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Tweets Can No Longer Be Sent From SMS To Twitter

If you use Twitter on a regular basis, then you probably saw the official tweet from the company. Effective immediately, they've shut down the functionality that allowed users to tweet […]

Microsoft Edge Update Will Benefit Security And Remote Workers

Microsoft is working hard to improve its Edge browser, and the latest beta build (Dev version 84.0.495.2) has a lot to be excited about. Most of the benefits are aimed […]

SBA And CDC Phishing Emails Can Carry Malware

According to Microsoft, its machine learning threat detection models have helped its research teams uncover multiple mal-spam campaigns. These campaigns have been tied together by the common theme of incorporating […]

PC Users Beware Of Downloader For Zoom Created By Hackers

Are you working from home right now? If so, you're certainly not alone. Tens of millions of people are doing the same, and there are untold millions around the world […]

Illegal Movie Downloads Can Give Your Device Malware

If you're like a lot of people stuck at home during the pandemic, you probably ran out of Netflix titles to watch a couple of weeks ago. As a result, […]

WiFi 6e Should Be A Big Improvement To Crowded Wifi Spaces

If you're like a lot of people, right now, you're doing what work you can from home. If that's the case, you've probably noticed that your home WiFi network is […]

Payment Protection And Stimulus Programs Are Being Used By Scammers

Just about everyone in the country has been negatively impacted by the pandemic. That is why the government is sending relief via the Payment Protection Program, the stimulus program, and […]

Microsoft’s Edge Browser To Release New Features

Microsoft recently re-reinvented its web browser. After finally giving up on bug-plagued Internet Explorer, the company introduced Microsoft Edge, which it hoped would take the internet community by storm. When […]

Google Is Adding Verification Policy For Online Ads

Recently, Google announced they were making some important changes to their rules governing online ads. They're adding verifications that they normally reserve for political advertisements,. This step is in a […]

Microsoft Stopped Hackers Using GIFs To Access User Data

Microsoft Teams (which is the company's Enterprise chat app) isn't all business. Like most other chat apps, it allows those who use it to send amusing animated Gif images. Unfortunately, […]

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