Plenty of things can cause data loss. The most common are hardware failure and human error, but software corruption, computer viruses, theft, and natural disasters like floods and fires might occur, as well.
If notifications are interrupting your work or play, turn them off.
Smishing is a variation of the email-based phishing scams that have been around since the 1990s. One statistic explains why attackers are putting so much effort into developing these scams.
Google and Mozilla are each urging users to patch serious vulnerabilities in their respective web browsers, Chrome and Firefox, that could be exploited to allow threat actors to take over users’ systems.
Europol announced a wide-ranging investigation that led to the arrest of the alleged DarkMarket operator and the seizure of the marketplace’s infrastructure, including more than 20 servers.
Other leaked data included a range of personal information such as names, addresses and personal healthcare information.
Buran is an encryption virus that encrypts your files and prevents access to them. The Buran ransomware first was discovered by nao_sec (Cyber Security Research Team) in June 2019.
Sharing is caring – except when it isn’t. Here’s why you shouldn’t share your password for online media services with other people.
Unless you have been under a rock recently, you will have noticed that rarely a day goes by without another serious security problem arising. While there is plenty of blame to go around for these endless security problems, part of this blame is directed towards developers responsible for writing bad code.
The simple answer to this question is “no”. Why?