Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Google is working on an option to replace password logins on mobile devices with a "trust score" based on multiple factors. The idea is to combine all sorts of factors that aren't secure enough on their own. The idea is to balance the need for security with the hassle of... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Microsoft's attempts to get all users running Windows 10 has taken yet another step further. It's now rolling out a sneaky way of getting users to "consent" to the update. As we've previously covered, Windows 10 is now classed as a "Recommended update" which... + continue reading
Friday, May 20, 2016
Posted by Dennis Faas
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5
Infopackets Reader 'Sisi' writes: " Dear Dennis, After I upgraded to Windows 10, I can no longer connect to my wireless network. However, when I connect my laptop to my router using a ethernet cable, it works fine. How can I get my wireless network to work again? " My response:... + continue reading
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
A judge has refused Mozilla's request that the FBI be forced to hand over details of a potential security bug in its Firefox browser. Mozilla argued there was a risk of the bug becoming public, which would then put anyone using its browser(s) at risk of an online attack. The request... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Posted by John Lister
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4.88889
A major website used by hackers to exchange stolen data has itself been hacked. The breach has exposed hundreds of thousands of user accounts. The site called "Nulled" hosted discussion forums for users to exchange tips on how to hack into websites. It also included a section for... + continue reading

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