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Is Netflix Cracking Down On Password Sharing?
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from PCWorld
Some Netflix viewers are being asked to enter a verification code sent to the account holder before they start streaming.
6-foot Social Distancing Not Necessary In Classrooms, New Study Says
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from Yahoo News
6-foot Social Distancing Not Necessary In Classrooms, New Study Says
Ex-contractor Accessed Vic Govt IT System 260 Times A Year After Leaving
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from iTnews
Former department breached privacy laws.
Cyberattack Forces Brewery Shutdown At Molson Coors
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from SecurityWeek
Cyberattack Against Molson Coors Impacts Brewery Operations, Production, and Shipments read more
Woman Who Fell Prey To QAnon And Went Viral For Destroying A Target Mask Display Recounts Her Pandemic Year
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from Yahoo News
Woman Who Fell Prey To QAnon And Went Viral For Destroying A Target Mask Display Recounts Her Pandemic Year
House Passes Bill To Expand Background Checks For Gun Sales
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from Yahoo News
House Passes Bill To Expand Background Checks For Gun Sales
Data Security And Governance Provider Privacera Raises $50 Million
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from SecurityWeek
Cloud data governance and security solutions provider Privacera this week announced that it has closed a $50 million Series B funding round, roughly half a year after raising $13.5 million in a Series A round. read more
This Netgear SOHO Switch Has 15 – Count Em! – Vulns, Which Means You Need To Upgrade The Firmware... Now
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from The Register
One of them is a critical RCE bug Netgear has released a swathe of security and firmware updates for its JGS516PE Ethernet switch after researchers from NCC Group discovered 15 vulnerabilities in the device – including an unauthenticated...
This Malware Was Written In An Unusual Programming Language To Stop It From Being Detected
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from ZDNet
NimzaLoader malware is unusual because its written in a programming language rarely used by cyber criminals - which could make it harder to detect and defend against.
How Confidential Are Your Calls? This IPhone App Shared Them With Everyone!
11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from Naked Security
Caveat utilitor! Caveat emptor! Caveat programmator!
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