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New Mac Malware Uses Steganography to Sneak Into Computers

Most malware that pops up online targets Windows, but Apple’s platform is not immune. There’s a particularly sneaky new piece of malicious code floating around the web that hides in plain sight to attack macOS. The so-called VeryMal payload makes its way into...

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Apple users beware: Voice phishing is here

If you think your iPhone is safe from phishers, think again. Criminals are getting smarter by the day, and recently, they’ve been using voice phishing scams, pretending to call on behalf of Apple Support to make iPhone owners divulge sensitive information.. Do not be...

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5G? We’ll double it! Cable companies push ’10G’ at CES

They see your 5G and raise you another 5G. It's just not the G you're looking for. Comcast, the biggest cable company in the US, offers internet speeds of one gigabit per second. The industry announced an initiative to widen availability to 10 gigabit-per-second...

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Internal IT Department Vs Outsourced IT

An ongoing debate that will continue to rage on is the Internal IT vs Outsourced IT. Should a growing company recruit/train and build its own IT team or should they simply outsource the whole lot to an IT company who will manage the whole process for them? The answer,...

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Seagate at CES 2019

by Billy Tallis on January 7, 2019 4:00 AM EST Seagate recently returned to the consumer SSD market with the BarraCuda SSD. It didn't make much of a splash, but Seagate got their feet wet and kicked off a new strategy as a seller of Phison-based consumer SSDs. Now...

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Best processors 2019: top CPUs for your PC

AMD and Intel are at each other’s throats once more, bringing the spirit of competition the processor market once again. This is thanks in no small part to AMD’s Ryzen 2nd Generation absolutely dominating the market. Intel has responded to this with 9th-Generation...

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