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| |California Mulls Over Ban Of Facial Recognition Tech In Police Body Cameras 12th Sep 2019 [7 days ago] from ZDNet The state Senate appears to be listening to appeals to reel in the widespread use of biometrics.
| |Ransomware Attacks: Weak Passwords Are Now Your Biggest Risk 12th Sep 2019 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Researchers at F-Secure analysed attacks over the course of six months and found that brute force attacks are now the preferred means of spreading ransomware - but phishing emails remain popular.
| |Google Discloses Vulnerability In Chrome OS Built-in Security Key Feature 12th Sep 2019 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Security issue fixed in late June, with the release of Chrome OS 75. Additional remediation steps below.
| |Most Consumers Will Refuse To Work With Enterprises That Won’t Keep Their Data Secure 12th Sep 2019 [7 days ago] from ZDNet There are ramifications for enterprise customer retention as an understanding of data protection increases.
| |Home Affairs Still The Baddest At Handling Australian Stored Communications 11th Sep 2019 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Australian cops have a problem with timely destroying stored communications.
| |Tenable Wants To See The End Of The Nation-state Attacked Us Excuse 11th Sep 2019 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Its not necessarily that they broke into your house; its that the door was wide open.
| |Infamous Surveillance Tech Vendor Makes Pledge To Follow UN Human Rights Policy 11th Sep 2019 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Facing legal assault, NSO Group pledges to fight customers abusing its tools to spy on innocents, political opponents.
| |Most Android Flashlight Apps Request An Absurd Number Of Permissions 11th Sep 2019 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Two Android flashlight apps, in particular, are requesting 77 permissions... for some reason.
| |Iranian Hackers Resume Credential-stealing Phishing Attacks Against Universities Around The World 11th Sep 2019 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Over 60 universities in the US, the UK, Australia and more have been targeted by the Colbalt Dickens hacking group in attacks attempting to steal research and intellectual property
| |Telegram Fixes Privacy-breaking Bug That Stopped Recipient Message And Image Deletion 11th Sep 2019 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Even after deletion, images would remain in storage on user devices.
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