• What Chrome's 'Not secure' warning for unencrypted HTTP websites really means

    What Chrome's 'Not secure' warning for unencrypted HTTP websites really means

    Google’s taking a more aggressive role in encouraging websites to encrypt their connections to protect user data. Chrome 68 starts rolling out today, and browser update labels any site that isn’t using HTTPS with a valid certificate as “Not secure” in the address bar. Previous versions of Chrome took a more positive angle, giving encrypted websites a green “secured” lock icon.

  • Save Up To 88% On CyberGhost VPN Subscriptions

    Save Up To 88% On CyberGhost VPN Subscriptions

    As time goes by it seems that cyberspace becomes increasingly hyperactive, even hyper-treacherous, ridden with attacks looming from all directions. And that's why, with almost 6 million visitors to its site each month

  • Nginx debuts app server for microservices

    Nginx debuts app server for microservices

    It has also upgraded its Nginx Plus application server and announced a new control plane. Nginx, makers of the popular Nginx open source web server, will begin shipping on April 12 a multilingual application server called Nginx Unit.

  • Coinbase tells 13,000 users their data will be sent to the IRS soon

    Coinbase tells 13,000 users their data will be sent to the IRS soon

    Coinbase told its customers on Friday that it plans to comply with a court order and hand over about 13,000 customers’ data to the IRS within 21 days. The IRS made the request back in November 2016, asking for the Coinbase records of all the people who bought bitcoin from 2013 to 2015 to seek out those who were evading cryptocurrency taxes. Anyone affected by the order should now have received an email from Coinbase to that effect.

  • Amazon eyes VN market

    Amazon eyes VN market

    E-commerce giant Amazon is proceeding with its ambitious business plan in Việt Nam, following Alibaba’s footsteps, said Nguyễn Thanh Hưng, chairman of the Việt Nam E-commerce Association (VECOM).

  • How to use 1Password for two-step authentication codes

    How to use 1Password for two-step authentication codes

    1Password is an app built to help you keep your online accounts secure. The first step of securing an account is using a strong password. The second is remembering that password. It's easy to come up with one password we feel ...

  • When will your phone get Android Nougat?

    When will your phone get Android Nougat?

    Our continually updated list has all the latest details, announcements, and rumors to give you the best possible picture of when you'll get Android 7.0. We have the answer! Well, sort of. Android is a fragmented mess customized by many different smartphone makers, so finding out when exactly you’ll get Nougat depends on a lot of different factors.

  • Rogue Pokémon app hacks Androids

    Rogue Pokémon app hacks Androids

    Experts at Kaspersky Lab have discovered a new malicious app on the Google Play store called "Guide for Pokémon Go", capable of seizing root access rights on Android smartphones to install or uninstall apps and display unsolicited ads. The Trojan includes interesting features that help it bypass detection. For example, it does not start as soon as the victim launches the app. Instead, it waits for the user to install or uninstall another app, and then checks to see whether that app runs on a real device or on a virtual machine.

  • AAG maintenance slows Internet again

    AAG maintenance slows Internet again

    Local Internet providers have said access to international services, including Youtube and Facebook, is choppy as the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) undersea fiber optic cable line is suspended for scheduled maintenance. The maintenance takes place more than one month after the line broke in Hong Kong early August due to Typhoon Nida, and it took many days for the operator of the line to have it fixed. The system was suspended from June 22 to 26 for maintenance.

  • Technology ministry says will prop up startups

    Technology ministry says will prop up startups

    The Ministry of Science and Technology said it is finding ways to spur growth of startups following the Government’s approval last month of a national scheme to support an innovative startup ecosystem.

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