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[TheRecord] EFF to deprecate HTTPS Everywhere extension as HTTPS is becoming ubiquitous

The Electronic Frontier Foundation said it is preparing to retire the famous HTTPS Everywhere browser extension after HTTPS adoption has picked up and after several web browsers have introduced HTTPS-only modes. “After the end of this year, the extension will be in ‘maintenance mode’ for 2022,” said Alexis Hancock, Director of Engineering at the EFF. Maintenance […]

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[SecurityWeek] ‘World’s Leading Bank Robbers’: North Korea’s Hacker Army

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Nuclear-armed North Korea is advancing on the front lines of cyberwarfare, analysts say, stealing billions of dollars and presenting a clearer and more present danger than its banned weapons programmes. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SecurityWeek] Many GitLab Servers Affected by Actively Exploited Flaw Patched Six Months Ago

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An actively exploited remote code execution vulnerability in GitLab continues to affect roughly 30,000 Internet-facing installations six months after patches were released, Rapid7 says. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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