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Security: Install the Windows August 2019 Replace Safe Now

Security: Install the Windows August 2019 Replace Safe Now

Windows 10 users: Take a few moments and check that you’ve installed Microsoft’s August 2019 security updates on your PC. While you’ve probably already been prompted to update your system, it never hurts to double-check. The latest Windows update fixes a long list of vulnerabilities found in current versions of Microsoft’s flagship OS. Most of…

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Security: Yubico Makes It a Lot More uncomplicated to Use a Bodily Security Key on Older iPhones For Gargantuan-Stable Logins

Security: Yubico Makes It a Lot More uncomplicated to Use a Bodily Security Key on Older iPhones For Gargantuan-Stable Logins

A hardware security key adds an almost bulletproof second layer of security for your password-protected accounts and info, but using them with mobile devices like iPhones has been less than straightforward. Today, Yubico is hoping to streamline that process with its new YubiKey 5Ci security key which is the first to feature both a Lightning…

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Security: Fb expands its Records Abuse Bounty program to Instagram

Security: Fb expands its Records Abuse Bounty program to Instagram

In addition to that, Facebook is working with security researchers to stress-test Checkout on Instagram, the shopping feature that lets people buy products without leaving the app, before it launches outside the US. Facebook says it has given a select group early access to Checkout on Instagram and will reward them for eligible reports. "Putting…

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Security: How a ten-one year-Feeble Desk Mobile telephone Malicious program Came Lend a hand From the Ineffective

Security: How a ten-one year-Feeble Desk Mobile telephone Malicious program Came Lend a hand From the Ineffective

You probably know by now about rampant insecurity in Internet of Things devices. You've likely even heard about vulnerabilities in desk phones specifically. Security research into the devices—and the potential for hackers to take them over, turn them into listening devices, or use them as jumping off points to take over corporate networks—has been going…

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