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iOS: Burner, the app that lets you generate disposable numbers for dating sites, selling stuff online, or anything else you’d need private calls or texts for, just unveiled a new version with some third-party plugins and premium offerings that are worth a look.
The automation of IT is on the rise, as noted by Gartner earlier this week as organisations increasingly opt to use intelligent systems that obviate the need for human intervention. But security is a touchy area when it comes to automation. Sure, there are probably a lot of repetitive tasks that security professionals would love to hand over to machines but they are reluctant to relinquish control. We take a look at the pros and cons of automation in network security.
We’ve heard a lot about Stagefright, the collective name for the critical vulnerabilities which makes an estimated 950 million Android devices open to attacks was found earlier this year. Now two new security bugs have been discovered which affects even more Android devices. This is what we know about Stagefright 2.0.