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Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner Hacked

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner Hacked

  Samsung Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Scanner Hacked The Samsung Galaxy S5 hasn’t been on sale for a week, and already a German security firm has hacked its fingerprint reader. The Berlin based firm “SRLabs” employed the exact same trick used to hack the iPhone 5’s own fingerprint reader. The hack only needs a cameraphone photo of the fingerprint […]

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Heartbleed bug creates confusion on internet

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Heartbleed bug creates confusion on internet

Heartbleed bug creates confusion on internet The Heartbleed bug exploits a vulnerability in a version of the OpenSSL security software code that is installed on two-thirds of the active servers connected to the internet This week it has emerged that a major security flaw at the heart of the internet may have been exposing users’ […]

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OpenID Connect enables online identity

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OpenID Connect enables online identity

OpenID Connect enables online identity Identity standards aren’t sexy. Biometrics, encryption apps and systems that enable high-assurance authentication get much of the attention but standards that make all these technologies work across the Internet are a necessity. OpenID is one of these underlying technologies and the latest version of the standard – OpenID Connect – […]

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Identity and access management policy for the 21st century

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Identity and access management policy for the 21st century

Identity and access management policy for the 21st century Gone are the days when securing sensitive business information meant locking up documents in the company filing cabinet. Modern organizations are rapidly recognizing that even user names and passwords aren’t enough to limit access to networks and applications. Businesses and government agencies are struggling to figure […]

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Host card emulation enables NFC without a secure element

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Host card emulation enables NFC without a secure element

Host card emulation enables NFC without a secure element Many agree that NFC technology is yet to realize its full potential in the consumer marketplace, but a new piece of Android software could turn the tide and make way for a renewed NFC landscape. The forthcoming Android 4.4 operating system, more commonly referred to as […]

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Winter 2013 Regarding ID Magazine available via interactive PDF viewer

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Winter 2013 Regarding ID Magazine available via interactive PDF viewer

Winter 2013 Regarding ID Magazine available via interactive PDF viewer AVISIAN Publishing is pleased to announce the release of the interactive version of the winter 2013 issue of Regarding ID. The interactive feature enables a miniature mode that you can thumb through as well as a full screen mode that allows you to read the […]

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Oregon University expands Disability Access Services with AeroScout Wi-Fi

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Oregon University expands Disability Access Services with AeroScout Wi-Fi

Oregon State University expands Disability Access Services with AeroScout Wi-Fi Oregon State University (OSU) has deployed the AeroScout real-time location system (RTLS) and asset tracking and management solution campus-wide to increase accessibility and inventory utilization. OSU’s Disability Access Services (DAS) uses the solution to track the real-time location of specialized items for students, faculty and […]

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What is RFID – Using RFID in Human

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What is RFID – Using RFID in Human

What is RFID? RFID is “Radio frequency identification” used for technologies that practice radio waves to automatically recognize objects & even Humans. There are various systems of identification, but the most communal is to store a serial number that identifies a person and possibly other information, on a microchip that is attached to an antenna. […]

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Facebook ending its email service

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Facebook ending its email service

Facebook ends its @facebook.com email address service due to low users usage. Couple of years ago, Facebook unveils its new email service enabling users to have their own @facebook.com email address. For many it was the so called “next generation email messaging” and described as personal & innovative. Today the giant social network has terminated […]

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Gmail makes it easy to unsubscribe

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Gmail makes it easy to unsubscribe

Gmail has included recently a button “unsubscribe” to you Inbox messages to allow users getting away from the marketing messages received so they are permanently removed from your mailing. usually people send these marketing messages to spam because they simply don’t want to receive similar items, but with the unsubscribe feature, this will help both […]

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