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Your Galaxy S10 has a shocking flaw, check for this vital Samsung update immediately

UPDATE: Samsung has now officially the fix for its shock fingerprint scanner issue with the firm saying in a statement: “We have released a software patch to address the fingerprint scanner issue on Galaxy Note10, Note10+, S10, S10+ and S10 5G devices, which will be available globally over the next few days. We will strive …

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Flaw in D-Link routers opens the door to hackers but company won’t do anything

Routers from Taiwanese firm D-Link Corp. have a serious vulnerability that can allow hackers to steal data, but in unexpected twist, the company is doing nothing to address it. The vulnerability was detailed by security researchers at Fortinet Inc. Oct. 3, after D-Link was informed of the issue in September. The vulnerability, known as CVE-2019-16920, starts with a …

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Google reveals hackers are using a new flaw to attack Android devices

A month after revealing a set of previously unknown “zero-day” vulnerabilities in iOS, Google LLC has exposed a zero-day flaw affecting its own Android operating system. The search giant published a technical description of the bug late Thursday. Project Zero, the Google security team behind the report, usually waits 90 days before publicizing a software vulnerability …

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NASA’s Nuclear Idea, an Unfixable Apple Flaw, and More News

Nuclear rockets could wind up in space, a researcher unveiled a massive and unfixable iPhone flaw, and US police forces are using doorbell cameras to fight crime. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s Headlines …

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Microsoft Patches Serious Flaw In Internet Explorer

Microsoft has released an emergency fix for Windows 10, following the discovery of a serious flaw in Internet Explorer. The flaw is a remote code vulnerability—one of the most dangerous types of security flaws, as it opens the way for a hacker to remotely take control of an affected system. At the root of the …

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