You've completed a job interview for your dream job and now you're waiting with bated breath for a call back. What now? Should you sit by idly while you wait for a response? Definitely not. But you need to tread carefully when you follow up after an interview; you don't want to potentially annoy your interviewer and ruin your chances of landing that job. There's a fine line between being enthusiastic and being overly aggressive in getting an answer. Follow these simple post-interview tips to ensure you're putting your best foot forward.
Employers might be itching to bring on ethical hackers, but they won’t give you the time of day if you’re not sporting the right certification. Fortunately, the Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp is here to get your cybersecurity career online by helping you ace one of the industry’s hottest certification exams.
Cryptography is a massive subject, but one that's becoming increasingly important for the average web developer. While you probably don't need to know the intricate details of ciphers or Transport Layer Security (TLS), it can't hurt to be a least somewhat educated. Enter "Crypto 101" — an online, "pre-release" book that will guide you through both the basic and advanced concepts of cryptography.
Over one million Google accounts have been breached after a malware called Gooligan started spreading like wildfire through third-party Android app stores. Compromised accounts are then used to post fake ratings for malicious apps and to download adware onto infected devices. Even enterprise accounts have been affected. Here's how you can check if your Google account has been compromised.
There's a vulnerability that gives any user local admin privileges, equivalent to root on Linux, on Windows 10 machines through a command line interface. This can be done by holding down two keys while the operating system is updating. The bug gives access to a computer's hard drive even if it is encrypted with BitLocker. Here are the details.
Earlier last month we posted Google's five toughest interview questions. And boy were they tough.
They're so tough that Google's former CEO struggled to answer one.
CyberChef calls itself the "cyber Swiss Army knife". We'd have listed out more things this tool can do but we ran out of space in the headline. CyberChef carries around 150 operations that are useful for anybody who deals with data (that's a lot of people) but programmers and IT administrators would probably get the most out of the tool. Read on to find out more.
Ever since Apple dropped its latest MacBook Pro with a cool but mostly unnecessary Touch Bar, programmers have been jumping at the chance to make cool but mostly unnecessary apps to run on it. This new one does not break from that tradition but it does turn your MacBook Pro into Kitt from Knight Rider.
If you're a developer who want to start creating cross-platform mobile apps using Xamarin tools in Visual Studio, Microsoft has released a series of detailed videos that guide you through the process.
Cyber Mondays are generally associated with hordes of consumers snapping up electronics, fashion, homeware and other everyday items at heavily discounted prices. But IT professionals can score a bargain too, with a number of online learning portals slashing prices for courses ranging from coding to business skills. Whether you're an IT worker looking to upskill or just someone trying to get into the IT industry, here are a few Cyber Monday deals from learning portals you can sink your teeth into.
Cyber Monday has finally arrived, and the time is now to start saving on all things tech. To help get your savings off on the right foot, we’re bringing you three great deals on premium coding courses. Save an extra 25% on each of these already discounted courses when you enter the CYBER25 coupon code in checkout. And to view our entire selection of Cyber Monday deals, check out our store and browse away.