We signed up for Parler. Here’s what you’ll find on the right’s latest social media platform- Tempemail

A right-wing exodus from Twitter and Facebook following accusations of conservative censorship spiked a surge in downloads and new user accounts on Parler, which has branded itself “the free speech social network”. Far-right figures banned from other platforms have found a new home on the app, where right-leaning or far-right Continue Reading

Monash Uni infosec staff find gaping security hole in Palo Alto Networks gear – Security- Tempemail

Palo Alto Networks has issued patches for a critical authentication bypass in several of its enterprise security products that was reported to the security vendor by two Monash University infosec staff. The flaw, discovered by cybersecurity systems analyst Salman Khan and systems engineer Cameron Duck at Monash University, rates 10 Continue Reading

Artists find fans and creative outlet as they flock towards crowdfunding sites | Technology

Musicians, artists and writers have turned to crowdfunding sites to make up for lost opportunities in lockdown, and their audiences have followed them, leading to a rise in contributions through platforms such as Patreon. Since mid-March more than 70,000 extra creators have joined Patreon, which allows fans to give monthly Continue Reading

Can analog entertainment find a place in consumers’ lives post-lockdown?- Tempemail

Is the boom in jigsaws and board games a blip on the entertainment radar or the beginning or the rebirth of a category? Coley Porter Bell’s John Clark imagines the future of analog post-lockdown. In a world that has suddenly shrunk to the confines of our homes, with face to Continue Reading

How coronavirus helped TikTok find its voice | Technology

A person in a grass-covered suit lurks behind a wheelie bin before sprinting down a residential cul-de-sac. In a cramped bathroom, five housemates lip-sync in a limescale-stained bath. NHS staff dance on a deserted ward. A family of four performs a dance routine in a suburban garden. The father is Continue Reading

Museums hold Twitter showdown to find world’s creepiest object | Culture- Tempemail

A zombie blowfish, a hideous mermaid and a lucky charm made out of a dead man’s finger are all competing to be crowned the creepiest exhibits in the world after an archaeological museum in the north of England challenged curators during the lockdown to showcase their most sinister object. Since Continue Reading

Hackers love to find exploits in Zoom, sell on Dark Web- Tempemail

Read Article Video meet app Zoom that has gained immense popularity among the enterprises, SMBs and schools in India and elsewhere to connect remotely, has also become a treasure trove for both ethical and not-ethical hackers who have zeroed in on the video conferencing app to find privacy and security Continue Reading

If You Find You Are Good At Something, Follow Through With It!- Tempemail

Read Article StuCred is a real-time student credit platform which operates digitally and has an exclusively designed revolutionary app, aimed to empower college students with formal financial inclusion and to give them a head start in building their credit scores. This app offers real-time credit exclusively to college students in India for Continue Reading

Israel taps mobile data to find likely coronavirus carriers – Strategy – Telco/ISP- Tempemail

Israel’s defence ministry plans to use software that analyses data gathered from mobile phones – produced, according to Israeli media, by the spyware firm NSO – to help locate likely carriers of the coronavirus in order to test them. Defence Minister Naftali Bennett told reporters that the “coronameter” would need Continue Reading

NSW Police find core systems vendor for COPS overhaul – Strategy – Cloud – Software- Tempemail

NSW Police has finally settled on a technology solution and delivery partner for the once-in-a-generation overhaul of its core policing system. iTnews can reveal Unisys and US-based public safety software provider Mark43 have been down-selected to deliver the force’s new integrated policing operating system (IPOS). It follows an “extensive global Continue Reading