Month: October 2017
If you have yet to jump onto the latest generation consoles or if you’re missing the Xbox One, in particular, Microsoft may have a new bundle of interest centered on the upcoming latest installment to Assassin’s Creed.
Yooka-Laylee‘s rollercoaster ride on Kickstarter anchored it into video game history as one of the most quickly funded titles. Since its release in April, developer Playtonic Games has introduced a number of updates tweaking various gameplay aspects, and more recently, a report on what’s happening with the Nintendo Switch edition.
The Fallout franchise certainly doesn’t need much of a build up with the series already carrying a strong following. However, the hype behind any new announcement or tease can quickly find itself spread all across the internet to be dissected for potential information.
Polyphony Digital and Sony’s highly-anticipated racing title, Gran Turismo Sport, will feature more than 40 track layouts across 17 different courses.
EA Sports’ newest NHL iteration, NHL 18, received an update. The update doesn’t add or change any major components of the game, but it adds general stability and bug improvements.
Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky changed a lot since its release, and update 1.38 continues to improve the game and add new features.
It seems sophisticated hackers have changed the way they conduct targeted cyber operations—instead of investing in zero-days and developing their malware; some hacking groups have now started using ready-made malware just like script kiddies.
A Greek court has approved the U.S. extradition of a 38-year-old Russian national accused of laundering more than $4 billion in bitcoin for culprits involved in hacking attacks, tax fraud and drug trafficking with the help of the now-defunct BTC-e exchange.
The Apache Tomcat team has recently patched several security vulnerabilities in Apache Tomcat, one of which could allow an unauthorised attacker to execute malicious code on affected servers remotely.