They may share common causes, but the world's largest tech firms are not above taking veiled and not-so-veiled potshots at each other, as the latest sniping between Google and Microsoft illustrates.
Amid criticism for poor security moderation in its Play Store, Google is offering security researchers a $1,000 bounty if they can successfully hack apps on its Play Store and help fix them.
While device-makers and software companies scramble to patch a vulnerability that potentially exposes every Wi-Fi session to hacking, another cryptographic flaw threatens the security of critical systems.
A serious security weakness discovered in the WPA2 wireless networking protocol likely affects every device that supports Wi-Fi. Don't miss this important news on critical updates needed.
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