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When we enter sensitive information – our names, passwords, payment card information, medical information, what have you – into websites, we do it with the expectation that it will be kept confidential and safe and will not be misused by the company running the site. Most tech-savvy users know that there are many ways this […]

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We’ve all heard about cases when someone’s ex reveals their intimate photos online without their consent. Even celebrities are not immune, and their leaked images keep tabloids well fed. For most users, the release of such private images — revenge porn — can feel like the end of the world, and in fact, a few […]

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Organizations using port-based network access control (NAC) devices to contain wireless intruders may be less secure than they assume. Unless an organization is using the most secure WPA2-EAP authentication, an attacker with an initial foothold on the enterprise wireless network can bypass the protections enabled by NAC appliances and pivot deeper into the enterprise. Read […]

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The Mozilla Foundation is boosting privacy in an upcoming version of its Firefox browser by removing the snooping capability called canvas fingerprinting, a method of tracking users across multiple websites. The feature is expected to be removed in January 2018 with the introduction of Firefox 58, according to Mozilla. Read More

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