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Internet Explorer bugs pose security risks

Anyone still defaulting their browser to Internet Explorer might want to be careful as a serious bug that leaks information has been found. The bug can result in your search habits being exposed, as whatever you type into the address bar is revealed to the host of the current website …

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Will Apple’s HomePod Change The Security Game?

Apple has an indomitable need to be the first – to develop the first versions of products for the earliest of adopters. That’s why it should be no surprise that when smart home products began hitting the market, Apple felt the need to launch a line of their own to …

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OurMine hack HBO to offer help against hackers

HBO has had a tough time with hackers lately, with sensitive information being ransacked and held to ransom. The American TV network has experienced yet another attack today, however in a twist of fate, the perpetrators are a lot more noble in their cause. Today’s attack came from OurMine, a …

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US Judge grants WannaCry stopper $30,000 bail

At the end of last week, we learned that the 23 year old security researcher responsible for halting WannaCry had been arrested by the FBI, with the feds claiming that he wrote and sold a piece of banking malware on the dark web. Since then, some new details surrounding the …

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Convincing NES Mini fakes are out in the wild

During Nintendo’s NES Mini run, units were vastly short of the demand resulting in many disappointed fans across the globe. Of course, by now the microconsole is completely out of stock, which makes this new shipment placed for sale online all the stranger. Despite the company discontinuing the microconsole to …

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