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We are still failing to learn the most important lesson in cybersecurity. That needs to change, fast
One year ago, a newly discovered zero-day vulnerability rocked the world of cybersecurity, but 12 months on, there are clear signs that vital lessons haven't been learned. The catchily-titled CVE-2021-44228 was and still is an easy to exploit vulnerability in the widely used Java logging library Apache Log4j, which enables attackers to remotely gain access to and take control of machines and servers.
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Eufy Security has attracted attention in the security camera world recently for cybersecurity flaws, with some users saying Eufy has misled consumers by uploading local-only data to cloud servers without user knowledge, and pointing out holes in video data security that enable remote access to Eufy cameras' livestreams using VLC player.
Apple is tipped not to be able to ship its long-rumored mixed AR and VR headset until the second half of 2023 due to "software-related issues", according to noted Apple-focused analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo had previously estimated Apple would ship its mixed reality headset en masse by the second quarter...
Google is testing end-to-end encryption in group chats, the company said Friday. Android phone users interested in joining the open beta program can find instructions for signing up in the Android Messages Help Center. Google Messages, the company's texting app, already supports end-to-end encryption for one-on-one text messages. Encryption "shouldn't...
It was only a matter of time before a story detailing the successful use of the iPhone 14's Emergency SOS via Satellite to save someone after the feature launched last month. And now we have it. On Dec. 1, in the early morning hours, Alaska State Troopers received an alert...
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given Elon Musk's SpaceX the go-ahead to build and launch 7,500 of its second generation (Gen2) Starlink satellites. However, the FCC only 'partially' granted SpaceX the right to launch its constellation of Gen2 non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) satellites: SpaceX had applied to launch 29,988 Gen2 satellites. According to the FCC, SpaceX had launched more than 3,500 Gen1 Starlink satellites as of October 2022.