Cryptojacking Discovered On Government Websites
A UK security researcher has discovered that cyber criminals have been using public sector websites, including that of the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office for cryptojacking.
X-Day February 15th – Prepare For GDPR
Network services provider EfficientIP has warned businesses that, in reality, February 15th is the last day that organisations can ensure their real-world compliance with GDPR.
Firefox Users Advised To Update
Cisco’s security team has advised Firefox users to install Mozilla’s latest update for its web browser after a potentially serious security vulnerability was discovered.
10 Gbps Home Broadband Speed Achieved In Test
Broadband operator Hyperoptic is reported to have achieved home Broadband speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second (Gbps) in a recent test.
Cryptocurrency Bitcoin’s value has now dropped to $6,000, a fall of $13,000 since November 2017.
Tech Tip - Windows 10 : Keep Unwanted Software Off Computers You Support
If you help support your business and / or home computer, and you want to keep things secure and tidy by stopping other users from downloading unwanted software from sources you don’t trust onto the computer, here's how...
Virgin Credit Cards : No To Crypto
Shortly after Lloyds Bank announced that it would be banning customers from buying crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin using their credit cards, Virgin Money is now adopting the same policy.
The results of a survey by Microsoft indicate that constant contact with technology such as emails, messages and notifications in the workplace can reduce productivity, make workers less productive, and increase stress levels.
Facial Recognition Arrest Claims Via Twitter
South Wales Police have taken to social media to announce news of the latest arrests made using Automated Facial Recognition (AFR) technology.