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Update To Popular Android App Included Malware Infection

Do you use the popular Android app, "Barcode Scanner?" If so, you're certainly not alone. The app has racked up more than 10 million downloads on Google's Play Store and is one of the most popular apps in its class. It's a simple, straightforward bit of code that does...

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Data Breach Victims Get More Spam And Phishing Emails

Do you feel as though you get a lot of spam mail? If so, you should know that you actually get almost a hundred times more than what you think you're getting. However, most modern email systems (including Google's G-mail) do a spectacular job of filtering, which keeps...

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New Security Vulnerability Affects Current Mac OS Users

Not long ago, a critical flaw in Linux SUDO was discovered and is being tracked as CVE-2021-3156. Given the nickname "Baron Samedit," it's a flaw in a Unix program that allows system admins to provide root level privileges to any users listed in the "sudoers" file....

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Staying Up To Date On Software Patches Is Critical

Google's Project Zero security team has an impressive track record when it comes to chasing down and addressing the most critical security flaws found. They're tireless in their work, which has saved untold billions of dollars and hampered the efforts of hackers all...

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Music Searches On Google Desktop Got A Helpful Update

These days, smart devices seem to get the lion's share of developer time and attention, but Google has recently made a few changes to their desktop search that have made entries easier to read. Initially, the company rolled out the changes for preview on any search...

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With New Update iPhone Adds iMessage Security Feature

Do you have a favorite app you use for chatting or for keeping in touch with family and friends? Most people have a go-to app that serves as their first choice, and many have a small constellation of apps they use, having 1-2 for family and another app or two for...

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