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Twitter can keep copies of your deleted DMs for years

Twitter might still have copies of your DMs saved in its system even if it's been years since you deactivated your account. Security researcher Karan Saini told TechCrunch that he found years-old messages in an archive of his Twitter data -- which you can request from Twitter itself under the Settings menu -- even if they were from accounts that had been deleted or suspended. The publication has...

Microsoft security chief outlines perils of continuing to use Internet Explorer

If you’ve found yourself using Internet Explorer in the past decade, the chances are that you’ve had others suggest that you move to a more efficient browser such as Chrome or Firefox. Security expert Chris Jackson is also urging individuals to stop using Internet Explorer, but what makes his stance interesting is that he currently holds the position as Microsoft’s Worldwide Lead for...

Microsoft shaking up how Windows feature updates are rolled out—again

Customers using Windows Update for Business will lose some ability to delay the deployment of each new Windows feature release once version 1903 goes live.When Microsoft first started delivering Windows 10 "as a Service" with a regular flow of feature updates, the company planned to have two release tracks: a "Current Branch" (CB) that was consumer-oriented and "Current Branch for Business" (CBB)...

mIRC 7.55 has been released! (February 8th 2019)

mIRC 7.55 has been released! (February 8th 2019) This version of mIRC is primarily a security release. mIRC users are advised to upgrade due to a security issue that may allow someone to trigger a remote code execution vulnerability in some situations. This issue affects all versions of mIRC. This update also includes changes and fixes to a number of...

FCC Faces Off in Net Neutrality Lawsuit Against Consumer Advocates and Internet Giants

Oral arguments began Friday in the case of Mozilla v. FCC, a lawsuit brought by a wide range of advocacy groups and trade organizations representing some of the nation’s largest internet companies, which all seek to vacate the vote to repeal net neutrality pushed through by the Federal Communications Commission in late 2017.At the heart of the case is the question of whether the FCC was within...

Google+ to shut down on April 2; users should back up data now

Google’s social media network, Google+, will officially shut down on April 2, the company announced this week. All Google+ accounts and pages will be shut down and deleted starting on April 2, Google said in a statement on Wednesday. Citing low usage and challenges to maintain a “successful product,” Google announced last year that it would be closing its social network...

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