Microsoft Delays Disabling Insecure TLS in Browsers Until July

Microsoft announced today that it will delay disabling support for the insecure Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols from Microsoft web browsers until the second half of 2020.

Who is listening to your Zoom call? Concerns grow over app's security

When Boris Johnson hosted the UK's first ever video conferenced Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, the event took place not through secret military video calling technology, but through Zoom.

Mozilla Firefox Gets a HTTPS Only Mode For More Secure Browsing

Mozilla Firefox 76 is getting a new 'HTTPS Only' mode that automatically upgrades all HTTP requests to HTTPS when browsing the web and blocks all connections that can't be upgraded.

Apple blocks third-party cookies in Safari

Starting today, with the release of Safari 13.1 and through updates to the Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) privacy feature, Apple now blocks all third-party cookies in Safari by default.

Google Chrome 82 to Enhance Privacy via New Cookie Settings

Google is making progress on expanding the control users have over cookies in the Chrome browser with a new flag in Canary that enables an improved interface with more buttons and information.

ProtonMail, ProtonVPN Will Use Alternative Routing to Bypass Censorship

Proton Technologies is deploying a new system to ensure that its email and VPN applications continue to be accessible even in scenarios where governments or ISPs attempt to block them.

WordPress to add auto-update feature for themes and plugins

The WordPress developer team is working on adding an auto-update mechanism to themes and plugins primarily because site owners usually install themes and plugins, and then forget to update them.

US Govt Shares Tips on Securing VPNs Used by Remote Workers

CISA shared tips on how to properly secure enterprise VPNs seeing that a lot of organizations have made working from home the default for their employees in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Google: You know we said that Chrome tracker contained no personally identifiable info? Forget we ever said that

Google has stopped claiming that an identifier it uses internally to track experimental features and variations in its Chrome browser contains no personally identifiable information.

Passwords belong in time capsules, not IT ecosystems

According to the FBI's 2019 Internet Crime Report, phishing was the most widely reported cybercrime last year.
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