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  1. Security challenges for connected medical devices – Zero-day in Chrome gets patched – How to avoid USB drive security woes

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  2. Why are connected medical devices vulnerable to attack and how likely are they to get hacked? Here are five digital chinks in the armor.

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  3. Scammers even run their own dark-web “travel agencies”, misusing stolen loyalty points and credit card numbers

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  4. In addition to patching the actively exploited bug, the update also brings fixes for another four security loopholes

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  5. What are some of the key security risks to be aware of when using USB flash drives and how can you mitigate the threats?

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  6. The flaws, neither of which is being actively exploited, were fixed merely days after the monthly Patch Tuesday rollout

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  7. ESET joins global effort to disrupt the infamous Trickbot botnet – Criminals claim to have hijacked thousands of security cameras – Five ways to secure your home office

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  8. School closings and more screen time can ultimately put children at an increased risk of being kidnapped by strangers they met online

    The post Child abductors may use social media to lure victims, FBI warns appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. You don’t need a degree in cybersecurity or a bottomless budget to do the security basics well – here are five things that will get you on the right track

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  10. The videoconferencing platform is making the feature available to users of both free and paid tiers

    The post Zoom to begin rolling out end‑to‑end encryption appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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