By ZDNet Staff
| August 22, 2010 -- 23:00 GMT (16:00 PDT)
| Topic: Security
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The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Germany's cyber-security agency recommends Firefox as most secure browser
Germany's BSI tested Firefox, Chrome, IE, and Edge. Firefox was only browser to pass all minimum requirements for mandatory security features.
Permanent Record, book review: The whistleblower's tale
Edward Snowden's compelling memoir details how he exposed secret US government surveillance programmes, and the personal cost involved.
Cybersecurity warning: This sophisticated Russian hacking group is back in action again
Cisco: These Wi-Fi access points are easily owned by remote hackers, so patch now
Cisco is urging customers with Aironet Wi-Fi access points to address four separate security flaws.
UK porn block collapses and I couldn’t be happier about it
Opinion: The porn block was unenforceable and an empty promise -- and its withdrawal is a win for privacy.
ASIO discloses LinkedIn foreign intelligence threat
It also warned that the telecommunications sector is an 'attractive target' for foreign interference.
UK ends quest to create online porn block
While ending its plans for overt age verification, the UK government said it remains committed to "protecting children online".
OAIC seeks feedback on draft CDR privacy safeguard guidelines
Submissions from industry and the public are being accepted until November 20.
Tor Snowflake turns your browser into a proxy for users in censored countries
Chrome and Firefox extensions released over the summer. Windows support added this month.