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| |Apple Restricts Adblocking Extensions Apple has turned off the ability for adblocking companies to use their own blocking mechanisms in Safari.
| |Jira Development And Ticketing Software Hit By Critical Flaws Atlassian admins have a spot of patching work on their hands after the company released updates addressing two critical flaws.
| |Instagram Phish Poses As Copyright Infringement Warning – Don’t Click! Your Instagram account has value to the crooks - so theyre coming up with some cunning tricks to get at your passsword.
| |Investors Accuse FedEx Of Lying, Stock Dumping After NotPetya Attack This is the second such suit, with shareholders asking why execs sold $40m+ of their shares while downplaying the ransomware attack.
| |Google Pulls More Fake Adblockers From Chrome Web Store Google has again been reprimanded for not spotting fake extensions impersonating popular brands in its Chrome Web Store.
| |Could EarEcho Change The Way We Authenticate Our Phones? Researchers have discovered a way to use wireless earbuds as a biometric authentication system.
| |Two Charged With Tech-support Scamming The Elderly For $10m The tech-support scammers were allegedly part of a network of crooks in the US and India who conned about 7,500 victims.
| |WannaCry – And Why It Never Went Away WannaCry still hasnt died out, more than two years after the original attack. We went live to find out why...
| |Server-squashing Zero-day Published For PhpMyAdmin Tool A researcher has just published a zero-day security bug in one of the webs most popular database administration software packages.
| |IBM’s New 53-qubit Quantum ‘mainframe’ Is Live In The Cloud IBM has boosted its growing stable of quantum computers with a new 53-quantum bit (qubit) device, the most powerful ever offered for commercial use.
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