A new type of scam is targeting cell phones and mobile devices called “smishing.”
In a recent blog post, Google seems to have acquiesced to pressure from privacy groups and Microsoft.
If you are Sonic the Hedgehog fan you might be surprised to find that you will be able to play Sonic and several other titles on your mobile device.
With every new piece of tech that gets released, there’s always a good amount of controversy and the Xbox One X with a November 2017 release date is certainly no exception.
WikiLeaks just released new files as part of their Vault 7 series and this new threat outlines the tool that the CIA developed to compromise home and small business routers/Wi-Fi access points.
Because there is a great story behind it.
Russian hackers have developed a new weapon in the form of a new malware family directly targeting systems that operate the U.S. electricity grid.
Russian hacking group Turla is communicating using Britney Spears Instagram account.
According to a blog post by Secarma Cybersecurity Experts, the next big Ransomware threat after WannaCry may be called ‘ExplodingCan’ and uses similar vulnerabilities leaked by The Shadow Brokers.
It may end up looking like eBay for shadow brokers. According to a BBC article, “Security researchers are considering buying undetected software security vulnerabilities from a notorious group of hackers.” But it might not stop there. Other groups may decide to purchase the code and security holes which could end up in a bidding war for the valuable data.