Southeast Asia is the most actively attacked region, accordingly to Cyber Security firm, Group-IB. Their annual Hi-Tech Crime Trends Report 2018 advises: "In just one year, 21 state-sponsored groups were detected in this area, which is more than in the United States and Europe."
Reports have been coming in the for the past 2 hours that AOL Mail is down. It is not currently known what is causing the outage, but the AOL Customer Support Twitter account has stated tht the company is looking into issues with both AOL and Yahoo.
The world's famous media player app Winamp is finally back with some improvements and fixes. The new version 5.8 of Winamp is compatible with Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 but the interface is unchanged.
The privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo is now performing more than 30 million searches in a single day. DuckDuckGo has experienced rapid growth and yesterday the company announced that it grew by 50% in a single year.
Remember that bug Facebook revealed two weeks ago that may have affected 50 million users if not more? Well Facebook has stated that 30 million of those user had their access tokens stolen by attackers according to a new updated posted by Facebook today.
Unchecked, the expanding proliferation of surveillance cameras, coupled with constant improvements in facial recognition technology, can create a surveillance infrastructure that the government and big companies can use to track everywhere we go in public places, including who we are with and what we are doing.
Windows 10 October 2018 Update introduced support for WebP image format in Microsoft Edge and it appears that Mozilla is also embracing Google's technology. According to CNET, Mozilla's Firefox browser is finally getting support for Google's WebP image format.
Ahead of the upcoming U.S. midterm elections, Twitter has issued new information on how it will protection the integrity of the elections and handle perceived election interference on their network.
Today, Facebook disclosed a security vulnerability that affected 50 million people on the social media network and allowed malicious third parties to potentially access the affected users account.
Cloudflare has announced that they are expanding their domain registrar services so that all of their customers can register or renew a domain at cost. You heard me right. No more paying extra fees to register a domain. You pay what Cloudflare pays for a domain registration or renewal.
Due to customer feedback, Twitter announced today that they are giving users more control over what tweets are displayed in their timeline by changing the functionality of the "Show the best Tweets first" setting.
Xiaomi has been showing ads in the File Manager and app lock screen page for quite a while now. Now it appears that the company is also displaying ads in the settings app.
CloudFlare has introduced a new gateway that allows you to easily access content stored on IPFS, or the InterPlanetary File System, through a web browser and without having to install a client.
For those of you in the regions affected by the a hurricane or who have family or friends in the area, this article provides a list of recommended apps and links to helpful resources.
Instagram announced today plans to improve its two-factor authentication (2FA) mechanism by adding support for third-party authenticator apps.
More than three months after the European Union introduced the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), nearly 1,200 US-based news sites remain inaccessible to EU users.
The Australian government has banned Huawei and ZTE from providing hardware equipment for the country's 5G network, a Huawei spokesperson revealed today.
Following a report from US cyber-security firm FireEye, Facebook has removed 652 pages, groups, and accounts associated with social media influence campaigns coming out of Iran.
The number of tracking cookies on EU news sites has gone down by 22% according to a report by the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, who looked at cookie usage across EU news sites in two phases, in April 2018 and July 2018, pre and post the introduction of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).