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  • Tor 8.5 first stable browser for Android now available

    The Tor project has officially released a stable version 8.5 of its TOR browser for Android devices. TOR is an abbreviation for “The Onion Router”. It's open-source software that is known for allowing users to visit a site online anonymously. A portion of the World Wide Web th...

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  • 12,000+ MongoDB databases deleted by Unistellar attackers

    Since the past three weeks, over 12,000 unsecured MongoDB databases have been deleted with only a message left behind that to contact the cyber-extortionists to have data restored, according to the research reports. This is not the first time happening, previously in September 2017, MongoDB d...

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  • Microsoft Edge now available for preview on Mac

    Now, Microsoft has released the next version of its Microsoft Edge browser for macOS. This marks the first official release from the software giant. According to Microsoft, Edge for macOS offers the same overall browsing experience as its Windows 10, but it has better "look and feel" t...

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  • Google will shutdown virtual reality platform Jump in June

    Now Google has decided to shut down its Jump virtual reality (VR) platform and that would go offline by the end of June.   Jump is Google's professional VR video solution that launched in 2015. It makes 3D 360-degree video production at scale possible with automated video stitchin...

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  • Chrome OS 74 rolling out by disabling hyperthreading feature

    Since a few months, Google has continued to update its support on Chrome OS. And now, a software update to Chrome OS 74 is rolling out to the devices with disabling Hyper-Threading, and bringing some mitigations to help with this security issue. Hyper-Threading, Intel's implementation of ...

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  • Four new vulnerabilities affecting Intel chips

    Now, once again, Intel is in the spotlight. Intel has disclosed a fault in its software chips that, if exploited, could allow hackers to access sensitive information directly from processors.   TechCrunch announced on Tuesday that security researchers from Graz University of Technolog...

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  • A major security vulnerability was discovered in WhatsApp

    Once again, WhatsApp has exposed a vulnerability in its system that could have allowed hackers access to its users' phones.   The social messaging service has explained that it had discovered and fixed a vulnerability that could allow attackers to implant malicious code on a victi...

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  • Arch Linux now available on Microsoft Store

    Now, Windows Subsystem for Linux fans will be happy to know that the Arch Linux distribution is now available from the Microsoft Store.   On May 7, 2019, a new Linux distribution "WSL Arch Linux" was added to the Microsoft Store. WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) is a tec...

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