on but today the company is announcing new features to address the criticism that...

Google SSL Search

For those of you who think that you are being spied on while you are on the internet, Google has the solution for you, Google SSL Search. With Google search over...

Facebook CEO Admits They Made Mistakes

Zuckerberg's first comment since the privacy controversy, Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg has admitted that they, the company, “made a bunch of mistakes” and want to “get this stuff right”. Recently Zuckerberg has...

Facebook Clickjacking Attacks

A new malware attack is spreading through Facebook's news feed system, according to some reports from Twitter and other social media sites. The attack is a message starting with the popular malware...

Fend Off Computer Attacks With ESET Antivirus

ESET NOD32 antivirus software gives you fast, effective and easy-to-use protection without annoying system slowdowns. Smart, proactive detection blocks most known and emerging threats hours or days faster than other antivirus...

Malware for iPad

Yikes... with Apple's amazing one million iPads sold, all the malware-makers are thinking about infecting the iPad.  For the most part, there isn't very much malware for Apple's products (not saying...

McAfee To Reimburse Windows Systems They Broke

After McAfee broke PCs running Windows XP SP3 with their antivirus last Wednesday, they are reimbursing the cost of the expenses to get the machines back up and running at a "reasonable expense". Last Wednesday when McAfee released a...

McAfee Update Shutting Down Windows Computers

A bad McAfee update for Windows XP has millions scrambling to make sure they aren't the next victims. According to sources: "DAT update 5958 deletes the svchost.exe file, which then triggers a...

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