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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Massive Suprema Biostar 2 Security Flaw Leaks Biometric Data On 1 Million Users

    Unfortunately, we have another security breach to report on today, and this one involves biometric data on over million people that improperly secured. The system in question is the Suprema Biostar 2 platform, which is used to secure commercial and government building around the globe. Vpnmentor security researchers Noam Rotem...
  • Android Google Play Services Could Be Killing Your Battery Life, Here's A Fix

    Have you noticed your Android handset depleting its battery at a faster clip than usual? If so, the culprit could be a recent update to Google Play Services. There have been multiple reports of unusually fast battery drain on various Android phones running Google Play Services 18.3.82, suggesting there is...
  • Blue's Clues: Four New BlueKeep-Like Wormable RDP Exploits Target Microsoft Windows

    Microsoft is warning Windows users of several new "wormable" exploits similar in style to BlueKeep, two of which are tagged as critical Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerabilities. As with BlueKeep, which Microsoft patched a few months ago, the exploits exist within the Remote Desktop Services protocol (formerly known as Terminal...
  • Latest Sony PlayStation 5 Rumors Hint At 2GHz Radeon Navi GPU And February 2020 Unveil

    Sony has been surprisingly vocal about its upcoming PlayStation 5, first giving us details about the game console back in April. We know that the PlayStation 5 will be a 4K gaming beast, it will be based on AMD Ryzen 3000 and Navi architectures, and that it will have an incredibly...
  • Apex Legends Gamers Rail Against EA For Cosmetics Price Gouging

    Apex Legends fans are not happy with EA and Respawn Entertainment thanks to high prices for that the loot being doled out in the current Iron Crown event. The problem that gamers have is in how Apex Legends has priced the items and how they are handed out.  It costs...
  • Apple Has A Samsung Moment As FAA Bans Recalled MacBook Pros From US Flights

    The FAA has a history of banning devices from commercial flights that are covered in a recall that poses a fire risk. A fire in a commercial aircraft flying at altitude is a major hazard, to say the least. In the past, the FAA banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones...
  • Biostar security software 'leaked a million fingerprints'

    More than a million fingerprints and other sensitive data have been exposed online by a biometric security firm. Researchers working with cyber-security firm VPNMentor managed to access data from a security tool called Biostar 2. It is used by thousands of companies worldwide, including the UK's Metropolitan Police, to control...
  • Facebook workers listened to Messenger conversations

    Hundreds of workers were paid to transcribe voice recordings of Facebook users, it has emerged. Facebook is the latest company to confirm it has used third-party workers to do such work, following Google, Apple, Microsoft and Amazon. The practice had been halted "more than a week ago", Facebook said. Workers...
  • Eizo ColorEdge CG319X review: Professional perfection

    This is an insane monitor. Not only because of that price, but because of its sheer talent; it's truly the Lionel Messi of monitors. Want a huge 31.1in screen for editing HDR video? No problem, because the CG319X comes equipped with everything you need. Need perfect colour matching for an...
  • Facebook Admits Human Contractors Listened To User Audio From Messenger App

    Much like Apple, Google, and Amazon have admitted to paying contractors to listed to audio from their respective digital assistants, Facebook is now coming clean about its own similar practice. In a new report today, Facebook confirmed that it has been using paid contractors to listen to audio clips obtained from users...

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