The Federal Communications Commission officially repealed net neutrality as of June 11th. Net neutrality ensured that all online traffic was treated equally, prohibiting internet providers from prioritizing certain websites or charging money for content. Without net neutrality, service providers now have unrivaled authority over the online experience. The net neutrality repeal has... View More
Why the big hubbub over HTTPS?…
Because from now on, users who visit HTTP sites will be hit with a BIG WARNING from Google. This will happen to anyone using Google Chrome version 68.
Google warns that you should have been protecting your websites with HTTPS for a while now. And this... View More
Computer Tech Support Scams are everywhere and rising!
Scammers posing as computer tech support people from Microsoft, HP, Dell or other computer companies are calling consumers to notify them that their computer either has windows problems, viruses or other issues that need immediate attention. These computer tech support scammers try to... View More
A few years back, companies realized we often fill out the same things over again on webforms. They thought “Hey, why don’t we keep track of that stuff for you?” That idea was great, but hackers have exploited it.
As this article points out, hackers have taken advantage of the idea. They... View More
Yahoo now thinks all 3B accounts were impacted by 2013 breach,
not 1B as thought
Internet giant Yahoo’s massive 2013 security breach has dealt the company yet another blow. Today Yahoo sent out a notice disclosing that a further investigation of the “cookie forging” breach has produced new evidence. The company now believes that all... View More