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Firefox to pile on more native privacy features

Mozilla is integrating its Lockwise password manager directly into the browser and expanding its support for the Have I Been Pwned website.

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Shapeshifting Morpheus chip aims to baffle hackers

Morpheus aims to make hacking so difficult at microprocessor level that attackers will give up long before they can do any damage.

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FaceApp privacy panic sets internet alight

You grant FaceApp a perpetual, irrevocable license to use, reproduce, modify and adapt your image. Sounds scary.

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Series 2 launch episode – RDP exposed [PODCAST]

The Naked Security Podcast is back. Listen now, and let us know what you think!

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Hacked Bluetooth hair straighteners are too hot to handle

The Glamoriser Smart Bluetooth straightener offers up yet another example of how not to add a risky product to the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Google Chrome is ditching its XSS detection tool

Google’s throwing in the towel on XSS Auditor and putting its trust in Trusted Types instead.

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Still not using HTTPS? Firefox is about to shame you

Two years after promising to report all HTTP-based web pages as insecure, Mozilla is about to deliver.

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