Contacts Generator

Contacts Generator

·This app has three main functions: Contacts generation, deletion and pulling DB.·You can generate random contacts on the specific account you select easily.·You can delete all contacts on the specific account you select by one click.

Google Is Not Creating a Nationwide Coronavirus Info Site

Google Is Not Creating a Nationwide Coronavirus Info Site

In a press conference in the White House Rose Garden, President Trump announced that Google and 1,700 of its engineers are working on a new web site devoted to information about Coronavirus.

MyGovID facial recognition trials slated for mid-2020

MyGovID facial recognition trials slated for mid-2020

But for citizens to access more confidential services – under what the DTA calls identity proofing level three (IP3) – requires that facial verification and liveness detection – or a proof-of-life test – be embedded in the app.

Big Tech Is Testing You

Big Tech Is Testing You

But, as Luca and Bazerman recount, eBay’s marketing group defended the millions of dollars spent on the ads each year, noting that many people who clicked on them ended up buying things on eBay. An experiment was in order.

GoodRx Saves Money on Meds—It Also Shares Data With Google, Facebook, and Others

GoodRx Saves Money on Meds—It Also Shares Data With Google, Facebook, and Others

To determine how GoodRx shares data, we monitored traffic using a data packet-capturing tool to observe the company's Android mobile app and website as we searched for deals on a number of prescription medications.

German Data Protection Agency: Windows 10 1909 Enterprise Telemetry can be fully disabled

German Data Protection Agency: Windows 10 1909 Enterprise Telemetry can be fully disabled

The report, which you can access here (German PDF) suggests that organizations who may buy Enterprise or Education editions of Windows 10 may disable the sending of Telemetry data entirely in Windows 10 version 1909.

Show me my data, and I’ll tell you who I am

Show me my data, and I’ll tell you who I am

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now gives Europeans the right to verify data held by individual companies, including marketing and advertising profiles.Companies can still protect their code and algorithms as business secrets, but in theory they can no longer hide personal data they generate about their users.

How my application ran away and called home from Redmond

How my application ran away and called home from Redmond

After about a minute later we received Slack alert that the Beacon has managed to find a leak from the lab environment.I logged in to my Windows test machine to see if the Beacon is still running.

Delhi Police film protests, run its images through face recognition software to screen crowd

Delhi Police film protests, run its images through face recognition software to screen crowd

This was also the first time Delhi Police used a set of facial images collected from footage filmed at the city’s various protest events to filter “law and order suspects” at the Prime Minister’s rally.

Russia successfully tests country-wide alternative to global internet

Russia successfully tests country-wide alternative to global internet

Russia has run a successful test of a country-wide alternative to the global internet, according to BBC News.Iran’s National Information Network is run by a state-owned media company that allows users to access the internet but polices all content on the network and limits external information.

Opinion | Think Alexa Is Too Creepy For Your Kitchen? Don’t Give It to Aunty Mary.

Opinion | Think Alexa Is Too Creepy For Your Kitchen? Don’t Give It to Aunty Mary.

That investigation, based on a dataset provided by sources alarmed by the unchecked power of the tracking industry, offered a look at more than 50 billion location pings from the phones of more than 12 million Americans across several major cities.

Hackers steal data for 15 million patients, then sell it back to lab that lost it

Hackers steal data for 15 million patients, then sell it back to lab that lost it

Canada’s biggest provider of specialty laboratory testing services said it paid hackers an undisclosed amount for the return of personal data they stole belonging to as many as 15 million customers.LifeLabs said that its investigation so far indicates that the accessed test results were from 2016 or earlier and belonged to about 85,000 customers.

Woman forced to take pregnancy test for flight to Saipan

Woman forced to take pregnancy test for flight to Saipan

After clarifying that this test was indeed administered to a random female passenger and needed to be completed in order to board my flight, I was handed a medical records release form to sign.

DNA test kits threaten kids’ privacy in ways we can’t understand yet

DNA test kits threaten kids’ privacy in ways we can’t understand yet

Privacy policy design can be an ambiguous business even with the best intentions, and I think it would be naive of a consumer to believe that DNA testing companies don’t have an incentive to leverage your data in ways that can’t be foreseen.

Facial recognition protesters put smartphones on their heads to scan the faces of 13,000 Washington DC inhabitants

Facial recognition protesters put smartphones on their heads to scan the faces of 13,000 Washington DC inhabitants

Three activists wandered around busy spots in Washington DC on Thursday using cameraphones to run people's faces through facial recognition software in protest against growing use of the technology.Protesters against facial recognition donned white hazmat suits and cameras to collect face scans of more than 13,000 people.

Trump Mulls Orwellian Proposal to Stop Mass Shootings by Monitoring 'Mentally Ill People' for Signs of Imminent Violence

Trump Mulls Orwellian Proposal to Stop Mass Shootings by Monitoring 'Mentally Ill People' for Signs of Imminent Violence

The Trump administration is reportedly considering a pitch from former NBC Chairman Robert Wright, a presidential pal, for a research program aimed at preventing mass shootings by electronically monitoring people who have received psychiatric diagnoses.

Sardines, Protests, Trees, and Bitcoin — What Do They Have In Common?

Sardines, Protests, Trees, and Bitcoin — What Do They Have In Common?

Image SourceDrawing on lessons from the Umbrella movement, the 2019 Anti-Extradition protests have a decentralised framework which allows groups in different locations to coordinate campaigns.Swimming in large numbers does not protect all of them, but it does allow the majority of the group to survive.

MiFi 4G hotspots are vulnerable to hacking, use a VPN to protect yourself

MiFi 4G hotspots are vulnerable to hacking, use a VPN to protect yourself

A DEFCON 27 talk by Pen Test Partners revealed command injection and remote code execution vulnerabilities in popular 4G hotspots and MiFi routers made by ZTE, Netgear, TP-Link, and Huawei.

Kasper-Spy: Kaspersky Anti-Virus puts users at risk

Kasper-Spy: Kaspersky Anti-Virus puts users at risk

A strange discovery on my office computer led me to unearth an astonishing data leak caused by Kaspersky's antivirus software.The data leak allowed websites to unnoticeably read the individual ID of Kaspersky users.

Windows Defender ranked one of the best antivirus solutions

Windows Defender ranked one of the best antivirus solutions

In the German independent research institute’s May/June 2019 ‘best antivirus software for Windows Home Users’ report, Windows Defender is one of four products to receive perfect 6 out of 6 scores in the protection, performance, and usability categories.

Group dating app 3Fun exposed sensitive data on 1.5 million users

Group dating app 3Fun exposed sensitive data on 1.5 million users

More than 1.5 million users of a group dating service had their personal data exposed — including their real-time location — because of a vulnerability in the app.

Police facial recognition could target 'literally anybody', senior MP says

Police facial recognition could target 'literally anybody', senior MP says

According to internal documents uncovered by Sky News, South Wales Police - the force leading the Home Office-backed trial of the controversial technology - places "persons where intelligence is required" on its watchlists, alongside wanted suspects and missing people.

We Tested Europe’s New Lie Detector for Travelers — and Immediately Triggered a False Positive

We Tested Europe’s New Lie Detector for Travelers — and Immediately Triggered a False Positive

It is a virtual policeman designed to strengthen Europe’s borders, subjecting travelers to a lie detector test before they are allowed to pass through customs.

How to test if your Bluetooth devices support BLE Privacy

How to test if your Bluetooth devices support BLE Privacy

Bluetooth devices, like Wi-Fi devices, support a privacy-enhancing technique that periodically randomizes the broadcasted address, which makes it harder to track them as their owners move about in the world.

Portland may ban masked protesters like antifa in effort to crack down on violent clashes

Portland may ban masked protesters like antifa in effort to crack down on violent clashes

City officials in Portland, Oregon are considering banning masks for protesters in an effort to address clashes between protesters, Th Wall Street Journal reported. Eileen Park, a spokesperson for Mayor Ted Wheeler (D), said officials have been discussing banning the wearing of a mask to evade identification for criminal activity in the city.

Google admits workers listen to private audio recordings from Google Home smart speakers

Google admits workers listen to private audio recordings from Google Home smart speakers

In a statement, the company said a small number of anonymous recordings were transcribed by its experts, and revealed that an investigation had been launched after some Dutch audio data had been leaked.

DNA testing can share all your family secrets. Are you ready for that?

DNA testing can share all your family secrets. Are you ready for that?

DNA testing from the likes of leading services 23andMe and Ancestry, among others, has always boiled down to risk and reward, a fascination and curiosity about one’s roots and/or predispositions to disease, balanced against trepidations around privacy, security, and, for sure, the possibility of an awkward or identity-altering discovery.

Mozilla-central: changeset 480087:caacd1cb3ec10b6d39a4fbdc5eb09a7a703d87c3

Mozilla-central: changeset 480087:caacd1cb3ec10b6d39a4fbdc5eb09a7a703d87c3

QueryInterface(Ci.nsIHttpChannel); + equal(httpChannel.getRequestHeader("Cookie"), "type=chocolate-chip", "The header should be sent"); + .removeObserver(cookieExpectedObserver, "http-on-modify-request"); + cookieExpectedDeferred.resolve(); + } + .addObserver(cookieExpectedObserver, "http-on-modify-request"); + await fetch(serverUrl); + await cookieExpectedDeferred.promise; + + // A request through the NormandyApi method should not send that cookie + const cookieNotExpectedDeferred = PromiseUtils.defer(); + function cookieNotExpectedObserver(aSubject, aTopic, aData) { + equal(aTopic, "http-on-modify-request", "Only the expected topic should be observed"); + let httpChannel = aSubject.

Umbrella: Security made easy

Umbrella: Security made easy

★How do I send a secure email?. ★What is the latest information about security problems in my area?. Whether you are sending sensitive emails, attending a protest or dealing with a kidnapping, Umbrella is your one stop shop for the latest security tools and information.

The Best Reason for Your City to Ban Facial Recognition

The Best Reason for Your City to Ban Facial Recognition

He told reporters they also fined him 90 British pounds, or about $115.Does facial recognition mean that people have to go around in public with their faces covered if they don’t want to be tracked by police?