Tagged: internet

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Google’s security overhauled

Until recently Google’s services have been ridden with security controls and user licences. Now Google have pulled all of these together and brought them into one centralised hub. Google have said the change is to...

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What is YubiKing 2015

YubiKing 2015: The YubiKey is a key fob that can be used with supported websites and software applications that accept two-factor authentication. Two factor authentication means that when you log in you will be...

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Yahoo introduces on-demand password keys

Yahoo has introduced a new password system for their users. Looking at this from Yahoo’s perspective it looks like this system was introduced in an attempt to simplify the login process of their platform. However...

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SuperFish – Lenovo pre-installed adware

It has recently been noted that for several months now Lenovo PC’s have been shipped with software pre-installed that could potentially compromise its users. The software is called Superfish and is a piece of...

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Online trolls to face two years in prison

The Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has said a new law may make internet trolls face up to two years in prison. This plan was announced several days after the TV presenter Chloe Madely was...

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Edward Snowden’s talk on internet privacy

Almost everyone these days will have their own stand and view on government surveillance, one such person being Edward Snowden. In a recent remote interview (being part of the New Yorker Festival) he pushed...