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samedi 21 avril 2018, 02:09
FTC's heavily redacted report says everything's hunky dory The US Federal Trade Commission has released an audit of Facebook's privacy practices and it turns out there's nothing to worry about, at least as far as accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is concerned.…
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Health Stream, are you out there? The guy that found your data leak wants a word A US healthcare company seemingly exposed on the public internet contact information for roughly 10,000 medical professionals.…
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Twitter's loss is the EFF's gain Twitter says it will no longer run ads from beleaguered security vendor Kaspersky Lab.…
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vendredi 20 avril 2018, 23:20
Sorry about the hard-coded passwords, can we sell you some crypto now? RSA has copped to a security vulnerability in the mobile app it served to attendees of its annual security conference, held this week in San Francsico.…
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Sorry about the hard-coded passwords, can we sell you some crypto now? RSA has copped to a security vulnerability in the backend systems powering the smartphone app for its annual security conference, held this week in San Francisco, USA.…
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Scalded smoker seeks damages for bills and burns Amazon, LG Electronics and KMG-Imports are being sued by a man from the US State of Rhode Island for selling a vaping box and batteries that allegedly burst into flames and set him on fire.…
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Scalded smoker wants injury damages, healthcare bills paid Amazon, LG Electronics and KMG-Imports are being sued by a man in the US State of Rhode Island for selling a vaping box and batteries that allegedly burst into flames and set him on fire.…
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Kane Gamble gambles and loses on hacking skills The British teenager who was sufficiently talented and stupid to hack the webmail of the head of the CIA was today sent down for two years.…
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Because 10.13.4 is seemingly unstable and performing poorly An increasing number of Mac loyalists are complaining that the latest desktop operating system update from Apple is killing their computers.…
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Because 10.13.4 is seemingly unstable and performing poorly An increasing number of Mac users are complaining that the latest update from Apple is killing their computers.…
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Relive that sphincter-loosening Blue Screen of Death Video Let us pause for a moment and reflect on the fact that 20 years have passed since Windows 98 memorably fell over during Bill Gates' presentation at Comdex.…
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Relive that sphincter-loosening moment all over again Let us pause for a moment and reflect on the fact that 20 years have passed since Windows 98 memorably blue screened during a Bill Gates presentation at Comdex.…
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Vessel charts a course to pirate tax haven A Playmobil pirate ships's journey to the Caribbean sea risks being scuppered as its supplies run low.…
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Plenty of laser research already going on – but there's more than one way to melt a drone The EU is planning to build a laser cannon with double the power of Britain's under-construction Dragonfire zapper, according to reports – but the general state of the tech doesn't...
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What a time to be alive Wireless charging is becoming an ever more popular way to juice up consumer gadgets, but an international team of scientists may have figured out how to scrap the mat too.…
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Still firmly in Big Mike's clutches despite IPO Pivotal has set its initial public offering share price at $15, with hopes of raising $555m and an anticipated $14-$16 price band. The shares are expected to trade on the New York Stock Exchange from today.…
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Ask for clear budgets, better training and yup, public engagement The state of the NHS's digital infrastructure and a lack of clear budgets risk holding back the UK’s efforts in genomic medicine and research, MPs have said.…
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UK mobe network ups charges for sunshine selfie-takers, just in time for their hols Mobile operator Three UK is celebrating the approach of British summer by, er, hiking its charges for some of its services.…
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At least 100 out at cloud data wrangling biz, sources claim Troubled private-equity-owned Veritas started making layoffs in the UK yesterday as its parent continues to implement cost-cutting measures.…
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Just 23k requests in first half of 2017, says Windows giant Government requests for people's data from Microsoft fell to the all-time low of 23,000 in the last half of 2017, as Redmond's rate of rejecting the requests rose to a high of 17 per cent.…
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