Yesterday I got the email that millions of other people got in regards to Evernote resetting my password due to someone hacking into their user data system. The investigation has shown… that the individual(s) responsible were able to gain access to Evernote user information, which includes usernames, email addresses associated with Evernote accounts, and encrypted […]
They are coming in 2014, according to this. Just imagine what it will be like walking out of the mall to your car, looking up to see a drone checking you out. And you know that sooner or later they will be outfitted with tasers. This is the impending wave of the future. I look […]
If you are not paranoid about using open Wifi service at coffee shops, hotels, and other public establishments, you should be. Time and time again it has been proven that such locales can be extremely dangerous for doing mundane things such as checking your email or posting to your Facebook account. If you are unlucky […]
The vulnerability that sat undetected for 7 years was disclosed last week, but today it has been announced that exploits have been seen in the wild. They are working on releasing a new patch. This is pretty bad as it’s not exploiting one particular web application, rather, it is exploiting web servers running PHP in […]
Did you know that Facebook gets a report every time you visit a site with a Facebook “Like” button, even if you never click the button, are not a Facebook user, or are not logged in? That, and more you should be aware of here in this Consumer Reports article. Priv3 for Firefox will silently […]
This seems to have flown under the radar in recent weeks, but Google has launched a Beta site for using their search services over SSL. I have it set to my default Google search page now. Google SSL Same URL as usual, just use https instead of http.