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| |Browsing From The Coffee Shop? You Might Want To Try Googles New VPN Service 30th Oct 2020 [19 hours ago] from ZDNet Googles new VPN feature is aimed at protecting Google One users privacy when browsing from insecure hotspots.
| |Microsoft Says Hackers Continue To Target Zerologon Vulnerability Microsoft this week revealed that it continues to receive reports from customers of attacks targeting the Zerologon vulnerability.
| |After 50 Years, A Suspect Emerges In A Cold Murder Case Rosalie Sanz was a teenager in 1969 when she looked out the window of her familys San Diego home on a dark November night and saw two men in suits. She remembers her mother listening quietly to the detectives telling her that her 23-year-old...
| |Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Got Served A Lawsuit Via WhatsApp. Court Documents Show That He Received And Read The Message. The case, filed by former top security advisor Dr. Saad Al-Jabri alleges that bin Salman set a hit squad to assassinate him in Canada.
| |Asset Discovery Startup Lucidum Launches With $4 Million In Seed Funding San Jose, California-based asset discovery company Lucidum emerged from stealth mode on Friday with $4 million in seed funding.
| |Marriott Fined £0.05 For Each Of The 339 Million Hotel Guests Whose Data Crooks Were Stealing For Four Years UK watchdogs mooted £99m penalty comes in at just £18.4m Your name, address, phone number, email address, passport number, date of birth, and sex are worth just £0.05 in the eyes of the UK Information Commissioners Office, which has...
| |S3 Ep4: Now THAT’S What I Call A Fire Alarm! [Podcast] Listen to the Naked Security podcast!
| |Nvidia Bundles Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War With GeForce RTX 3080, 3090 30th Oct 2020 [20 hours ago] from PCWorld If you’re been trying in vain to buy an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 over the last month, now you’ll be able to miss out on a free copy of the hotly anticipated Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, too. Kidding, kidding. But if...
| |Critical OpenEMR Vulnerabilities Give Hackers Remote Access To Health Records Several vulnerabilities found by researchers in the OpenEMR software can be exploited by remote hackers to obtain medical records and compromise healthcare infrastructure.
| |Tech Gifts For Your Favorite Junior Roboticists And Hackers 30th Oct 2020 [20 hours ago] from ZDNet If you want to spark the imagination of your kids while at the same time giving them a leg up with some of the tech skills theyll need as adults, you cant go wrong by looking at these products as gifts this holiday season.
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