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| |Nike’s $350 “Back To The Future” Trainers Crash, Have Feet Of Brick Have you ever needed to boot a shoe that was a brick? Owners of Nikes $350 "self-lacing" trainers say they have.
| |Pedos Pollute YouTube Comments On Kids’ Videos, Advertisers Flee Can YouTube ever keep video comments under control, or it is time to kill off comments altogether?
| |Microsoft Fixes Web Server DDoS Bug Overzealous use of HTTP/2 flow control settings in IIS could have brought servers to their knees.
| |Flash “security Bypass” List Hidden In Microsoft Edge Browser Until this month, the Edge browser could bypass its own warnings about Flash content on 58 websites, thanks to a hidden list.
| |Facebook Lets Android Users Block Location Tracking Facebook announced its tweaking its Android version, which was tracking your location even when the app wasnt in use.
| |Bluetooth “gas Station” Warning On Facebook – Truth Or Hoax? [VIDEO] Can your phone reliably detect card skimmers using Bluetooth alone? Find out in the latest Naked Security Live video...
| |Password Managers Leaking Data In Memory, But You Should Still Use One Several popular password managers appear to do a weak job at scrubbing passwords from memory once they are no longer being used.
| |Hacker Lauri Love Denied Bid To Get Computers Back Hacker Lauri Love has failed to get his computers back six years after UK’s National Crime Agency took them as part of a criminal investigation.
| |Sorry, We Didn’t Mean To Keep That Secret Microphone A Secret, Says Google Its been off by default, Google says - not much consolation to those who dont cotton to the notion of a "secret" listening gadget.
| |Can You Really Sniff Out Gas Station Card Skimmers With Your Phone? A viral post suggests (wrongly) that card skimmers always use Bluetooth. Anyway, just looking at nearby Bluetooth names doesnt help much...
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