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Mozilla Turns Off “Firefox Send” Following Malware Abuse Reports
8th Jul 2020 [31 hours ago] from Naked Security
Sadly, the easier and safer you make your file sharing service, the more attractive it becomes to the crooks.
Kinda Sorta Weakened Version Of EARN IT Act Creeps Closer
8th Jul 2020 [35 hours ago] from Naked Security
Critics say the amended bill thats headed for a full Senate hearing still threatens encryption, albeit less blatantly.
Company Web Names Hijacked Via Outdated Cloud DNS Records
7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from Naked Security
Why hack into a server when you can just send vistors to a fake alternative instead?
Flashy Nigerian Instagram Star Extradited To US To Face BEC Charges
7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from Naked Security
Its a short jump from a Rolls Royce ride to extradition from the UAE. Goodbye, Dubai, goodbye, Palazzo Versace, hello, Chicago jail cell.
Boston Bans Government Use Of Facial Recognition
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from Naked Security
To help end systemic racism, well stay away from an error-prone technology thats been shown to have racial bias, the city council said.
Monday Review – The Hot 11 Stories Of The Week
6th Jul 2020 [3 days ago] from Naked Security
Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days - it's weekly roundup time.
Facebook Hoaxes Back In The Spotlight – What To Tell Your Friends
3rd Jul 2020 [6 days ago] from Naked Security
At the risk of giving you a feeling of déjà vu all over again, its time to talk about Facebook hoaxes once more.
Google Buys AR Smart-glasses Company North
3rd Jul 2020 [6 days ago] from Naked Security
Theyre not surveillance spectacles, says Google, just a piece in the jigsaw of "ambient computing", where helpfulness is all around you.
MongoDB Ransom Threats Step Up From Blackmail To Full-on Wiping
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from Naked Security
Still thinking "the crooks probably wont find me if I make a security blunder"?
133m Records For Sale As Fruits Of Data Breach Spree Keep Raining Down
2nd Jul 2020 [7 days ago] from Naked Security
Databases can be had for as little as $100, on up to $1,100. Most, if not all, are being sold by the hacking group Shiny Hunters.
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