If you've spent any time online, you've probably run into someone who seems to want nothing more than to stir up trouble and make others miserable. What if a program could find and weed out these trolls?
Remember that crazy video you made with your friends years ago? Yes, you do, but you also wish it wasn't the first thing that pops up in a Google search of your name. Well, rejoice! There's a way to get it out of Google.
Viruses. Malware. Spyware. Add to the seemingly ever-growing list of things we have to worry about when dealing with computers one more factor: zero-day vulnerability. So just what the heck is it, and how does it put us at risk?
After attacks on U.S. companies, government entities and news organizations, a cybersecurity firm traced the hacks back to a single 12-story building on the outskirts of Shanghai. Why does this location raise more questions than answers?