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Is Apple’s iPhone X FaceID secure, cybersecurity experts give mixed views

To make things more convenient and easy, Apple’s new iPhone X has removed the home screen button and has put up a face recognition technology to unlock the iPhone. The new biometric FaceID uses a 3D scan of the face as a password to unlock the device. Some of the experts say, Apple might be exposing its users to a serious security risk.
India was 5th most affected country by WannaCry ransomware: Report

India was the 5th most affected country by WannaCry ransomware: Report

India was the 5th most affected country by WannaCry ransomware, said a report from cybersecurity vendor F-Secure. The report said that ransomware attacks grew in volume by over 400 percent in 2017 compared with the previous year.
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