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Microsoft Edge 92 starts rolling out to mainstream users

Credit: Microsoft On July 22, Microsoft began rolling out version 92 of its Chromium-based browser to the Stable Channel, meaning mainstream users. The new version includes a number of new features, including a new Password Health Dashboard. The Password Health Dashboard is meant to help users refrain from using the ...

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The impact of Apple’s sideloading philosophy on developers

(Image: Apple) On June 23, Apple unleashed messaging to explain why users should only install Apple-approved apps through its App Store on iOS. This is an extension of the US District Court case between Apple and Epic, where Apple positioned “sideloading,” the practice of installing apps outside its App Store, as dangerous.  ...

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Kaseya ransomware attack: Everything you need to know

Kaseya, an IT solutions developer for MSPs and enterprise clients, announced that it had become the victim of a cyberattack on July 2, over the American Independence Day weekend.  It appears that attackers have carried out a supply chain ransomware attack by leveraging a vulnerability in Kaseya’s VSA software against ...

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McAfee discovers vulnerability in Peloton Bike+

McAfee has uncovered a vulnerability in Peloton’s Bike+ line and Tread exercise equipment that would give an attacker full, unnoticed access to the device, including its camera and microphone.  McAfee worked with Peloton in March to fix the issue and Peloton has since released an update that solves the vulnerability.  ...

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