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Microsoft may be giving this away for free so that they get fewer calls about a new Xbox looking awful. Read more

Thursday 1:54PM
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I always found Aukey products either awesome or terrible, and to be fair to the lede on this story, Aukey’s reviews were always glowing even for the terrible products. Read more

6/10/21 2:27PM
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Are there any aspects to the very specific technical details that would prove to be of much use to you, suffice the off-chance you were a hacker looking to actually exploit the bug or oversight? In your own words: I very much doubt it. Read more

6/10/21 2:26PM
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Giving us an explanation is a huge trust builder for their customer base though. Post the bug, how it worked, and how you fixed it. Read more

6/10/21 2:24PM
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We as a security community have absolutely concluded that steps to break the internet MUST be public. That’s the entire point of things like CVE and the basis of the white hat community and conferences. Read more

6/09/21 2:13PM
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Agreed. I much prefer Magic Bands. They’re still available, they’re just available for purchase.
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6/08/21 11:36PM
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I don’t see the risk of that as being much more than losing my wallet. And I’m less likely to forget my wallet than the phone. Read more

6/08/21 4:38PM
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I’ve run into bigger issues with my iPhone battery dying. I rarely carry a wallet these days as most of our local police are okay with a digital insurance card and photo of a drivers license. Read more

6/08/21 4:27PM
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I think it could, perhaps even likely, be the result of gain of function research. Read more

6/08/21 4:26PM
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I read the source material for the article and had the the same thought that people don’t know what “plausible” means, but on the opposite side. Read more

6/08/21 4:20PM
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It sounds like this’ll be in the networking stack, not Safari. If it in fact is in the networking stack, you’re right, it is a game changer. Read more

6/07/21 9:59PM
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You missed the most important service Apple is trying to kill going forward: VPNs. Read more

5/29/21 1:05PM
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Well, this may give precedence to quash a ton of search warrants going forward. Read more

5/27/21 9:38PM
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And in camera sessions being leaked is covered under contempt criminally not the merely civil protection of an NDA.

5/27/21 9:38PM
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It’s the software company that provided the unreasonable NDA. An NDA that was apparently so restrictive that even the judge even disagreed with it. Read more