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Should You Install Apple’s iOS 12.3.1?

Rolled out a couple of days ago, Apple’s latest versions of iOS features numerous bug and security fixes. According to the company, the latest patch also includes a fix to the infamous fingerprint vulnerability, which allowed hackers to track a device around the Internet. All in all, version 12.3.1 touts …

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Tor Unveils New Browser for Android Users

Despite Tor becoming more or less synonymous to illegal dark web escapes, up to date, it’s the best solution for preserving anonymity. In a bid to offer an open-source product which basically levels all online users, making them impossible to trace, Tor has unveiled its plans to deliver an Android …

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Fake Crypto Wallets Apps Removed from Google Play Store

Google Play Store has recently begun what one would call the great app purging. Ever since BTC prices have gone through the roof, hundreds of fake crypto apps surfaced in Google’s Play Store. Disguised into legit crypto wallets, these apps only phish the users’ credentials without making a single deposit …

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Security Researcher Reveals Windows 10 Zero-Day Vulnerability

A security researcher has recently revealed a major Windows 10 vulnerability that could potentially give a hacker full access to a computer. The researcher, which goes by the GitHub handle SandboxEscaper, said that the exploit had been successfully tested on machines running the 32- and 64-bit version of Windows 10. …

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Microsoft Quietly Removes Huawei Laptops from Online Store

In the wake of Trump’s exec order, which prohibits US companies from buying and using foreign telecom tech, Microsoft has removed Huawei laptops from its online store. Whereas a couple of weeks ago, the company was trumpeting the latest X Pro laptop in the MateBook series, now all search inquests …

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Huawei In Talks with Aptoide Following Google Play Ban

It was a hard blow for the Chinese telecom company when Trump ordered all foreign players to pack up their bags and leave the country. Fortunately, it would seem that Huawei will refuse to roll with the blows. According to a recent press statement, the Chinese company is reportedly in …

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Google Announces Bug Fix for Stored Plain-Text Passwords Issue

Earlier this week, Google wrote in its Cloud blog that a zero-day vulnerability had been identified and fix. The issue, which dates back to Gmail Suite’s 2005, would store plain-text passwords on a server that could have been easily targeted by hackers. Why would Google store plain-text passwords? In or …

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Baltimore Crippled Following Massive Ransomware Attack

A massive Ransomware attack that took place not two weeks ago has crippled the entire city of Baltimore. Though the FBI’s Cybersecurity Department is working around the clock to release the servers and identify the perpetrators, the city’s Mayor might not have any other choice but to comply with the …

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