Cybersecurity Firm Drops Code for the Incredibly Dangerous Windows ‘BlueKeep’ Vulnerability
Researchers from U.S. government contractor Immunity have developed a working exploit for the feared Windows bug known as BlueKeep.
Microsoft's 'Stranger Things' Gag Doesn't Make Sense Because No One Used Windows 1.0
Windows may be the winner now, but it was a cultural nonentity in 1985.
I Stopped Using a Computer Mouse for a Week and It Was Amazing
Your life will be so much easier if you force yourself to learn keyboard shortcuts.
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How to Securely Get Rid of Your Devices
How to clean out that drawer of old phones, laptops, and hard drives without having to worry about someone getting their hands on your data.
Hundreds of Thousands of Windows XP Users Won't Be Able to Use Steam Soon
Valve is kicking the operating system off its service starting January 2019. Upgrade or GTFO.
This E-Waste Recycler Is Going to Prison for Selling Windows Restore Discs to Put on Refurbished Computers
Eric Lundgren was sentenced to 15 months in prison and a $50,000 fine for creating ‘restore disks’ to extend the life of computers using Microsoft.
Israeli Government Asked European Security Companies for Zero-Days in Unsolicited Emails
Israel cast a wide net in Europe too, looking to purchase zero-days for its law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Here’s the Letter Israel Sent to Solicit Zero-Days From American Hackers
In a peek into the way governments may source hacking tools, Motherboard obtained a 2015 letter the Israeli Ministry of Defense sent to US-based exploit developers.
Lebanese Government Hackers Hit Thousands of Victims With Incredibly Simple Campaign
Security researchers uncover several years-long espionage and hacking campaigns, pinpointing them to a specific building in Beirut, Lebanon.
'They Are Billions' Is Zerg Rush: The Game
One part of 'StarCraft,' over and over again, but in a good way.
Hackers Could Silently Hack Your Cellphone And Computers Over Bluetooth
Security researchers reveal several new bugs that allowed hackers to hack into cellphones and computers simply because they had Bluetooth on.