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Chrome 81: Released with support for Web NFC

The Chrome 81, originally scheduled for March 17 but delayed due to the COVID-19 epidemic, is finally being released.

Google is blocking mixed downloads and MiTM attacks

In April last year, Google contacted other browser manufacturers in an attempt to persuade them to reinforce ...

Mozilla will add the second DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) provider to Firefox

Mozilla announced today that NextDNS will join Cloudflare as the second DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) provider in Firefox. The browser manufacturer says ...

NSA: Published a warning about the dangers of TLSI

The National Security Agency (NSA) has issued a warning examining the risks behind the Transport Layer Security Inspection (TLSI) and providing countermeasures ...

Firefox 70.0 (Quantum) download before official release

Mozilla Foundation will release Firefox 70.0 in the coming hours. The new version of the browser is a continuation of Firefox 57 ...

Mozilla: Firefox 70 introduces new security indicators. What's changing?

Mozilla: Firefox 70 introduces new security and identity markers in the browser, which will give less visual visibility to Extended Validation (EV) ...

Firefox 69.0.3 (Quantum) download before official release

Mozilla Foundation will release Firefox 69.0.3 in the coming hours. The new version of the browser is a continuation of Firefox 57 ...

DoNotSpy10 protect your privacy in Windows 10

DoNotSpy10 is a well-known tool that protects your PC from the telemetry of Windows 10. It has a very flexible working environment that ...

How to create secured Android apps in simple steps?

With smartphones, tablets and other related devices increasingly supporting our lives, different apps are constantly being created for whatever it puts ...

Man-in-the-middle attacks: What are the most common types?

In a previous article we analyzed exactly what man-in-the-middle attacks are, how they work, how they are carried out and how we can protect ourselves from them. Let's go now ...

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COVID-19: Can it be "reactivated" in treated patients?

According to the Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC), Coronavirus COVID-19 can be "reactivated" in treated patients. Indicatively, approximately ...

Instructions for the face shields created by Apple

The pandemic of coronavirus has affected all areas of our daily lives and especially our work ....

Windows 10: WSL Linux integration test in File Explorer

Windows 10 improves integration between Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and File Explorer, ...

XHelper malware: reinstalled after resetting to factory settings

The malware XHelper, which affects devices running the Android operating system, was first discovered ...