Voting machine maker vows to step up security, Fortnite bribes players to do 2FA and more

A vulnerability in SOLEO’s IP relay technology disclosed sensitive files on affected installations. The bug was fixed on August 10, and pushed out to ISPs and other communications providers using the technology. A voting machine maker previously called out for its weak security is kicking off a campaign to harden its products from hackers. Windows 95 has shown up as an Electron app for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It uses the x86 virtualization JavaScript tech dubbed v86 to run the OS. You can also boot Windows 2000 in a browser window, using JavaScript, as well as Linux and FreeDOS, thanks to Qemu supremo Fabrice Bellard.


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