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How to Switch to VoIP and Ditch Your Home Phone Bill Forever

You can enjoy the convenience of a whole-house phone line without shelling out your hard earned money to your local telecommunications provider. Read …

How to Turn a Raspberry Pi into an Always-On BitTorrent Box

It’s ideal to have a dedicated machine for your BitTorrent client, so you can seed 24/7. But it’s energy intensive to leave a full rig powered up and …

Why Windows Has More Viruses than Mac and Linux

We all know that Windows is the most malware-ridden platform out there, but why is that? Windows is the most popular desktop operating system, but …

iPad Mini Denied Trademark in U.S.

Apple loves to slap a patent on everything, including its product names, but it won't be receiving a trademark for the phrase "iPad mini" anytime …

YouTube Co-Founder Announces New Video-Creation Website

YouTube may soon have a little more competition in the online video space, and it comes from two of the company's founders.<p>Chad Hurley, one of …

Join Mashable for Troll Appreciation Day on May 11 in NYC

<i>Mashable</i> knows the power of online connections and has built a community of 10 million social media followers.<p>Each year, we bring our community …

Internet Storm Center Diary 2018-04-25, Author: Johannes Ullrich

One of our readers from Germany sent me a malicious shell script captured by our honeypot[1] running on his Raspberry. It's a simple UNIX Bash script …

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Latest posts<p>Categories: Web Security<p>Webstresser[.]org, a DDoS-for-hire market believed to be behind at least 4 million cyberattacks around the world, …

Anatomy of a “feature” – should JavaScript be allowed to change a web link *after* you click on it?

A young web coding enthusiast from Manchester, UK, recently published a thought-provoking hackette intended to highlight the risks of relying only on …