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Identity Thefts Had Huge Surge in 2020

Trends come and go in the hacking world. A few years ago, stealing credit card numbers was the crime of choice for most of the hackers out there. They've since begin to gravitate toward health related information. The two big trends in 2020 were the rampant increase...

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Healthcare Under Attack By Blast From The Past Ransomware

The year 2017 was an eternity ago in internet time, but back in those ancient days, there was one name in the ransomware world that sent tremors of terror down everyone's spine. That word was Cerber. As one of the first bits of malicious code to be utilized as...

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Why So Many Facebook Users Were Recently Logged Out

If you're a regular Facebook user, you probably just stay logged in so you can quickly get updates about what's going on in your social circle. Or, if you use it primarily for business, so you can save a step when it comes time to post an update about your company or...

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Microsoft Adds New Security Feature To Office 365

Microsoft has made an important change to Office 365 you should be aware of. The company recently introduced a new feature called Application Guard, which is now available to all Office 365 users with supported licenses. The Application Guard blocks files that have...

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Update iOS For Security Fixes, New Features, And Bug Fixes

If you own an Apple phone or tablet, you're definitely going to want to make upgrading to the latest version of iOS a priority. While it is not as significant as version 14.3 was, the new release of version 14.4, comes with a number of enhancements you're almost...

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Newest Google Maps Update Benefits Electric Vehicle Owners

Android Automotive is struggling to gain widespread acceptance in the auto world, which seems strange at first glance, given how many people rely on Google Maps for navigation. Nonetheless, a number of automakers are planning to incorporate Android Automotive into...

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