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| |Microsoft Dismisses New Windows RDP ‘bug’ As A Feature Researchers have found an unexpected behavior in a Windows feature designed to protect remote sessions.
| |YouTube Bans Kids’ Live-streaming Without An Adult Present In another step to scrape pedophiles off the bottom of its shoe YouTube is banning youngsters from live-streaming without adult supervision.
| |Gang Charged With $19 Million IPhone Scam It was a well-oiled business, with Top Dogs fencing devices, forgers cooking up fake IDs with stolen PII, and runners ripping off phones.
| |Patch Android! June 2019 Update Fixes Eight Critical Flaws Its that time again. Junes patches for Android are here.
| |Apple Bans Ads, Third-party Tracking In Apps Meant For Kids The new policy: Ditch third-party trackers in apps designed for youngsters, lest the app get booted out of the App Store.
| |ATM Skimming Crook Behind Bars After Draining Bank Accounts For 2 Years A multi-state ATM card-skimming spree netted his gang over $800k from 531 peoples bank accounts.
| |Apple Battles Facebook And Google With Rival Sign In Service Apples WWDC was full of surprises including a new feature designed to make signing up for websites more private: Sign In with Apple.
| |Synthetic Clicks And The MacOS Flaw Apple Can’t Seem To Fix A researcher has found a way to abuse synthetic clicks in macOS "Catalina", and it hasn’t even shipped yet.
| |GandCrab Ransomware Crooks To Shut Up Shop GandCrabs creators are giving themselves a "well-deserved retirement" after extorting (they say) $2 billion.
| |GandCrab Ransomware Service Shuts Up Shop The authors of the GandCrab ransomware strain are shutting their ransomware-as-a-service portal, allegedly walking away with a cool $150m.
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