Instagram has announced that its users will soon be able to secure their accounts with third-party authentication apps. The move is part of a three-pronged plan that is intended to bolster user trust and safety on the photo-sharing platform Prior to the announcement of this much-anticipated change, the photo-sharing platform supported only SMS-based two-factor authentication
We’ve all heard it – a smoke detector that goes off with only the slightest of prompts. Light a candle and listen to it go off. Cook (or overcook) a meal, and the beeping sends you running to make sure there isn’t a fire. You of course know that a lit candle and sizzling food
The FBI has been forced to post a public service announcement warning of the dangers of unprotected IoT devices. In another sign of the growing threat posed by compromised smart devices, the update late last week claimed that attackers are using them as proxies to maintain anonymity and obfuscate network traffic. Doing so enables them
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by John E Dunn Reddit has suffered a “serious” data breach but seems unwilling or unable to put a figure on its size. There are two parts to this story – who is affected and the weakness the company says led to the breach itself. Dealing with users first, there are two groups in the
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But don’t get too excited just yet: the first-of-its-kind bug bounty program for printers is invite-only for now Researchers can earn up to $10,000 for identifying security flaws in printers made by HP in what is the first bug bounty program aimed specifically at printers, according to an announcement by the tech giant on Tuesday.