Marcus Hutchins the hacking ‘hero’ pleads guilty to US malware charges

We all remember the WannaCry ransomware attack back in 2017, right? Well Marcus Hutchins was our saviour at our time of need as he was able to find a ‘kill switch’ for the malware. He was hailed a hero as he didn’t only save the little guy, the little guy being us, but he also… Read More Marcus Hutchins the hacking ‘hero’ pleads guilty to US malware charges

Senator Warren’s mission to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google

This is a biggie. On Friday, during a speech in Long Island City, Senator Warren vowed that she would break up Google, Amazon and Facebook if she’s elected President so that smaller businesses have a better chance of competing in the technology sector. It’s a big claim indeed. The Senator plans to be competing as… Read More Senator Warren’s mission to break up Amazon, Facebook and Google

Trump’s reelection campaign will advocate control over 5G networks

President Trumps 2020 reelection campaign wants to promote the control of 5G wireless airwaves which would give government access to private wireless providers. According to national press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, the plan will provide faster internet access to the more rural parts of the country and also help to reduce costs of the network. It’s… Read More Trump’s reelection campaign will advocate control over 5G networks

Hack attempt on Australian Parliament

Australian government has been hit by a number of hack attacks over the past few years. The governments weather and statistics agencies were targeted by hackers in 2015 and 2016. In 2011 senior Australian ministers had their email systems hacked into. This time around the Australian Parliaments computer network was targeted. Authorities are currently investigating… Read More Hack attempt on Australian Parliament

Google and Facebook’s app scandal has us questioning our existence

Tech Crunch reported on Friday that Google and Facebook, after two investigations, were found to have misused an Apple issued certificate to get their data collecting apps to consumers when the certificate was meant for internal use only. Yes, it’s another data scandal and yes, Facebook did go far further than anybody else involved. Here’s… Read More Google and Facebook’s app scandal has us questioning our existence