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The Silk Road’s Dark-Web is No Longer in Existence

January 15, 2016 at 2:25 pm By

What was once the biggest online¬†black market for drug has now diminished to nothing. Rob Ulbricht was responsible for creating the market and he now faces a life in prison charge that will be pretty hard to evade. Meanwhile, the secret server that was used to hold all of the information has been locked away as evidence against Ulbricht and…

Web Design Trends to Consider

January 14, 2016 at 2:30 pm By

It seems as if the state of web design shifts pretty often in terms of trends used by designers who are looking to create the best possible site they can. Each year a new set of trends arise and shift as the year progresses. A new article is pointing out five trends to keep an eye on for this year…

Director of U.S. National Intelligence Targeted By Hackers

January 13, 2016 at 2:21 pm By

It’s no surprise that hackers are continuing their spree in 2016 but what is surprising are the targets they are choosing to go after. James Clapper, the director of U.S. National Intelligence is being targeted by hackers who are already claiming that they have compromised some of Clapper’s accounts.

Open Web Application Security Project Adds Secure Coding Bible

January 12, 2016 at 2:36 pm By

How many apps hit the marketplace only to be called out for a number of bugs and security flaws that the developer may have accidentally overlooked? It’s not always easy to see faults in something that you’ve been working on day and night but the Open Web Application Security Project has launched a secure coding bible that could help solves…

Time Warner Cable is Another Victim to Password Stealing Hackers

January 11, 2016 at 2:36 pm By

The hacking spree is continuing in 2016 and it’s doing so at a very rapid pace. Recently, Time Warner Cable has become another victim of password swiping hackers, which is now forcing the company to urge customers using the rr.com email addresses to change their password.

Is Mobile Design the Way For Small Businesses to Get Ahead?

January 8, 2016 at 2:44 pm By

It’s undeniable that while the majority of web browsing is being conducted via mobile devices. That can only mean that optimizing your business’ site for mobile browsing is the way to ensure more of a presence and chance of getting your name out there. Tech Co lists a few steps in doing so for small business owners and their developers/designers.

NFC Two-Factor Authentication Will Be Available For Mobile Devices

January 7, 2016 at 2:34 pm By

With the amount of leaked information and hacks that 2015 brought to the table it’s likely that companies are trying to increase their security measures ten-fold in 2016.¬†With CES comes a ton of tech gadgets and tools for the enthusiast to drool over, however, one of the most exciting tools could be a new two-factor authentication system for users that…

The Web Designer Responsible for Coldplay & Chemical Brothers Website

January 6, 2016 at 2:18 pm By

If you’re a fan of the band Coldplay and the EDM force that is the Chemical Brothers chances are you’ll be amazed by how interactive, colorful and wild the sites are. The man responsible for it Ryan McLeod runs his own design company by the name of Made by Slurpp and his most recent work for the musical acts happened…

Researchers Reveal Dangerous Xfinity Security System Flaws

January 5, 2016 at 2:19 pm By

Companies like Xfinity have been offering new ways to help their consumers feel safe at home. Xfinity’s Home Security System has been analyzed by security researchers and it looks like their system could potentially do the exact opposite, leaving homeowners vulnerable instead of protected.

Java Developers Have Bigger Paychecks Than Other Code Languages

January 4, 2016 at 2:22 pm By

New research coming out of the UK is showing that developers who use the Java code language have the highest average salary among other programming language. The report was released by Emolument and surveyed 1.500 developers in eight countries, according Channel Web.