Phone Authentication Made Easy With TeleSign

Security is one of the most important things that can be focused on and leveraged within any company. TeleSign offers many different products that are set utilize your phone to assist in the continuing fight against fraud, specializing in phone authentication. All of their products are fully designed to focus on scalability, deliverability, and reliability.  They specialize …

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How To Change Your Boot Order in BIOS

Need to change the boot order on your computer? From time to time, we need to make sure our computers are booting from a source that is not our internal drive. This could be a recovery disc, a USB install of another OS, or even running another utility. Your computers BIOS may not be set …

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Win a Copy of the Windows Password Recovery Tool

There are a number of reasons you may need a tool or utility to recover and/or reset a password for Windows, whether it’s because you bought a computer and the person forgot to remove the password, you are doing repair on a computer, or you just haven’t used the specific computer in a long time …

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Apple Device IDs Hacked by Anonymous

  It appears Anonymous and/or Anonymous related teams are at it again. This time over 12 million Apple iPhone and iPad device identifiers from an FBI computer have been stolen. Specifically the AntiSec project, which is a joint project consisting of Anonymous and LulzSec members, are the ones behind it. An anonymous poster on Pastebin …

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OUYA: The Next Evolution In Gaming

  With rumors regarding the new X-Box “720” and the Playstation 4 popping up left and right, a bold move has been made. And it wasn’t made by one of the big box companies! A new product is on its way and is claiming “It’s time to upend console gaming.” I am referring, of course, …

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Rumor: Samsung Android Galaxy Camera

It’s been an interesting time for Samsung. First, Samsung has helped skyrocket Android to a 61% market share, with 40% of these phones being from Samsung alone. And of course, there are the recent series of legal decisions being made in Korea and here in the US. It’s time for them to make waves again. …

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Mac OS X Targeted By Malware Attack

Some people over the years have been convinced to buy Apple products and computers solely because they think they are invulnerable to viruses, malware, spyware, etc.  Most of us in the know have learned and just plain know better. For those lulled in to a false sense of security that comes with that glowing apple …

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YouTube Now Using Real Names For Comments

Google has been making some big changes to YouTube recently. Some hate it, some love it. A huge one that is sure to get mixed reviews is their newest policy or wanting you to use your real name when posting comments to YouTube. Their theory? If you are held more accountable for your posts and …

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Is Facebook Reading Your Messages?

Recent reports have come to light letting us know Facebook is actually monitoring your chats and messages. You may think this is some move out of a B-rate cyber thriller or political blockbuster, but it’s not. Facebook and other social media sites are screening and monitoring your messages and chats using software that is reminiscent …

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