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Samsung, Roku Smart TVs Found To Be Vulnerable To Hacking

02/07/2018, Back in the day, our TVs were simply displays that showed movies, the news, TV series, documentaries, and more from television broadcast stations. Nowadays our TVs have gotten smarter, allowing us to download apps, surf the web, play games, watch internet...

Grammarly Browser Extension Bug Lets People See What You Type

02/06/2018, Grammarly started off as a tool that let people check their grammar in their writing, and also offered users suggestions on what they could change to make it better. It eventually found its way onto browsers and also as a keyboard app, but unfortunately...

New Netflix Phishing Email Scams Are Making Their Rounds

02/02/2018, These days the spam filters in email services are getting much better where usually you can more or less rest assured knowing that you are safe. However from time to time, some do slip through the cracks, and some are especially convincing due to the...


iOS 11.3 Will Allow Face ID To Approve Family Purchases

01/31/2018, While the removal of Touch ID on the iPhone X was a gamble, it sort of paid off as Face ID certainly does work as advertised, at least for the most part. However it also created some inconveniences, such as not being able to approve family purchases which...

ATM ‘Jackpotting’ Attacks Have Found Their Way To The US

01/29/2018, In TV shows and movies, sometimes you see how ATMs can be hacked where it just spits out all the money in its reserve. This is actually a real-life hack known as “jackpotting” and is prevalent in regions like Europe and Asia, and now it seems that it...

‘Modern iPad’ Most Likely iPad With Face ID

01/28/2018, According to the rumors, Apple is said to be working on an iPad with Face ID. Recently it was discovered that in the iOS 11.3 beta that there are references made to a “modern iPad”, but it is unclear as to what this means. Now it seems that there is...

$530M NEM Stolen Following Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchange Hack

01/26/2018, Just like real-life cash, cryptocurrency can be stolen as well. In fact last year $30 million worth of cryptocurrency had been stolen, which is a lot of money, but we reckon it pales in comparison to the latest theft. Japanese cryptocurrency exchange...

Japan Display Developing Its Own Glass-Based Fingerprint Sensor

01/25/2018, While passwords and passcodes are still used, biometric security has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Japan Display has recently announced that they have begun development of their own glass-based fingerprint sensor which some are seeing as a...

NVIDIA Preparing Spectre Vulnerability Patch For Its SHIELD Tablet

01/24/2018, The Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities has to be one of the biggest security flaws in recent times, especially given that it affects pretty much all kinds of devices such as desktops, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. We’ve seen companies...

Tinder Vulnerability Lets Strangers See Your Photos & Matches

01/23/2018, It is typically advised that if you were to hook onto a public WiFi network that you probably shouldn’t conduct sensitive business matters, such as online banking, or maybe even sharing sensitive information like prototype products, and the likes....