23 videos


  • VM Packet Sniffing and Lasers - Hak5 2119

    Sandboxes, packet sniffing and malware analysis - this time on Hak5!


  • HUGE SCAM EXPOSED! What They Did With The Money Will Hurt Your Soul...


    The Philip DeFranco Show

  • Xbox's Answer to the Steam Sale!

    Sam is sick. Maude misses Sam. Plus Arrow/Flash News and a nasty virus on Android.

    SourceFed Nerd

  • Epson Home Cinema 3500 Review, Maltego Finds Hidden Info, 3 Amazing Wearables, Survive Black Friday & Guestapalooza: Veronica, Robert, Jessica, More!

    Today's is a special episode of Tekzilla! We've rounded up all of our favorite people in one place for a Guestapalooza.


  • Credit Cards Exposed in Massive Hacks; Who's Behind It?

    In December, tens of millions of Target customers were hacked in a large-scale operation that implanted malware on in-store devices, extracting credit card and other data that was then resold on the black market. But Target shoppers aren't the only victims; other retailers have been hacked recently using similar tactics. Who is behind it, and what should be done to prevent future breaches?

    What's the Big Deal

  • Bitdefender Antivirus - Everything you need to know.

    Android security is amazing all on its own, but sometimes people want a little extra to feel safer. In this review, we take a look at Bitdefender Antivirus. It's lightweight, free, and stays out of the way until you need it.

    Android Authority Extras

  • Searching For Celebrity Nudes Puts Your Data At RISK!

    McAfee released their Most Dangerous Celebrities list for 2013, revealing the riskiest stars to search for online. Chastity tells you who made the list, and explains how a simple web search for celeb pics could lead you to a trap laid out by a cyber criminal!

    Tech Feed News

  • Roku Says "up yours" to the Chromecast, Xbox Music in the Play Store, and More! - Google Play Weekly Episode 5

    We're back with Google Play Weekly. As usual Joe Hindy takes a look at some interesting news surrounding the Google Play Store, including stuff about Foursquare, Roku, and Xbox Music.

    Android Authority Extras

  • TOR is Safe No More!

    TOR has fallen from its secure safe haven. The Onion routing service designed for secure browsing is not as secure as thought, with its encryption standard being a target of the NSA.

    Tech Feed News

  • YouTube Ads Distributing Malware?!

    A recent study by the security firm revealed that at least 15% of ads on YouTube may have contained malware. Annie explains how popular plugins from the company Sambreel for downloading YouTube videos injected advertisements onto the page. While some of these advertisements were legitimate, there were many that contained malware disguised as a Java update.

    Tech Feed News