The Internet giant Google has made yet another major change in wake of NSA spying. Originally, their goal was to enact new security certificates with a 2,048 bit encryption by the end of the year. They beat their deadline by …Read More »
According to the Apple support forums, several iPhone 5s users are having trouble with their new handset. It apparently kicks in the Blue Screen of Death then reboots itself. Who would have thought that in the year 2013 an Apple …Read More »
Feedly introduces Pro upgrade with ability to search, secured browsing (HTTPS), and Evernote support
Today feedly was updated to its latest version (v17) and along with it came the option to upgrade to feedly Pro. For $5 a month, Pro users will get a number of features that won’t make their way to the …Read More »
It would appear Microsoft and Bing have run into a bit of a problem. I mean besides the fact that Bing is not quite as useful a search engine of course. Then again, this issue will only affect those smart …Read More »
It looks like Yahoo! has learned its lesson when it comes to security. After its mail service was recently hacked by an XSS exploit, the company has not only patched the problem but is also quietly rolling out an HTTPS …Read More »
Last week researchers unveiled a new exploit that allows the hijacking of HTTPS connections, the type of connections the world relies on for secure data transfer over the Internet.
Dubbed CRIME (Compression Ratio Info-leak Made Easy), the hack exploits vulnerabilities …Read More »