Pay per click ads (PPC) have a big problem: click fraud. Texas researchers find that a neutral party’s investigation could save Internet ads.
Does DNA store information in the same way that a computer stores data? Let’s compare the data storage in computers with the genetic code that translates DNA to RNA and amino acids.
The Clinton email server is going to the Justice Department. Has it been thoroughly wiped of all classified information, or is there still data available?
Shellshock -not a new bug, but it has the potential to affect millions of systems worldwide. Is your computer or server in danger from this vulnerability?
Nick Rubin, a self-taught programmer still in high school, wrote the Greenhouse app without ever taking a computer class. How difficult is coding, really?
Security officials have seized GOZeuS and CryptoLocker networks. You have time to scan your computer, but what if you don’t? (And what is a botnet, anyway?)
Do the latest changes to increase gmail security mean that your private emails are now safe from online snooping? The short answer is no.
The court struck down Net Neutrality once more: Does this mean the end of the Internet? If ISPs try to ruin ‘Online’ for everyone, are there other options?
Is the Bitcoin system vulnerable to hackers? The mining system is based on trust, but a dishonest ‘miner’ could bring the whole Bitcoin system down!