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Why Yahoo scanning user email is no cause for panic

The Wall Street Journal yesterday published an unsettling report that the owner of Yahoo, Verizon subsidiary Oath, has been quietly analysing the emails of its 200 million users to sell to advertisers.

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Author: John E Dunn

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Google hasn’t suffered an employee phishing compromise in over a year

Phishing attackers have failed to compromise a single employee account at Google since the company mandated authentication using U2F hardware tokens in early 2017. That’s the remarkable claim made to security writer Brian Krebs.

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Author: John E Dunn