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| |Slickwraps Says Customer Trust Was ‘violated’ In Data Breach Caused By Glaring Security Holes 24th Feb 2020 [3 days ago] from ZDNet A security researcher’s warnings were reportedly ignored.
| |Dont Worry, Alexa And Friends Only Record You Up To 19 Times A Day 22nd Feb 2020 [5 days ago] from ZDNet Have you ever wondered how often your smart speaker accidentally activates itself? A study from Northeastern University tried to find oiut.
| |FBI Recommends Passphrases Over Password Complexity 21st Feb 2020 [5 days ago] from ZDNet Longer passwords, even consisting of simpler words or constructs, are better than short passwords with special characters.
| |Google To Put A Muzzle On Android Apps Accessing Location Data In The Background 21st Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet Google will also update Androids location access permission prompt (again).
| |The Local Police Are Telling People What Im Doing? I Dont Think I Like It 21st Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet An audit from the State of California reveals that license plate tracking by law enforcement seems a touch wayward.
| |ObliqueRAT Linked To Threat Group Launching Attacks Against Government Targets 21st Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet The new Trojan is attacking organizations across Southeast Asia.
| |Google Denies Claims That Free School Chromebooks Are Illegally Collecting Student Data 21st Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet A lawsuit filed in New Mexico alleges the free devices are serving a nefarious purpose -- data collection without parental consent.
| |Microsoft: Linux Defender Antivirus Now In Public Preview, IOS And Android Are Next 21st Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet Microsoft also makes Threat Protection bundle generally available.
| |Home Affairs Pushes Back Against Encryption Law Proposals 20th Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet Both Labor and Australias Independent National Security Legislation Monitor have proposed judicial approvals before cops and spooks can access encrypted communications, but the Department of Home Affairs isnt keen.
| |DOD DISA Discloses Data Breach 20th Feb 2020 [6 days ago] from ZDNet The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) handles IT and telecommunications support for the White House and military troops.
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