Cybercriminals typically prefer to use malware they can buy on the black market, rather than produce their own unique software, according to a Websense threat report discussed by...Read More
Since news outlets have reported the extent of the National Security Agency's surveillance activity monitoring U.S. citizens, some consumers may be uneasy about the thought of agents looking over their emails. However, many tech companies have begun to fight back with added encryption techniques. Google, for example, has begun to encrypt all of its traffic...Read More
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The topic: SCAMS. They’re everywhere – your smartphone, email inbox, and mail slot, and...Read More