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| |Facebook Restores Disabled ‘View As’ Feature Used In 2018 Breach The feature still lets you see how others see you, but without leaking access tokens.
| |Severe Linux Kernel Flaw Found In RDS Unpatched Linux systems are vulnerable to remote compromise from the local network.
| |San Francisco Bans Police Use Of Facial Recognition The city that gave us facial recognition tech says "not in my back yard".
| |UPDATE NOW! Critical, Remote, ‘wormable’ Windows Vulnerability Microsoft has fixed an RDP vulnerability that can be exploited remotely, without authentication and used to run arbitrary code.
| |Microsoft Fixes Intel ZombieLoad Bug With Patch Tuesday Updates May 2019 Patch Tuesday fixed 79 vulnerabilities, 19 of which are classed as Critical. Heres a summary of the most notable ones.
| |Twitter Bug Leaks To IOS Users’ Location Data To Partner
| |Update IOS And Mojave Now! Apple Patches Are Out Apple has released its May 2019 security updates, taking iOS to version 12.3 and macOS Mojave to version 10.14.5.
| |Facebook Sues App Developer Rankwave Over Data Misuse The suit says Rankwave used Facebook user data for targeted marketing and ignored its cease-and-desist letter.
| |Update WhatsApp Now! One Call Could Give Spies Access To Your Phone A WhatsApp zero-day has allowed an “advanced cyber actor” to successfully install spyware on victims phones with no more than a phone call.
| |White Label SOS Panic Buttons Can Be Hacked Via SMS A Chinese white-label panic alarm used by elderly and vulnerable people can be remotely controlled by sending it simple SMS commands.
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