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Twitch Malware Targets Steam Wallets And Items

by Farhan · 22 hours ago · No Comments · 249 views

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A interesting piece of malware has been discovered to be infesting Twitch chatrooms. It spreads by using the traditional phishing scam that invites users to participate in a sweepstakes to win rare items from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Once the link is clicked, the malware then logs into the nearest Steam account and begins to clear it out.

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Leaked: This Is How Desktop Looks Like In The Upcoming Windows 9

by Syefri Zulkefli · 4 days ago · 15 Comments · 2.4k views

Windows 9 Technical Preview

It is not a secret that Microsoft is planning to unveil Windows 9 a.k.a Threshold to the world really soon. As we get closer to the rumoured date for the press event, two tech sites in Germany have published a set of screenshots from an early build of Windows 9 Technical Preview which provided an early look to the new operating system.

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Apple Now Alerts Users When Their iCloud Is Accessed

by Farhan · 7 days ago · No Comments · 441 views

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Apple is increasing security on the iCloud after the massive breach of security two weeks ago. The cloud storage service will now alert users via email when their account is accessed from a browser; even if the browser has been saved as a recognised device. This feature is not new on the internet, although this is the first time that Apple is implementing it.

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Apple Will be Tightening Up the Security in its iCloud Service, Says Tim Cook

by Huei Song · 2 weeks ago · 1 Comment · 558 views

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Eventhough Apple claims that its iCloud and Find my iPhone services were not breached following the nude celebrity photo leaks, Tim Cook, the CEO of the Cupertino company has just announced that they will be beefing up the company’s security.

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[IFA 2014] Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab Active

by Farhan · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 1.3k views

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Samsung has announced yet another tablet at its press briefing at IFA 2014. The ruggedized Samsung Galaxy Tab Active is designed for productivity, yet is equipped with features that allow it to be taken into places that would be too unfriendly for regular tablets. It also has enterprise users in mind, which looks like it is meant for the travelling businessman.

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Windows 9 Accidentally Teased By Microsoft China

by Syefri Zulkefli · 2 weeks ago · No Comments · 1.6k views

Microsoft China Teases Windows 9

Two weeks ago, it was revealed that the next version of Windows which is codenamed “Threshold” or more fondly known as Windows 9 might make its first official public appearance at the end of this month. While Microsoft has yet to make any official statement regarding that matter, it turns out that the company might have accidentally teases the new operating system to the world.

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Apple Actively Investigating Celebrity iCloud Hack

by Farhan · 2 weeks ago · 4 Comments · 2.8k views

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Revealing photos of several Hollywood actresses were released on to the internet over the weekend after a hacker managed to overcome the security on Apple’s iCloud. The company is now actively investigation the breach in an attempt to prevent future attacks from happening. No details of the hack have been made public, although it appears that Apple has patched the flaw in the system.

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Kaspersky Lab Announces Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 and Kaspersky Anti Virus 2015

by Dee-Ker · 3 weeks ago · 2 Comments · 1.4k views

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Kaspersky Lab, together with Kaspersky Asia Pacific brand ambassador Jay Chou, have announced the latest range of software security products in Malaysia, which includes the Kaspersky Anti Virus 2015 and Internet Security 2015 at the ongoing Malaysia IT Fair 2014.

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Kaspersky Lab Releases New Updated Product Line for Home Users

by Dee-Ker · 3 weeks ago · 1 Comment · 455 views

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Kaspersky Lab has announced the release of its latest range of security software for home users: Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2015, Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 – Multi-Device.

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Apple Patents A Flexible Shape-shifting Display

by Dee-Ker · 3 weeks ago · 1 Comment · 1.4k views

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Apple has just been awarded a patent from the US Patents and Trademark Office for “Electronic devices with flexible displays” that involves multiple display panel layers with incorporated actuators that morphs into buttons, sliders, toggle switches, and more.

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Windows 9 Might Be Unveiled On 30 September: Followed By The Release of Tech Preview

by Syefri Zulkefli · 3 weeks ago · 10 Comments · 2.8k views

Start Menu for Windows 8.1, Build 2014

Released in 2012, Windows 8 is barely two years old but it is widely known that Microsoft is already working on the next iteration of the operating system. Codenamed “Threshold and referred by many as Windows 9, the new operating system is expected to be released to consumers sometime in 2015 according to early information but it seems like that we might be able to see it in action very soon.

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Google Chrome Will Begin Red-Flagging Misleading Downloads

by Izzuddin Helmi · 1 month ago · No Comments · 1k views

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We’ve seen this happen countless times: you go to a website to download software and reach a download page with several “Click to Download” buttons, where only one is the actual download link. Clicking on these misleading ads could be a nasty affair, where you could be redirected to a site that automatically downloads malware without your knowing, or even pop-ups that parade you with scareware, prompting you to download bogus anti-virus software. Worse still is when some sites are actually hosting malware that is disguised as useful software. Thankfully, Google is helping to clear that out.

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