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PIXLR Data Breach Information Leaked Online

If you do any photo editing online, odds are good that you use PIXLR. It is one of the most popular such sites on the web because it offers many of the ...

Newest iPhone iOS 14.3 Update Puts Privacy First

If you have a smartphone, and these days, almost everyone has at least one, you're incredibly easy to track. That's especially true if you have more than a handful of apps on ...

New Chrome Update Version Removes Flash And FTP

On January 19th, 2021, Google released a new Chrome version--Chrome 88. The most notable part of this release is the removal of the Adobe Flash Player and FTP features. FTP Removal Google ...

Millions Of Teespring Users Had Private Information Breached

Teespring is a popular destination on the web that allows users to create and sell custom-printed apparel, including, as the name implies, custom-designed tee-shirts. If you use the site, you should know ...

3 Reasons to Change the Default Passwords on Your Devices

  There are a number of devices that come with preset passwords. Unfortunately, many people forget to change the default password and wind up exposing themselves to tremendous risk. In this video, we’ll outline three reasons you ...

Healthcare Ransomware Problem Is Getting Worse Recently

Ransomware attacks are one of the most prevalent cyber attacks on healthcare. It has been around for many years, however, it became a trend in 2016. Recently, there is a significant increase ...

Chrome Will Help Users By Checking Passwords For Strength

While Google has come under fire from privacy groups in recent months, the fact remains that on balance, the company is working hard to improve overall user experience on the web and ...

Alternative Search Engine Sees Huge Growth Amid Privacy Concerns

Google is unquestionably the dominant search engine on the web, but how secure is their position? If recent trends are any indication, they're in no immediate danger. However, it's clear that pressures ...

Rogue Malware Is An Android Users Worst Nightmare

Security researchers at Check Point have recently identified a new strain of malware that seems to be a Frankenstein's Monster created by combining two older strains. Dubbed 'Rogue RAT,' this deceptively simple ...

Don't stress about an Occasional “Not Charging” Message on Your MacBook

Starting with macOS 10.15.5 Catalina, Apple introduced a battery health management feature that improves your battery’s lifespan by adjusting charging patterns to reduce the rate at which the battery chemically ages. (Find it in System Preferences > Energy Saver > ...

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