security (155)

The Evolution of Online Security: Pass Keys vs Passwords

In the ever-evolving landscape of online security, passwords have long been the primary means of authentication. However, even with the assistance of password managers, they come with their fair share of issues. From being hard to remember to the ris...

Jacob Enderson · 3 weeks ago · 111

Security and Safety in the Online Space: 4 Simple Protection Hacks

Digital innovations and how we interact with them are constantly changing, with our lives quickly becoming more and more interconnected and reliant on digital tools and experiences. Gen Z, the first generation of true digital natives, is now beginni...

Alex · 22 January · 102

Troubleshooting cPanel Issues: Common Problems and Solutions

In the dynamic realm of web hosting, cPanel stands tall as a cornerstone of efficient website management. It’s the dashboard that empowers site owners with the tools to control their digital domains effortlessly. As crucial as it is,...

Pooja Naik · 18 December 2023 · 38

Are You Being Watched? Understanding the Risks of Indoor Smart Cameras

Millions of people across the globe have embraced the convenience of indoor smart cameras in their homes. These devices offer the ability to monitor our surroundings remotely, providing peace of mind and security. However, as we enjoy the benefits of...

Kelly · 09 October 2023 · 73

Best Security Approaches for WordPress: Guaranteeing Website Safeguarding

In the fast-paced digital landscape, website security is of paramount importance for businesses and individuals alike. For WordPress websites, being one of the most popular content management systems, robust security measures are essential to protect...

Lucija Petrić · 02 October 2023 · 57

The Benefits of Guest Networks for Your Wi-Fi Party

So you're hosting a party, and your guests can't be without their precious TikTok for more than five minutes. But before the fun begins, you find yourself fiddling with your router settings, exploring an intriguing option called "enable guest network...

Jacob Enderson · 16 September 2023 · 49

Understanding HTTPS and Its Role in Internet Security

Most web addresses these days start with https, which implies that your connection to the website is secure in some way. So, what exactly is HTTPS, and how safe is it really keeping you? HTTPS is a protocol that encrypts information sent over the Int...

Kelly · 08 September 2023 · 31

GeForce's graphics cards: Nvidia backdoor enables BIOS modifications

With two new flash tools, the BIOS versions of current GeForce graphics cards can be overwritten - even in the RTX 4000 models. Two hobbyists have managed to do what Nvidia has been trying to prevent for years: They have designed tools that allow mod...

Kelly · 21 August 2023 · 52

Enhanced Security: Google Introduces Weekly Chrome Updates for Better Protection

Google is taking stronger action against security vulnerabilities and will soon roll out updates for Chrome every week. If you want to stay protected, you will have to restart the browser much more often. Google Chrome is the world's most widely used...

Kelly · 09 August 2023 · 39

Patchday: Critical malware vulnerabilities pose threat to Android 11, 12 and 13

Google and other Android device manufacturers have released their monthly collective security updates. Attackers can attack Android in many ways and paralyze devices via DoS attack or even execute malicious code. Some manufacturers have now released...

Kelly · 09 August 2023 · 49

Inside the Mega Glitch: Unlocking Hidden Windows Functions with a Secret Microsoft Tool

This probably wasn't planned this way: During a so-called bug bash for Windows 11, Microsoft employees accidentally shared a link to the StagingTool, a program that is used internally at Microsoft to activate hidden features in Windows 11. Sometimes...

Kelly · 03 August 2023 · 83

Faster Fixes: Ubuntu's Plan to Reduce Linux Kernel Package Vulnerabilities

Kleber Souza, an engineer at Canonical who maintains Linux kernel packages for Ubuntu, has announced a new kernel update cycle. The new cycle, which is codenamed "4/2", involves generating additional SU kernel package updates (Security Update) that i...

Jacob Enderson · 03 August 2023 · 70

Security updates: Attackers can compromise Aruba switches

Certain switch models from Aruba are vulnerable. The developers have closed a security hole. Network admins should update their Aruba switches to the latest version for security reasons. If this is not done, attackers can compromise the operating sys...

Kelly · 03 August 2023 · 49

Security Considerations for QR Code Scanners in JavaScript Applications

As QR codes continue to gain popularity in various applications, addressing the security considerations surrounding their implementation in JavaScript applications becomes imperative.   Javascript QR code scanners and barcode scanner APIs...

Evelyn Kroll · 01 August 2023 · 21

MacOS 13.5: Location privacy broken

The latest Ventura update not only plugs security holes: Apple has also included a gross bug in the system settings. Users of the latest macOS update complain about a security-related problem in connection with the privacy settings. Since the instal...

Kelly · 28 July 2023 · 100

Secure Hard Drive Disposal: Protecting Your Data and the Environment

As technology continues to advance, the need for secure and responsible disposal of hard drives has become increasingly important. Proper disposal of hard drives is essential to protect sensitive data and comply with environmental regulations....

SPW Enterprise · 21 June 2023 · 43