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Trustico CEO Leaks HTTPS Certificate Keys Through Email

The CEO of Trustico, a TLS certificate reseller based in the United Kingdom, finds himself at the center of a controversy ...

Another 2.4 Million Users Hacked In Equifax Breach

It looks like it's going to be another bad month for Equifax.  The company just can't seem to get out of ...

New Android OS To Improve Lower End Phones

Google has another new product out.  A slimmed down, streamlined version of the Android OS called "Go."  Unfortunately, it's release didn't ...

Mi-Cam Baby Monitor Video Feeds Vulnerable To Hacking

Do you have a Mi-Cam in your home?  Even if you don't have kids, you may have one. They're a highly ...

Intel Releases New Patch For Spectre Chip Issue

By now, you've probably heard more than you ever wanted to hear about the critical Intel security flaw known as "Spectre."  ...

High Speed Wireless Coming To Laptops Next Year

If you're in the market for a new laptop but can milk a little more life out of the one you've ...

Google Calls Out Microsoft For Security Issue

Depending on who you ask, Google's Project Zero is either the thing that's going to singlehandedly save the internet, or the ...

5G Cellular Service Is Beginning To Roll Out

AT&T has big plans for their future and yours.  If they're your carrier of choice, and if you live in the ...

Android Ransomware Infections Declined in 2017

Android users have a reason to cheer.  According to the latest report by ESET, the number of ransomware attacks targeting Android ...

Sim Cards Can Now Be Built Into Processors

SIM cards have long been a source of frustration for equipment manufacturers.  With the relentless drive to produce smaller and smaller ...