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Adobe Photoshop Should Be Updated To Address Security Issues

Do you use Adobe Photoshop, Bridge, or Prelude? If so, and even if you're not normally quick to apply security patches issued by the company, you'll want to give the most recent patch from Adobe priority. The company's most recent patch addresses an even dozen critical security flaws that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary ...

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Improvements Have Been Added To Microsoft Edge Browser

If you use Microsoft Edge on Windows, macOS, iOS, or Android, you'll probably want to install the July 2020 update as soon as possible because it contains a raft of improvements to the browser. First and most importantly, Microsoft Edge is joining the FastTrack Ready Partner Program, beginning in August. If you'd like to help guide the ...

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Garmin Experiences Ransomware Attack Causing Global Outage

Do you make use of a Garmin wearable device? If so, then you've probably noticed that your device isn't working the way you expect it to. That's because the company is experiencing what there are now describing as a global outage. The notification on the company's website reads, in part as follows: "We are currently experiencing an ...

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Firefox Browser Error Is Giving Android Users Problems

Do you own an Android device? Is Firefox your browser of choice? If you answered yes to both of those questions, be advised that there's a serious flaw in the Firefox app for Android that may prompt you to uninstall it until the company issues a patch to correct it sometime in October. Here's a quick overview ...

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SpaceX Starlink Satellite Getting Closer To Providing Service

How would you like to get your internet signal from outer space? You can! Elon Musk's SpaceX company has moved another step closer to offering internet connectivity via its Starlink service. However, at the moment, there's an important catch and caveat. Starlink has recently emailed fans to get their home addresses in anticipation of the company's ...

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G-Suite Users Get New Security Features

Are you a G-Suite user? If so, we have great news! Recently, Google rolled out a number of exciting new features to enhance both the usability of the G-Suite and its security. In the words of Javier Soltero, the VP and GM of the G-Suite: "Instead of learning another tool, we need the tools we already ...

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Covid-19 Researchers Come Under Attack By Hackers

A number of prominent hacking groups made a gentleman's agreement with research labs that are attempting to develop a vaccine for the deadly COVID-19 virus currently ravaging the planet. The agreement was promising that no attacks against research facilities would be made. Unfortunately, not everyone is playing by those rules. Recently, intelligence agencies in the US and ...

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Android Users Beware Of BlackRock Malware Credential Stealer

Do you have an Android phone? If so, be advised that there's a new threat to be on the lookout for. The threat takes the form of a malware strain that's being called BlackRock. It is a banking trojan that specializes in pilfering login and credit card information, which means that if you get infected, it's ...

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Amazon Echobud Consumers Should Update Due To Overheating Issue

Do you own a pair of Amazon's Echo Buds? If so, and in case you didn't get an email from the company, be advised that Amazon recently discovered a potential safety risk. To address it, the company is asking all Echo Bud owners to perform a software update on their gear. In a nutshell, the email the ...

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Some High-Profile Twitter Accounts Were Recently Hacked

An as-yet unidentified hacker pulled off quite a heist on Twitter recently. He (or she) gained access to a Twitter Admin account, and used that access to rapidly take control of a number of high profile Twitter accounts. Once the hackers gained control of these accounts they began using them to lure unsuspecting victims to sending ...

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