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Mac Users, Upgrade to Yosemite

Yesterday, I updated my iPhone to iOS 8.3. I figured this would make it incompatible with Xcode 6.2, but what I didn't realize is that Apple would make Xcode 6.3 only available on Yosemite. 714 more words

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Hardware Hack Makes iPhone Passcodes Hackable

For the standard 4 digit iPhone passcode, there are 10,000 possible combinations. This means it would take many days to guess. On top of that, the phone will lock up after a certain number of guesses, so no hacker could sit there and try every combination, as they'll end up locked out. 541 more words

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Sec 66A Law Is Gone, Now The Lawlessness Will Begin

So Sec 66A gets thrown out of the window by the Supreme Court. No surprises there. Any reasonable thinking human being would have been appalled by the sheer brazenness of the section. 337 more words

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Criminal Manipulation of Metadata

Australians have been arguing over the storage of Metadata issue for many months now. Some are ok with it while others are not, often claiming it is an invasion of privacy. 623 more words

Android, Apple Vulnerable To Hackers

FREAK security flaw Android, Apple using vulnerable to hackers
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#Freak #NSA – FREAK security flaw made Android, Apple users vulnerable to hackers – Many Apple and Android users had been left vulnerable to hackers for more than a decade due to a former U.S. 229 more words

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‘FREAK’ security flaw left Android, Apple users vulnerable to hackers

TORONTO – Apple and Google are working on a fix for a decades-old security flaw that left users vulnerable to hackers when visiting supposedly secure websites. 355 more words

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Millions Of Apple, Android Users Vulnerable To 'FREAK Attack' In Browsers

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly discovered security flaw known as “FREAK attack.” 357 more words

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