The serious and surprising root security bug in macOS High Sierra is back for some users, shortly after Apple declared it fixed.
When you set up a new Wi-Fi network, you’re probably conditioned by now to check the “WPA2” box. You may not specifically know when or why someone advised you to do this, but it was solid advice. Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 is the current industry standard that encrypts traffic on Wi-Fi networks to thwart eavesdroppers. And since it’s been the secure option since 2004, WPA2 networks are absolutely everywhere. They’re also, it turns out, vulnerable to cryptographic attack.
If you’re disappointed with the line-up of games included in the SNES Classic Mini, there is good news for you. Someone who managed to get their hands on a console a little early has managed to hack it.
The Bitcoin infrastructure has grown significantly, and owning some Bitcoins today can turn out to be pretty useful tomorrow. Owing to this, a number of retailers offer discounts for purchases made with this digital currency. There are even hybrid financial platforms which combine digital and traditional currencies to create essentially global banking accounts.
VeraCrypt, the successor of TrueCrypt, is a free, multi-platform, on-the-fly encryption program similar to the Microsoft‘s BitLocker. The former, surprisingly, works on various platforms including Windows, MacOS, Linux and Raspbian, unlike the latter.