Category: privacy

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FortiClient improper access control exposes users’ VPN credentialsSecurity Affairs

FortiClient improper access control exposes users’ VPN credentialsSecurity Affairs

FortiClient for Linux, Mac OSX and Windows stores encrypted VPN authentication credentials in impr ...
See if someone is using your Netflix account

See if someone is using your Netflix account

Your Netflix is a personal space. What you watch, when you watch it, and how often you watch it can reveal a lot about you. The last thing you want is ...
Pentagon contractor leaves social media spy archive wide open on Amazon

Pentagon contractor leaves social media spy archive wide open on Amazon

Wikipedia A Pentagon contractor left a vast archive of social-media posts on a publicly accessible Amazon account in what appears to b ...
Senators push to ditch social security numbers in light of Equifax hack

Senators push to ditch social security numbers in light of Equifax hack

Eyeing more secure alternatives to social security numbers, lawmakers in the U.S. are looking abroad. Today, the Senate Commerce Committee question ...
Four years later, Yahoo still doesn’t know how Russia hacked 3 billion accounts

Four years later, Yahoo still doesn’t know how Russia hacked 3 billion accounts

On Wednesday, in a security hearing that called both Equifax and Yahoo’s past and present executives to Washington D.C., we’re learning a bit more ...
Facebook’s testing a new method to prevent revenge porn that requires uploading your nudes

Facebook’s testing a new method to prevent revenge porn that requires uploading your nudes

Facebook is testing a new method to combat revenge porn in Australia, the Australia Broadcasting Corporation reports. The strategy entails uploadin ...
UK bulk spying challenge in European Court of Human Rights

UK bulk spying challenge in European Court of Human Rights

Legal representatives of the UK government faced a raft of questions today from judges sitting in the European Court of Human Rights hearing a chal ...
Smart Cities May Be The Death of Privacy As We Know It

Smart Cities May Be The Death of Privacy As We Know It

The Rise of the Smart City The city of Barcelona is a sensory bustle. Elaborate tiled buildings glint beneath swaying pa ...
PSA: Don’t train Face ID on your sibling’s face accidentally

PSA: Don’t train Face ID on your sibling’s face accidentally

Some people are griping about Face ID, noting that sometimes their siblings can open their iPhone Xs using Face ID. There’s a simple reason for thi ...
A closer look at the capabilities and risks of iPhone X face mapping

A closer look at the capabilities and risks of iPhone X face mapping

On Friday Apple fans were queuing to get their hands on the newly released iPhone X: The flagship smartphone that Apple deemed ...
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