This just in: Google doesn’t want to block third-party cookies in Chrome right now. It has promised to make them obsolete later, though. Wait – what? The search engine giant gave us the latest update this week in the journey towards what it says will be a more private, equitable web. It announced this initiative, […]Google … Continue reading Google to kill third-party Chrome cookies in two years — Infosec News Ireland
Let's build a small site in Node.js using Express that will have one protected page Http auth basic prompt dialog We are going to use express generator to generate some scaffolding. If you didn't install it just type this command to install it globally but if you already know all this stuff you might skip … Continue reading Http auth basic in Node js and Express
You know those Android dialogue boxes that pop up when you first run an app, asking you what permissions you want to give the software? They’re not as useful as we all thought.
Zoom, a company that sells video conferencing software for the business market, is tweaking the app to fix a vulnerability in the Mac software that allows malicious websites to force users into a Zoom call with the webcam turned on. https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2019/07/09/zoom-flaw-could-force-mac-users-into-meetings-expose-video-feed/ Photo by Philipp Katzenberger on Unsplash