Chrome 63 notifies you of Man-in-the-Middle issues

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Google plans to launch a new security feature in the upcoming Chrome 63 browser that notifies users about Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) issues. MITM is best known as a method to attack user systems by intercepting and manipulating traffic. Many security programs with firewall and browsing components do use similar functionality to inspect ...

Researcher discloses 10 D-Link zero-day router flaws

Monday, September 11th, 2017

When a zero-day vulnerability becomes public, of which by its nature no patches or fixes are available at the time, one is enough for vendors to come to terms with in order to rapidly devise a solution. D-Link now has 10 such previously-unknown bugs on its plate to fix. Last week, security ...

323,000 pieces of malware detected daily

Thursday, December 8th, 2016

According to Kaspersky Lab, the number of new malware files detected by its products in 2016 increased to 323,000 per day. This is an increase of 13,000 from the amount in 2015, and a significant jump from the 70,000 files per day identified in 2011. The number of cyberthreats appearing every ...

Google Chrome will start blocking all Flash content next month

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Flash was an integral part of the internet in years past, but it has also been a drag on performance and the source of a great many security vulnerabilities. Today, HTML5 is a better way to get the same sort of interactive content running on the web, and it works ...

EduCrypt ransomware teaches you a lesson about computer security

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Ransomware has been infamously known to be nasty pieces of malware that takes a computer's files hostage, and then demands a ransom, which can vary in cost. Countless variants have been discovered, which differ in how they are programmed, but all demand money in the end. However, a new variant recently ...

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