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Biggest Data Breach in History For Yahoo

As if the data breach of 500 million users’ accounts in 2014 wasn’t bad enough, Yahoo has just discovered that it was the subject of the biggest data breach in history when back in 2013 more than one billion user accounts were compromised!

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BT Broadband Christmas No.1 For Complaints Says Ofcom

BT Broadband has the dubious honour of making it to the Christmas no.1 spot…for customer complaints. Figures from Ofcom the 3rd quarter of 2016 make grim reading for BT and for other Broadband companies that it owns.

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Blockchain’s Introduction in Dubai Could Help to Transform the Middle East

Dubai’s commitment to putting all its documents on Blockchain’s shared open database system by 2020 could help to cut through Middle Eastern bureaucracy, speed up civic transactions and processes, and could help bring positive transformation to the whole region.

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Could Your Smart IoT Christmas Present Be a Future Trojan Horse?

With the massive amounts of household, leisure items and toys that have a ‘smart’ element to them, could any of the IoT presents that you receive or give this Christmas be taken over and used by hackers in 2017?

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Tech Tip – Create PDFs Easily in Windows 10

Converting different types of documents to PDF format usually involves installing a third-party PDF tool to carry out these conversions. With Windows 10 however there is a built-in PDF creation feature as a print option.

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