September 23, 2021
ProtonMail data privacy authorities amendment of policies

As ProtonMail turnovers data to authorities, amendment of policies has to be done

ProtonMail, an end-to-end encrypted email service based in Switzerland, has turned over a French climate activist’s IP address and browser fingerprint to the Swiss authorities. This action of the email service has appeared to be in contrast with their privacy-focused guidelines, which states that they do not keep any IP logs by default.  After the email service...
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Azure flaw vulnerability hackers unauthorized access data cloud computing

Azure vulnerability threatens customers, which may have allowed hackers unauthorized access to data

Security researchers have identified a flaw towards Azure cloud, which threatens its customers about unauthorized hacker access through their data. This warning came from Microsoft themselves. The tech company said from their security team’s blog post that the flaw reported by Palo Alto Networks has already been fixed and worked on. They also added no evidence of abuse...
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