Sophos, the anti virus software company, has reported that in the last twelve months, 50% of calls it has received have stemmed from concerns about macro viruses, and 90% of these have been email related. A survey of 50 IT managers from blue chip companies with thousands of users conducted by Sophos found that infected email attachments are the primary cause of virus outbreaks within organisations. According to the survey, 43% of network managers reported email to be the most common method of virus transmission.
Antarctica lost on average 252 gigatons of ice mass per year from 2009 to 2017, claims study
Buyers can demand refunds if they've had a game for no more than 14 days and not registered more than two hours of play
Total lunar eclipse 2019: 'Super Blood Wolf Moon' to be visible across Europe and North America on Sunday night
Moon will turn reddish-orange in colour during this weekend's total lunar eclipse
Hackers to compete for prize money of between $35,000 and $250,000 cracking the Tesla Model 3 at this year's Pwn2Own contest