Intel Processors Have Been Plagued By Security Flaw For More Than A Decade

For more than a decade, computer processors made by Intel contained a major security flaw that could allow malicious programs to gain access to vital and protected parts of a machine’s kernel memory, the Register reported. The issue has been kept under wraps for months as programmers have worked to fix the flaw before it could… Please follow and like us:

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How to convert any file to any format

Organize your work your way. Put your files in the formats you need. David Nield/Popular Science A file’s format—the way that it’s saved and encoded—determines what you can do with it and which programs can open it. (You can check its format by looking at the file name’s extension.) Think of each format like a different… Please follow and like us:

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Tor Browser Flaw Accidentally Revealed Real IP Address Of Users

Users of the popular, privacy-focused Tor Browser may not have enjoyed the level of anonymity they expected out of the anonymous web browser. A flaw was recently discovered in the Tor Browser, which may have leaked the real IP addresses of users. The vulnerability affects Tor users operating on Apple’s desktop macOS operating system and Linux.… Please follow and like us:

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Five essential Dropbox tools you might be missing

Get more out of the app. Dig deeper into Dropbox and reap the benefits. David Nield/Popular Science Since its launch in 2007, Dropbox has become a leading product for fast and efficient file syncing between computers and the cloud. You can use it to keep files up-to-date across multiple computers, collaborate on work with other people,… Please follow and like us:

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