Category Archives: Internet

Wi-Fi in many devices is affected by serious vulnerability, please update

By | 28/02/2020

Every software or hardware we use is created by humans, so it may contain bugs, sometimes serious. Chips from Broadcom and Cypress Semiconductor are affected by serious vulnerability. It allows to to decrypt data sent wirelessly. This vulnerability got little strange name “KrØØk”. It mostly affects FullMAC WLAN chips, which are present in many iPhones, iPads, Macs, Amazon… Read More »

Use strong passwords, Microsoft warns

By | 09/12/2019

Some users can’t learn from their own mistakes. Many users are using weak passwords and passcodes, often using common words or passwords like “12345” or year of birth as 4-numbered passcode on their mobile phone. Microsoft checked more than 3 000 000 000 leached login credentials from various sources, like public leaked databases or databases from criminal acts.… Read More »

Google will kill another of its services

By | 25/11/2019

Yes, we are talking about Cloud Print. It’s one of the oldest current services that Google offers. Google is known for killing many of its services after relative short time. I don’t think this will be applied on YouTube or Gmail, at least not in upcoming years, because these services make great financial profit and they are very… Read More »

Ransomware Cyborg is masked as an update, abusing Microsoft’s e-mail

By | 22/11/2019

In short, ransomware is a malicious software, which installs itself on victim’s computer and then, or after some time to mask its presence, it begins to encrypt your files. Your files are then encrypted and unusable till you pay ransom to attackers via Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency – and sometimes, attackers won’t send decryption key to unlock your… Read More »

Google will stop indexing Flash content

By | 04/11/2019

I remember times of flashing effects on web, visit books on almost every private web, blinking clocks and Flash games. Internet in 2006 was full of Flash technology. Because of lack of current technologies, like HTML5 and WebGL, most effects was done by Flash. You had to install plugin from Adobe to run this content, so it was… Read More »

uTorrent – victim of macOS Catalina

By | 18/10/2019

Downloading torrents is popular. Torrents do not automatically mean cracked or pirated software, as some media may say. It’s just other way of downloading files, though it’s sometimes abused, but the same applies to classic downloading. It’s something like CD/DVD burners – if you own one, you are not automatically movie or music pirate. One of the most… Read More »

Apple’s September 10 Event will be streamed on YouTube for the first time

By | 07/09/2019

Apple streams its events on Apple’s webpage and on iOS and Apple TV apps. Users on other platforms are limited. As for WWDC 2019 Event, even Apple desktop users were limited to by Apple recommended Safari, Chrome or Firefox, though in some cases it was possible to watch stream on other browsers. As for Windows users, Apple recommended… Read More »