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The problem is not in an individual spoofing the voice recognition, the problem is in professional hacking cases where sounds are created that seem like noise to the human ear but are speech for a device.Continue reading
More people to have smartphones than running water in 2021Continue reading
Advertisers would give just about anything to be able to lurk over your shoulder as you browse the internet. They want to know what sites you visit, how you get to them, how long you spend on them, and where you go next—along with as much personal information about you as they can get. Of course, they don’t have to be in the room to figure any of that out. Dozens of trackers embedded in nearly every website collect information about how you interact with the page, and cookies stored in your browser tell advertisers how often you’ve visited the site before. But the holy grail is the ability to string all this information together to create profiles that corresponds to each individual user—that is, creating a complete picture of each person on the internet, beyond just scattered data points. Companies that compile […]Continue reading
Cybersecurity is on many people’s minds these days, and yet using “password” as a password is apparently still a thing. On Friday, password management company Keeper Security released a list of the most common passwords of 2016 ― and it’s, well, shameful.Continue reading
Around 200 million people have a PayPal account. It’s been one of the most popular online payment services for years, which is why it’s such a popular target for phishing scams. Since they’re tied to your credit card or bank account, they’re particularly prized by cybercriminals. Security experts at ESET recently discovered a new PayPal phishing scam that they say is particularly sophisticated. The emails these fraudsters are sending out are convincingly written and feature the PayPal logo and there’s even a bit of fine print at the bottom for added effect.Continue reading
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