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Police warn of fake package notifications via SMS and e-mail

Police warn of fake package notifications via SMS and e-mail

The police already warned in January 2021 that a very aggressive scam is currently being used by criminals: You will receive a package notification with a link via SMS. Under the link you should supposedly be able to follow the shipment. I have also been bombed with it, so I can confirm this. If you now ...

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Ubiquiti comments on explosive data leak

Ubiquiti comments on explosive data leak

Network equipment maker Ubiquiti hit the media - this time with no reviews. In January, the company announced that there had been a data breach, so an attacker could have gained access to information. Read in the January statement "not that wild". Allegedly, however, it should have been much ...

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QNAP: Security update against severe security vulnerabilities

QNAP: Security update against severe security vulnerabilities

We keep reporting here about new solutions from QNAP and Synology - both in terms of hardware and software. At QNAP it is said that some NAS devices from the Taiwanese manufacturer are said to be affected by a security gap. This has been going on for several months - and although, according to the report ...

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Samsung explains its four-year update plan in more detail

Samsung explains its four-year update plan in more detail

At the end of February of this year, Samsung announced that in the future it would like to ensure that many existing devices and of course all those still to come should receive system updates for four years. Unfortunately, there were probably all sorts of inconsistencies as to how this four-year plan ...

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LastPass: As of today, free use is severely restricted

LastPass: As of today, free use is severely restricted

The little reminder for users who have passed it by so far. The LastPass password manager is now subject to severe restrictions if you are rooted in the “free account”. LastPass Free will only include access to unlimited devices of one type. If you are a free user with a laptop, you can continue to use ...

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Dropbox Passwords available to all users soon

Dropbox Passwords available to all users soon

Last year, the Dropbox Passwords password manager was introduced to all paid Dropbox subscriptions to make it easier to log into websites and store passwords. The app remembers user names and passwords on all end devices - users no longer have to do this themselves. The zero-knowledge encryption ensures ...

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