Microsoft Confirmed a Data Breach Leaked 250 Million CSS Records

Microsoft Confirmed a Data Breach Leaked 250 Million CSS Records

Microsoft has confirmed that between December 5th-31st 2019, a misconfiguration of the security rules for (what ought to have been) an internal customer assist database left it exposed for anyone to access – no password required. According to researcher Bob Diachenko, who found the database was accessible to anybody capable of running a web browser, … Read more

Fios Gigabit Customers Will Be Eligible For Stadia Premiere Edition

Fios Gigabit Customers Will Be Eligible For Stadia Premiere Edition

Beginning on January 29th, Fios Gigabit customers will be eligible for Stadia Premiere Edition. The $129 worth features a White Stadia Controller, Chromecast Ultra, and three-months of Stadia Pro, which currently comprises five free games. After that period, the service costs $9.99 each month; however, a free Base tier is anticipated later this year. The … Read more

Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai Calls for More AI Regulation

Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai Calls for More AI Regulation

Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai takes his sweet time attending to the point in a new Financial Times editorial. However, when he gets there, he leaves little room for discussion: “…there is no question in my mind that artificial intelligence needs to be regulated. It’s too important not to.” After putting out his connection … Read more

FBI Has Seized Website Which Sells Data Breaches of Over 10,000 Private User Data

FBI Has Seized Website Which Sells Data Breaches of Over 10,000 Private User Data

Following an international operation, the FBI has seized and shut down a website known as WeLeakInfo that bought private user data from over 10,000 data breaches. As a part of the operation, police in the Netherlands and Northern Ireland arrested two 22-year old believed to be linked to the site. In the meantime, the FBI, … Read more

Microsoft Apparently Revamping Windows Product Icons

Microsoft Apparently Revamping Windows Product Icons

To completely revamp its product icons, again in December, Microsoft announced it’d start redesigning over 100 Windows product icons. The company has since then been working in the direction of revamping the Windows icons. And now, it seems that the company’s quite close to releasing them to the general public. Based on a Reddit user, … Read more

Google Is Apparently Working To Bring Steam to Chromebooks

Google Is Apparently Working To Bring Steam to Chromebooks

Google is reportedly working to bring Steam to Chromebooks. Kan Liu, director of product management for Google’s Chrome OS, shared the information with Android Police. Unfortunately, Liu didn’t reveal a timeline or share which games might be available. On Chromebooks, Steam would be enabled by Chrome OS’s Linux compatibility, Liu mentioned. Since Chrome OS is … Read more

New Updates on MacBook Pro Are Coming Soon

New Updates on MacBook Pro Are Coming Soon

Last year’s 16-inch MacBook Pro felt a bit like a return to form. Whereas the latest iteration of Apple’s flagship laptop didn’t deal with the love-it-or-hate-it Touch Bar and an annoying lack of connectivity, it did have a much better keyboard compared to previous models. The brand new MacBook Pro changed finicky butterfly switch keys … Read more

Department Of Homeland Security Warns To Update Firefox Users Their Browsers

Department Of Homeland Security Warns To Update Firefox Users Their Browsers

The Department of Homeland Security is pressing Firefox users to update their browsers. The rare warning was issued earlier this week after Mozilla launched two critical security updates. Based on the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the exploit could permit hackers to “take control of an affected system.” Mozilla is “aware of focused assaults … Read more