Google joins the dark side: Here’s how to turn on dark mode in Google apps

“Even though Google doesn’t yet offer a system-wide dark mode for its take on Android, the company has been busy updating its apps to include dark mode. They’re not true black, but the dark themes will nonetheless give your eyes some rest when using Google apps in low-light environments.”

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U.S. May Outlaw Messaging Encryption Used By WhatsApp, iMessage And Others, Report

“End-to-end encrypted messaging is a major issue for law enforcement—as the world shifts from easy to crack (for governments) cellular SMS messaging to various flavors of IP messaging, such as WhatsApp, iMessage, Signal and Wickr, governments are exploring their options.”

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Warning Issued For Apple’s 1.4 Billion iPad And iPhone Users

“With Apple’s (admittedly ugly) iPhone 11 now coming together quickly and recent iOS 12 releases looking rock solid, the company has been on something of a roll. But that just changed.”

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New Security Warning Issued For Google’s 1.5 Billion Gmail And Calendar Users

“Google’s Gmail email service is used by upwards of 1.5 billion people. The Google Calendar app, meanwhile, has been downloaded more than a billion times from the Play Store.”

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Robocaller firm Stratics Networks exposed millions of call recordings

“If you’ve ever had a voicemail appear out of nowhere, there’s a good chance Stratics Networks was involved.”

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How To: Understand & Use IPv4 to Navigate a Network

“The format of an IPv4 address can look intimidating, but the average IPv4 address isn’t conveying an overwhelming amount of information.”

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Sacked IT guy annihilates 23 of his ex-employer’s AWS servers

“An employee-from-hell has been jailed after he got fired (after a measly four weeks), ripped off a former colleague’s login, steamrolled through his former employer’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts, and torched 23 servers.”

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Microsoft changes how Windows 10 disconnects USB storage devices

“Microsoft plans to modify the way Windows 10 handles the operation of disconnecting a USB or Thunderbolt storage device. This includes USB thumb drives, external hard drives, flash drives, and even USB data transfer connections established between PCs and smartphones.”

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Cloudflare Adds Free VPN Service to its 1.1.1.1 DNS App

“Cloudflare, one of the most popular companies that provide Content Delivery Network (CDN), DDoS Mitigation, SSL, etc has now announced a free VPN service called Warp for mobile devices. Earlier, last year, the company had released a free Domain Name System (DNS) with an IP Address of 1.1.1.1.”

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Microsoft Radically Changes Windows 10 Upgrades

“Windows 10 has a serious upgrade problem which is getting worse. But now Microsoft has taken decisive action in the most welcome and unexpected of ways…”

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