Oh poor LinkedIn, at first your password hack attack back in 2012 was thought to have only been numbered at a scant 6 or so million passwords but it seems you guys got chomped for a lot more.
Those of you that still use LinkedIn should probably change them passwords if the site hasn’t already. Password resets are supposed to be going out for over 100+ million users who are thought to have compromised log in credentials. Again, even if they haven’t done so, you should do so. Can not be too safe anymore. Another thing that is a must is to turn on two step authentication, do it for every site you can.
The more infuriating deal with the mess is the [...]
Looks like someone just showed the vulnerability of Apple and posted it on their YouTube for the world to see. YouTube user Videosdebarraquito shows us all how that anyone with access to a locked iPhone 6S or 6S Plus can crack right into the contact list and photo albums. What the video below and get your fill…
Step by Step:Activate Siri, either with the home button or by saying “Hey Siri” Ask Siri to search Twitter When Siri asks what to search for, say “@gmail.com” or the second half of any other email address. When Siri produces the list of results, find a tweet with a full email address in it. Click the tweet and then, using the 3D [...]
If you have been on the Internet in the last week you have seen the battle between Apple and the FBI (Government) in regards to one of the terrorists from San Bernardino’s iPhones. Apple has been ordered to build a back door into their secure OS in order to access the info off of the device. Apple, with the tech world’s back has stood their ground in saying “No” as they feel it would lead to misuse of the key to millions of iPhones. Pretty much every tech company has voiced their opinion and support in the standing towards Apple and DHTG is right there with them as well.
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President Barack Obama has made a statement in regards to the Sony cyber attack. What we saw earlier was the FBI confirming North Korea’s involvement. He thought that although Sony has suffered damages, the company had made the wrong decision in cancelling the release of the movie The Interview.
“Sony is a corporation, it suffered significant damage… There were threats against its employees. I am sympathetic to the concerns that they faced. Having said all of that, yes, I think they made a mistake.”
Sony Pictures had made an announcement that would in turn remove The Interview from it’s December 25th release date — a [...]