An infectious Robin flying around, a critical OpenSSL vulnerability, access control, AI-based object detection, and more.
- Square/Block sells access to your inbox, but does the law care?
- Raspberry Robin worm infecting several endpoints
- Critical flaw present in OpenSSL 3.0 and above
- Apple's awkward affair with China is ending
- Google's giant 3D video chat booth, Project Starline, is being tested at companies
- Rob Druktenis, Program Manager at Axis Communications, chats about access control technology with streamlined and edge-based solutions
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- Square sells access to your inbox. No one seems to know if the law cares.
- Raspberry Robin's Cyber Worm Infects Thousands of Endpoints
- Prepare Now for Critical Flaw in OpenSSL, Security Experts Warn from Dark Reading
- The end of Apple’s affair with China
- Google is serious about its giant video chat booths, starts real-world testing
- Access control
- Fighting fire with cameras – an innovative and logical step forward
- Commercial real estate
- Sharing knowledge
- Product Security
- AXIS Object Analytics
- An underwater Axis camera put in by Cheebert