Rootkits are the nirvana for hackers. Primarily designed to gain privileged administrator access - a backdoor - to any device they allow the hacker to do pretty much anything.
Ever been in a foreign land and your school <insert language of choice> let you down. Microsoft has just released Translator – a free app that runs on an amazing range of devices and supports well known programs.
Programmers have been anxiously waiting for the release of Visual Studio 2015 given it was previewed last November – impatient lot.
Huawei’s new P8, Android Smartphone is a serious attempt at a flagship class smartphone. It succeeds.
A virtual reality tool that allows dementia carers to understand more about how people with dementia see the world has scored a global win in Microsoft’s Imagine Cup.
HP has announced a full suite of services to help enterprise move quickly and painlessly to Windows 10.
Can Cortana, hailing from the legendary Halo video game defeat Siri and Google’s unimaginatively titled ‘NOW’ in mortal combat for supremacy?
There is nothing cuddly about this panda – it has infiltrated hundreds of organisations including defence, aerospace, automotive, energy, pharmaceutical, mining, education, legal and foreign embassies with some spectacular key data store heists.
OKI has quietly been chipping away at the managed print services and business market. Its new A3, MC 873 LED colour laser is scoring impressive goals in the workgroup arena.
The Black Hat Conference 2015 is over and Jeep owners are rushing to get their cars patched; nuclear power stations are cutting the internet cord; wearables can be hacked; Android is well – permeable; IoT devices are the next big attack vector; cybercrime and Nation state malware are the norm.
Lenovo took the top spot from Apple in desktops, notebooks and tablets in Q2, 2015. Apple had held the lead since Q3 2014 and prior to that HP.
At the annual Black Hat conference delegates have been shown a new exploit for Intel and AMD x86 central processor units that has hitherto existed since 1977!
Eugene Kaspersky – founder of the so named antivirus company refuses to own a smartphone. If anyone should know it is him.
Samsung, the world’s largest maker of Android based smartphones and tablets has announced it will try to implement a new ‘over the air’ Android security update process that make the malware magnet a little safer.
Hundreds of millions of Android devices are at risk from a new ‘Certifi-gate’ vulnerability discovered by Check Point Software – a global pure-play security vendor.
For the most part enterprise security has been about anti-virus, firewalls, spam and phishing filters all defending the perimeter. All that is necessary but it is not enough especially in where data security is mandated.
Research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has released updated figures for smartphone shipment data for the second quarter of 2015.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 does not support Windows Media Centre so its solution is to give the Xbox One a USB TV tuner and digital video recorder capabilities. But there are other solutions too!
More than 14 million consumer downloads occurred within 24 hours of Windows 10 release on 29 July. That figure today is closer to 40 million.
Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(
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