Articles for October 2019
Whether you’re in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet.
A vulnerability in Sudo, tracked as CVE-2019-14287, could allow Linux users to run commands as root user even when they’re restricted.
One of China’s most brazen hacking sprees involved intelligence officers, hackers, security researchers, and company insiders.
Taking these two steps can tighten security significantly, according to a former chief of MI6.
You can buy a month’s worth of quality web hosting from a well-established service provider for less than the price of a Grande cappuccino. What’s the catch? You’ll have to dig a bit to make accurate long-term comparisons of the various offerings. That’s where our Buyer’s Guide can help.
Ransomware has been around for a long time but is still finding fresh victims. What’s going wrong?
A former systems engineer has wound up in prison after being found guilty of destroying critical US Army network resources in retaliation for termination.
Last week, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) said that Barrence Anthony worked for Federated IT, a federal contractor tasked with looking after US Army Chaplain Corps networks, including financial applications and training systems.