I got an email that was pretty well put together but was still fake. This video helps you find out how to spot the frauds that land in your inbox. Simple and safe. Continue reading Tech Tip : Finding the clues that expose fake emails
Yahoo has recently confirmed that a hack including names, email addresses, telephone numbers and encrypted passwords has compromised at least half a billion users of Yahoo services. Continue reading Confirmed : 500 Million Yahoo accounts breached.
I spend 10 minutes with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, I am caught up in email fraud and Dutch Police establish an anti-drone “wing”. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 19/9/2016
I have been implicated as a part of a scam. A fraudulent invoice has been generated in my name and is demanding payment. It is very important to pay attention to this post to avoid falling victim to this increasingly common scam. Continue reading It had to happen one day.
Apple’s next gen Phone and watch, Note 7 global recall continues a look inside the Intellibus. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 12/9/2016
Perth has Australia’s first fully autonomous bus, Samsung Galaxy Note 7 global recall and Dropbox breach confirmed. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 5/9/2016
Back in 2012, Dropbox was compromised and user data was extracted from the popular cloud storage site. Continue reading Confirmed : Dropbox has been hacked.
A recent report from The West has labelled Perth as a broadband wasteland with some pretty damning results. Continue reading Your internet speed : What can you do?
Near Future tech stories this week include Mars simulations, Drones delivering Pizza and Autonomous Taxis in Singapore. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 29/8/2016
This week, we dissect the cadaver of #censusfail, watch blockers unblock blocker blockers and find out why you key might not be enough to lock your car. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 15/8/2016
I would not trust today’s ABS with a pocket calculator let alone my own personal data given the way their biggest project to date has gone.
Continue reading The ABS #censusfail: Gazing into chaos.
There is no evidence at this time that the IT systems came under significant attack using resources available to me and I am still yet to see industry analysis supporting any claims of DDoS or other cyberattack. Continue reading #Census2016 What the hell?
On a week that saw the first public website launch 25 years ago, we learn about IBM’s Doc Watson, an old security flaw in Windows and a flaw in Samsung Pay. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 8/8/2016
I review the Telstra Signature Premium, NBN rollout cracks 1 million subscribers, Nick Xeonophon takes aim at first person shooters. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 1/8/2016
Telstra takes a shot at the mid-range smartphone market with the Signature Premium. Is it a hit or miss? Continue reading Review : Telstra Signature Premium
Nintendo Mini, Federal Regulators : Industry cannot wait for perfect automation, Windows 10 free upgrade ends in 6 days. Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 25/7/2016
Pokemon Go security questions addressed, new password sniffing tool puts reused passwords at risk, is electronic voting possible? Continue reading Tech News Roundup 18/7/2016
There has been opposition to it but I think there is an answer sitting right in front of us that addresses most concerns. Continue reading Electronic Voting in Australia?
Let’s address the elephant in the room. Facebook getting into the Telco game? Want to see the code that took man to the moon? Continue reading Weekly News Roundup 11/7/2016