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Odds are we'll all soon move to
I still love my standalone desktops. But with the
coronavirus pandemic forcing more people to work from home, it's
becoming clear, we're doing a lousy job of protecting our PCs. The
only real answer: Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS).
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Zoom reverses course, will give end-to-end
encryption option to all users
- Users who wish to enable the higher-grade
encryption will be asked to provide additional information.
- Previously the plan was to provide
end-to-end encryption only to two types of paying account holders.
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Microsoft launches the new Microsoft Edge Add-ons
Civil rights groups slam Facebook, call for ad
A new campaign, called #StopHateforProfit, urges
corporations to pull ads from Facebook.
Microsoft’s Kelley: Six principles that influence
people to say yes can be leveraged to thwart social engineering
Microsoft Patch Tuesday, June 2020 Edition
FCC Calls Hours-Long T-Mobile Service Outage
The "voice and text wireless issue" left customers,
including 911 operators, with widespread problems.
New Mac malware spreads disguised as Flash Player
installer via Google search results
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Microsoft Broke One of Its Most Useful Windows 10
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Controversial Startup to Continue Supplying Police
With Facial-Recognition Tech
Clearview AI has no plans to stop offering its
facial recognition to police, even as Amazon and IBM have decided
to rein in the technology amid concerns it can be abused for
New Ransomware: Pay Up Or Files Go Public
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June cumulative updates cause multiple problems
with network printers
There are reports all over of the Windows June
cumulative updates – KB 4560960 (Win10 version 1903/1909), KB
4557957 (Win10 2004), KB 4561608 (Win10 1809/Server 2019) and KB
4561612 (Server 2012) – breaking network printers. Uninstalling
the update seems to fix the problem.
Does a Wi-Fi Log-in Page Mean It’s Secure?
If you connect to an open Wi-Fi hotspot without a
password and can see anything at all, it's not a secure
The 13 Best AirPods Tips and Tricks of 2020
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Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will allow users to
turn off political ads
- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday
announced the social network will allow its users to turn off
seeing political ads.
- Zuckerberg did not say when this feature
will roll out.
- For months, Facebook has endured criticism
for its policy that allows politicians to run political ads
containing false information on its services.
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Security
Windows 10 20H2 update later this year will be
Facebook aims to register 4 million voters, let you
turn off political ads
The social network is calling it the "largest
voting information campaign in American history."
‘Woefully lax’ security led to WikiLeaks Vault 7
Florence, Ala. Hit By Ransomware 12 Days After
Being Alerted by KrebsOnSecurity
Report: Russia-Linked Disinformation Operation
A Kremlin-linked social media disinformation
operation that sought to interfere with the 2016 U.S. election has
continued its work to divide and discredit Western democracies, a
new report finds.
Nintendo warns 300,000 accounts have been hacked
since early April
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Apple may release an iPhone 'mini' later this year
— here's everything we know about it so far
- Apple's iPhone 12 could come in a new
size: a 5.4-inch variant that would be noticeably smaller than the
current 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro.
- This 5.4-inch iPhone is expected to have
two cameras, a faster processor, and 5G connectivity in addition
to other upgrades.
- It's rumored to be one of four iPhones
that Apple could debut in the fall.
How to remove MyCouponSmart adware from Chrome,
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The Best Podcasts for 2020
Podcasts are a great way to pass the time, whether
you're commuting, working, or relaxing. Check out our staff's 70
favorite podcasts in seven categories.
Free Anti-Ransomware Tool is Actually a Scam
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Large in number, large in nature, this Patch
Tuesday needs your attention
With another critical update to Adobe Flash Player,
critical updates to Microsoft’s browsers and the number and nature
of updates to Windows platform, this month yields a large testing
surface for companies.
How Do I Use an Open Wi-Fi Hotspot Safely?
Open Wi-Fi hotspots at coffee shops, airports, and
other public places are opportunities for hackers to steal
information and more. I'll review how to stay safe.
Now Zoom Is Giving Everyone Encryption for Free
Non-paying Zoom users can expect encryption, if
they share some info
The coronavirus-fueled tech trends that will
continue to dominate daily life
- A majority of the CNBC Disruptor 50
start-ups are in hiring mode, even as the U.S. unemployment rate
sits at 13.5% due to Covid-19.
- Many of these companies have an existing
focus on health care, financial services, cloud connectivity,
digital marketing and online distribution to consumers, and they
have seen demand for their core products and services more than
double during the economic shutdown.
- Machine learning and artificial
intelligence underlie much of the explosive growth.
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Windows 10 version 2004: Fresh Start is not gone,
it is just somewhere else
Justice Department proposes limits to online
platforms' legal protections
This comes in the wake of President Donald Trump's
executive order targeting social media sites.
Ripple20 bugs in scores of IoT devices reveal
third-party code dangers
Romanian Skimmer Gang in Mexico Outed by
KrebsOnSecurity Stole $1.2 Billion
Linuxfx 10: A Smart, Easy Way to Transition From
Your “smart” household appliance might have a short
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Google is launching a new app that lets you do
almost anything on your Android phone with just the press of a
- Google is releasing a new app called
Action Blocks that lets you create shortcuts to specific tasks
that appear as tiles on the home screen.
- The app was designed to make it easier for
those with cognitive disabilities to perform tasks like listening
to music or making a phone call, but anyone can use it.
- It's the latest example of how large tech
companies like Google are making accessibility a bigger focus when
What is Botnet attack and how to avoid it
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10 Important Points for IT Pros Migrating Their
With so many people working from home, a
Voice-over-IP (VoIP) phone service can offer more benefits than
ever. But all that distance also means added complexity, so here
are 10 important considerations to keep your IT team successful.
Win10 May 2020 Update Goes Badly For Lenovo Devices
How to Include Captions in Microsoft Excel Graphs
Stream Music From YouTube With These Mac Apps
Some Win10 PCs are apparently being upgraded to
version 2004 without consent
I’m seeing an increase in the number of people who
claim that their Windows 10 version 1903 or 1909 computers were
upgraded to version 2004, without warning. The behavior might be
due to a bug in the way Win10 handles “Pause updates.”
Is it Safe to Share My Internet Connection with My
Giving a neighbor temporary internet access seems
like a neighborly thing to do. Before you do it, understand the
risks of sharing your internet.
How to Use Windows 10 Gestures
Enable, use, and customize touchpad gestures to do
Samsung’s new phone will be the cheapest 5G phone
in the U.S. when it launches Friday
- Samsung said Monday that the Galaxy A71 5G
will launch in the U.S. on Friday.
- It will be the cheapest 5G phone in the
U.S., priced at $599.99 before carrier subsidies, undercutting the
OnePlus 8 sold on T-Mobile by $100.
- The A71 5G will be available through
T-Mobile and Sprint on Friday. AT&T and Verizon will also sell the
device later this summer.
Revealed: The Source of Mystery Messages
Reposition any program's window to the center of
the screen with Window Centering Helper
Twitter will let you record and post short audio
The test feature lets iOS users tweet with their
Vulnerability in Trump campaign app revealed keys
REvil Ransomware Gang Starts Auctioning Victim Data
POP!_OS Delivers Outstanding GNOME Experience
Credit-Card Skimming Malware Hit Websites As
Coronavirus Lockdown Forced Retailers to Close High Street Stores
The Best Google Search Cheat Sheet: Tips,
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Android 11 Beta So Far
Apple is expected to release a larger iPhone 12 Pro
later this year — here's everything we know about Apple's next
high-end iPhones so far
- Apple is expected to release four new
iPhones this year, including two models expected to be called the
iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
- While some features will be consistent
across all models — like 5G support and OLED displays — others are
expected to be exclusive to the Pro phones.
- Such features may include a triple-lens
camera and refreshed design that resembles the iPad Pro.
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The Reckoning Is Coming: Regulating Big Tech
The Faustian bargain that has us trading private
data for free services from the likes of Amazon, Apple, Facebook,
and Google is finally getting attention from regulators and
Google Sued Over Incognito Mode
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Despite resolution not to give in to hackers’
ransom demands, some cities are still paying up after attacks
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These San Francisco doctors flew to New York to
fight the coronavirus — and they have a warning for us
- San Francisco doctors who
volunteered to help in New York during Covid-19 outbreak have now
- They describe some of the
terrifying scenes they saw, and note that many patients were in
their 40s and 50s.
- They urge people to take the
public health guidelines seriously.
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