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Most of the vulnerabilities targeted were found in the iPhone’s default Safari web browser Google security experts uncovered an “indiscriminate” hacking operation that targeted iPhones over a period of at least two years and used websites to implant malicious software to access photos, users’ locations and other data. In a post on the blog of...
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Android users should start to see the feature in their Excel apps. The days of having to enter data manually are coming to an end. Microsoft’s newest feature for Excel, “Insert Data from Picture” has begun rolling out to users. The feature, first announced at the Ignite conference last September, lets you take a photo in the […]
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The rollout will enable internet users to browse the internet in exchange for engaging with their favourite brands.
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Think your easy to remember password’s secure enough? Think again! We live in an age where we need to be more careful than ever of people with nefarious intentions accessing our accounts on the various platforms and websites we use. Applications such as free password software can keep you from having to remember different passwords […]
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Will Facterbot help improve Facebook’s reputation? Whether it’s an unresearched meme your anti-vaxxer sister-in-law shared or an attack ad funded by a foreign agent, there’s no doubt that Facebook has been complicit in helping spread vicious lies, ridiculous rumors, and good grief–flat earth weirdness. While the site claims that it cannot control this level of […]
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Cause uncertain but the effects are clear to see. A viral video from a cellular repair shop’s surveillance camera is making the rounds, showing a potentially dangerous explosion. In the video, an employee of the Las Vegas shop can be seen working at a counter–some accounts say he was replacing a cracked screen on another […]
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