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Google may have accidentally sent your private videos to some random person

Most people don’t give a second thought to using Google Photos to store and share their personal images and videos—until something goes wrong. Like this: Google is warning some users that their videos might have accidentally ended up in someone […]

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Update: Avast kills Jumpshot data-collection business after privacy concerns mount

Avast said Thursday that it will wind down its data-collection service, Jumpshot, in response to concerns that it was collecting personal information about users from its free antivirus programs without the full knowledge and consent.Avast and its subsidiary AVG, caught […]

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FastestVPN review: A surprising upgrade for 2020

FastestVPN in brief: P2P allowed: Yes Business location: Cayman Islands Number of servers: 250+ Number of country locations: 30 Cost: $30 per year VPN protocol: IKEv2 Data encryption: AES-256-GCM Data authentication: MS-Chap v2 and TLS Handshake: SH... Read More

New ‘CacheOut’ attack targets Intel processors, with a fix arriving soon

Researchers have discovered and published information on what they’re calling CacheOut, a vulnerability in most Intel CPUs that allows an attacker to target more specific data, even stored within Intel’s secured SGX enclave.Intel assigned what’s known as the CVE-2020-0549 vulnerability a […]

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