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Slack in the security spotlight – lessons for collaboration servers

Interested in WFH collaration tools right now? Lots of people are – so here’s a history lesson to learn from…

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Update Firefox again – more RCEs and an Android “takeover” bug too

Hot on the heels of Firefox’s emergency update over the weekend are the four-weekly fixes that Mozilla had in train already. Get ’em now!

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Microsoft project proposed to aid Linux IoT code integrity

Imagine a computer user from 2010 dreaming of a world in which Microsoft is not only an enthusiastic proponent of open source software but actively contributes to it with its own ideas. The time is now.

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As if the world couldn’t get any weirder, this AI toilet scans your anus to identify you

It’s what the researchers call “A mountable toilet system for personalized health monitoring via the analysis of excreta.”

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Twitter warns users – Firefox might hold on to private messages

Whose fault was it – Twitter or Firefox? (It’s fixed now, to be clear.)

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Two schoolkids sue Google for collecting biometrics

The suit is about biometrics and children’s privacy in Google’s education apps, which are suddenly, wildly popular now due to COVID-19.

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Thousands of Android apps contain undocumented backdoors, study finds

A study has found that thousands of legitimate Android apps are taking liberties or installing with capabilities that users wouldn’t expect to exist.

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