August 14, 2018 / by / Tech News / No Comments

Nvidia unveils Turing architecture and GPUs with dedicated ray-tracing hardware

Creators called it “world’s first ray-tracing GPU”. Nvidia has unveiled its new Turing architecture along with details of the first GPUs to use it. Turing includes dedicated “RT Core” hardware designed to drive ray tracing, a complex technique that can deliver extremely realistic lighting effects but has been prohibitively resource-intensive to render in real time. […]

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August 10, 2018 / by / Coupons / No Comments

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August 10, 2018 / by / Security tips / No Comments

8 Signs Your PC Might Be a Botnet and How To Remove It

Botnet attacks have been around for a long time but are becoming increasingly more sophisticated. So far in past years, there have been several high-profile cases that illustrate the power of botnets. Through the global ‘Pony’ botnet attack, for instance, criminals stole about $220,000 in bitcoins and other digital currencies. And a large botnet recently […]

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August 8, 2018 / by / Tech News / No Comments

Aussie millennials prefer convenience to security, according to new study

Unfortunately, it’s not just about Australian young generation as it extends to the global level. Security isn’t the priority for millennials and this can lead to horrible consequences in future. While many Australians are quite concerned with their online security in the digital age, a new Curve of Convenience report from F5 Networks has revealed […]

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August 7, 2018 / by / Security tips / No Comments

How to clean space on your Windows computer?

Nothing is more annoying than receiving a notification about your device’s storage being full. You delete some software, your favourite music, some memorable pictures but, still the storage seems to remain full. It is definitely a hair pulling moment. But, you can solve this problem on your Windows by following the easy steps given below. […]

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August 2, 2018 / by / Security tips / No Comments

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August 1, 2018 / by / Tech News / No Comments

AI can deliver ‘faster better cheaper’ cybersecurity

The new era of cybersecurity is coming. Artificial intelligence can completely change the situation even in this field. There are “significant challenges” in commercialising artificial intelligence (AI) techniques in cybersecurity, according to Simon Ractliffe, head of cybersecurity at Singtel Optus. “This capability holds the best opportunity for us, in terms of detection and response, but […]

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July 31, 2018 / by / Tech News / No Comments

This new cryptomining malware targets business PCs and servers

Check this article to secure your business. Forewarned is forearmed. Cryptojacking malware: Research shows crooks are making big money A new form of cryptocurrency-mining malware is targeting corporate networks across the world, employing a combination of PowerShell and EternalBlue to stealthily spread. Source: This new cryptomining malware targets business PCs and servers

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July 27, 2018 / by / How To, Security tips / No Comments

How can you enhance the security of your browser?

Which is the most secure Web browser? Google Chrome? Mozilla Firefox? Microsoft’s Edge? It’s a simple question but the answer is quite complicated. Five years back a poll was carried out and results shows security-conscious browser users overwhelmingly voted Firefox as the most secure. But during the annual Pwn2own hacking contest in March 2014, Firefox […]

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July 23, 2018 / by / Tech News / No Comments

Singapore hit with cyberattack that affects 1.5 million people including prime minister

The biggest cyberattack in Singapore’s history targets nearly half of citizens. In what has been called “the most serious breach of personal data” in the country’s history, Singapore was hit with a devastating cyberattack that targeted the personal health profiles of 1.5 million people , including Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong himself. Source: Singapore hit […]

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