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Instant messaging apps have been around for a while and are becoming an increasingly popular way to communicate within the work place. In order to prevent data from being accessed by unauthorised users, security should always be the number one priority during communication. This is especially true if the data runs the risk of causing damage if it falls into the wrong hands.
Just recently, Google have reported a potential security vulnerability in their popular web browser, Chrome. In short, the vulnerability could allow attackers access to your local files on your device.
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Over the past 10 years there have been some notable data breaches, which in turn led to mass amounts of compromised personal data. These breaches include the exploitation of login credentials for various websites.
Earlier this year, the developers of Chrome made a statement that all HTTP pages will be marked as 'Not secure' moving forward, in a...
With there being so many possibilities for this tiny device, we’ve narrowed down the 5 best DIY projects for you to try at home with your Raspberry Pi...