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You can now eliminate the password for your Microsoft account

By using an alternative means of authentication, you can now go passwordless on your Microsoft account. Image: Daniel Chetroni/Shutterstock Those of you who use a Microsoft account to sign into Windows, Office, Outlook or other Microsoft apps and services can now fully jettison your password as another step toward a ...

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Your voiceprint could be your new password as companies look to increase security for remote workers

Biometrics are moving beyond banks and joining fingerprints and faceprints as a way to confirm employee and customer identities. Image: Shutterstock/Carlos Amarillo As working from home moves from a temporary solution to the new normal, companies need new ways to secure data and protect internal networks . Banks are most ...

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Apple delays controversial CSAM detection feature

Apple has delayed its controversial image scanning feature following negative feedback.  The company updated its briefing page on the technology, explaining it was delaying the feature based on the response it received from customers and privacy advocates.  “Based on feedback from customers, advocacy groups, researchers, and others, we have decided ...

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Google reveals five high-risk flaws in Chrome browser

Google recently released Chrome 93. Along with its unveiling came the announcement that the latest update fixed a series of serious flaws.  According to Google’s blog post announcing Chrome 93, the latest version of the web browser fixed 27 security flaws, and five of those flaws carried a “high” risk ...

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Amazon promises to be ‘more proactive' in effort to remove harmful websites

Amazon has denied reports that it is changing its strategy regarding the removal of harmful content from its cloud infrastructure. The statement comes days after two sources told Reuters that the tech giant is adopting a stricter stance about removing content that violates its cloud service policies. However, an AWS spokesperson described Reuters’ report ...

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