According to a recent report by NordPass, business executives need to use stronger passwords to avoid data breaches.
The gang responsible for the attack, which happened in December, is still it large.
Mark Zuckerberg claims the new program interface will allow companies to speed up their response time to customers.
A Zoom app called Welo - currently in its beta phase - lets users recreate physical meeting spaces in the digital landscape.
A new report shows that US airports take the four top spots for Wi-Fi speed, globally.
According to a recent release by Cert-In, VPN providers unwilling to collect user data in India will have to pull out.
After mounting fines from its government, Google's Russian branch is currently "unable to fulfil its monetary obligations".
Microsoft will "nearly double" its budget for employee salary increases and improve stock compensation for employees too.
Shopify merchants will be able to accept up to 20 different coins, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin.
A new report finds that spyware-riddled apps on the Google Play Store "have been installed over a hundred thousand times."
Apple's plans are on ice due to an increase in Covid-19 cases, but employees don't mind one bit.
The creator behind the "jigsaw" ransomware - as well as a ransomware builder called Thanos - bragged about its use online.
Apps available on the App Store will no longer have to wait for users to 'opt-in' before increasing prices.
The Apple Park Visitor Centre is the testing ground for the new feature, and videos of it in action are already online.
A report finds 88% of executives previously hit by ransomware stated that they would pay if they were attacked again.
The new clock-shaped icon will automatically appear on users' Chat accounts five minutes after their last activity.
There's no quick fix: The functionality that makes this possible would have to be changed on a hardware level.
The necessary tool will be more accessible to Microsoft Teams users, who previously had to login for every single use.
More than 6,000 sites were hacked in April alone, redirecting unsuspecting users to unwanted ads and scam sites.
Sharing passwords is a sure fire way to compromise your online security, but Netflix's concerns are likely purely financial.
Investors anticipating a bad economy are selling off risky assets. It's hard to get riskier than cryptocurrency.