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Virgin Media Store Caught Running Movie & TV Show Piracy Software

Virgin Media is one of the largest premium telecoms suppliers in the UK and Ireland but the way one of its stores has advertised its "Full House" package leaves a bit to be desired. While asking for 99 euros to supply a top-rated packaged,...Show More Summary

TalkTalk TV will go multiscreen next year with new streaming app

Sky, Virgin Media and BT all offer their customers ways to watch TV beyond the living room. TalkTalk has an app for its rental and purchase store -- formerly Blinkbox, you might recall -- but otherwise it's fallen behind the pack somewhat. Show More Summary

PSN is down for some users

UPDATE 9.30pm: It looks PSN is back on its feet after downtime earlier today for Virgin Media users. In a forum post, Virgin Media said it had resolved the issues. We're now able to log in to PSN ourselves. ORIGINAL STORY 5.30pm: PlayStation Network is down for some users. Read more…

Destiny 2 Players With Virgin Fibre To Get an Exclusive Sparrow

Pay attention U.K. Destiny 2 players. You are going to be getting an exclusive Sparrow when the game launches on September 6, provided of course you get your internet through Virgin Fibre. The deal leaked when Virgin Media launched a page with the details a bit too early, but then quickly pulled it down. Show More Summary

Tuesday Roundup: Verizon, Digital Realty, ADVA, and Virgin Media

Here are some quick takes on other news from the start of this week:... [visit site to read more]

UK student, 18, arrested in international cyberattack

West Midlands Police said in a statement that "Chappell allegedly attacked the websites of T-Mobile, EE, Vodafone, O2, BBC, BT, Amazon, Netflix, Virgin Media and the National Crime Agency." The force's cybercrime unit worked with the FBI, Israeli Police and Europol's European Cybercrime Centre during the investigation.

Smart Home security is crap, so why are users getting the blame?

9 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

GUEST: Another day, another cybersecurity hack, and this week it was Virgin Media’s Super Hub 2 home router that got hit here in the UK. Was is it a sophisticated hack? No, far from it: Virgin’s routers come with a short, easy-to-hack default password that was duly cracked, and the so-called Smart Home was suddenly not […]

More than 8 million Brits work from home

More than eight million of British employees now work at home for at least one day per week — equivalent to almost a third (31 percent) of the entire working British populace. The news comes from Virgin Media, which based its conclusions on a study of 2,006 employees. The report says homeworkers are bringing in £167 billion...

Virgin Media Router Hacking Compromises 800,000 Customers: Here’s How To Stay Safe

With so many devices now reliant on the internet and people frequently accessing Wi-Fi, maintaining the security and privacy of mobile devices, smart speakers, or laptops has become of paramount importance. Tech companies around theShow More Summary

Virgin Media thinks 800,000 users should change their router passwords

Virgin Media wants you to change your router password.  The company recently published guidance on how to do that for older router models after Which? magazine — a publication "known for testing household products" — found that Virgin...Show More Summary

Virgin Media hack risk is a wake-up call to check your router

Investigation found older-generation routers used by Virgin Media are vulnerable to hacking. The company advises customers to change passwords.        

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