Windows 10 users should wait to install the latest update-it’s bricking some PCs

The latest Windows 10 cumulative update is causing some PCs to fail to boot, and the only solution is a system restore.

Windows 10 users may want to hold off on updating their PCs: The first cumulative patch for the Windows 10 April 2018 update is causing some PCs to enter a cycle of failed boots.

The bug in update … Read more...

Google is finally making it easier for you to manage your private data

Google is overhauling its user privacy policy, not because it wants to do it or because it wants to collect less data about you, but because Europe is forcing the company to allow customers to better manage their data. Google, of course, is hoarding even more data about you than Facebook, a company that’s been the news lately because of … Read more...

Apple faces class action lawsuit over failing MacBook butterfly keyboards

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Apple’s polarizing butterfly keyboard design is now causing the company some legal issues. A new class action lawsuit has been filed against Apple, alleging that the company knew about the reliability issues of the design before launch, yet released it anyway…

As outlined by AppleInsider, the lawsuit was filed in the Northern District Court of California and includes both

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Windows critical flaw: This security bug is under attack right now, says Microsoft

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Microsoft patches two flaws that are already under attack, among the 67 bugs in May’s Patch Tuesday update.

Video: Microsoft’s reverse engineering unveils secrets of FinFisher government spyware

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday update addresses a critical flaw in the Windows VBScript engine that attackers are using to compromise Windows machines through Internet Explorer.

The patch follows an alarm by researchers at … Read more...

Firefox 60 lands: It’s world’s first browser to give you password-free logins, says Mozilla

Firefox becomes first browser to support the Web Authentication API, taking the world closer to no-password logins.

Video: How Mozilla plans to win back Firefox users.

Mozilla has released Firefox 60 with support for a new option to sign in to websites without using a password.

That’s thanks to an emerging W3C standard called Web Authentication or WebAuthn, which … Read more...

Two-factor authentication hackable

Two-factor authentication may not be the panacea of securing access to online accounts that many believe it is as KnowBe4’s Kevin Mitnick shows how easily this defensive measure can be spoofed.

Mitnick, KnowBe4’s chief hacking officer, has put together a video showing how a phishing email containing a bit of code capable of swiping login information placed into a login … Read more...