This has been the slowest ransomware week in a long time! Thank you devs for giving me some time to do other things! For this week we have some smaller ransomware releases as well as new updates to existing ransomware. We also have the continuing saga of Fabian smacking the Stampado and Apocalypse devs around with new decryptors.
Apple has released iOS 10.0.2 to fix a couple of bugs within the new OS. The main fix is to resolve a bug that caused headphone controls to become unresponsive when plugged into the lightning dongle.
A new deal is available for Pay What You Want: DIY Hardware & Internet of Things eBook Bundle., which has a combined value of $339 USD. With the Pay What You Want bundles, you are able to get these courses for as little as you want to pay. If you beat the average price, you'll receive bonuses like extra entries into current giveaways
In what could be the largest data breach in history, Yahoo announced today that attackers infiltrated their servers and walked away with account information for at least 500 million users. This stolen information may include names, email addresses, telephone numbers, encrypted passwords, and more.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14931 only for the PC to Insiders on the fast ring. This build does not contain any new features, but Microsoft wanted to point out new features in certain apps that were upgrade last week and this week.