It would be a stretch to say that iOS 7.1 made the iPhone 4 feel fast, but the update improved the phone's performance as much as could reasonably be expected for then-three-and-a-half-year-old hardware. It took what had been a disappointing update and made it usable.
Four months after Singapore’s first privacy protection laws came into effect, the chief counsel to the nation's Personal Data Protection Commission concedes there is “still a fair amount of work to do” to get the business community up to date with the demands of the new regime.
It’s easy to setup and use; as of August 2014 there had been over 10 million user installs that resulted in 80 petabytes of data transferred. In fact, many folks are using network-attached storage (NAS) systems and BitTorrent Sync “to create a secure, easy-to-manage private cloud that is free of subscription fees.”
Members of the hacker collective Anonymous are targeting the Ku Klux Klan after the designated hate group reportedly threatened protesters in Ferguson, Missouri. The hackers claim to have seized two KKK Twitter accounts and say that they have launched denial-of-service attacks against a number of white supremacist websites affiliated with the Klan. The group has also publicized personal information allegedly belonging to KKK members.
Scammers routinely try to take advantage of humanitarian disasters to get people to open phishing emails, or to donate money to fake organizations.
This month, they combined the two approaches, sending out approximately 700,000 spam emails asking people to donate money to fight Ebola through an Indiegogo fundraiser, according to a report by Silicon Valley-based security firm Barracuda Networks, Inc.