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Several schools and other educational organizations are having to restrict usage of Google’s software, including its Chrome browser and Chrome OS offerings over security and privacy fears. The Dutch Ministry of Education has ordered the country’s education industry to implement the changes following over fears that Google’s software is in conflict with the General Data […]

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Of these, five are use-after-free issues, including four that are considered “high severity.” Use-after-free flaws are triggered when a program does not clear the pointer after freeing memory allocation. Such vulnerabilities may lead to the execution of arbitrary code, to denial of service, or the corruption of data but, if they are combined with other […]

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Veritas Technologies announced the results of a new study revealing that the majority of organizations are underprepared to face threats against their Kubernetes environments. Kubernetes is being rapidly deployed into mission-critical environments in organizations around the world, the research showed, with 86% of organizations expecting to deploy the technology in the next two to three […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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