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2017-12-07 | ProtonMail Bridge, Bounty-targets-data, and Did our security get better?
Thursday, December 7
These 3 departments are causing the biggest cybersecurity problems at your office
TWEET OF THE DAY
[!!!] Chrome now allows admins to block extensions being loaded with specific risky permissions requests. This is great! I tried whitelisting extensions but I couldn’t keep up. This is super-innovative. Thank you @chrome. - @swiftonsecurity
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Attacking windows by windows talk at BlackHat EU
Magoo answers, Did our security get better?
Bounty-targets-data by @arkadiyt
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