The EOL (end of life) of Windows 10 is the date when Microsoft will stop providing updates and support for the operating system. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 will reach end of support on October 14, 2025. This applies to both Home and Pro versions of Windows 103. The current version, 22H2, will be the final version of Windows 10. Existing LTSC (long-term servicing channel) releases will continue to receive
Never give personal information over the phone to someone who called you claiming to be a business. If you get a call from someone claiming to be your bank that asks you for personal information (name, address, bank account number, debit card number, expiration date, CVV, or anything else not publicly available), DO NOT give it to them. Hang up and call your local bank. If the situation is legitimate,
Google said that the update is aimed at protecting active users from security threats like phishing scams and account hijacking. Old accounts that have not been used for years are typically at risk from hackers who may use the same passwords that have been compromised in other security breaches. Google also said that the update will help limit the amount of time that Google retains unused personal information, in line
If you are a PC user, you might want to pay extra attention to your computer security this month. Several new and emerging threats could compromise your data, privacy, or performance. In this blog post, we will highlight some of the most dangerous ones and give you some tips on how to avoid them. Zero-Day Vulnerability in Windows Installer A zero-day vulnerability is a security flaw that is unknown to
If you own an iPad or iPhone, it needs an immediate update. An emergency patch to the software has been released when Apple researchers found a security vulnerability that allows hackers to install spyware in the background without any interaction on the user’s part, which allows data to be stolen and also allows the hackers to listen to anything in the vicinity of the device.