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Open Up the Source Code to Lock Down Your Data

Meaningful security is more than an app or an OS. It’s a mindset. Linux security tools by themselves will not make you or anyone more secure. Security requires trade-offs in convenience, so the tools I’ll highlight here are not recommended as “daily drivers.” Only you can determine your ideal balance point. Perhaps the single greatest […]

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Chrome Will Finally Crack Down on Annoying Page Redirects

Chrome has become the most popular web browser in the world, and this paired with their search ranking algorithm has enabled Google to shape the way a lot of websites function. Pop-ups and loud audio from auto-playing videos used to be major annoyances on the web, for instance, but Chrome has blocked much of this […]

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Android Distribution Numbers for September Shows Nougat is Up, Everything Else is Down

Google has a habit of releasing the Android distribution numbers right after they start rolling out the monthly security update for supported Nexus and Pixel devices. The company did publish their security bulletin details earlier in the month, but it wasn’t until today that we started to see the OTA updates reach consumers. So now […]

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Cyberattackers Kick Down a Few Parliament Email Doors

The United Kingdom’s Parliament on Monday reported a cyberattack on its email system over the weekend, when hackers attempted to access user accounts without authorization. Due to the “robust measures” in place to protect the legislative body’s accounts and networks, fewer than 1 percent of the 9,000 accounts on the network were compromised, officials said. […]

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