[ZDNet] Calls to ID social media users is just another Morrison government rush job

The government has escalated its war of words against the social media giants, demanding ID for all users. But it’s a strategy that we already know won’t solve the problem.

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[SecurityWeek] Google Patches 32 Vulnerabilities With Release of Chrome 91

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Google on Tuesday announced the release of Chrome 91 to the stable channel. The latest update patches a total of 32 vulnerabilities. Of the addressed issues, 21 vulnerabilities were discovered by external researchers, including 8 high-severity bugs, 8 medium-severity flaws, and 5 low-severity security holes. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[BleepingComputer] WooCommerce fixes vulnerability exposing 5 million sites to data theft

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