Chrome 63 offers even more protection from malicious sites, using even more memory
Dec08

Chrome 63 offers even more protection from malicious sites, using even more memory

Enlarge / You might need more of this stuff if you want to use Chrome’s new Site Isolation mode. Well, not this stuff exactly; it’s RAM from a very obsolete VAX computer. (credit: Kevin Stanchfield) To further increase its enterprise appeal, Chrome 63—which hit the browser’s stable release channel yesterday—includes a couple of new security enhancements aimed particularly at the corporate market. The...

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APT 34 Is an Iran-Linked Hacking Group That Probes Critical Infrastructure

A new Iran-linked hacking group called APT 34 has been spotted lurking in the networks of financial, energy, telecom, and chemical companies.

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Microsoft's Project Sopris Could Secure the Next Generation of IoT

With Project Sopris, Microsoft has a new hardware solution for the next wave of IoT security problems.

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Quantum Computing Is the Next Big Security Risk

Opinion: Rep. Will Hurd of Texas argues that quantum computers will rock current security protocols that protect government and financial systems.

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Bankers Have Shut Down All of Bulgaria’s Bitcoin Exchanges
Dec08

Bankers Have Shut Down All of Bulgaria’s Bitcoin Exchanges

Bulgarians have lost all of their bitcoin exchanges overnight thanks to a sudden banking crackdown. In a well-orchestrated operation, Bulgaria’s major banks swung into action and blocked the accounts of multiple cryptocurrency exchanges. Also read: 200,000 Unconfirmed Transactions Pile Up in Another Crazy Day for Bitcoin Bulgarian Bankers Battle with Bitcoin Cryptocurrency exchanges, like their crypto-loving customers, have...

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