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Finally, after years of laughing in the face of a growing list of mainly SMB victims, Business Email Compromise (BEC) criminals appear to have taken one on the chin. 542 more words
If you own a Google Pixelbook, intriguing news – it appears the power button can now double as an alternative to using U2F (Universal 2nd Factor) tokens for two-factor authentication (2FA). 612 more words
The Owari DDoS botnet, built by knocking over weakly-secured Internet of Things (IoT) devices, has had a bad week.
The disruption of a botnet is always cause for celebration but it’s the reason behind Owari’s hiccup that might linger longer in the memory. 252 more words
Hard disk drives (HDDs), as anyone who has owned enough of them will know, occasionally go bad.
The main problems are thermal stress (e.g. repeated heating/cooling, especially in laptops) and the physical shock of being dropped or knocked. 630 more words