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How to protect yourself on dating apps | #bumble | #tinder | #pof | #onlinedating | romancescams | #scams

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Getty Images Romance, as it seems, has now moved on to our phones and virtual dates are the new normal as of 2021. Weather it’s love you’re looking for, companionship, […]

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Top Dating Apps and Sites for People with Herpes: | Paid Content | Detroit | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

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How Two College Seniors, Daniel Newman and Leor Massachi, Created Tech Startups Dandy And Zoom University — The Apps That Spearheaded The “Live” Revolution in Social Networking | #bumble | #tinder | #pof | #onlinedating | romancescams | #scams

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Los Angeles, CA, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Via Tomorrow’s group – With a pandemic among us, singles have taken to virtual or online dating as a way to […]

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Dating apps now not just a metro thing | #facebookdating | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

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South China Morning Post Japan feels diplomatic squeeze as US-China tensions rise China and Japan have decades of experience in managing their regular diplomatic crises, but escalating tensions over Taiwan […]

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#bumble | #tinder | #pof Slough conman met women on dating apps such as Bumble – then ripped them off to fund his lavish lifestyle | romancescams | #scams

A man who had romantic relationships with women and then defrauded them has been jailed. Vimal Popat’s victims were mostly women he met using online dating sites such as Bumble. […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Perth couple Daniel and Clementine tied the knot after meeting on Tinder. So is love possible via dating apps? | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

“I was living with a housemate and I fell asleep holding his dog’s paw. When I woke up, he said ‘It’s time for you to get a girlfriend’.” This was […] View full post on National Cyber Security

Dating apps are growing and becoming more virtual amid the pandemic | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

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PTA bans Tinder and five other dating apps citing ‘immoral content’ | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has blocked five dating and live streaming applications including the popular Tinder app citing “immoral content”, it said in a statement on Tuesday. The four […] View full post on National Cyber Security

#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Understanding Azure AD’s Basic/O365 Apps Tier

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To better understand the structure of Azure® Active Directory® (AAD or Azure AD), we will be exploring each tier of their services in a four-part series. 

This is the second part of that series. Below we explore the full scope of features offered with Azure AD’s Basic/Office 365™ apps iteration. Each part will cover the benefits of that particular service, as well as the drawbacks that come with each tier. Click here to read our previous blog on Azure AD Free.

Azure Active Directory Basic/Office365 Apps

Azure AD’s second pricing tier was introduced in 2014 alongside its other services. It was meant to serve as an intermediary step for admins that wanted more out of AAD’s Free version, but weren’t ready to commit to Premium P1 or P2.

Initially referred to as Azure AD Basic, this version of AAD was recently renamed “Azure AD Office 365 apps.” It’s included with the purchase of a subscription to Office 365 E1, E3, E5, and F1. 

AAD Office 365 apps is designed to work optimally as a substrate identity solution that’s been paired with a directory service, namely Active Directory. It is meant to provide legacy, on-prem identity management solutions with a bridge to securely connect existing user credentials to select web apps and the Azure infrastructure.

Benefits of Azure AD Office 365 Apps

By itself, AAD O365 apps offers the following features:

  • Sync Office365 user accounts to an unlimited number of directory objects
  • Leverage SSO for up to 10 pre-integrated SaaS applications per user
  • Self-service password changes and resets (for cloud users only)
  • Sync with Azure AD Connect
  • Basic reporting on their substrate identity management solution
  • Service level agreements (SLAs) for Azure infrastructure
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA) only for O365 apps

As with all other versions of Azure AD, O365 apps allows admins to sync their AAD instance with AD through Azure AD Connect. By doing so, they can increase the value of AAD O365 apps by enabling admins to implement important Microsoft features like network authentication via RADIUS (this requires an on-prem NPS server to do so), (Read more…)

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#infosec | Google Pulls 600 Apps from Play Store

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Google has removed almost 600 Android apps from its Play Store for violating its policy on disruptive advertising.

The tech giant has not only removed the titles from the Android marketplace but also banned them from Google AdMob and Ad Manager, meaning their developers will not be able to monetize them on its platforms.

The disruptive ad practices highlighted by Google included “out of context” advertising, which pops up when the user isn’t even logged into a specific app.

“This is an invasive maneuver that results in poor user experiences that often disrupt key device functions and this approach can lead to unintentional ad clicks that waste advertiser spend,” argued Per Bjorke, senior product manager for Ad Traffic Quality.

“For example, imagine being unexpectedly served a full-screen ad when you attempt to make a phone call, unlock your phone, or while using your favorite map app’s turn-by-turn navigation.”

Bjorke explained that Google had developed machine learning functionality to help detect such “out of context” ads, which led to this enforcement action.

“Mobile ad fraud is an industry-wide challenge that can appear in many different forms with a variety of methods, and it has the potential to harm users, advertisers and publishers,” he added.

Google is also getting better at finding and removing apps on its Play Store that contain malware. Last year, it claimed to have increased rejected app submissions by over 55% and app suspensions by more than 66% in 2018.

That doesn’t stop the black hats trying, however: malicious apps still make their way onto the platform and sometimes are downloaded millions of times before being blocked.

In June last year, adware was found in 238 apps on the Play Store, installed by an estimated 440 million Android users.

However, downloading apps from the official marketplace is still the recommended option: last year, Android malware dubbed “Agent Smith” was downloaded over 25 million times from a popular third-party store.

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