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    • 23 mai 2024 How AI will change your credit card behind the scenes
      Many companies are starting to implement Artificial Intelligence (AI) within their services. Whenever there are large amounts of data involved, AI offers a way to turn that pile of data into actionable insights. And there’s a big chance that our data are somewhere in that pile, whether they can be traced back to us or not. In this blog we’ll look at the different ways in which credit c …

    • 22 mai 2024 Criminal record database of millions of Americans dumped online
      A cybercriminal going by the names of EquationCorp and USDoD has released an enormous database containing the criminal records of millions of Americans. The database is said to contain 70 million rows of data. Post by USDoD on a breach forum The leaked database is said to include full names, dates of birth, known aliases, addresses, arrest and conviction dates, sentences, and much more. Dates repo …

    • 22 mai 2024 Microsoft AI “Recall” feature records everything, secures far less
      Developing an AI-powered threat to security, privacy, and identity is certainly a choice, but it’s one that Microsoft was willing to make this week at its “Build” developer conference. On Monday, the computing giant unveiled a new line of PCs that integrate Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to promise faster speeds, enhanced productivity, and a powerful data collection and search tool …

    • 21 mai 2024 How to remove a user from a shared Android device
      Some of our loyal readers may remember my little mishap when I was able to track my wife by accident after inadvertently adding myself to her phone as a user. For exactly that reason we want to warn against sharing devices and at least show you how to remove other people’s accounts from your device. The steps may be slightly different depending on your Android version, device type, and vendor, but …

    • 21 mai 2024 How to remove a user from a shared Mac
      There will be times when you need to remove a user from a device. In this article we’ll show you how to remove a user from a Mac. For a better understanding it’s good to understand the difference between an actual user of the device and a “sharing only user.” On a Mac, you can use Sharing Only User settings to create a user that has access to your files and folders over the …

    • 21 mai 2024 How to remove a user from a shared Windows device
      There will be times when you need to remove a user from a device. In this article we’ll show you how to remove a user from Windows 10 or 11. On Windows you can create a local user account (an offline account) for anyone who will frequently use your PC. But the best option in most cases, is for everyone who uses your PC to have a Microsoft account. With a Microsoft ac …

    • 20 mai 2024 Your vacation, reservations, and online dates, now chosen by AI: Lock and Code S05E11
      This week on the Lock and Code podcast… The irrigation of the internet is coming. For decades, we’ve accessed the internet much like how we, so long ago, accessed water—by traveling to it. We connected (quite literally), we logged on, and we zipped to addresses and sites to read, learn, shop, and scroll.  Over the years, the internet was accessible from increasingly more devices, like smartph …

    • 20 mai 2024 What is real-time protection and why do you need it? 
      The constant barrage of cyber threats can be overwhelming for all of us. And, as those threats evolve and attackers find new ways to compromise us, we need a way to keep on top of everything nasty that’s thrown our way.  Malwarebytes’ free version tackles and reactively resolves threats already on your system, but the real-time protection you get with Malwarebytes Premium Security goes one step fu …

    • 20 mai 2024 Financial institutions ordered to notify customers after a breach, have an incident response plan
      The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced rules around breaches for certain financial institutions—registered broker-dealers, investment companies, investment advisers, and transfer agents— that require them to have written incident response policies and procedures that can be used in the event of a breach. The requirement is an adoption of amendments to Regulation S-P, which was …

    • 20 mai 2024 A week in security (May 13 – May 19)
      Last week on Malwarebytes Labs: Deleted iPhone photos show up again after iOS update Scammers can easily phish your multi-factor authentication codes. Here’s how to avoid it Notorious data leak site BreachForums seized by law enforcement Apple and Google join forces to stop unwanted tracking Update Chrome now! Google releases emergency security patch Why car location tracking needs an overhaul Las …

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