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How to add an HTTP security header to a server

Expert Judith Myerson outlines the different types of HTTP security headers and how to add them to different servers, including Apache, Ngnix and Microsoft IIS Manager.

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Defense Department publicly exposes AWS data

A security researcher at UpGuard found exposed data in Amazon Web Services' cloud storage buckets. And once again, the data belongs to the Department of Defense.

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Researcher nets Chrome Reward Program bug bounty

An anonymous security researcher has once again earned the top Google bug bounty prize in the Chrome Reward Program for a Chrome OS exploit chain.

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Researchers fool Apple's Face ID with 3D printed mask

News roundup: In under a week after its release, researchers were able to bypass the main iPhone X security feature, Face ID. Plus, Microsoft patched a 17-year-old flaw, and more.

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    Defense Department publicly exposes AWS data

    A security researcher at UpGuard found exposed data in Amazon Web Services cloud storage buckets and once again the data belongs to the Department of Defense.

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    Researcher nets Chrome Reward Program bug bounty

    An anonymous security researcher has once again earned the top Google bug bounty prize in the Chrome Reward Program for a Chrome OS exploit chain.

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