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Apple To Congress: Chinese Spy-chip Story Is “simply Wrong”
8th Oct 2018 [7 days ago] from Ars Technica
"Our internal investigations directly contradict every consequential assertion."
Bloomberg: Super Micro Motherboards Used By Apple, Amazon Contained Chinese Spy Chips
4th Oct 2018 [11 days ago] from Ars Technica
Super Micro, Amazon, and Apple deny everything in the report.
Google Taking New Steps To Prevent Malicious Chrome Extensions
2nd Oct 2018 [13 days ago] from Ars Technica
Company plans stricter rules for developers, and greater control for users.
Google Backtracks—a Bit—on Controversial Chrome Sign-in Feature
27th Sep 2018 [18 days ago] from Ars Technica
Privacy-conscious users were unhappy at being signed in to browser without consent.
Microsoft Offers Completely Passwordless Authentication For Online Apps
24th Sep 2018 [22 days ago] from Ars Technica
Phone-based authentication is the way forward instead.
New Modification Of The Old Cold Boot Attack Leaves Most Systems Vulnerable
13th Sep 2018 [one month ago] from Ars Technica
The defenses put in place to thwart the 2008 attack turn out to be very weak.
Georgia Says Switching Back To All-paper Voting Is Logistically Impossible
12th Sep 2018 [one month ago] from Ars Technica
In Curling v. Kemp, both sides are set to duke it out in court on Wednesday.
To Prevent Hacking, Georgia Must End All-electronic Voting, Activists Say
12th Sep 2018 [one month ago] from Ars Technica
In Curling v. Kemp, both sides are set to duke it out in court on Wednesday.
Windows 10 Support Extended Again: September Releases Now Get 30 Months
6th Sep 2018 [one month ago] from Ars Technica
And Microsoft is offering enterprises dedicated app compatibility support.
Google Wants To Get Rid Of URLs But Doesn’t Know What To Use Instead
5th Sep 2018 [one month ago] from Ars Technica
Their complexity makes them a security hazard; their ubiquity makes replacement nigh impossible.
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