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What do Chromium DNS hijacking tests show?

In an effort to find out if a network will hijack DNS queries, Google's Chrome browser and the like ...

DHS CISA: "Bug on Windows Server DNS to receive patch within 24 hours"

DHS CISA issued an emergency directive yesterday, instructing all US government agencies to develop, within 24 ...

Apple adds support for encrypted DNS

In a presentation at its developer conference this week, Apple announced that the upcoming versions of iOS and ...

The source code of the GhostDNS exploit kit leaked

Recently, the entire source code of the GhostDNS exploit kit was released on the internet. For those who do not know what ...

Cloudflare: Offers new DNS-based parental control service

Cloudflare today released '1.1.1.1 for Families', a DNS-based parental control service designed for ...

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COVID-19 vaccines: North Korea hacks drugs

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Drupal: Security updates to deal with exploits

The developers of the Drupal content management system (CMS) have released emergency security updates due to the availability of some exploits, which can put in ...

How to disable "Get even more out of Windows" in Windows 10

Does it bother you that "Get even more out of Windows" appears every time you update to Windows 10? May be...