"What type of damage will [an attack] do to the brain, will it erase your skills or disrupt your skills? What are the consequences – would they come in the form of just new information put into the brain, or would it even go down to the level of damaging neurons that then leads to a rewiring process within the brain that then disrupts your thinking?" says Dr Sasitharan Balasubramaniam, director of research at the Waterford Institute of Technology's Telecommunication Software and Systems Group (TSSG). "It's not only at the information level, it could also be the physical damage as well," he says. … [Read more...] about Soon, your brain will be connected to a computer. Can we stop hackers breaking in?
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Wat de andere verschillen betreft, lijkt het erop dat de standaard Mate 40 een plat beeldscherm heeft, terwijl de Mate 40 Pro aan weerszijden van het scherm gebogen glas heeft. Dit verschilt van het 'quad-curve overflow display' dta eerder in het jaar op de Huawei P40 Pro te zien was, die ook gebogen glas aan de boven- en onderkant van zijn scherm had. … [Read more...] about Gelekte Huawei Mate 40 en Mate 40 Pro renders tonen enorm camera-eiland
Usernames and passwordsEmails and sent messagesData entered into online formsOnline profilesInternet historyPhysical location when onlineOnline purchase historySearch historySocial media postsDevices used Work done onlineOnline videos watchedOnline music, playlists The Okta report lists those categories in descending order (as seen above) to show how aware survey respondents were that those types of data were PII. By the time you reach 'physical location when online', less than half of respondents realized that type of data could be used to identify an internet user. … [Read more...] about Personally identifiable information (PII): What it is, how it’s used, and how to protect it
Her Story ended up being almost equal parts movie as it was game. As the player/viewer, your only interactions involved figuring out new search terms to try plugging into the database engine in order to unlock more interview clips (this is more engaging than it sounds, trust us and try it). The database included more than 300 clips, allowing players/viewers to shape and guide the experience. … [Read more...] about Shall we play a game?
Malicious Android apps can take a variety of forms -- they may be laden with adware designed to generate fraudulent income for developers by forcing users to view or click adverts; banking malware including the Joker variant has been spotted in Google Play apps downloaded close to half a million times, and some fake apps will bury malicious functionality until the moment a victim moves their mobile device. … [Read more...] about This is how malicious Android apps avoid Google’s security vetting