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Answer -A new variant of Java-based malware can execute regardless of the operating system used. Nick Lewis explains how to limit the threat.
Definition -Canvas fingerprinting (CPF) is a surreptitious online user tracking technique that relies on minute differences in text or images drawn on command by users’ browsers. This definition of canvas fingerprinting explains what it is, how it works, and how to disable it.
Answer -A variant of malware on Android devices removes and reinstalls itself when a device powers on or off. Learn how to completely eradicate the threat.