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| |New York City Moves To Protect Citizens’ Location Data New York City is considering a law that could stop cellphone carriers and smartphone app vendors from selling their location data.
| |You Can Probably Be Identified From Your Anonymized Data The idea of de-identifying data has been around for a while. However, a study published this week asserts that it’s even easier to re-identify information than we first thought.
| |Apple’s July Patchfest Fixes Bugs In Multiple Products Apple released fixes for various products this week, including one for a bug that has been public with proof-of-concept code for two months.
| |Facebook Admits To Messenger Kids Security Hole A hole in the supposed closed-loop messaging system allowed children to join group chats with people their parents hadn’t approved.
| |SharePoint Online Scam – Sadly, Phishing’s Not Dead
| |Programmer From Hell Plants Logic Bombs To Guarantee Future Work At some dark moment, have you ever wondered: what if the programmers are adding the bugs deliberately?
| |Big Password Hole In IOS 13 Beta Spotted By Testers A security clanger has been spotted in the current beta version of iOS 13 which allows anyone to access a user’s stored web and app passwords without having to authenticate.
| |Your Android’s Accelerometer Could Be Used To Eavesdrop On Your Calls Researchers have created an attack called Spearphone that uses the motion sensors in Android phones to listen to phone calls, interactions with your voice assistant, and more.
| |FSB Hackers Drop Files Online A hacking group that distributed files stolen from a Russian contractor to the media last week has published some of the documents online.
| |Chrome 76 Blocks Websites From Detecting Incognito Mode Ever bypassed a website paywall using a browser’s privacy mode? It was once a simple hack, however, it no longer works for most websites.
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