Adobe Systems Hit By Hackers and Source Code was Also Stolen

Hackers infiltrated the internal computer network of Adobe Systems, pilfering the personal data — including the encrypted credit or debit card numbers — of 2.9 million customers, the company has announced. The source code for numerous Adobe products was also stolen, seemingly by the same hackers. “Our investigation currently indicates that the attackers accessed Adobe […] Continue reading →

Education Advances into the Mobile Age

A Guest Blog The following is a guest post from Justin Herbert, an education professional. As such he is interested in how technology is affecting education. His post discusses using “Mobile Response Codes,” a term we’ve begun using internally to group the rapidly expanding print to web options; QRcodes, Microsoft Tags and [most importantly] digital […] Continue reading →

Grand Theft Auto V Download: Illuminati Symbolism Exposed In 2013′s Hottest Game

Gaming community is exploding with comments about secret society references in video game released yesterday Grand Theft Auto V, the most anticipated video game of 2013 and the latest entry in the popular “open world” crime series, is filled with obvious references to the Illuminati secret society. Skip to 1:25 for reference. Developed by British […] Continue reading →

How Just A Few Heroes Barely Saved the Internet from Being Hijacked: Beware SOPA 2.0

Ralph Benko Part1: Two years ago Hollywood, no kidding, masterminded a plot to, in effect, steal the Internet (by criminalizing certain conduct, booby trapping the Web in ways that few non-mega-corporations could cope with).  There are signs, as perceptively flagged by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, that the perps are back at it. We should care. This two-part […] Continue reading →

Google Chrome Lets Anybody See Your Passwords

One of the most popular features of Chrome is its ability to store passwords. That way they pop up automatically when you go to a function like email or Facebook. Elliot Kember, a software developer, discovered that anybody who clicks on the Chrome settings icon can see all of the passwords on that computer if he or she goes to […] Continue reading →