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| |Phone Fingerprint Scanner Fooled By Chewing Gum Packet A video has surfaced claiming to show someone unlocking a Nokia 9 by tapping a gum packet against the fingerprint scanner.
| |Hotspot Finder App Blabs 2 Million Wi-Fi Network Passwords If you used WiFi Finder, your passwords to both public and private networks have been left online in an unprotected database.
| |Once Again, It’s 123456: The Password That Says ‘I Give Up’ A new survey says 46% of users find security confusing, which helps explain how that old clunker keeps popping to the top of breach lists.
| |Tuesday Review – The Hot 21 Stories Of The Week A day late! From the weakness in several VPNs to the Internet Explorer browser flaw, and much more - catch up on everything we wrote last week.
| |Can You Get Hit By Someone Else’s Ransomware? [VIDEO] How to protect yourself from being *affected* by malware, even if youre not yourself *infected*.
| |WannaCry Hero Hutchins Now Officially A Convicted Cybercriminal The youngster who spent his own money to protect people from the WannaCry virus has pleaded guilty to malware-related cybercrime charges.
| |Facebook: We Logged 100x More Instagram Plaintext Passwords Than We Thought Facebook has updated tens of thousands of plaintext Instagram passwords ended up in logfile to say it was more like a million.
| |Serious Security: Ransomware You’ll Never Find – And How To Stop It What if you got hit by ransomware - but the malware program itself was on the other side of the world where youd never find it?
| |Facebook User Data Used As Bargaining Chip, According To Leaked Docs Leaked internal docs used to claim "privacy was an afterthought" at Facebook
| |Google Plays Whack-A-Mole With Naughty Android Developers Android developers without a track record are going to be submitted to more checks in order to stamp out those of “bad faith.”
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