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Here's What Happens When a Sprint Contractor Exposes AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Bills screenshot

Here's What Happens When a Sprint Contractor Exposes AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Bills

On its website (which, on an unrelated note, is loaded through HTTP, and not HTTPS), Deardorff Communications, a marketing and communications company based in Georgia, says that its team is highly experienced in a... Read more

December 9, 2019
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How to Fix "Error Updating Password: Uknown Validation Code"

Recently, Wizards of the Coast, famous of their Dungeons & Dragons role-playing games, sent an email to accounts on their legacy database about a security breach. WotC told the affected parties to change their... Read more

December 9, 2019
Let's Bust 10 Myths That Android and iPhone Users Continue to Believe screenshot

Let's Bust 10 Myths That Android and iPhone Users Continue to Believe

How important is your smartphone for you? Do you keep up with your business endeavors using it? Do you mainly use it to communicate with your family and friends? Perhaps it’s a tool for entertainment? Whatever the... Read more

December 9, 2019
FBI Warns That Social Engineering Techniques Could Help Bypass Multi-Factor Authentication screenshot

FBI Warns That Social Engineering Techniques Could Help Bypass Multi-Factor Authentication

A while ago, we talked about how useful Two-Factor Authentication and Multi-Factor Authentication systems can be and how they can help users protect their accounts from hackers. However, with time, cybersecurity... Read more

December 9, 2019
Are You Thinking About Purchasing a Webcam from Amazon? Think Twice screenshot

Are You Thinking About Purchasing a Webcam from Amazon? Think Twice

Many users install webcams in their homes to feel safer or to watch over their kids. However, recent discoveries by Which? (Consumer’s Association based in the United Kingdom) have revealed that many webcams sold on... Read more

December 9, 2019
Apple Started Asking to Enter Mac Passwords with Login, and That Is Great News screenshot

Apple Started Asking to Enter Mac Passwords with Login, and That Is Great News

Have you ever received an odd prompt from Apple when you tried to sync your new iPhone with your iCloud? Did that prompt ask you to enter your Mac password on iPhone without any decent explanation? In fact, did it ask... Read more

December 9, 2019
Students of an Ivy League University Are Bombarded with Fake Job Offers via Phishing Emails screenshot

Students of an Ivy League University Are Bombarded with Fake Job Offers via Phishing Emails

Are you a Dartmouth student? Are you ready to start a career linked to your degree? If you are, you need to look out for phishing emails that might offer high-paying jobs. It is possible that the schemers behind these... Read more

December 6, 2019
A Newly Uncovered WhatsApp Bug Proves That GIFs Are Not So Innocent screenshot

A Newly Uncovered WhatsApp Bug Proves That GIFs Are Not So Innocent

How do you like GIFs? If you’re online every single day, you probably cannot imagine your social media or even your text messaging without them. Maybe you use them as memes. Maybe you attach one to your currency... Read more

December 6, 2019
Is Your Computer One of the 500,000 That Send out 30,000 Sextortion Emails Every Hour? screenshot

Is Your Computer One of the 500,000 That Send out 30,000 Sextortion Emails Every Hour?

You might have received an email claiming that someone has recorded video footage or captured images that, allegedly, can compromise your reputation. This email should state that hackers were able to spy on you via... Read more

December 6, 2019
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5 Security Tips That Will Help You Protect Your IoT Devices

There’s a dark side to anything popular. Anything that grows eventually has to face a number of threats trying to bring it down or exploit it. It seems that the Internet of Things is becoming the next best thing in... Read more

December 6, 2019
Attention: Schemers Use the Accounts of Your LinkedIn Contacts to Send You Phishing Messages screenshot

Attention: Schemers Use the Accounts of Your LinkedIn Contacts to Send You Phishing Messages

You probably already know that you should never interact with messages that come from unknown senders, but what do you do when someone from your contacts sends you a link or a file and asks to view it? If you want to... Read more

December 6, 2019
A New Scam Is Targeting Venmo Users via SMS Messages screenshot

A New Scam Is Targeting Venmo Users via SMS Messages

With every new security issue that makes the headlines, we ought to update our cybersecurity knowledge. The latest Venmo SMS scam should probably make us pay more attention to what kind of text messages we receive.... Read more

December 6, 2019
Thanks to StrandHogg, Malware Can Create Fake Login Screens to Steal Your Passwords screenshot

Thanks to StrandHogg, Malware Can Create Fake Login Screens to Steal Your Passwords

On Monday, researchers from a Norwegian mobile security company called Promon publicly disclosed a serious vulnerability in the Android operating system. It's rather aptly named after StrandHogg – the Viking tactic of... Read more

December 5, 2019
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How to Delete Your Telegram Account Forever

Telegram is a messaging app advertised for its security and end-to-end encryption. While it seems to offer a useful service and has a dedicated and loyal user base, there is more than one possible reason for a user to... Read more

December 5, 2019
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How to Backup Safari Bookmarks and Passwords

Do you use Apple Safari to browse the internet on your work station, your home computer, or your iPhone? If you do, you may wish to ensure that you have a way to back up your bookmarks and saved passwords in case... Read more

December 5, 2019
Hackers Breach Mixcloud and Sell Users' Data Online screenshot

Hackers Breach Mixcloud and Sell Users' Data Online

After they breach an online service or a website, hackers usually try to monetize the data they've stolen by selling it either on the dark web or on one of the many hacking forums that are indexed by Google and are... Read more

December 3, 2019
Millions of SMS Messages – Some of Which Contained Login and Authentication Codes – Have Been Exposed screenshot

Millions of SMS Messages – Some of Which Contained Login and Authentication Codes – Have Been Exposed

We have talked in the past about how using text messages as a means of transferring sensitive information is not a very good idea. The technology behind SMS messages is simply too old, and the increasing popularity of... Read more

December 3, 2019
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How to Create a Local Account on Windows 10

In my previous article, I discussed how to reset your Windows 10 account through a local account, and it occurred to me that some of you might not have a local account or know how to create one. So let's discuss that.... Read more

December 3, 2019

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