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LastPass Bug Almost Left Usernames and Passwords Exposed

Last week, security researchers from Google uncovered a bug that would have made LastPass vulnerable by directing users to a website loaded with just a few lines of javascript code. The bug has since been fixed by LastPass, and no users are known to have been affected.

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NordVPN Teams Business-Focused VPN Announced

NordVPN, one of the most popular VPN services available, has announced NordVPN Teams, a VPN solution aimed at businesses, with a focus on features such as control panels, dedicated company servers, location defaults and 24/7 support.

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Malware Found in Digital Textbooks and Essays for College

Security software company Kaspersky has discovered that thousands of students are unwittingly downloading malware when accessing essays and textbooks online. In the worst cases, the malicious software can take over an entire college network, posing a threat to all students.

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Viral Chinese Deepfake App Zao Sparks Privacy Concerns

The just-launched app Zao lets users slap their own faces onto movie clips, letting them cosplay as Leonard DiCaprio or Wolverine within seconds. It's only available in China, where it's a massive viral hit. Zao's success has spurred plenty of concerns about privacy violations.

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Apple’s Newest iOS Update Has a Big Security Flaw

The newest iOS update, iOS 12.4, has accidentally unpatched an old security flaw that it had previously addressed, researchers have found. If your iPhone is running iOS 12.4 — and since it auto-updates, you likely are — you're theoretically at risk if you download a rogue ...

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US Tech Giants Are Reportedly Selling to Huawei Despite Ban

In May, the Trump administration issued a blanket ban on US companies supplying hardware or software to the Chinese tech giant Huawei. Now a new report claims that tech companies including Intel and Micron sold millions of dollars worth of products since the ban was announced.

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Huawei Announces HarmonyOS – One OS to Rule Them All

At its annual developers conference, Huawei finally lifted the lid on its brand new operating system. Called HarmonyOS, the new operating system is set to work on a variety of devices — including smartphones. So, will HarmonyOS spell the end for Android?