I'm glad you can join me in my Den, please take a moment to read up on some interesting technology news.
A zero-day vulnerability has been patched by Google, and should be reaching you shortly.
An announcement that was made a few months ago joining iFixit and Google together to sell OEM parts on iFixit's online store is finally live.
Working from home has taken the world by storm, and not exactly by choice. Here are a few tips and items that can help improve your work from home experience, as we know that not everyone has the system completely nailed down.
A big range of SOHO (Small Office, Home Office) routers may be vulnerable to a new malware which seems to be very sophisticated in it's execution.
The mess of Google Apps used for communication is getting an overhaul again!
Google Chrome update 103 introduces new prerendering technology, which will greatly speed up loading times while using the browser and opening new websites.
Ransomeware has a way to attack your cloud documents, locking them away and demanding payment.
New Hertzbleed attack affects x86 CPUs, from the likes of Intel and AMD.
During times of increased heat, it’s crucial to ensure you’re taking the proper precautions to keep your computer hardware running cool and safe to improve the longevity of your equipment.
In just 4 months, these phishing attempts resulted in 1 million credentials being stolen.
As we continue with our increasingly digital workflows, email scams are continuing to be on the rise.
Windows 11 comes with many requirements and surprising loop-hole shutdowns from Microsoft
Windows 10 vulnerability using SAM registry entries allows local elevation privileges
The FBI has issued a warning to companies about scammers impersonating construction companies to target critical US infrastructure sectors.
The FTC reports that since October 2020 there has been more than $80 million dollar in losses due to cryptocurrency investment scams.
An ongoing phishing campaign has begun abusing legitimate services to bypass secure email gateways to send phishing emails.
The group behind the REvil Ransomware has started to use two new tactics to extort ransom from victims.