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| |Apple App Store Stuffed With Hardcore Porn And Gambling Apps The apps, which violate content policies, got in there via the same Enterprise Certificate program that Facebook and Google exploited.
| |Google Paid Out $3.4m In Bug Bounties Last Year 317 researchers from 78 countries turned 2018 into a worldwide bug-crunching spree.
| |Update Now! Microsoft And Adobe’s February 2019 Patch Tuesday Is Here Internet Explorer (IE) may have launched way back in 1995 but nearly a quarter of a century later it’s still creating work for Microsoft and Windows users.
| |Top Tips For Valentine’s Day – And The Rest Of The Year! [VIDEO] Our top tips for Valentines Day and beyond - all in just 5 minutes. Enjoy!
| |Another Flaw Found In MacOS Mojave’s Privacy Protection Ever since Apple announced enhanced privacy protection for macOS Mojave 10.14 last September, a dedicated band of researchers has been poking away at it looking for security flaws. Heres another.
| |Evil USB O.MG Cable Opens Up Wi-Fi To Remote Attacks ... and enables de-authenticaton attacks that could knock targeted systems off the Wi-Fi and onto one of these nefarious cables.
| |Ep. 019 – Android Holes, IOS Screengrabbing And USB Poo [PODCAST] Heres the latest Naked Security podcast - enjoy!
| |620 Million Records From 16 Websites Listed For Sale On The Dark Web Some of the breaches are new, while some were reported last year. The sites include MyFitnessPal, MyHeritage, Whitepages and more.
| |Security Firm Beats Adobe By Patching Reader Flaw First Adobe has patched a flaw that enabled attackers to slurp a user’s network authentication details - but not before someone else patched it first.
| |Linux Container Bug Could Eat Your Server From The Inside – Patch Now! Crooks could take over your network thanks to a critical bug in a popular Linux containerisation toolkit... heres what you need to know.
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