Microsoft Offers Up to $30,000 for Flaws in Chromium-Based Edge

Microsoft is offering up to $30,000 for vulnerabilities found in the new version of its Edge browser. Microsoft this week announced the release of the first Beta preview of the upcoming version of Edge, which is based on Chromium. The company also unveiled a new bug bounty program that gives researchers the opportunity to earn significant bounties for responsibly disclosing vulnerabilities in the new Edge. According to Microsoft, the…

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South Korea pulls out of intel sharing pact with Japan amid trade dispute

South Korea said it would withdraw from an intelligence sharing agreement with Japan late Thursday, escalating the ongoing trade dispute between the two countries.  It is the latest tit-for-tat in the trade dispute that started when Japan announced in July that it had imposed trade restrictions against South Korea regarding the export of key materials that go into semiconductors and display screens, citing national security concerns. Making the announcement…

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GCSEs: StudyTube revision videos got me through exams

Image copyright Ruby Granger/YouTube Watching someone else revising for hours might not sound like the best use of time. But if you’ve done your GCSEs recently, you’ve probably done exactly that on StudyTube. It’s a “weird little niche of YouTube where you have students helping other students,” according to StudyTuber Ruby Granger. She’s been posting revision content for four years now. Ruby makes “study with me” videos, some of…

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