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The Pixel 4 doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor so 1Password has been updated to use facial recognition. Android Police has all the details, but it primarily boils down to 1Password using the face unlock feature to gain access to the encrypted vault of its data. As I’ve said many times, I believe everyone should be using a password manager. There are a lot of choices out there. Typically you would use a very strong…
Brave is a privacy-focused browser and just came out of beta with its 1.0 version. It is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS. The Verge reports, “Brave promises to prioritize security by blocking third-party ads, trackers, and autoplay videos automatically. So you don’t need to go into your settings to ensure greater privacy, though you can adjust those settings if you want to.” Let’s face it. Ads on websites are annoying. That’s…
If you are a Windows 10 user, you may have noticed a different icon to designate USB drives in Windows Explorer. Instead of showing a normal USB drive icon, Windows 10 1903 currently shows a generic storage icon. It is unknown when the bug first surfaced. Bleeping Computer has a post that shows what the icon looks like now and what it should look like. In a recent update, the issue is caused when the…
You would think that if you have an application configured to send and receive encrypted email the expectation is that the messages would be secured. According to a Threat Post report, Apple IT specialist Bob Gendler discovered the problem while he was investigating how macOS and Siri suggest contacts and information to users. Apple’s digital assistant goes ahead and stores your emails in plain text on your Mac’s drive. Apparently, Apple still knows better…
We’ve all received or know of someone that got a phone call from “tech support” claiming that our computer is infected and sending alerts to the company. The call may claim to come from Microsoft, Symantec, Apple or any other well-known tech company. The Register reported that Trend Micro customers are the latest to be targeted. Trend Micro said names, email addresses, ticket support numbers, and in some cases phone numbers, of around 68,000 customers…