Microsoft Windows Security Updates January 2020 overview (end of Windows 7 support edition) – Tempemail

Welcome to the first Microsoft Patch Day overview of 2020 and the last Patch Day for the company’s Windows 7 operating system (as well as for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2). Microsoft released security updates for all supported client and server versions of windows on the January 2020 Patch Tuesday. The company […]

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Why Do Android Flashlight Apps Need Dozens of Permissions?

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. No one should be downloading a flashlight app in the Year of Our Lord 2019 — that’s why both Google and Apple have integrated the ability into their devices as part of the base operating system. Avast security researcher Luis […]

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Shape Security hits $1B valuation with $51M Series F – gpgmail

Anti-fraud startup Shape Security has tipped over the $1 billion valuation mark following its latest Series F round of $51 million. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company announced the fundraise Thursday, bringing the total amount of outside investment to $183 million since the company debuted in 2011. C5 Capital led the round, along with several other […]

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Web feature developers told to dial up attention on privacy and security – gpgmail

Web feature developers are being warned to step up attention to privacy and security as they design contributions. Writing in a blog post about “evolving threats” to Internet users’ privacy and security, the W3C standards body’s technical architecture group (TAG) and Privacy Interest Group (PING) set out a series of revisions to the W3C’s Security […]

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The Wikimedia Foundation taps $2.5M from Craig Newmark to beef up its security – gpgmail

Last week, users around the world found Wikipedia down after the online, crowdsourced encyclopedia became the target of a massive, sustained DDoS attack — one that it is still actively fighting several days later (even though the site is now back up). Now, in a coincidental twist of timing, Wikipedia’s parent, the Wikimedia Foundation, is […]

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The Wikimedia Foundation taps $2.5M from Craig Newmark to beef up its security – gpgmail

Last week, users around the world found Wikipedia down after the online, crowdsourced encyclopedia became the target of a massive, sustained DDoS attack — one that it is still actively fighting several days later (even though the site is now back up). Now, in a coincidental twist of timing, Wikipedia’s parent, the Wikimedia Foundation, is […]

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Telegram fixes bug that failed to delete ‘unsent’ photos and videos – gpgmail

Mobile messaging app Telegram has fixed a bug allowing users to recover photos and videos “unsent” by other people. Telegram, which has more than 100 million users, has an ephemeral messaging feature that allows users to “unsend” sent messages from other people’s inboxes, such as when a message is sent by mistake. But one security […]

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