Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Tablet (2017) does little to differentiate itself from the company’s first-generation X1 Tablet,  and we’re generally okay with that. Lenovo kept what we liked most—the comfy kickstand, fingerprint reader, and modular accessories—but upgraded the new 12-inch ThinkPad X1 Tablet with an Intel Kaby Lake chip to bring it in line with the competition.  The ThinkPad brand is equated with no-nonsense business machines, and the X1 Tablet offers a host of useful checkbox items like front  and rear cameras, an SD card slot, and the traditional TrackPoint nubbin, which should appeal to ThinkPad fans.

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Monday review – Adobe botches, Apache bleeds and Equifax blunders

by AdwareSpywareRemoval on September 25, 2017

From Apache bleeding to Equifax shooting itself in the foot.

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Apple Introduces FaceID a New iPhone X Technology

September 25, 2017

  The most sophisticated handset iPhone X has a new feature called FaceID which Apple announced during its event on September 12, 2017. This mechanism involving biometrics scrutinizes, detects and confirms attacks so that the phones can be unlocked.

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Websites of Ryan International School Hacked

September 25, 2017

  On Wednesday, many websites connected to the Ryan International group were hacked.   … Read the rest of: Websites of Ryan International School Hacked

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Intel Core i9 review: The fastest consumer CPU prepares for Ryzen war

September 25, 2017

Intel. Strikes. Back. The massive 18-core Core i9-7980X and 16-core Core i8-7960X are the chipmaker’s response to AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper, which has been eating Intel’s lunch for many months

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Hacker who Infiltrated American Military Systems gets Sentenced

September 25, 2017

  Suttong Coldfield based Sean Caffrey pleaded guilty to a crime within the purview of Computer Misuse Act during June while facing Birmingham Crown Court following which the jury sentenced him with imprisonment for 18 months along with an 18-month suspension. Caffrey, aged 25, a British resident and PC-hacker acquired illegitimate admission into data stored on the communication systems of U.S. military

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Intel launches 8th-gen Core desktop chips, claims the Core i7-8700K is its best gaming chip ever

September 25, 2017

Intel pushed further ahead into its 8th-generation Core series with the launch of its mainstream desktop chips Sunday night, including the 6-core/12-thread Core i7-8700K, which Intel claims is its best gaming chip ever. Intel also beefed up its Core i5 family with 6-core parts, as well as its first quad-core Core i3.

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Intel launches 8th-gen Core desktop chips, claims new Core i7-8700K is its best gaming chip ever

September 25, 2017

Intel pushed further ahead into its 8th-generation Core series with the launch of its mainstream desktop chips on Sunday night, including the 6-core/12-thread Core i7-8700K, which Intel claims is its best gaming chip ever. Intel also beefed up its Core i5 family with 6-core parts, as well as its first quad-core Core i3. Orders for the Intel’s new Core desktop chips will begin on Oct

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Confirmed: Radeon RX Vega won’t get 4-way multi-GPU support in games

September 24, 2017

On Thursday, AMD released Radeon Software 17.9.2, a driver that unlocks 2-way multi-GPU support in the company’s newly released Radeon RX Vega graphics cards . Great! But also weird. Previous Radeon generations supported up to 4-way CrossFire configurations.

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Comment on [Solved] “Saving changes is not permitted” on SQL Server Management Studio by passak ghorbani

September 24, 2017

thank you . i have change it but i cannot commit my changes and save that ,!!!

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Fall is here, don’t fall victim to ransomware

September 24, 2017

The leaves are changing, the sun is setting sooner, the wind is getting cooler and you’re probably grabbing the sweaters from the other closet. However, ransomware has never been hotter! Fall is officially upon us in the Northern hemisphere. With the days becoming shorter, the darkness descending hours earlier and the temperatures dropping, you might not … The post Fall is here, don’t fall victim to ransomware appeared first on ZoneAlarm Security Blog .

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Avast now protects Aircel mobile customers

September 23, 2017

At Mobile World Congress Americas last week, we unveiled our new collaboration with Aircel Limited Partners to provide Avast Mobile Security to the Indian network’s 85 million subscribers. Over seventy-five percent of India’s mobile users rely on smartphones as their primary internet source; and at a time when mobile threats are increasing on a worldwide scale , Aircel realized the necessity of safeguarding their customer’s personal information and privacy.

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Adobe security team posts public key – together with private key

September 23, 2017

If you generate an encryption keypair and you get a public key and a private key, which one do you think you should keep to yourself?

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New tool that displays system counters for every network interface on your system

September 22, 2017

NetworkCountersWatch is a new tool for Windows that displays system counters for every network interface on your system. The system counters include the number of incoming/outgoing bytes, number of incoming/outgoing packets, number of broadcast packets, and more

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Easy fixes for six common laptop problems

September 22, 2017

We live and work in a cold, cruel world where our laptops can take a lot of abuse. Regardless of how gentle we try to be, our notebooks will probably be dropped, spilled upon or worse—sooner, if not later. But if you think that all notebook damage can be repaired only by the manufacturer or a computer shop, think again.

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Intel kills its standalone Project Alloy VR headset, as PC-powered VR wins out

September 22, 2017

Intel has decided to halt development on its Project Alloy standalone VR headset, executives said, as a standalone headset proved to be no match for PC-powered VR. In August 2016, Intel launched Project Alloy in conjunction with Microsoft, as one of the first instances of making the technology behind virtual reality into an open-source platform, sort of like the PC. But Intel decided not to go forward with the project for two reasons, according to Kim Pallister, the director of the Virtual Reality Center of Excellence at Intel: lack of customer interest, and a discovery that a self-contained headset just didn’t offer the performance of a PC that could be plugged into a wall. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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AMD Radeon phases out the CrossFire brand as multi-GPU gets more complicated

September 22, 2017

When AMD released the Radeon Software 17.9.2 drivers that enabled support for multi-GPU solutions in Radeon RX Vega cards this morning, the announcement post didn’t mention CrossFire—AMD’s longstanding brand for multi-GPU (mGPU) solutions—a single time. An AMD representative revealed why in response to a PCWorld query: In this complicated mGPU age, Radeon is abandoning the CrossFire brand. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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Tracking phones without a warrant ruled unconstitutional

September 22, 2017

‘Stingray use without a warrant violates 4th Amendment’

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Track.aptitudemedia.co

September 22, 2017

Track.aptitudemedia.co is known to be a browser hijacker rooting from the aptitudemedia.co site making pop-up message claims of your system being infected or having certain issues. The pop-ups displayed through Track.aptitudemedia.co may offer a toll-free number to call for supposedly fixing the issues that it initially relays.

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Nationalprizepickups.club

September 22, 2017

Nationalprizepickups.club is a browser hijacker that is known for displaying annoying popup messages. Usually, the Nationalprizepickups.club pop-ups are ones that claim to give out a free gift after following a set of instructions or taking a survey. While much of the Nationalprizepickups.club pop-ups appear to be enticing to most, some of them are bogus winnings or supposed gifts. Computer users who encounter Nationalprizepickups.club will want to discontinue use of the site

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