Plex's servers were hacked. If you've ever used their forum, or even set up a forum account, you should change your password immediately.
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A leap second occurred yesterday (or the day before, depending on how you want to look at it), and while some suspected Internet outages had nothing to do with the second added to compensate for the planet's rotation, it did cause some problems.
If you're running Windows Server 2003, you need to be aware that Windows is dropped support for it as of July 14, 2015. Once support ends, there will be no more patches or security updates. What does this mean for you?
Everyone knows the NSA was spying on us, thanks to documents leaked by Edward Snowden. New documents outline what kind of data was collected by a program called XKeyscore. The existence of the program has been known for years, but just how invasive and powerful it is was only recently realized.
Netflix, Pinterest and a number of other apps and websites were down last night for more than 40 minutes. Did the leap second actually blow up the internet?
We recently reported on some very serious security flaws in iOS. They were readily exploitable and would allow hackers access to all kinds of information on your iDevices.
You've heard of leap year, but tomorrow there will be a leap second, and it could mess up a lot things run on computers.