MHP introduces monitoring of employees' emotions

MHP introduces monitoring of employees' emotions

Myronivsky Hliboproduct (MHP), a large agricultural holding in Ukraine, with the purpose of boosting labor effectiveness introduced monitoring of employee's emotions, MHP Board Chairman Yuriy Kosiuk said at the fifth Conductors of Changes forum held in Kyiv on November 13.

New, more secure and easy to set up DNS for phones

New, more secure and easy to set up DNS for phones

Home » Blog New, more secure and easy to set up DNS for phones News New, more secure and easy to set up DNS for phones 6 Views Cloudflare has introduced their new app called 1.1.1.1 which allows you to change your phones DNS settings for better privacy and faster browsing.

Popular browsers made to cough up browsing history

Popular browsers made to cough up browsing history

One of the visited-link attacks – CVE2018-6137, a bug in Chrome 67 that Google fixed in June – peeled off user browsing history at the rate of 3,000 URLs per second.

Apple Reportedly Blocked Police iPhone Hacking Tool and Nobody Knows How

Apple Reportedly Blocked Police iPhone Hacking Tool and Nobody Knows How

On Wednesday, he cited sources from the forensic community who’ve told him that Apple’s efforts to keep bad actors and law enforcement from cracking into its users’ phones have paid off. In March, Forbes reported that GrayShift counts at least one ex-Apple security engineer as part of its team.

Google makes it easier to delete your search history

Google makes it easier to delete your search history

Today's change makes things a lot easier as it requires just a click on the "Your data in Search" page to clear the entire search history that Google associates with the account.

#WeHearYouKhashoggi

#WeHearYouKhashoggi

The disappearance of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi is becoming a major international incident as Western governments line up to cast doubt on the implausible and inconsistent story offered by Saudi Arabia about his death.

Major Centralized Systems are Hacked Multiple Times a Year

Major Centralized Systems are Hacked Multiple Times a Year

Downloads should be restricted, particularly on company laptops and systems which are linked to central servers where information is stored. should be restricted, particularly on company laptops and systems which are linked to central servers where information is stored.

Facebook says it could use data from Portal devices to target users with ads

Facebook says it could use data from Portal devices to target users with ads

Facebook has been insistent that Portal is "private by design", and the company said no data -- such as call logs and app usage information -- would be used to target users with ads.

Facebook is Dying and Here’s the Proof – FutureSin – Medium

Facebook is Dying and Here’s the Proof – FutureSin – Medium

Facebook is now making users wait twice as long to delete their accounts In a shocking and bizarre move to the product and customer experience it now takes a full month to delete your Facebook account — twice as long as before.

Web inventor Berners-Lee creates a new privacy first way of dealing with the internet

With it you can write, read, and control access to your personal data or anything you post to the web . Berners-Lee said Solid is "guided by the principle of "personal empowerment through data" which we believe is fundamental to the success of the next era of the web.

Facebook Data Breach Affects At Least 50 Million Users

Facebook Data Breach Affects At Least 50 Million Users

Facebook forced more than 90 million Facebook users to log out and back into their accounts Friday morning in response to a massive data breach.

Security Update

Security Update

We’re taking this incredibly seriously and wanted to let everyone know what’s happened and the immediate action we’ve taken to protect people’s security. Second, we have reset the access tokens of the almost 50 million accounts we know were affected to protect their security.

A Seemingly Small Change to Chrome Stirs Big Controversy

A Seemingly Small Change to Chrome Stirs Big Controversy

For privacy-conscious users who don't want to be signed into Chrome in any way and risk another policy change that exposes more of their data, the best option for continuing to use Chrome seems to be using a secondary browser for your Gmail and other Google services.

Apple Watch’s new auto-911 calls after falls may tumble into legal trouble

Apple Watch’s new auto-911 calls after falls may tumble into legal trouble

In other words, if police are alerted by an Apple Watch of a possible injury, they do not need a warrant to enter a home under the "community caretaking" exception to the Fourth Amendment.

Security experts say Chrome 69’s ‘forced login’ feature violates user privacy

Security experts say Chrome 69’s ‘forced login’ feature violates user privacy

A new feature in the latest version of Google Chrome that logs users into the browser when they sign in to a Google site has come under fire.

A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering

A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering

Today I wanted to write specifically about Google Chrome, how much I’ve loved it in the past, and why — due to Chrome’s new user-unfriendly forced login policy — I won’t be using it going forward.

Rule 41 Grants New Hacking Powers to FBI

Rule 41 Grants New Hacking Powers to FBI

The FBI and other law enforcement agencies will be able to search multiple computers across the country with a single warrant thanks to a controversial rule change that takes effect on Thursday.

Thousands of MikroTik routers are snooping on user traffic

Thousands of MikroTik routers are snooping on user traffic

"The MikroTik RouterOS device allows users to capture packets on the router and forward the captured network traffic to the specified Stream server," the researcher said, adding that ports 20, 21, 25, 110, and 143 appear to be of the most interest to the eavesdroppers.

If you haven’t already switched to Firefox, do it now

If you haven’t already switched to Firefox, do it now

This week, Mozilla announced that its browser Firefox will start blocking all cross-site third-party trackers–the cookies hiding in the background that follow your clicks across the web, reporting your activity to advertisers as you move between websites.

QSB #43: L1 Terminal Fault speculative side channel (XSA-273)

QSB #43: L1 Terminal Fault speculative side channel (XSA-273)

Change `smt=off` to `smt=on` in `/boot/efi/EFI/qubes/xen.cfg` in dom0. In addition, if you use any PV qubes (which is discouraged for security reasons), it is necessary to update their kernels to a version that contains L1TF mitigations.

Changing Our Approach to Anti-tracking

Changing Our Approach to Anti-tracking

In the near future, Firefox will — by default — protect users by blocking tracking while also offering a clear set of controls to give our users more choice over what information they share with sites.

Phone Numbers Were Never Meant as ID. Now We’re All At Risk

Phone Numbers Were Never Meant as ID. Now We’re All At Risk

Thomas Hardjono, a secure identities researcher at MIT's Trust and Data Consortium, points to credit card numbers, identifiers authenticated with a chip plus a PIN or a signature. You can get a new credit card as needed; changing your phone number can be incredibly inconvenient.

NSA Taken to Court Over Warrant-Free Surveillance

NSA Taken to Court Over Warrant-Free Surveillance

The PRISM program allows the NSA, as well as other U.S. intelligence agencies, to access U.S. citizens’ international emails, internet calls and chats without a warrant.