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[TheRecord] Google will extend Permission Auto-Reset feature to older Android versions

Google announced plans today to port its Permission Auto-Reset feature from Android 11 to older versions of its mobile operating system, as far back as Android 6. Launched last fall, the Permission Auto-Reset feature works by automatically withdrawing user permissions from an app that hasn’t been opened and used for a few months. “Starting in […]

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[TheRecord] STARTTLS implementations in email clients & servers plagued by 40+ vulnerabilities

A group of German academics said they discovered more than 40 security flaws in the implementation of the STARTTLS feature in today’s most popular email clients and email servers. Also known as Opportunistic TLS, STARTTLS refers to a set of protocol extensions used by email clients and servers to upgrade older email protocols like POP3, IMAP, and SMTP […]

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[SecurityWeek] Dell Patches Critical Vulnerabilities in OpenManage Enterprise

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Patches released this week by Dell for its OpenManage Enterprise product address multiple critical-severity vulnerabilities. A systems management and monitoring application, Dell OpenManage Enterprise provides administrators with a comprehensive view of Dell EMC servers, network switches, and storage in their environment. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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