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Configuring New Facebook interface for More Secure Social Networking – DVIDS

The U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command’s Major Cybercrime Unit recommends checking your user privacy and security settings due to a newly released interface for Facebook. This month, Facebook users will stop seeing the ‘classic’ version, the one with the blue navigation bar at the top, on the widely used …

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Intel Tiger Lake tested: Xe graphics make thin-and-light gaming worthwhile – PC Gamer

Earlier this month, Intel announced that its 11th Gen Tiger Lake CPUs were on the way to laptops manufacturers, offering a hefty improvement over their Ice Lake counterparts. Today, we’re putting that to the test. Intel has provided us with an internal engineering laptop, based on a familiar OEM design, …

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TikTok and WeChat: US to ban app downloads in 48 hours

image copyrightAlamy/EPA/Alamy TikTok and WeChat will be banned from US app stores from Sunday, unless President Donald Trump agrees to a last-minute deal. The Department of Commerce said it would bar people in the US from downloading the messaging and video-sharing apps through any app store on any platform. The …

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Proofpoint Points Still Lower, Despite Increased Need for Cybersecurity – RealMoney

In his first “Executive Decision” segment of Mad Money Thursday evening, Jim Cramer spoke with Gary Steele, CEO of Proofpoint Inc. (PFPT) , the cybersecurity company that’s been lagging its peers with shares off 7.4% for the year.  Steele said cybersecurity is more in demand than ever. He said the …

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Business Owner Said Hacker Stole Her Credit Card Reward Points In A Growing Scam – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Have you checked your travel rewards or credit card points? One local business owner said someone hacked into her account and drained not her funds, but her reward points. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas talked to an expert who said it is a kind of fraud that is …

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A Malware App “Fooled” Apple and Got into App Store’s Security! – Chronicles PR

We all know that “Apple” or “macOS” is known for there cybersecurity, the popular belief is that most of the malware and viruses which are built to attack Window PCs can’t affect Macs, but in the recent turn of events this statement is no longer true. Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky shed …

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12 Most useful gadgets you can buy now – Gadget Flow

Gadgets are, by definition, useful. They help make tasks easier or give you capabilities that you otherwise wouldn’t have. And that’s the theme of Friday’s roundup; gadgets that are extremely useful. These are some of the most practical items out there, devices that can seal bags of garbage or call …

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Iranian hacker group developed Android malware to steal 2FA SMS codes – ZDNet

Security firm Check Point said it uncovered an Iranian hacking group that has developed special Android malware capable of intercepting and stealing two-factor authentication (2FA) codes sent via SMS. The malware was part of an arsenal of hacking tools developed by a hacker group the company has nicknamed Rampant Kitten. Check …

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Bandwidth Finalizes STIR/SHAKEN Interoperability with T-Mobile for Legacy Sprint Customers – PRNewswire

RALEIGH, N.C., Sept. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Bandwidth Inc. (NASDAQ: BAND), a software company focused on communications for the enterprise, today announced the completion of testing and launch of STIR/SHAKEN interoperability with T-Mobile for legacy Sprint customers, now that Sprint is part of T-Mobile. The exchange of validated traffic between …

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Huawei’s P40 Pro Plus is the smartphone zoom king – The Verge

It’s difficult to recommend that anyone in the West go buy a Huawei phone right now, since the Chinese tech giant is forbidden from shipping Google apps and services on its products. Their technical chops, however, should be in no doubt. I reviewed the flagship P40 Pro phone earlier this …

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