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WPA3, the third generation of Wi-Fi security, has one giant flaw: You – Digital Trends

WPA3, the third generation of Wi-Fi security, has one giant flaw: You  Digital Trends

Few people are overly concerned with Wi-Fi security, happy to connect to public wireless networks and do little to even protect their own home networks. As long as it has a password, we think we’re safe. As usual, keeping yourself secure is never as easy as it seems. Password protection forms part of a system called Wi-Fi Protected Access, or WPA, which is about to get more secure in the form of WPA3. Despite the improvements it brings, WPA will never be a silver bullet. There are some serious flaws in it that have been present since the very first WPA was initiated. Until we face those, ou…

Everything Apple Announced Today – Gizmodo

Everything Apple Announced Today  Gizmodo

Photo: AP It’s not uncommon for Apple’s annual developer conference to start a little sleepily. That was not the case today, as Tim Cook and friends made significant announcements including the death of a legendary app and the birth of a brand new computer. It actually felt a little bit exhilarating. Of course, many people expected to see iTunes die and a new Mac Pro to be born at the 2019 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote. What seemed a little more surprising were all of the little details and new features announced in between those big moments on stage. We saw intriguing upda…

Eos Developer Block.one Announces Blockchain-Based Social Media Platform Voice – Cointelegraph

Eos Developer Block.one Announces Blockchain-Based Social Media Platform Voice  Cointelegraph

Eos parent company Block.one has announced Voice, a social media platform built on the Eos blockchain to provide users with back-end transparency Eos (EOS) parent company Block.one has announced a blockchain-based social media platform called Voice, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on June 1. The firm claims that the platform will use the Eos blockchain to provide transparency on how it operates, without hidden algorithms or content-pushing mechanisms of which the user is unaware. In the press release, the CEO of Block.one, Brendan Blumer, compared Voice with tradition…

US, Japan Top Sources of Traffic to Crypto Exchanges Globally: Study – Cointelegraph

US, Japan Top Sources of Traffic to Crypto Exchanges Globally: Study  Cointelegraph

The United States sees the most traffic to cryptocurrency exchanges, according to recent research. The United States is the top source of traffic to cryptocurrency exchanges globally, Cointelegraph Japan reported on June 1. The research was released by crypto news outlet The Block on May 31. The study shows that 24.5% of the total traffic directed to crypto exchanges originates in the U.S. Japan came in second, with 10% of the total traffic, while South Korea got about 6.5% and Indonesia about 4.5%. Still, as The Block points out, some countries — for instance China — block access to crypto…