To get started, point your mobile browser toward a trusted site that stores APKs (Android Packages). APKMirror is one of the best and most reliable, for example. When you've found the APK that you want to install on your phone, tap the Download APK button and then OK to confirm you understand what Android tells you—that unauthorized apps can harm your device. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, make sure you know what you're doing. … [Read more...] about How to Install Apps From Outside Your Phone’s App Store
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Beginning with apps that debut after Android 11, the permission auto-reset feature will be on by default and something for developers to factor into their plans. Existing apps for Android 10 and below won't have the feature on by default, but users will still be able to toggle a control to turn it on. Google says that eventually it wants to turn permission auto-reset on by default for almost every app, but the company wants to ease it in so the change doesn't inadvertently break functionality for older apps. … [Read more...] about Android 11 Will Help You Rein In Zombie App Permissions
In the second scenario, an attacker would focus on the relationship between an exchange and its customers. Another flaw in the key rotation process, in which it fails to validate all of the statements the two parties make to each other, could allow an exchange with malicious motivations to slowly extract the private keys of its users over multiple key refreshes. From there a rogue exchange could initiate transactions to steal cryptocurrency from its customers. This could also be carried out quietly by an attacker who first compromises an exchange. The flaw is another open-source library, this time from an unnamed key management firm. The firm does not use the library in its own offerings, but the vulnerability could have been incorporated elsewhere. … [Read more...] about Flaws Could Have Exposed Cryptocurrency Exchanges to Hackers
Ultimately, the researchers say, “We conclude that it appears next to impossible to find secret questions that are both secure and memorable.” While Google research isn’t optimistic about these types of questions, they are still in use for many websites, so we need to adapt. … [Read more...] about One lie security experts use all the time and you should, too
Airbus, for instance, has said that the UK exiting the EU without a deal on the single market and customs union would lead to "severe disruption" of its UK production. "This scenario would force Airbus to reconsider its investments in the UK, and its long-term footprint in the country, severely undermining UK efforts to keep a competitive and innovative aerospace industry …," wrote Airbus in a press release (June 21, 2018). … [Read more...] about Farnborough Airshow: Brexit? What Brexit?!
When asked to share their reasons why they'd cheat on their partner, 37% people said they committed infidelity because they wanted to try out something new or spice up their existing relationship. … [Read more...] about Why Indians cheat: The lockdown survey