This week, as we are at Midsummer's Day, we look at the final nail in Adobe Flash's coffin, a new Chrome incognito mode feature, the UK's porn block, and a bunch of new malware.
- Google Chrome 76 beta makes it harder to use Flash, easier to dodge paywalls
- Apple restricts online Apple Store access to newer versions of Safari and macOS
- Josh misstated the NetMarketshare statistics. By default, they show the market share over the course of a year, so that fact that macOS Mojave hasn't yet been out a year, the results are skewed. With updated statistics - from April to May of this year - macOS 10.14 usage is 250% of that of macOS 10.13.
- Cellebrite Now Says It Can Unlock Any iPhone for Cops
- Forbes: UK Porn Block Is Just The Privacy Risk You'd Expect
- In-the-wild security vulnerability fixed in Firefox 67.0.3 & Firefox ESR 60.7.1
- OSX/Linker malware found in the wild exploiting recently exposed zero-day Mac vulnerability
- LoudMiner: Cross-platform mining in cracked VST software
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