Thursday, May 5, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Stolen usernames and passwords from Yahoo, Google and Microsoft's webmail services are reportedly being traded by Russian criminals. They are said to be among a batch of 272.3 million accounts, though most are from a popular Russian service. The trade has been revealed by Hold Security... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Google has been granted access to millions of patient medical records in the United Kingdom. It plans to use it to develop a way to spot patients at risk of developing serious kidney conditions. Although officials say personally identifying details will remain encrypted, the move has raised... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
A federal court has ordered a woman to use her finger to unlock her iPhone. It's the latest legal tussle in the ongoing debate pitting security and law enforcement against constitutional rights. The case involved a Los Angeles woman who had been arrested for identity theft. The FBI... + continue reading
Monday, May 2, 2016
Posted by Dennis Faas
Reader's rate:
5
Infopackets Reader Marion writes: " Dear Dennis, I am running Windows 10 and my Windows Mail won't work; every time I load Windows Mail it just freezes. For example, normally when I load Windows Mail, the left hand side of the screen displays my Accounts, Inbox, Sent items, Drafts, and... + continue reading
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
4.90909
Microsoft has detailed the intricate and carefully crafted attack techniques of a longstanding group of online spies. They include taking advantage of a now-retired Windows feature for easier updates. Thankfully for home users, the attacks from the group Microsoft dubs "Platinum"... + continue reading

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