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What You Need to Know About the Newest Microsoft Vulnerability2022-06-01

A newly identified vulnerability, eloquently called CVE-2022-30190, is a new deadly way that bad actors can take control of your computer and run arbitrary lines of code.

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Is Deleting Old Posts Really That Important?2022-05-31

Redact offers you the ability to mass remove all of your posts on a variety of social media platforms. This includes more trendy, modern platforms like TikTok, and old, legacy platforms like Skype. While this is an impressive range of features, it raises an important question - why would somebody even want to delete their history in the first place?

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Android 13 Upping its Security Game2022-05-25

The Google I/O last week had lots of useful information on what to expect from the company over the next 12 months. Once of the most interesting to us were the changes in Android 13.

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Netflix Ending Password Sharing by End of 20222022-05-22

We knew it was coming, we just didn’t know when. Now we do. Netflix will be cracking down on password sharing by the end of the year.

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Russia Apparently Responsible for Viasat Cyberattack in February2022-05-21

The U.S., European Union and Great Britain have officially laid blame for the Viasat cyberattack on Russia.

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Privacy and You: How at Risk is a Random Person to Online Threats?2022-05-19

Privacy concerns have a tendency to seem unimportant and not pressing to many of us in our daily lives. Whenever you read a headline about a celebrity having their career ruined in various ways on the internet, including through data breaches, it can be easy to dismiss these events as not relevant to our lifestyles.

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Google Wielding the Banhammer on Malicious Ad Networks2022-05-18

Malicious ads are one of the biggest reasons to use adblockers. As one of the world’s largest ad-related companies, it’s in Google’s interest to keep ads as clean and as palatable as possible.

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GitHub Adding Two-Factor Authentication to Contributors2022-05-17

In a move that’s arguably better late than never, GitHub is embracing two-factor authentication for anyone who contributes code.

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