Microsoft has published a support document today warning Windows 10 users that the impending May 2019 Update may not install on their systems if they use external USB storage devices or SD cards.
BREAKING: MA Supreme Judicial Court holds that “pinging” someone’s cell phone to reveal their real-time location is a search under the MA constitution.
The security industry is waking up to the insidious threat posed by software supply chain attacks, where hackers don’t attack individual devices or networks directly, but rather the companies that distribute the code their targets use.
Tara Thomas thought her daughter was just having nightmares. “There’s a monster in my room,” the almost-3-year-old would say, sometimes pointing to the green light on the Nest Cam installed on the wall above her bed. Then Thomas realized her daughter’s nightmares were real.
When the Canadian Privacy Commissioner’s office released the results of its investigation into the Equifax breach last week, it only served to highlight how little the U.S. government has done to address the 2017 incident, which affected the data of 146 million people.
IIT Bombay, one of India’s premier technology institute has made the country proud by developing the country’s first-ever indigenously-built SPARC ISA architecture based microprocessor called AJIT.
Microsoft employees have started a petition urging the company not to censor a GitHub code repository where tech workers in China are speaking out against 70-hour work weeks at companies like Alibaba, Huawei and ByteDance, reported BuzzFeed News.
The European Parliament voted last week to interconnect a series of border-control, migration, and law enforcement systems into a gigantic, biometrics-tracking, searchable database of EU and non-EU citizens.