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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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Your home is not just bricks and mortar anymore – it is becoming a connected web of technology that needs to be protected. Every new smart ‘thing’ we bring into our homes – be it just a simple smart meter or Amazon’s Alexa – increases the number of devices connected via our internet router and, […]

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Earlier this week, a researcher from the University of Leuven discovered a critical flaw in the WPA2 wireless communication standard that leaves all Wi-Fi-connected devices vulnerable to attacks. Now, we will lay out simple steps users can take to mitigate risk until the Wi-Fi Alliance comes up with a fix. As we wrote yesterday, researcher […]

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Google said Tuesday it would offer stronger online security for “high risk” users who may be frequent targets of online attacks. The US technology titan said anyone with a personal Google account can enroll in the new “advanced protection,” while noting that it will require users to “trade off a bit of convenience” for extra […]

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