Mozilla released version 52 of Firefox, which brings new security features, as well as support for WebAssembly, a low-level programming language for the Web.Reports: eWeek, CSO Australia, Ars Technica
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Apple suspends password resets after critical account-hijack bug is found Using DOB and a modified URL, attackers could reportedly take control of accounts.
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