The UK’s privacy regulator has warned Experian that it has nine months to comply with an enforcement notice or face a potentially huge GDPR fineRead more
Amazon has sent emails to users warning of a rogue insider who has been fired after disclosing customer details to a third party. As detailed inRead more
Image: Eric Krull The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received almost 2 million complaints from Americans regarding illegal robocalls during the first nine months of 2020.Read more
Now, the Zoom is rolling out end-to-end encryptions for all users globally, except iOS app. Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, withRead more
Microsoft says that Office 365 customers can use unlimited disposable recipient email addresses after the Plus Addressing feature rolled out to all Exchange Online users.Read more
Apple macOS X users with HP printers are left unable to print from their computers after Apple revoked a certificate that signed HP’s print drivers.Read more
The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge was first released in January 2020 and is getting better every month with new Dev and Canary releases. Earlier this year,Read more
Microsoft has released the KB4577586 update to remove Adobe Flash from Windows and prevents it from being installed again. In September 2020, Microsoft announced that an optionalRead more
Mozilla today started rolling out Firefox 82.0.1, a new version that fixes a known bug where the Windows installer displays unnecessary reboot prompts on someRead more
Schools have admitted to creating gaps in their security by rapidly transitioning to remote education in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19. TheRead more
Blueprints of government buildings and bank vaults among exposed files A data breach has leaked thousands of sensitive documents including the blueprints of bank vaultsRead more
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