The Great Danger Of Being Hacked Remotely. Keeping our data safe is becoming more and more important for idividuals, companies and governments. Before the days of the internet is was a lot easier as you would have to physically access the computer and copy the files.

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Your Fitbit or Apple Smart Phone Spying On Your Passwords? Here is a disturbing bit of research news from brought to you vai the National Science Foundation regarding some of my favorite devices. If you are wearing a fitness tracker or smartwatch that also tracks fitness you will want to pay attention to this!

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3rd Party Web Tracking and Big Brother. We have heard the term ” Big Brother”,coined from the novel 1984 referring to government using technology to spie on the population. Is it possible that we given certain 3rd parties the right to be big brother and we did a long time ago?

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The Question of How Secure Is Linux. Linus is an operting system that is assembled under the model of free and open-source software development and distribution. The defining component of Linux is the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel first released on October 5, 1991 by Linus Torvalds.

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We Need An Effective Computer Virus Detector. According to a recent report based on 2015 data, Cybercrime is costing the global economy up to $450 billion annually. This is a staggering number and the problem is growing with as move even further into the digital age. Ironically it will be computers the eventually free us from […]

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People Fall for Phishing But Why? The cyber-security term,Phishing is defined as the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details, often for malicious reasons, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.

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New Security With Quantum Communication and Computing. The true with modern computing is that with enough computing effort even the most sophisticated security systems will eventually be broken. But a research team at the University of Sydney has made a major breakthrough in generating single photons (light particles), as carriers of quantum information in security […]

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Computers today, even though we refer to them as smart, are really very reactive machines that could not care less what the user is thinking. Sure they try to predict what we like based on past search and interaction history but this is in the past.

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New Research from Sandia National Laboratory in the U.S. It is now even more obvious how important it is for our security agencies to be able collect and analyze large blocks of data to be able identify patterns and point investigators in the right direction before things happening on the ground. The recent attacks in […]

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Cars Get Smarter and So Do Hackers. Cars are getting smarter and there are plans to make them even smarter in the very neat future. Maybe smart is the wrong word but cars of the future will be connected to the internet and to each other, passing information back and forth. 

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