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Good privacy advice from the US DoD

The US Department of Defense has put out a nifty guide on how to protect your privacy on social media…

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Bad biometrics: Samsung’s new S10 phone

When biometrics work properly, they can provide you with an easy to use security solution with a reasonable level of…

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Malicious data leaks and corporate liability – a tale of two countries

Databreaches.net had a link to a very interesting article about corporate liability for an employee’s malicious leaking of employee information. …

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No, you don’t need to close your LastPass account…

Yesterday, at ShmooCon, security researcher Sean Cassidy announced a vulnerability in the popular LastPass password manager.  He demonstrated a way…

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In DPRK, Linux Watches You

A presentation from this past week’s Chaos Computer Congress shows how totalitarian states (like, in this case, North Korea) can…

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attackers are doing their homework – are you?

Some spear phishing wisdom from Security BSides SFO today… Rohyt Belani of PhishMe told an interesting story highlighting just how…

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it’s not always nice to share

From the department of things that should be common sense, but are not… it is not safe to put confidential…

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location based validation of card transactions and more?

An interesting idea from Visa (of credit card fame) over in Europe… using card members’ mobile phones as location based…

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this conversation may be recorded, just cause i wanna…

From the US Federal Courts (via ThreatLevel)… it turns out that recording a conversation on your iPhone (and I assume…