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Security News This Week: A Teen Waltzed Into Mar-a-Lago


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SOURCE: https://www.wired.com/story/security-news-mar-a-lago-teen/
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The video doesn’t quite reach deepfake territory—it’s actually pretty crude—but this is as good a time as ever to mention that researchers are coming up with new strategies to fight manipulated images, like baking tamper-proofing into the camera itself.Here’s some good news: Google is finally making Chrome extensions safer. To make matters worse, the company then produced a video ad in which it bragged about how easily it had “hacked the results to reach one of the most difficult places: the top of the world’s largest search engine.” Needless to say, the Wikimedia Foundation was none too pleased. There is one exception: Google will be letting paid “enterprise” clients have access to the old system, though 9to5Google notes the purpose of this exception likely has nothing to do with ad-blocking; it’s probably to allow paid customers to make bespoke extensions that do all sorts of other things.WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez visits with Stanford neuroscientist David Eagleman to learn about illusions showing water that appears to stand still or float upward, wheels that appear to move backwards, and more.CNMN Collection© 2018 Condé Nast.

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