Tempemail Joins AWS Marketplace as Cloud Vulnerabilities Rise- Tempemail

Addressing security risks at scale is more important than ever. With a global pandemic accelerating digital transformations, organizations are shipping new products and services at a faster clip, processing new forms of payment, and increasing reliance on web assets. To keep pace, organizations across the globe have decided to expedite Continue Reading

Draft EU legislation seeks to counter ‘dirty methods’ in Europe’s elections | Digital media- Tempemail

Europe’s elections should not be a competition of “dirty methods”, a European commission vice-president has said as she unveiled draft legislation aimed at forcing online platforms including Facebook to publicly disclose the identity of people and entities funding political adverts. Věra Jourová said consumers should know why they are being Continue Reading

Facebook to remove false claims about Covid vaccines | Technology

Facebook is to begin removing false claims about Covid vaccines, the company has announced, as the UK prepares to roll out the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. It is the strongest move yet by Facebook to prevent its platform from being used to promote anti-vaccination rhetoric. The Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab is an mRNA Continue Reading

vivo Launches the Y12s Smartphone in Kenya – Tempemail

vivo has officially introduced its new budget smartphone – the vivo Y12s – to the Kenyan market. The vivo Y12s packs a slew of new features including a 5000mAh battery supporting 10W fast charging and 5W reverse charging, a 6.51-Inch Large Display and a Side-Mounted Fingerprint Scanner. It comes standard Continue Reading

Several Unpatched Popular Android Apps Put Millions of Users at Risk of Hacking – Tempemail

A number of high-profile Android apps are still using an unpatched version of Google’s widely-used app update library, potentially putting the personal data of hundreds of millions of smartphone users at risk of hacking. Many popular apps, including Grindr, Bumble, OkCupid, Cisco Teams, Moovit, Yango Pro, Microsoft Edge, Xrecorder, and Continue Reading

Empire of Sin review – goodfellas, but not greatfellas, in 1920s Chicago | Games

Brick-by-brick and bullet-by-bullet, Empire of Sin tasks you with building your own criminal syndicate in prohibition-era Chicago. Assuming control of one of 14 different mob bosses (including Alphonse “Scarface” Capone), you must establish speakeasies and casinos, supply them with illicitly brewed alcohol, and protect them from the police and rival Continue Reading

TrickBot Malware Gets UEFI/BIOS Bootkit Feature to Remain Undetected – Tempemail

TrickBot, one of the most notorious and adaptable malware botnets in the world, is expanding its toolset to set its sights on firmware vulnerabilities to potentially deploy bootkits and take complete control of an infected system. The new functionality, dubbed “TrickBoot” by Advanced Intelligence (AdvIntel) and Eclypsium, makes use of Continue Reading

APT annual review: What the world’s threat actors got up to in 2020- Tempemail

We track the ongoing activities of more than 900 advanced threat actors; you can find our quarterly overviews here, here and here. Here we try to focus on what we consider to be the most interesting trends and developments of the last 12 months. This is based on our visibility Continue Reading

Afros in Azeroth: the quest for diversity in World of Warcraft | Games

Recently, I’ve spent quite a lot of time pondering what an orc would look like with an afro. This, naturally, led to contemplation of an axe-afro-comb combo, and whether such a contraption would fall under blacksmithing or engineering. That’s because I’ve been playing Shadowlands, the eighth expansion to World of Continue Reading