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Security researchers discovered weaknesses in WPA3 that could be exploited to recover WiFi passwords by abusing timing or cache-based side-channel leaks.One of the main advantages of WPA3 is that it’s near impossible to crack the password of a network because it implements the Dragonfly handshake, Unfortunately, we found that even with WPA3, an attacker within range of a victim can still recover...
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The first home delivery drone service has been launched in Australia, after years of test flights.Wing, owned by Google's parent company Alphabet, will deliver takeaway food, coffee and medicines by drone to about 100 homes in Canberra.It has been testing its drones in Australia since 2014 but many residents had complained about the noise.Wing said the feedback obtained during its trials had been...
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Another OpenSSD homepage is now open. New announcements, documents, and source codes will be shared on the new webpage which is www.openssd.io. For now, this site would be used for sharing info on Cosmos/Cosmos+/Cosmos Mini. However, it would be used for other projects soon. We cordially invite you to become a project participant, contributor, and user. (The link update may be requested by...
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Last week, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 20H1 is coming to the Fast ring, rather than 19H2, which is what was expected. 19H2 is the next feature update for the OS, which will arrive later this year. 20H1 is the one coming after that, arriving in the first half of 2020. The Skip Ahead subset of the Fast ring has been testing out 20H1 for some time now, and now it's being merged with...
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Already, Google provides several ways to help you log in to your accounts securely, including two-factor authentication on Android devices, its Titan Security Key dongle, and Google Prompt. The search giant admits, however, that attackers can still use advanced steps like fake login pages to bypass those security methods. As part of an effort to further beef up your account's security,...
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The UK government has laid out proposals to regulate online and social media platforms, setting out the substance of its long-awaited White Paper on online harms today — and kicking off a public consultation. The Online Harms White Paper is a joint proposal from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Home Office. The paper can be read in...