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New Firefox Release Disables Adobe Flash Support

Are you a Firefox user?  If so, be advised that in Mozilla's next release, Firefox 69, the company will be disabling support ...

Government Shutdown May Cause Issues With Web Security

Here's a side-effect of the government's continuing shutdown that many people had not anticipated:  Expiring TLS Certificates used for web security. Most ...

New Ransomware Encrypts Data And Steals Payment Info

There's a new strain of ransomware being deployed with increasing frequency.  Believe it or not, it's even more dangerous than the strains ...

Windows 10 May Soon Provide Option To Pause Updates

Recent Windows 1 updates have been giving the company's user base heartburn lately, with their tendency to delete files and cause at ...

Passport And Credit Card Numbers Stolen In Marriott Hack

Recently, Marriott Hotels informed the world that they had been the victims of a massive data breach.  As it turns out, the ...

Page Caches May Be Vulnerable To Attack

There's a new side channel attack to worry about. This one is after the target system's OS page cache, where a variety ...

High Quality Photos May Affect Facial Recognition On Some Phones

One of the exciting new features offered by the latest smartphones is facial recognition, which allows users to unlock their devices simply ...

Flaws In Several Adobe Products Could Let Attackers In 

Two new critical flaws have been discovered in Adobe Acrobat and Reader that require your urgent attention. In fact, the flaws ...

Adware Continues To Be A Major Issue On Android Devices 

Google has been busy in recent weeks.  They've removed a staggering 85 apps from their Play Store when they discovered that ...

Wannacry Ransomware Continues To Be A Problem For Some

It's been the better part of two years since the outbreak of the Wannacry ransomware epidemic.  Unfortunately, all this time later, some ...