The force is strong with the Star Wars IT team. Continue Reading
Code changes in Chrome OS hint that the software will soon be getting notification badges. Continue Reading
Every year we update our teen slang and this year we’ve added a handful of terms that may make your jaw drop. Slang is an integral part of growing up. A word or abbreviation can add significant meaning or emotion to a message or text. Slang helps kids define their connections, feel accepted, and gain …
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From Atom to Amphetamine, these are the best Mac apps out there today. Continue Reading
Mechanical keyboard switch manufacturer Cherry is introducing a new low-profile switch aimed at notebooks. Continue Reading
Traditional PCs were out in force at CES 2018, and we’ve rounded up the very best. Continue Reading
What makes machine learning turn into deep learning? What does an algorithm do? And what is AI anyway? Continue Reading
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The old mantra of detect and respond is overdue for a rethink as security practitioners take stock of a changing constellation of cybersecurity considerations Continue Reading
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Recently, South Korean media wrote about North Korean refugees and journalists being targeted by unknown actors using KakaoTalk (a popular chat app in South Korea) and other social network services (such as Facebook) to send links to install malware on victims’ devices. This method shows that attackers are always looking for different ways to deliver …
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It’s 2018, but it feels like 2008. I often reflect on how relatively simplistic the attack surface of nearly everything was just 10 years ago, and how much we’ve evolved since then. I remember writing exploits for trivial buffer overflows without having to deal with exception handling, address randomization, stack and heap execution protections, and …
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