While Bitcoin currently bears more resemblance to digital gold than digital cash — with its congested pending transactions log rendering it practically useless as a currency since the cancelled fork two
Its teamup with "Have I Been Pwned" should wake up breached companies. Firefox is having a good run right now, having just released its much speedier and better-looking Quantum browser. It's now working
Blockchain has been everywhere lately - and it's so much more than a few bitcoins. It seems that everywhere you turn in the tech industry, someone is talking about the promise of blockchain technology
Uber's disclosure that hackers accessed the personal information of 57 million riders and drivers last year, a breach it didn't disclose publicly until Tuesday, adds new potential legal woes for the already
Everyone's heard of blockchain by now. Whether you've been tentatively watching the value of Bitcoin soar, reading up on the boom of digital currencies, or taking notes at conferences, these have become
Remote attackers could execute commands on 2015 or newer desktop and laptop PCs. Intel has confirmed previous reports that its recent PC, internet of things and server chips are vulnerable to remote hacking.
Hundreds of websites record your scrolling behavior, clicks and movements according to a study recently carried out at Princeton University. Among these are The Guardian, Reuters, Samsung, AlJazeera and
Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't a doctor, but he talked about a piece of medical software, VisualDx, during Apple's most recent earnings call. It was an interesting choice of an app to highlight. Apple has deep
There are a number of things you can do to protect yourself from malware. Installing a quality antivirus app is a good start. But did you know that changing four little digits can make a huge difference?
A recent wave of cyberattacks—from WannaCry and Equifax to the alleged Russian influence on the US election—has demonstrated how hackers can wreak havoc on our largest institutions. But by focusing only
“Clear and present danger” — so suggests the authors of the recent National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) report to the White House, a task required by the administration’s May 2017 executive
Security circles were recently set abuzz by news concerning Russia-based security company Kasperksy Lab and its alleged involvement in the theft by Russian operatives of sensitive files of the National