Feb 29th, 2008
Nov 21st, 2015 by tay
Arris cable modems have plenty of Backdoors
A security researcher using Shodan to probe Arris cable modems for vulnerabilities has found that 600,000 of the company's modems not only have a backdoor, but that the backdoor itself has an extra backdoor. Brazilian vulnerability tester Bernardo...
Nov 13th, 2015 by CDNBear
Bell canada fails
The other day I heard the CEO of Bell Canada complaining about an American company coming in and buying up smaller companies that they, Bell Canada, were restricted from buying themselves. To be brushing my teeth that morning when I listened to this...
X box one......
Any gamers here ever figure out a way to keep XBox one from hogging all the bandwidth when it's updating? Anything available in the xbox settings that I can't find? I would like something simpler than going into the router, assign it a static IP and...
Oct 3rd, 2015 by B00Mer
Man Buys Google.com Domain Name For $12
Man Buys Google.com Domain Name For $12 The former employee says he was surprised when the world famous domain name was made available for him to buy. ...
windows 10 build 10240
buggy as hell. they should have waited until just before Christmas at the earliest if not later. :(
Jul 31st, 2015 by tay
Windows 10 Announced - Video
A First Look at Windows 10 - YouTube This was a closed presentation to a small audience and was rumored to not have any video for the larger audience, yet Windows Phone Central shared this with everybody. Windows 10 is presented in a way that...
Jul 25th, 2015 by tay
CRTC raises the bar for Canadian consumers
Major policy decision will ensure consumers still have choice even on all-fibre networks July 23, 2015 TekSavvy Solutions Inc., one of Canadas leading independent telecommunications providers, yesterday hailed a major policy decision from...
Jul 15th, 2015 by tay
Mozilla blocks all versions of Adobe Flash in Firefox
Mozilla has added all versions of Adobe Flash up to the most recent version 18.104.22.168 to the Firefox blocklist. Security researchers have discovered vulnerabilities in recent versions of Adobe Flash that have not been patched yet by Adobe but are...
Jul 3rd, 2015 by SLM
Trouble in Paradise?
AKA Reddit Reddit In Chaos: Blackout After Worker Fired One of the web's most popular websites has been thrown into chaos by a rebellion sparked by the sacking of a popular staff member. The unpaid moderators of some of the link-sharing...
May 4th, 2015 by Kreskin
Is the internet on the brink of collapse?
The web could reach its limit in just eight years and use all of Britain's power supply by 2035, warn scientists Internet speeds have increased by 50-fold in the last decade alone Optical fibres have reached capacity and cannot transfer any more...
Mar 29th, 2015 by SLM
It happens once in a while, you get a neat video in an email or in a news article and you would like to post it in the forum But it comes out as a hyperlink like this I'm using...
Mar 29th, 2015 by tay
More than 80,000 servers at all levels of gov't in Canada run XP
Microsoft Corp. is sounding a new set of alarms about a product that could soon be vulnerable to attacks by hackers. Less than a year after warning businesses and consumers about the end of support for its popular if dated Windows XP operating...
Feb 22nd, 2015 by MHz
You Had One Job, Lenovo
And it didnt involve sneaking malicious adware onto your customers computers. When Lenovo preinstalled Superfish adware on its laptops, it betrayed its customers and sold out their security. It did it for no good reason, and it may not even have...
On my windows '98 PC, if I wanted to send a document to someone and didn't want anybody else to read it, I would just have to put it it in a zipped folder that needed a password to open it. This morning, I needed to send some documents to someone in...
Jan 9th, 2015 by SLM
Canada: Illegal Downloads Will Be A Lot Less Anonymous Jan 1, 2015
Changes to the Canadian federal government's Copyright Modernization Act, also known as Bill C-11, will legally require ISPs to contact customers suspected of illegally downloading on behalf of the copyright holder as of January 1st. Here's how the new...
Downloading from Digital camera
For several years I've been downloading pictures from my wife's digital camera directly to Picasa 3 without a problem. Now I'm finding nothing happens when I try to down load. How would I go about trying to find the problem?. I would greatly appreciate...
Jan 7th, 2015 by SLM
Do As I Say, Not As I Do?
Canada backs internet 'direct democracy' abroad, but faces questions at home Canada wants to help undermine repressive regimes using the power of the web, says Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, who announced Tuesday his government is throwing its...
Dec 23rd, 2014 by Praxius
Windows 10 - 3 Pages of Everything Known Right Now:
Windows 10: release date, price, news and features | Operating Systems News | TechRadar It is quite a detailed read, and informative. Everything you needed to know about Windows 10, what it contains, what devices will run it, just about every single...
Dec 23rd, 2014 by MHz
syfy boards to be discontinued new years day
As part of the ongoing evolution of Syfy Digital, we will be closing the virtual doors on the forums starting January 1. The discussions here have been passionate, intelligent, honest and awesome. And we want the conversations to continue we WANT to...
Google Tracks Everything You Do, Even Offline
Google tracks everything you do, and they are not limited to just tracking you online. The search giant is now developing ways to track users across laptops, tablets and smartphones. They can even follow you right down to the the stores you visit and...
The Top Websites of 2014 Debate
1.Google 2.Facebook 3.YouTube 4.Yahoo! 5.Baidu 6.Amazon.com 7.Wikipedia 8.Taobao 9.Twitter 10. Book Routes
(by Top Websites)
Dec 5th, 2014 by Locutus
FBI: Unknown hackers released major malware in US
The FBI warned U.S. businesses that hackers have used malicious software to launch destructive attacks in the United States, following a devastating cyber attack last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment. ...
Dec 4th, 2014 by Locutus
The 14 people who control the security of the world wide web
The group meets four times a year to administer the domain name system That's the directory that links web addresses to numerical IP addresses If breached it could lead to complete confusion in the world wide web With billions of users...