We’re going entirely on deduction here, but our iPhone seems to be handling “messages of death” more safely after we updated to iOS 11.4.
Thankfully, since we first reported on it, eBay has binned its cumbersome 2FA procedure and replaced it a much easier process.
Apparently, due to legal weirdness, GDPR doesn’t apply to the EC itself. What to do? Shout at the bureaucrats or be cool about it?
Need a jolt? Leave the rocks at home, and bring cash instead. The hoaxsters are full of dark caramel whipped cream crappuccino!
We updated to iOS 11.4, because that’s our habit – but Apple still isn’t saying what was fixed yet. How we wish Apple wouldn’t do that!
New research has discovered hard drives can be vulnerable to sonic interference.
Currently, only businesses themselves are liable for the fines, so the directors declare bankruptcy and then play whack-a-mole. They may now be held personally liable to the tune of up to £500,000.
With a name like BACKLASH, you might think this hack comes from the era of mechanical devices, with gears and pulleys. You’d be right!
Beyond potential police surveillance, the plates could be as susceptible to hacking as other wireless and IoT technologies.
Web defacement is supposed to be an old-fashioned type of hack, but it probably didn’t look that way to YouTube viewers on 10 April.