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  • Google Apps ‘Defect’ Leaks Private WHOIS Data Of 280,000

    Google has notified hundreds of thousands of domain registrants that their private WHOIS information has been exposed in the clear, opening them up to identity theft, phishing scams and more. Researchers from Cisco Talos last night said the problem likely lies with one of Google’s registrar partners eNom and affects 94 percent of the 305,925 domains registered through the partnership. (In the image above is a sample before-and-after of a leaked domain record.)
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  • New Private Message System! New Main Page Style in BETA!

    Smile Guys, We are back with two new additions to SA!

    1) New PM (Private Message System)
    As you can guess from title , New PM system has been introduced ! No more Inbox and Sent messages, now it's "Dialog" system. All messages with users will be on single page. Also we enable "Search in messages" feature. Hope you will like it! Please comment if you need more features in new PM/Dialog system, for example: CHAT feature like in social networks.

    2) New Main Page Style in BETA!
    New main page style is available now to view on "https://softarchive.net/beta-main". This is in beta testing and for view only but in final version, this page will have settings to ADD/REMOVE ANY category/subcategory from this page. Also change position number for any cat/sub-cat. We will continue to work on this BETA version if you really like it and help us to improve it by leaving fruitful thoughts in comments.

    Stay Tuned with SA Team !
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  • Wanna Type Faster? Meet a Buzzy New Keyboard

    When Ray McEnaney types, he’s confident it’s the most efficient way possible. But it’s not typing school that’s given him this feeling. It’s his keyboard. Frustrated with the limitations of the traditional QWERTY layout, McEnaney spent the last decade designing a new one. Considering that the universal key arrangement was designed in the typewriter age — patented in 1878 — an alternative seems due. This one’s inspired by a bee.
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  • Apple car reportedly ready for the road by 2020

    You’d better start saving as soon as you buy your Apple watch, because an Apple car to go with it could be on sale as early as 2020.
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  • Why Apple won’t build the 'iCar'

    Reports over the past week, led by the normally well-informed and rumour-averse Wall Street Journal, say Apple has hired hundreds of automotive engineers to work on something codenamed 'Project Titan'. It's a car.
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  • Google, Amazon, Microsoft pay to get ads past Adblock Plus

    Image of Stop sign courtesy of ShutterstockAd-buying big boys Google, Amazon, Microsoft and the content marketing platform Taboola have quietly ponied up the money to keep their ads from being blocked on Adblock Plus, the world's most popular software for blocking online advertising.
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  • Elon Musk's Plan to Build a Space Internet

    Because he doesn't have enough going on, Elon Musk—he of Tesla Motors, SpaceX, SolarCity, and the Hyperloop—is launching another project. Musk wants to build a second Internet in space and one day use it to connect people on Mars to the Web.
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  • The rise and fall of fitness trackers

    Looking ahead to 2015, wearable technology's most successful gaggle of gadgets to date is set to lose steam to the smartwatch.
    Wearable tech is dedicated to staying on your wrist, but its face is changing fast.
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  • A new browser not named 'IE' would give Microsoft ways to leave legacy support behind

    Microsoft will unveil a browser not named Internet Explorer (IE) alongside Windows 10, according to an online report.
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  • The new service, apparently named MegaChat, will be browser-based

    Kim Dotcom, founder of the file-hosting service Mega, is preparing to launch an encrypted video-calling and chat service that will shield its users' communications from government surveillance.
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  • Happy Holidays from all of us at SoftArchive!

    Dearest Friends!
    SoftArchive Team wishes YOU most amazing holidays from core of our heart.

    We always appreciate your continues support whether you are a guest, member, subscriber, uploader or past staff member. You all are the part of what SoftArchive is today and we assure you our hard work and continues struggle to bring new releases, features and a great helping community in 2015 and beyond.

    Again thanks to everyone for continue presence here, have a Fabulous New Year and enjoy the fireworks keeping your safety in mind.

    With best wishes,
    SoftArchive Team
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  • Xbox Live and PlayStation Network are still recovering from outage

    Santa is finally coming for gamers, as Sony and Microsoft restore their online services. On December 25th both PlayStation Network and Xbox Live had been under attack by a group named Lizard Squad, making it difficult for gamers to log on. These attacks are not the first this month, but they couldn't happen at a worse moment for the millions of users on both PSN and Xbox Live.
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  • Lizard Squad attacks EA, Panics Swedish Agency

    Lizard Squad was at it again yesterday, attacking Electronic Arts and causing some unexpected spill over in Sweden. Lizard Squad has been attacking gaming company’s that rely on internet lately, and last night added Electronic Arts to the list with another DDOS that took out EA’s servers for several hours last night.
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  • In Wake of Takedown Tor Looking for Answers
    Officials at the Tor Project are continuing to look for answers following the takedown late last week of hundreds of Tor hidden services, including the popular black market website Silk Road 2.0. In a blog entry yesterday Tor made it clear that it wasn’t entirely sure how or why the services that ran on its platform were seized, adding that it was “as surprised as most” but that it was still trying to learn more in the wake of the digital sting.

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  • Is this why Microsoft named it Windows 10?

    Seemingly everyone on the Net has a theory as to why Microsoft skipped the name "Windows 9" and jumped to 10. Here's one explanation that actually makes sense.
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