• Chipotle email marketing hacked to send phishing emails By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    CHIPOTLE EMAIL MARKETING HACKED TO SEND PHISHING EMAILS

    Cybercriminals recently sent at least 120 malicious emails after gaining access to an email marketing account used by Chipotle.

  • Google's plan to make advertising less invasive hits another roadblock By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    GOOGLE'S PLAN TO MAKE ADVERTISING LESS INVASIVE HITS ANOTHER ROADBLOCK

    A recently discovered one-bit leak issue in Google's FLEDGE could be exploited to track users across different websites.

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  • Discord once again found to be hosting malware payloads By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    DISCORD ONCE AGAIN FOUND TO BE HOSTING MALWARE PAYLOADS

    A new HTML smuggling campaign delivers malware hosted on the popular Discord messaging platform.

  • Patch this WordPress plugin bug, thousands of site owners warned By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    PATCH THIS WORDPRESS PLUGIN BUG, THOUSANDS OF SITE OWNERS WARNED

    Wordfence has discovered two vulnerabilities in the WordPress Download Manager plugin which have now been patched.

  • Samsung Cloud deadline: Migrate your files now By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    SAMSUNG CLOUD DEADLINE: MIGRATE YOUR FILES NOW

    Many Samsung smartphone owners will need to shift their data to OneDrive by the end of the day.

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  • Five common misperceptions about business cyberattacks By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    FIVE COMMON MISPERCEPTIONS ABOUT BUSINESS CYBERATTACKS

    Its easy to think "it'll never happen to us", but those decision makers are counting the costs now.

  • Amazon is being fined nearly $1bn fine over data storage breach By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    AMAZON IS BEING FINED NEARLY $1BN FINE OVER DATA STORAGE BREACH

    Luxembourg's CNPD has hit Amazon with a $888m fine for violating GDPR but the company plans to appeal the decision.

  • Intel's high-end gaming GPU could launch at CES 2022 By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    INTEL'S HIGH-END GAMING GPU COULD LAUNCH AT CES 2022

    Leak from China suggests that DG2 graphics card will be available to buy next January.

  • Why e-commerce remains top of the agenda for Fasthosts By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    WHY E-COMMERCE REMAINS TOP OF THE AGENDA FOR FASTHOSTS

    One month into the launch of Fasthosts' e-commerce website builder, the company reveals what's next.

  • Team Liquid's Alienware training facility is out of this world - and more are on the way By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    TEAM LIQUID'S ALIENWARE TRAINING FACILITY IS OUT OF THIS WORLD - AND MORE ARE ON THE WAY

    We interviewed Team Liquid's Jason Lucas Luijckx about their new European HQ, the future of esports and more.

  • Microsoft urges Windows 11 users to switch to the beta - but there are already problems By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    MICROSOFT URGES WINDOWS 11 USERS TO SWITCH TO THE BETA - BUT THERE ARE ALREADY PROBLEMS

    Microsoft wants people to move from the Dev Channel to the new Beta Channel, but some users are already reporting problems.

    Windows
  • Skype for Business is retiring this weekend - here's what you need to know By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    SKYPE FOR BUSINESS IS RETIRING THIS WEEKEND - HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    Microsoft Teams and Windows 11 take over as we wave goodbye to Skype for Business.

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  • Windows 11 beta improves Microsoft Store - but is it enough? By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    WINDOWS 11 BETA IMPROVES MICROSOFT STORE - BUT IS IT ENOUGH?

    Microsoft has updated the new store in Windows 11 with better user interface fixes and improvements.

    Windows
  • How Salesforce's new CEO for UK & Ireland wants to help the region bounce back By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    HOW SALESFORCE'S NEW CEO FOR UK & IRELAND WANTS TO HELP THE REGION BOUNCE BACK

    'Salesforce economy' can help the UK & Ireland recover from the pandemic.

  • 7 reasons you still need a business phone system By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    7 REASONS YOU STILL NEED A BUSINESS PHONE SYSTEM

    Business phone systems are as relevant today as they've ever been and offer some useful advantages over consumer phone lines.

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  • Microsoft Teams reveals it will automatically delete your old calls - if you let it By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    MICROSOFT TEAMS REVEALS IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY DELETE YOUR OLD CALLS - IF YOU LET IT

    Recordings of Microsoft Teams calls will be deleted after 60 days - if you don't need them.

  • Massive Snapchat crash is still locking out users, despite official 'fix' By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    MASSIVE SNAPCHAT CRASH IS STILL LOCKING OUT USERS, DESPITE OFFICIAL 'FIX'

    Social media app Snapchat was hit by a massive outage over July 29 - but despite the issue being fixed, users are still experiencing...

  • By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    WHY TRESORIT'S END-TO-END ENCRYPTION IS CRUCIAL FOR YOUR BUSINESS

    A perimeter-based approach to cybersecurity is no longer enough. In an era defined by distributed work, you need to protect your data...

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 is fixing one of the most annoying issues for developers By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO 2022 IS FIXING ONE OF THE MOST ANNOYING ISSUES FOR DEVELOPERS

    Microsoft has added several new features to Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 including a brand-new Hot Reload experience.

  • IPad Air 5 could make the iPad Pro 11 (2021) almost irrelevant By TechRadar   -   Sep 25, 2021

    IPAD AIR 5 COULD MAKE THE IPAD PRO 11 (2021) ALMOST IRRELEVANT

    A leak suggests that the iPad Air 5 will be very similar to the iPad Pro 11 (2021), yet it's sure to cost a lot less.

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