Stealing a Tesla just got harder thanks to a new update

Thieves have been stealing Tesla and other vehicle brands for awhile via “relay attacks,” which relies on the owners leaving their cars in passive entry mode. It senses the presence of the fob’s… Visit link: Stealing a Tesla just got harder thanks to a new update No input file...

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Instagram bug inadvertently exposed some users’ passwords

Facebook notified affected Instagram users that when they utilized the feature, it sent their password in plaintext in the URL. For some reason, these passwords were also stored on Facebook’s… Original post: Instagram bug inadvertently exposed some users’ passwords No input file...

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AI can create synthetic fingerprints that fool biometric scanners

These synthetic prints could be most effective in bypassing a system with many fingerprints stored on it (as opposed to your phone, which probably has a record of a couple of your own digits). An… View post: AI can create synthetic fingerprints that fool biometric scanners No input file...

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More companies are chipping their workers like pets

Ah, security purposes, our favorite road to hell paved with some kind of intentions. Is it like when Facebook took people’s phone numbers for security purposes and handed them to advertisers?… Here is the original post: More companies are chipping their workers like pets No input file...

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Facebook removed over 1.5 billion fake accounts in the last six months

As part of its transparency report, Facebook is also publishing its latest Community Standards Enforcement Report. In it, the company highlights its efforts in removing content that violates… View post: Facebook removed over 1.5 billion fake accounts in the last six months No input file...

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