Monthly Archives: September 2016

A new hack steals your PC login credentials from locked computers in 30 seconds
  • 28
    Sep

A new hack steals your PC login credentials from locked computers in 30 seconds

With security methods improving by the day, you wouldn’t have expected this but if Rob Fuller, security engineer, is to be believed, there is now a method to snatch your PC login credentials within 30 seconds. Fuller, who goes by his hacker name ‘mubix‘, in a blog post recently stated one of the simplest bugs that can easily...

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Samsung explored how to run Windows 10 & Android simultaneously on a Galaxy device, reveals a patent
  • 20
    Sep

Samsung explored how to run Windows 10 & Android simultaneously on a Galaxy device, reveals a patent

A patent application filed in May 2015 reveals Samsung’s plan to explore technology enabling Windows 10 and Android OSes to run simultaneously on a Galaxy device. Dual-OS booting smartphone is not a new concept, but the patent in question envisions a scenario where two OS platforms can run in two split-screen windows.... read full article

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Big data is already a $46 billion market, but you ain't seen nothin' yet
  • 11
    Sep

Big data is already a $46 billion market, but you ain’t seen nothin’ yet

Big data has been a big buzzword for more than a few years already, and it's got some solid numbers to back that up, including US$46 billion in 2016 revenue for vendors of related products and services. But the big data era is still just beginning to dawn, with the real growth yet to come... read full article

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Kaspersky NoRansom page lists Ransomware Decryption Tools
  • 2
    Sep

Kaspersky NoRansom page lists Ransomware Decryption Tools

Ransomware remains as one of the most brutal infection among the malware family that locks your computer or encrypts your files. What more, once infected you cannot get your data back unless you pay a ransom. Even if you decide to pay, there is no guarantee that you’ll get your data back. International software security group, Kaspersky Lab,...

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Warning: Fake Adobe Flash Update installs malware on your Windows computer
  • 1
    Sep

Warning: Fake Adobe Flash Update installs malware on your Windows computer

If you receive an unexpected message asking you to update your Adobe Flash Player, think twice before pressing the update button. This is an old strategy used by hackers to install malware on your computer. Unfortunately, their trick really works because the fact of using a reliable software developer’s name gives credibility to the update pop-up... read full article

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