700 gigabytes leaked: Russian internet surveillance by Roskomnadzor exposed

Data from a regional office of the "media regulator" Roskomnadzor reveal how far online surveillance in Russia goes - and how much manual work it is. (Image: New York Times) The Russian telecommunications regulator Roskomnadzor has developed into an extension of the domestic secret service FSB and controls the Internet meticulously by hand. This is suggested … Continue reading 700 gigabytes leaked: Russian internet surveillance by Roskomnadzor exposed

Valve: Steam gets extended top seller statistics

Valve revised the statistics for its gaming platform Steam. It is particularly interesting to look at other countries. (Image: Casimiro PT/Shutterstock.com) In the future, Valve will provide better information about which games on the Steam platform are currently popular and are selling well: Extended real-time statistics should provide quick information about which games are currently generating … Continue reading Valve: Steam gets extended top seller statistics

Here’s how to use Android apps in Windows 11 now

The long-awaited support for Android apps and games for Windows 11 finally comes with the major function update. But what does that actually mean? Amazon App Store with Android apps is now also in Windows 11 22H2. Windows 11 2022 Update is now officially available, A complex system is hidden behind this: Because the apps … Continue reading Here’s how to use Android apps in Windows 11 now

Microsoft wants to protect Windows corporate customers better against ransomware by default

In order to prevent attacks from encryption Trojans, Microsoft's manipulation protection should now automatically protect security settings. So far, security features under Windows in the context of Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) for corporate customers have not always been automatically protected against manipulation. That should change now. Better protected from now on As can be seen … Continue reading Microsoft wants to protect Windows corporate customers better against ransomware by default

Microsoft releases Windows 11 version 22H2

Windows 11 is getting the first feature update today, which Microsoft also simply calls the "2022 Update". Installation is optional until further notice. The first feature update for Windows 11 brings some new features and is now available in Windows Update on systems with Windows 11 installed. Until further notice, this is an optional update that can … Continue reading Microsoft releases Windows 11 version 22H2

Free decryption tool: victims of LockerGoga ransomware can breathe easy

Anyone who has caught the LockerGoga blackmail trojan on Windows can now decrypt their data without paying a ransom. (Image: HAKINMHAN/Shutterstock.com) Developers from anti-virus software maker Bitdefender have released a free decryption tool for data captured by LockerGoga ransomware. BDLockerGogaDecryptTool is now available for download. Instructions are available as a PDF. The malware targets files of all kinds … Continue reading Free decryption tool: victims of LockerGoga ransomware can breathe easy

No more graphics cards from EVGA: manufacturer ends cooperation with Nvidia

EVGA blames Nvidia's company policy for exiting the graphics card business. A change to graphics chips from AMD or Intel is not planned. Graphics card manufacturer EVGA will no longer release new GeForce products. The US company announced this over the weekend. The previous graphics cards based on Nvidia products are still available and continue to be supported … Continue reading No more graphics cards from EVGA: manufacturer ends cooperation with Nvidia

“GTA 6”: Hacker leaks alleged gameplay scenes

In the "GTA" forums, a user spreads supposedly authentic gameplay from "GTA 6". He claims to have captured the files from Rockstar's Slack channel. Screenshot from "GTA 5" (Image: Rockstar Games) Alleged gameplay scenes from the upcoming open-world action game "GTA 6" have appeared online. The screenshots and videos were provided by a user named "teapotuberhacker" who posted … Continue reading “GTA 6”: Hacker leaks alleged gameplay scenes

“Totally compromised”: 18-year-old hacks Uber, internal services offline

An unknown person has allegedly obtained access data from an Uber employee and now has access to all of the US company's internal systems. (Image: Sundry Photography/Shutterstock.com) The US ride-hailing service Uber has allegedly been hacked, and a security researcher told the New York Times that the company was "completely compromised." The stranger has documented with … Continue reading “Totally compromised”: 18-year-old hacks Uber, internal services offline

Nvidia’s cryptic tweet invites puzzling on Twitter

The fact that Nvidia will present the GeForce RTX 4000 series based on the new GPU architecture, Nvidia Ada, at the GTC 2022 on September 20 is obvious and is supported both by leaked information and many rumors. Now Nvidia invites you to puzzle with a mysterious tweet. What does Nvidia want to say with the alleged number code (208) 629-7538? … Continue reading Nvidia’s cryptic tweet invites puzzling on Twitter