Congratulations, Apple unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you’ve probably heard about Flashback, a malware targeting users of Apple Mac OS X.
You can tell a lot about a person just by listening to them.
More than 600,000 Macs have been infected with a new version of the Flashback Trojan horse that’s being installed on people’s computers with the help of Java exploits, security researchers from Russian antivirus vendor Doctor Web said on Wednesday.
Flashback is a family of Mac OS malware that appeared in September 2011. Older Flashback versions relied on social engineering tricks to infect computers, but the latest variants are distributed via Java exploits that don’t require user interaction.
With the third-gen iPod released, speculators’ attention is turning again to iPhone rumors — and missing the deeper shift
Here we go again. The iPhone 5 will have a large screen more like that of the Android flagship. I predict that the iPhone 4S is the last numbered iPhone. And the next model will simply be the iPhone.
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Who needs long, archaic passwords full of letters, numbers, and characters when you can just circle a picture of your cat’s head to log into your operating system? Sound silly? Well, it’s a new feature Microsoft is building into Windows 8 to supplement the ordinary text passwords that we’ve all been using on our desktops for countless numbers of years. And whether you’re smearing your finger across the touchscreen of your desktop PC or drawing circles with your trusty mouse cursor, the picture password promises increased speed and security…
Uninstall Windows 8 using the Boot Option in msconfig. 1. Type msconfig in start search and hit Enter. 2. System Configuration box will open up. Navigate to the Boot Tab and select Windows Developer Preview. Next click on Delete. 3. Click on Apply button and then finally click on OK. 4. Now, you just have to format the partition where you had installed Windows 8 Developer Preview and then you can get your disk space back. To do so, Open Computer folder and right-click the drive on which…