Bose headphones, Sony portable speakers, Garmin smart scales, Arlo security cameras, and more on sale for July 3 in the UK

Bose headphones, Sony portable speakers, Garmin smart scales, Arlo security cameras, and more on sale for July 3 in the UK

If you’re big on home security then this is the roundup for you. We’ve lined up the security camera deals for July 3 in the UK, as well as a great range of mobile phone accessories. Deck your house out with a brand new security system that will give you peace…

A vulnerability in Zoom’s Mac client could allow websites to turn on cameras without permission

A vulnerability in the Mac client for popular web conferencing app Zoom may allow any website to join a video call without permission, writes software engineer and security researcher Jonathan Leitschuch. In a Medium post published today, Leitschuch detailed …

An optimistic view of deepfakes

Sunny Dhillon Contributor Sunny Dhillon is a partner at Signia Venture Partners. More posts by this contributor Digital influencers and the dollars that follow them Security tokens will be coming soon to an exchange near you Deepfakes are having a moment. The…

Security flaw in Zoom allows website to turn on your Mac’s camera without consent

Researcher Jonathan Leitschuh explains that the app’s usage of a web server on users’ local machines could allow the server to reinstall the app if uninstalled and possibly turn on the camera. Read more here. Read more… More about Tech, Apple, Mashable Vide…

Border Arrests Drop by 28% in June in First Decline of the Year

Border officials credited the drop to Mexico’s enforcement measures, but immigration experts and former homeland security officials warned that it was too early to determine the long-term effects.

Apple took action to fix Zoom flaw, which proves how serious it was

Yesterday, video conferencing service Zoom released an update for its Mac client, removing the controversial web server functionality that opened up the possibility of someone launching a video call on user’s computer without permission. But now, TechCrunch r…

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