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Doordash’s Latest Data Breach: How to Protect Yourself

Doordash is the latest of the “services you probably use, or at least have an account with” companies to suffer a large data breach. And while your passwords likely haven’t been compromised, it’s possible that your physical address is floating around in the Internet somewhere, among other identifying information.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Don’t Download the Latest Fortnite Aimbot—It’s Malware

I’m terrible at Fortnite—so much so, that even using some kind of aimbot or other hack to “improve” my matches would probably only make me as decent as a regular Fortnite player. Still, I won’t be trying out any Fortnite hacks I find online, especially the latest “SydneyFortniteHacks.exe,” because it’s more likely to…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Jailbreak Your iOS 12.4 iPhone or iPad

Jailbreaking your iPhone—removing Apple’s restrictions that prevent you from installing any apps on your device that you want or messing with settings Apple otherwise locks down—isn’t for everyone. It can be a risky process to begin with, and doing it voids your warranty, but it’s a great way to extend the life of an…Read more… […]

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How to Get Back Your Spotify Home Screen Widget on Android

As a longtime Spotify user, I grab my digital pitchfork and join the masses of Android users who are pissed off about the latest Spotify update, which removes the Android home screen widget that made it incredibly useful to play and pause songs from your smartphone’s screens.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Get Back Your Spotify Home Screen Widget on Android

As a longtime Spotify user, I grab my digital pitchfork and join the masses of Android users who are pissed off about the latest Spotify update, which removes the Android home screen widget that made it incredibly useful to play and pause songs from your smartphone’s screens.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Has Capital One Notified You About Its Data Breach?

If you’re a Capital One customer, odds are good that you’re probably wrapped up in the company’s recent data breach—one that affected 106 million people (100 million in the U.S. and six million in Canada.) Here’s our question: Has Capital One actually told you if you’re affected?Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Protect Your Account After the Capital One Hack

On Monday night, Capital One reported that a hacker gained access to more than 100 million of their customers’ accounts and credit card applications. According to a press release, this breach included access to users’ names, addresses, phone numbers, date of births, and email addresses—in addition to 140,000 social…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How To Prevent and Respond to a SIM Swap Scam

SIM swap attacks are “off the hook right now,” as described in a November 2018 article from security maven Brian Krebs. While most of you probably have never, and won’t ever, encounter one, it’s good to be prepared should this irritating hack happen to you.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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New ROM Hack Adds Ganondorf To Super Smash Bros. 64

The original Super Smash Bros. released 20 years ago with only 12 characters, leaving many classic Nintendo characters by the wayside until future installments were released. A new hack released over the weekend helps add some more variety by adding Ganondorf.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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You Can Add Sudden-Acceleration Attacks to the List of Electric Scooter Dangers

People keep injuring themselves on electric scooters. Some are illegally scooting down sidewalks, others are riding with someone else on the vehicle, breaking traffic laws, using them underage, and many are reportedly not wearing helmets. But now there’s a new reason to think twice before taking one of these…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Someone Hacked NASA

On Tuesday, an internal memo was sent to employees at NASA to inform them of a data breach that was identified on October 23. The notice claimed that hackers were able to obtain personally identifiable information including social security numbers belonging to the space agency’s staff. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Why You Shouldn’t Install Fortnite APKs on Your Android 

Android: Fortnite Battle Royale, one of the most popular battle royale games around, is finally on Android. And you get first dibs with the beta if you own a Samsung device—a list that includes its flagship Galaxy S9 / S9 Plus (and its predecessors, the S8 / S8 Plus); the Note 8 (and the just-announced Galaxy […]

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How to Make Your Wifi Router as Secure as Possible

Though more router manufacturers are making routers easier to set up and configure—even via handy little apps instead of annoying web-based interfaces—most people probably don’t tweak many options after purchasing a new router. They log in, change the name and passwords for their wifi networks, and call it a day.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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