Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#504 Microsoft extends its Windows Hello login security features to apps and the web
Microsoft is bringing to Windows apps (and even the web) some of the convenience and security of being able to use the same tech it uses to keep enterprise laptops safe. The idea here is to let you use the same technology that powers “Windows Hello” — the login security feature of Windows 10 that supports fingerprint scanners, facial recognition and even iris scanners — to log into other services, as well.
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#514 Apple releases iOS 9.3.1 with fix for unresponsive links
#513 Patch out for 'ridiculous' Trend Micro command execution vulnerability
#512 Cybercriminals are overcoming barriers to cooperate on making malware more dangerous
#511 Most prevalent Android ransomware in the west arrives in Japan
#510 Cyber criminals 'hacked law firms'
#509 Weakness in iOS enterprise hooks could let bad apps sneak in
#508 UK cops tell suspect to hand over crypto keys in US hacking case
#507 Meet Remaiten – a Linux bot on steroids targeting routers and potentially other IoT devices
#506 Root servers were not targets of 2015 DDoS attack
#505 CloudFlare: 94 percent of the Tor traffic we see is “per se malicious”
#504 Microsoft extends its Windows Hello login security features to apps and the web
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