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Does Instagram invade your privacy using camera access?

Last Thursday in the Northern District of California, Brittany Conditi filed a class-action complaint against Instagram and its parent company Facebook for invasion of privacy alleging that Instagram accessed users’ smartphone cameras when not using features that would require camera access, despite the defendants’ representations to the contrary. Specifically, the party who initiated the lawsuit […]

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75% MSP’s sees opportunities in working from home

According to the Managed Service Providers based on a study from Altaro, with home workers in mind, they can shift their services to that domain, whereby more devices must be secured outside the company walls. This provides a way to partially offset the losses that MSPs have suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic. Cloud computing and […]

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Politicans required strong password on Twitter

To protect accounts related to the US presidential election, Twitter will require a strong password for these accounts. These users are also recommended to set up two-factor authentication. The microblogging service has announced this on its own website. In this way, Twitter wants to protect so-called “high-profile accounts” during the upcoming presidential elections. These include […]

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CISA and FBI are actively reporting vulnerabilities in F5, Pulse Secure, Citrix, BIG-IP and Exchange

Groups of attackers are actively exploiting known vulnerabilities in F5, Pulse Secure, Citrix, Exchange and BIG-IP to attack organizations, the FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the US Department of Homeland Security said in warnings. It would be groups operating from Iran and China. The group actively searches the Internet for […]