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Google promises to close the gap so that websites can see when you're surfing in incognito mode. That's why you are still not anonymous

It's no secret that the incognito feature of many popular web browser apps like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox is not that good, but Google has announced that it will change soon. A little bit. With the release of Google Chrome 76 on July 30, Google's promising mode will come a step closer to its name by filling a major …

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The Chrome update prevents websites from searching for incognito mode

The Internet giant says it is about respecting the very purpose of incognito mode: privacy. While people use private surfing to avoid site paywalls, there can be far more serious reasons to stay anonymous. They may try to avoid, for example, an abusive partner or political repression. Google suggested that publishers do not react too quickly to the Chrome switch …

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The zoom vulnerability could cause websites to turn on your Mac's webcam without permission

A fatal zero-day vulnerability was reported in the Zoom video conferencing app on the Mac. Security researcher Jonathan Leitschuh outlined in an in-depth review the flaws that allow websites to hijack your Mac's camera and "forcefully" connect to a zoom call without your permission. Approximately four million Zoom users are on a Mac. How the vulnerability works is as follows …

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The latest Windows 10 updates prevent access to some UK government websites

If you've installed the latest cumulative updates for the Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft, you may have noticed that some official websites in the UK are no longer accessible in Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge. Microsoft has released security updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 on Tuesday of the company's monthly patch day. On Thursday, Microsoft added …

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Millions of websites threatened by highly critical code execution bug in Drupal

The Drupal content management system is hijacked until they're patched against a vulnerability that allows hackers to remotely execute malicious CVE-2019-6340, as the flaw is tracked, stems from a failure to validate user input, said in an advisory. Hackers who exploited the vulnerability could, in some cases, run their choice of vulnerable websites. The flaw is rated highly critical. "Some …

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Scam websites use this green https padlock to fool you

You may have heard that you should look for the padlock icon at the top of a Web site before entering your password or credit card information in an online form. It's a well-intentioned piece of advice, but new data shows it's not enough to protect your sensitive information. As it turns out, swindlers became smart and started adding the …

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Amazon revokes its decision to block international websites in Australia

Amazon no longer prevents users in Australia from accessing Amazon.com or other international versions of the site. In July, Amazon redirected Australian users to Amazon.com.au and stopped shipping to Australian addresses after new GST laws (GSTs) requiring retailers to impose 10 percent tax on imports. "Customer feedback will allow Amazon customers to ship eligible articles from amazon.com to Australian shipping …

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