The same advice parents might deliver to young drivers on their first solo journey applies to everyone who wants to navigate safely online. A special agent in our Cyber Division offered the following: – “Don’t drive in bad neighborhoods.” – “If you don’t lock your car, it’s vulnerable; if you… Read more »
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Rami Malek must have been on vacation the week that this episode of Mr. Robot was filmed, since Elliot makes absolutely no appearances during the entire episode, not even via flashback. Darlene is very violent th…
The Avast Mobile Team recently published an updated version of Avast Anti-Theft. Our app helps you locate and recover your lost or stolen mobile devices and it enables you to locate, lock, wipe and even sound an alarm on your phones by…
There weren’t many hacks on this week’s episode of Mr. Robot, but we finally got some answers! We know why Tyrell hasn’t shown up yet this season and where Elliot has really been this season!
Linux flaw affects about 1.4 billion Android devices
The newly discovered Linux flaw allows hackers to carry out attacks on Android users using a Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Downgrade Attack. In layman’s term…
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This week’s episode of Mr. Robot had an usual start, more unusual than usual. The episode begins with Elliot, Darlene and their parents in a 90s style sitcom. ALF makes an appearance, yes you read correctly, ALF, and he even runs over and kills Gideon! Gideon is, of course, not Gideon in this 90s episode, instead he is a cop who is looking for a family that has a person locked up in their trunk. Elliot’s family is the family that has someone locked up in their trunk — Tyrell! Vulture wrote a nice article explaining how this scene came to be and how this was Mr. Robot’s way of distracting Elliot from all of the pain he is in in real life.
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