Harbortouch, a point-of-sale maker based in Allentown, PA, announced that a "small number" of its bar and restaurant customers were infected by malware, allowing hackers to steal credit card information, but some say Harbortouch is downplaying the seriousness of the breach.
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As technology continues to grow at a breakneck rate, it can be a pain trying to keep up with ways to stay safe online. Of course there's the usual: don’t Skype with strangers, put some numbers after your dog’s name to make your password unbreakable... but here’s a list of actual trends to watch when it comes to cybersecurity.
A newly-discovered vulnerability in iOS could cause a restart loop on your iPhone or iPad, effectively turning the device into a sleek, shiny and very expensive paperweight.
For a long time, a big selling point for buying a Mac over a PC has ben that Macs are more secure and not susceptible to viruses. But when you take a look, Apple's got a pretty poor track record for keeping their computers safe.
Many have wondered how online fraud sites and card thieves consistently get away with their scandalous activities while they must expose themselves publicly in order for their schemes to work. It’s a simple question, but the answer is somewhat multifaceted.
You can now download and review your entire Google history. If you've got some things you're a little... embarrassed about, you can even delete it.
Thousands of iOS apps for iPhones and iPads are vulnerable to hacking thanks to a popular networking software used in many apps.