Google wants to warn you when a site is too slow to display

Google announced Monday that it was working on a system able to show slow to people using its Chrome browser. The California based company is studying the possibility of alerting…

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This malware empties ATMs of all their money

A survey of the Motherboard website uncovers jackpotting, an increasingly common phenomenon of infecting ATMs with malware to spit out all their money. There are several varieties of malware for…

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Lady Gaga asks what Fortnite is and the Internet responded

One would think that one must live under a rock not to know the game Fortnite , which has more than 200 million followers, more than a year after its…

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Personal data of 1.2 billion people was available online

A database containing names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, workplaces and social network profile information of 1.2 billion people was freely available online until it was reported at the FBI in…

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Lady Gaga asks what Fortnite is and the Internet responded

One would think that one must live under a rock not to know the game Fortnite , which has more than 200 million followers, more than a year after its…

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100 developers had access to information from Facebook group members

A hundred or so application developers had unauthorized access to unspecified names, profile pictures, and other unspecified data from Facebook group members until recently, when the social network banned them…

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Google will degrade the visibility of the media in France to respect the new law on copyright

Google adapts to copyright law The law n ° 2019-775 of July 24, 2019 “tending to create a neighboring right for the benefit of the press agencies and the publishers…

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Canadian Hacker To Serve 5 Years In U.S. Prison

A Canadian accused of being one of the hackers behind a massive cyberattack against Yahoo in 2014 was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison, the US Department of Justice…

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Cybersecurity firms must hire more women, say experts

The cybersecurity industry desperately needs more skilled labor to better protect our data. However, experts in the field say that we are just beginning to study an obvious solution: to…

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Class action against Yahoo! for cyberattacks refused by Quebec Superior Court

A judge refused to give the green light to a class action to convict Yahoo! for cyber attacks that have compromised the confidentiality of its users’ data. Judge Chantal Tremblay…

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