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QNAP: NAS manufacturer informs about closed security hole

QNAP: NAS manufacturer informs about closed security hole

The NAS manufacturer QNAP has published a security notice about its devices and the software used. For users of affected QNAP models, this means that they should check that they are up to date with the latest software packages. The severity of the vulnerability, listed under CVE-2020-2508, is described as ...

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macOS: Current beta shows Apple's apps firewall limits

macOS: Current beta shows Apple's apps firewall limits

Just a few days ago we reported here about the open source firewall LuLu, as it is now compatible with Big Sur and there is a native ARM build for M1 Macs. The developer of LuLu complained some time ago that although it was possible to block third-party apps without any problems, Apple itself should have ...

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Ring introduces end-to-end encryption

Ring introduces end-to-end encryption

Ring, an Amazon company and provider of security solutions such as video doorbells, announces the availability of end-to-end encryption. The function ensures that the video streams from the camera to the device on which they are streamed remain encrypted. The whole thing will be available as a “technical ...

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Password manager: KeePass 2.47 released

Password manager: KeePass 2.47 released

Dominik Reichl has released version 2.47 of the open source password manager KeePass. KeePass versions 1 and 2 differ greatly in their functions, but there are users for whom version 1 is sufficient. You can find an overview of the differences between KeePass 1 and KeePass 2 on this page. After version ...

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Synology: This is the RS1221 + with an AMD Ryzen processor

Synology: This is the RS1221 + with an AMD Ryzen processor

The RackStation form factor of a Synology NAS should probably - especially in terms of price - be an issue for very few readers. Nevertheless, there are always enthusiasts who put such equipment in the basement. Synology has not yet communicated an official market launch, but is already revealing the ...

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Telekom introduces fully automated online identification

Telekom introduces fully automated online identification

According to its own statements, Telekom is the first telecommunications provider to introduce the selfie identification process from Nect GmbH for the digital identification of customers. What does that mean for you guys? Well, you can record a video of the front and back of your ID card on your ...

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