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Tviso, the next generation TV guide, launches in UK

One central hub to discover and access movies, series and programmes from Netflix, iTunes, Sky Go, Channel 4 and the BBCTviso allows its users...

Apple will move its entire international iTunes business to Ireland

(credit: Steve Rhodes) Apple is moving its international iTunes business assets from Luxembourg to Ireland at the start of next month. From February 5,...

Shavlik and AppSense survey: Security and patch management remain major concerns...

Patch and security management take over 8 hours per month for over two-thirds of the companiesLondon, UK - January, 16 2017 - Shavlik, a...

iPhone hacking biz Cellebrite hacked

Database pwned, cyber-forensics outfit admits The Israeli company that found fame when it was fingered as a potential source of hacking software used by the...

Malware Uses DoS Attack In Attempt To Crash Macs

The malware opens emails until the system crashes. Image: Malwarebytes A tech support scam is targeting Mac users with unusual malware which tries to crash the...

Apple pulls New York Times apps from Chinese App Store by...

Enlarge / The iOS version of The New York Times app.Andrew Cunningham reader comments 28 Share this story Citing local Chinese regulations, Apple...

VU#475907: ShoreTel Mobility Client mobile application does not verify SSL certificates

Vulnerability Note VU#475907 ShoreTel Mobility Client mobile application does not verify SSL certificates Original Release date: 03 Jan 2017 | Last revised: 08 Feb...

Living in Glass Houses

The Glass Room is a collection of art pieces designed to make you think of how you're selling yourself. The National Security Agency can read...

Reschedule the holiday party, Patch Tuesday is here and it’s a...

Apple, Microsoft, and Adobe all have fixes galore to test and install Security patches for Windows, macOS, iOS and other Apple firmware, and a host...

Security researcher Morgan Marquis-Boire explains “data contraception”

reader comments 12 Share this story For the eighth episode of Ars Technica Live, we're joined by security researcher Morgan Marquis-Boire. Ars...

England expects… you to patch your apps and not just Windows

We're getting better at fixing Microsoft's OS but not so much with applications Brits are getting better at patching Windows on their personal computers but...

New Secunia Research at Flexera Software Country Report: Windows Operating Systems...

Microsoft® Windows OS vulnerabilities appear to be stabilising after year-long decrease, while non-Windows application vulnerabilities still on the riseMaidenhead, U.K. – 01 November, 2016...