Monthly Archives: August 2016

Is Facebook’s People You May Know putting users at risk?

What is a friend, exactly? It’s a tricky question. Too tricky even for the computing might of Facebook. The Social Network is still some way short of total omniscience, so its Menlo Park boffins (apparently unconvinced by our ability to … Continue reading

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Is Facebook’s People You May Know putting users at risk?

What is a friend, exactly? It’s a tricky question. Too tricky even for the computing might of Facebook. The Social Network is still some way short of total omniscience, so its Menlo Park boffins (apparently unconvinced by our ability to … Continue reading

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Kaspersky patches DoS and kernel flaws affecting drivers

August 29, 2016 Denial-of-service (DoS) and kernel vulnerabilities affect the functionality of Kaspersky’s KLIF, KLDISK, and KL1 drivers. Denial-of-service (DoS) and kernel vulnerabilities affecting the functionality of Kaspersky’s KLIF, KLDISK, and KL1 drivers discovered by a pair of researchers at … Continue reading

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