Category Archives: Security

EternalBlue strikes again

Since May 7th, US city Baltimore is under ransomware attack, reports The Verge. It affected government services like its e-mail systems and systems for other government services. According to security experts, hackers used EternalBlue, a “technology” developed by NSA for high-profile cyberattacks, which was stolen from NSA in April 2017 by hacker group The ShadowBrokers. NSA was reportedly… Read More »

Personal data on Instagram got exposed

It’s nothing unusual that big social networks’ websites are regularly under attacks. Many users give to social networks many personal data like real name, e-mail addresses, phone numbers or even home address. Also on social networks are shared many personal data like personal photos and videos and people also communicate via social networks – like Facebook’s Messenger. Instagram,… Read More »

macOS Mojave Supplemental Update for 2018 and 2019 15.4-inch MacBooks Pro

Some Macs feature a security T2 chip, a custom silicon for Mac. As Apple said “By redesigning and integrating several controllers found in other Mac computers – such as the System Management Controller, image signal processor, audio controller, and SSD controller – the T2 chip delivers new capabilities to your Mac.” In short, T2 chip secures some features… Read More »

Facebook and about 50 million accounts with security issues

Today, Facebook is the biggest social network in the world. It stores many personal datas, so it’s popular target for hackers. I’m personally registered on Facebook, because “everyone is on Facebook”, but I don’t like this social network, because of (mostly) privacy and security issues. I prefer to use Telegram, but how to persuade all my contacts to… Read More »

HTTP pages will be marked as unsecure in Google Chrome

Many webpages still use HTTP – Hypertext Transfer Protocol – instead of its secured counterpart HTTPS. That extra “S” means that connection is encrypted by protocol TLS/SSL, so nobody can get data like data in formulars or even passwords. This is critical for services like Internet Banking or any e-shop. Never send passwords or any sensitive data via… Read More »

Another security issue on Macs

Do you remember security issue on Macs with root access? It was a big security issue, which allows attackers to get root access on your Apple computer. It was fixed fastly, but another security flaw appeared. It’s not as dangerous as root access, but it’s shame that biggest private technology company makes mistakes like this one. This issue… Read More »

Apple’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention is a nightmare for ad companies

No one loves obstructive ads on many webpages. And some sites went more further – articles on magazines are splitted into “chapters”, or call it “capitoles”. This may not to be bad thing, especially for long reviews, but if one chapter contains few sentences with few words and load of ads, something is wrong. I hate this model,… Read More »

Samsung endangered many smartphones

Samsung got another issue, now with app S Sugest. Samsung has forgot to renew its domain ssugest.com, which is used by S Sugest app. After domain expired, it was registered by Joao Gouveia from Anubis Networks, as informed Motherboard company. After exploding Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 batteries, this would be another cause, if this domain was registered by… Read More »

Roadblock – another great Content Blocker with profiles and iCloud sync

Recently I reviewed great Content Blocker for macOS and iOS – 1Blocker. But no blocker is 100% solution, so I decided to find another one. I was finding customizable Content Blocker with iCloud sync between Mac and it’s iOS counterpart. I found Roadblock. In past, Roadblock didn’t support iCloud sync, but this feature was added later so I… Read More »