Biostar's B250 Motherboards Join The Race

By | January 19, 2017

Biostar announced the Racing B250GT5 and Racing B250GT3 motherboards as part of its “Racing” series. Similar to the company’s higher-end Z270 Racing boards, the new B250 Racing motherboards have RGB LED lights and 5050 LED headers. Both motherboards have two of the 5050 LED headers that will allow you to connect an LED light strip… Read More »

Facebook Temporarily 'Bans' RT After Presumed Technical Failure

By | January 19, 2017

Facebook temporarily banned the RT media outlet from posting images, videos, and links to articles on the social network. RT said the ban, which was originally supposed to run until the morning of January 21, resulted from a technical failure involving the company’s online streaming rights algorithms. The problem arose when RT live-streamed President Obama’s… Read More »

New Samsung security camera hacks show yet again why it’s important to have a good firewall

By | January 19, 2017

Samsung’s patch for the original exploit illustrated two typical problems. First, it broke LAN access to the cameras, so those relying on access for local recording and streaming suddenly found their cameras unusable after the firmware update. It was not lost on users that Samsung rolled out a fee-based cloud DVR service on exactly the same… Read More »

ProtonMail Over Tor Can Now Increase Privacy, Security, And Censorship Resilience

By | January 19, 2017

ProtonMail, one of the more popular end-to-end encrypted email services that have appeared post-Snowden revelations, launched its own .onion address (protonirockerxow.onion) that can resist DDoS attacks from governments or malicious hackers. The company said it’s expecting some governments to start censoring its main web address this year. ProtonMail’s End-to-End Encryption ProtonMail, a service started by… Read More »