Bitdefender has released a list of different precautions that it thinks customers must take in order to prevent pickpockets stealing funds from contactless cards.
Today’s tech: Apple iPhone 6 gets ripped apart, cloud computing is kind of a big deal, and Microsoft cuts Silicon Valley jobs
The best of ITProPortal news including: Apple iPhone 6 components revealed, survey reveals full extent of cloud computing use, and MIcrosoft closes a revered research lab.
A user of the site told the BBC that he first noticed the flaw way back in February when it was reported to eBay in the form of a chat log yet it remained a problem for months afterwards.
The ITProPortal team discusses some of the most interesting stories of the week, including a petty superpower scrap and Google's transparency report.
This is the first part of a new series that dives into the question regarding whether cloud computing can be used for data backup and, if so, where?
According to fresh research from Sage, an overwhelming 87 per cent of mid-market businesses (comprising between 100 and 499 members of staff) are now making use of cloud technology.
Strong security is necessary nowadays. However, some solutions can be overwhelming to many users, so they are often not implemented or are simply misunderstood.
In a post on the Apple website yesterday the company claimed that they won’t comply with government warrants to unlock devices running the new iOS 8, because they can’t.
A total of 12 different contractors were breached by the hackers and the companies targeted deal with US military logistics such as transportation of weapons and personnel.
The bug affects the company’s Android Browser that is present on many devices before Android 4.2 and it can steal any information put into a browser such as passwords and cookies.
The attack is the latest in a series of technical issues to plague the online auction site in recent months, with the US firm taking over 12 hours to remove the malicious redirect links.