8P-Design presents its selection of articles on the latest digital news:
- Google Halves App Store Fees, Following Similar Apple Move
- Twitter is Testing a New 'Undo' Option for Sent Tweet
- Microsoft Exchange Flaw Causes Hacking of Thousands of Businesses
- Google Chrome: a critical security flaw in the browser
- The new Dropbox password manager will be free for personal use
Original Title: Google Halves App Store Fees, Following Similar Apple Move - Bloomberg
Informations : English, Google, March 16th, 2021
Following in Apple's footsteps, Google has decided to halve the percentage it takes from developers on their sales through the Google Play Store. Indeed, Google now takes 15% on sales, a percentage that was previously 30%. For more information on this good news for developers, see the full Bloomberg article.
Original title: Twitter is Testing a New 'Undo' Option for Sent Tweets - Social Media Today
Informations : English, Social Media, March 16th, 2021
For several years, Twitter users have been asking for Twitter to introduce a function to edit previously posted tweets. Twitter has always been firm that it does not see this feature as a future option for their platform. However, Twitter is trying to compromise by introducing the “undo” function. Indeed, once a tweet has been sent, you might see the "undo" button, to not publish the tweet. To learn more about what that means for the platform, see the article.
Original title: Des milliers d’entreprises piratées à cause de failles dans Microsoft Exchange - Le Blog du Modérateur
Informations : French, Microsoft, March 8th, 2021
A group of hackers, nicknamed "Hafnium", took advantage of 4 recently discovered flaws in Microsoft Exchange messaging to steal users' data. Hackers, presumably from China, allegedly carried out this attack, affecting hundreds of thousands of people around the world. For more information, see the Moderator's Blog article.
Original title: Une 3e faille de sécurité critique touche le navigateur Google Chrome en 2021- Le journal Métro
Informations : French, Google Chrome, March 14th, 2021
Since the beginning of 2021, Google Chrome would be in its third security flaw for its browser. This flaw would be of the Zero-Day type, affecting browsers on PC, Mac and Linux. Specifically the update 89.0.4389.90. Good news, this flaw does not seem to affect smartphones. See the article for more information.
Original title: Dropbox declares its password manager will be free to use - The Next Web
Informations : English, Dropbox, March 16th, 2021
Managing passwords is an essential part of online security. That’s why Dropbox is currently working on a password manager. The Dropbox team announced that this manager is going to be free. It’ll be possible to manage up to 50 passwords, on 3 devices. It will also be possible to manage more passwords, at a cost of $ 9.99 (US). See the article for more information on the new Dropbox functionality.
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