Top Stories Security
- How To Skip The Line And Manually Update Your Nexus Device
- How To Block All The Companies Tracking You On Facebook
- What Windows 10's 'Privacy Nightmare' Settings Actually Do
- How To Survive A Browser Hijack
- Five Common Granny Scams (And How To Avoid Them)
- How To Configure Windows 10 To Protect Your Privacy
Last week, a pretty nasty Android security vulnerability was discovered, leaving most folks wondering if their devices would ever get fixed. Now, Google and Samsung have announced a new program that will roll out security updates every month.
There’s yet another Android flaw to contend with following the Stagefright Bug. This one can totally brick an Android phone, and as yet, there’s no fix.
Push sticks are a must for table saw safety. They keep your hands and fingers off the wood to be cut, and away from the spinning blade. You can make your own push stick that will hold your material in place and perform better than any store-bought one.
You won’t find Ashley Madison on any collections of Lifehacker recommendations (except maybe for Evil Week). However, the site aimed at helping people in existing relationships have an affair has been hacked, with 37 million users’ data stolen. Worse yet, that data’s currently being held for ransom.
Browser hijacking is fast-becoming an all-too-common scenario. But how do you know if it’s happened to you? Maybe your browser is behaving oddly or perhaps your homepage is suddenly different (and you’ve never seen the website before). If you ever find yourself in this alarming scenario, these tips will help you to remove the threat.