If you have a Samsung Galaxy from the S4 Mini to the S6, the keyboard software could leave you vulnerable to snooping by hackers.
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Apple's app sandbox was set up to make sure apps come from trusted developers and treat other apps as untrustworthy as a matter of safety. Researchers, however, have found very serious holes in the sandbox.
The White House recently released some common sense suggestions that the government should take to minimize the damage done by hackers, so we thought we'd release some information to help keep you safe, too.
With all the news of governments being hacked or spying on its people and the like lately, it's almost refreshing to hearken back to the good old days of a few months ago when we got news seemingly every week of another chain store being hacked. Although there's really nothing good about it.
After last week's massive and embarrassing hack of the Office of Personnel Management, the White House is telling agencies to do things that it should have already been doing.
With so many cyberattacks lately, especially by foreign powers, it's time to consider what would happen if the US infrastructure were to be attacked. The power grid would be an obvious and easy target.
If a company's job is to keep passwords secure, you'd expect it to be even more secure than most other websites, right? Unfortunately, LastPass was hacked.