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New Chips Support Increased Network Speeds To 400Gbps

Marvell Semiconductor has a new product out, and it's a game changer.  Their new "Alaska" chip (the Alaska C 88x7120) is the first on the market to support the new 802.3 ...

Attacks on Health Organizations Increasing At Alarming Rate

It used to be the case that credit card companies and retail outlets were the primary targets of hackers around the world.  Make no mistake, they still get attacked with regularity, ...

Beware Fake Craigslist Email Could Contain Ransomware

If you post ads on Craigslist for short term employment, be aware that there's a new malspam campaign that aims to distribute Sigma ransomware on the computers of unwary users. By ...

Biometric Authentication Seeing Wide Adoption In Businesses

According to a new report published by Spiceworks, nearly 90 percent of businesses will use some type of biometric technology for authentication by the year 2020.  In fact, some 62 percent ...

Windows Media Player May Be Replaced By Microsoft App

A Reddit user named "Noam_ha" recently posted a screenshot displaying a popup message when users open the venerable Windows Media Player (WMP), asking users if they would instead like to open ...

New And Potentially More Dangerous Intel Vulnerability Discovered

The "Spectre" vulnerability that impacts literally every Intel chip made over the last decade keeps finding new ways to make the news.  In this instance, researchers at Ohio State University have ...

Netflix To Release More Parental Controls To Help Parents

If you have a Netflix account and children living at home, there's a reason to cheer about the company's most recent announcement.  They're rolling out some robust new parental control features ...

Microsoft To Help Intel With Security Issues

By now, you've almost certainly heard of the "Spectre" and "Meltdown" security flaws that affect every Intel chip produced in the last decade.  Users have been waiting for a fix for ...

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 that raises a number of disturbing questions about browser-trusted security ...

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 its own way. In 2017, the company announced a massive ...

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