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Despite our continued recommendation NOT to store any passwords or other information in a browser, people just continue to do it. We believe that using a password manager rather than using a browser’s feature is a better alternative. What if you don’t know what you’ve saved in the browser? There is an easy way to see the data you’ve saved in Chrome on your Android devices. Launch Chrome on your Android device. Click the three…
If you own a MacBook Pro, you may not be able to legally take it for an airplane ride. The FAA stated it was “aware of the recalled batteries that are used in some Apple MacBook Pro laptops” and alerted major US airlines about the recall in July. According to a CNET post, Apple initiated a voluntary recall in June for 15-inch Pros sold between September 2015 and February 2017. The use of lithium-ion…
It was just a matter of time before ransomware attacks moved from our computers to other devices. Researchers from CheckPoint released a report detailing how an attacker could install ransomware on a DSLR camera by using the Picture Transfer Protocol. The vulnerability was found in the firmware of Canon cameras and can be exploited over USB and Wi-Fi connections. The flaw impacts Canon EOS-series digital SLR and mirrorless cameras, PowerShot SX740 HS, PowerShot SX70 HS,…
Nothing is totally secure. Project Zero, Google’s team of elite hackers tasked with finding vulnerabilities in competitors’ (and Google) products, just drove that point home. A new report by Project Zero identified ten new ways that an iPhone can be compromised by attackers. Silvanovich and fellow Project Zero researcher Samuel Groß revealed the flaws last week at the Black Hat hacking and security conference in Las Vegas. The vulnerabilities involve services such as text messaging,…
A pair of security researchers has discovered 49 vulnerabilities in the drivers and software of six common printer brands. The impacted manufacturers are Brother, HP, Kyocera, Lexmark, Xerox and Ricoh. Matt Lewis, research director at NCC Group, said in a statement, “Because printers have been around for so long, they’re not seen as enterprise IoT devices — but they’re embedded in corporate networks and therefore pose a significant risk. Building security into the development life…