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Lots of iPhone users aren’t crazy about the iOS built-in browser, Safari, and prefer to use an alternative — Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or even something more exotic like DuckDuckGo, Brave or Microsoft Edge (yes, there’s Edge for iOS!). iPhone users who prefer alternative browsers might get lulled into thinking that the vulnerabilities in Safari […]

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These days, when you go to almost any website, you’ll immediately see a banner at the bottom of the screen asking you to “accept all cookies.” Typically, users agree, to get rid of the annoying text box without delay. Lots of people don’t know if they can decline these mysterious cookies or how to configure […]

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Google seems to be gunning for Microsoft again by going public with a vulnerability in Microsoft Edge before Microsoft could develop a patch.

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