As Bitcoin surpasses 10,000$ for the first time its history, research estimates that Bitcoin Farms consumed more power/electricity than 159 individual countries did in 2017.
Month: November 2017
Leaked documents implicate the Shell Oil corporation to multiple crimes in the oil rich region of Ogoniland, Nigeria dating back to the early 1990’s. Dutch prosecutors have already agreed to open a full investigation.
Breaking down the idea that the US Military has switched 100% of their systems over to Windows 10, even though Linux operating systems can make Microsoft products more secure than Windows can.
Last week IBM, Packets Clearing House and the Global Cyber Alliance introduced a new DNS hosting service unlike any other, entitled Quad9 and designed solely with user security in mind.
Its been said that social media is slowly deteriorating society. Here is new research exposing how social media is negatively impacting the minds of young women living in our digital age.
New research indicates that hundreds of the worlds most popular websites secretly record everything you do online, from passwords to mouse movements and everything in between, then transmit this data back to companies without encryption, leaving your information vulnerable to hijacking.
For those of you whom think that Anonymous is just a random group of computer hackers, here is a look at one of “the groups” largest and longest running operations – #OpSafeWinter – as well as some of the great things people have accomplished through it in the past.
After “endorsing” an outspoken white supremacist with a verification badge the other week, Twitter has completely shut down their verification application process altogether as the company drafts a new internal policy. Here is what we know so far.
A comprehensive look at the global cyber landscape over the course of the last year and a half.