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Zoom along with the cybersecurity company Check Point has fixed an issue with its vanity URLs that could have potentially allowed hackers to manipulate meeting ID links for phishing purposes. If users had accepted or clicked on the particular malicious vanity URL, attackers could’ve possibly injected malware into the device to carry out a phishing attack. A vanity URL is described as a custom URL used by brands for marketing purposes..
Come December 8, 2019, Spidey is all set to say Hello, Vanakkam, Namaste and Namaskaram with the World Television Premiere of Spider Man: Far From Home on December 8, 2019, at 1PM, 7PM and 9PM in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. With this, viewers will now be able to enjoy an unparalleled movie viewing experience and watch the biggest titles like Jumanji: The Next Level, Charlie’s Angels and many more that will soon be available on keep the momentum going, also brings to its viewers a new programming block “Flix For All” now in your own language, weekdays at 9PM. The block includes a specially curated line up of high octane movies, which will not only be aired in English, but also in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.
Addition of a hard cover makes it more durable and aesthetically pleasing as well. Items like sash, button badges, mugs, birthday cards. Personalized gifts are amazing and kids love them.. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeBrain implants and hologram technology could replace letters and Post it notes as ways people communicate in the future, a new survey has revealed.Children charity Barnardos asked 3,262 children and adults across Britain how they think young people will talk to each other in 30 years time.Holograms were chosen by 28% of adults and 39% of 8 18 year olds, while body and brain implants were picked by 31% of children and 22% of adults.One in five adults (20%) thought a new language like emojis would be used, as did a quarter (25%) of young people.Only 13% of children and 9% of adults said they thought young people will write messages to each other in 2049.Facebook is working on a brain computer interface that will let you communicate using only your mindPopular communication tools of the future were wearables like smartwatches and augmented reality glasses (52% of adults and 60% of young people).Interestingly, more than half (56%) of young people were worried that people their age would spend too much time online and not enough time talking to people face to face in the future.”I think it will be hard for people to communicate in real life,” one of the children who took part in the survey commented”If adults are staring at a screen then children won copy [their interactions].