Tag Archive: Threats


Micro-aggressions and Veiled Threats [#acpodcast]

Daniel Bader, Jerry Hildenbrand, and Russell Holly are joined by Marton Barcza of TechAltar to talk about Google’s Fuchsia OS and its potential for replacing Android. They also have an in-depth discussion about the EU’s Antitrust case against Google and the $ 5 billion fine levied against them. The ruling may be just, but it could be argued that the outcomes will negatively affect consumers.

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Panda Internet Security: Protect up to five devices from malware, ransomware, and other threats for $39.99

The internet can be a dangerous place. There are threats around nearly every corner, and it seems to be increasingly scarier with malware, ransomware, viruses, and more. A lot of us use multiple devices throughout the day or as part of our lives. Between phones, tablets, and computers, we’re using different operating systems and tech. […]

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai won’t be attending CES 2018 due to death threats

Disagreeing with the guy’s one thing, but death threats are never okay.

No matter who you are, there’s a good chance you’re at least somewhat familiar with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. Pai proposed to repeal Obama-era net neutrality laws that have been in place since 2015, and on December 15, 2017, this proposal was officially passed in a 3-2 vote.

Pai’s stance on net neutrality has made him an incredibly disliked public figure, and it’s gotten to  [Read More…]

This $43 Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle arms you against security threats — for life

It’s pretty hard to watch television or browse the internet without hearing about the looming threats or impacts of hacking. Whether it’s Trump, Russia, and the US elections, or someone trying to remotely break into your corporate computer system, hacking is everywhere. For all of the scary stuff that comes with the idea of hacking, […]

This $43 Super-Sized Ethical Hacking Bundle arms you against security threats — for life

It’s pretty hard to watch television or browse the internet without hearing about the looming threats or impacts of hacking. Whether it’s Trump, Russia, and the US elections, or someone trying to remotely break into your corporate computer system, hacking is everywhere. For all of the scary stuff that comes with the idea of hacking, […]

Ethical Hacking Bundle arms you against security threats for less than $25 (Deal of the Day)

It’s pretty hard to watch television or browse the internet without hearing about the looming threats or impacts of hacking. Whether it’s Trump, Russia, and the US elections, or someone trying to remotely break into your corporate computer system, hacking is everywhere. For all of the scary stuff that comes with the idea of hacking, […]

$49 Ethical Hacking Bundle arms you against security threats — for life (Deal of the Day)

It’s pretty hard to watch television or browse the internet without hearing about the looming threats or impacts of hacking. Whether it’s Trump, Russia, and the US elections, or someone trying to remotely break into your corporate computer system, hacking is everywhere. For all of the scary stuff that comes with the idea of hacking,

Worried about cyber security threats? Become an expert on the cheap (Deal of the Day)

If you’ve paid attention to the news over the last few years, you probably heard about North Korea’s attack on Sony Pictures. Perhaps you remember the slew of celebrities who had their personal information and photos leaked online. More recently, even, maybe details about Russia’s involvement in the American presidential election. Have you ever wondered how it’s possible

Lookout releases list of ‘relentless’ mobile threats

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Lookout, the guys behind some of our favorite mobile security software, is constantly looking at apps from around the world. In fact, they analyze some 30,000 titles per day, always keeping an eye on things. This week sees them compiling its first list of Relentless Mobile Threats to Avoid. As Lookout sees it, these are the sort of threats that anyone and everyone should be aware of  [Read More…]

Understanding ‘potential threats’ warnings on the Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung is making it a little easier to see which apps can send text messages

Some Samsung Galaxy S5 owners may have noticed a new security warning popping up when installing certain apps. Entitled “potential threat alerts,” the message tells you (in somewhat opaque terms) that the app has “authorization to access Messages,” while offering up a link to further control this setting. The security option on some Galaxy S5 models, particularly those sold in Europe,  [Read More…]