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Koh Young applies Fasoo’s DRM to prevent against copycat products

(Image: Fasoo) Semiconductor equipment vendor Koh Young Technology has applied South Korean data security firm Fasoo’s digital rights management (DRM) solution into its offices which has effectively halted its products from being copied by competitors, it said. Fasoo’s enterprise DRM was implemented into Koh Young’s system back in October 2017, ...

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NASA discloses data breach | ZDNet

Image: NASA The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) admitted today to getting hacked earlier this year. In an internal memo sent to all employees, the agency said that an unknown intruder gained access to one of its servers storing the personal data of current and former employees. Social ...

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Google announces crackdown on Play Store ratings and reviews

Image: ZDNet Google announced today a crackdown on app developers who buy ratings and reviews to deceive users or ruin competitors’ reputation. The crackdown will also target those app makers who use in-app tactics to reward users for ratings and reviews, such as providing access to in-game coins, extra levels, ...

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​South Korea to develop AI to prevent voice phishing

(Image: HMRC) South Korea’s finance watch dog, the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS), together with SK Telecom, will develop AI to prevent voice phishing attacks. The FSS will provide its data on financial fraud while the telecommunications carrier will build an AI system that alerts callers when it is suspected that ...

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Over half of Brazil’s population exposed in security incident

A publicly accessible server containing unique taxpayer registry identification numbers for Brazilian nationals has been discovered, placing as many as 120 million citizens at risk. The ID numbers, known as Cadastro de Pessoas Físicas (CPFs) are issued by the Brazilian Federal Reserve to Brazilian citizens and tax-paying resident aliens, and ...

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​Google latest cloud to be Australian government certified

The Google Cloud Platform has been added to the federal government’s Certified Cloud Services List (CCSL), allowing the search engine giant to provide cloud services to government agencies, up to an unclassified dissemination limiting marker (DLM) level. The certification was handed out by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), which ...

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Firefox 64 released with a Windows-like task manager

Mozilla released earlier today Firefox version 64, the latest version of its much-beloved browser. This release comes packed with a lot of features, such as a system for recommending appropriate extensions to users based on their web activity and support for multi-tab selections. However, a big update is Mozilla’s revamping ...

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