How to turn off Windows 10 keylogger?

How to turn off Windows 10 keylogger?

How to turn off Windows 10 keylogger? I was told that Windows 10 records every keystroke and sends it back to Microsoft. Is this true, and if so, can I disable keylogging on Windows 10?   Disable Windows 10 keylogger: 1. Go to Start Menu > click on the Settings menu. 2. Click on Privacy. 3. under the General section, tweak different privacy settings. 4. For instance, you can toggle the following setting off: Send Microsoft info about how I write to help us improve typing and writing in the future. 5. Also, click go to Speech, inking and typing section to switch off the Stop getting to know me feature. 6. Apart from these, you can also turn off different other privacy invading features. Go to Microphone or Camera to turn these off for the device or for specific apps. You can also explore several more settings in the Privacy section that you may want to check out to see what else you want to switch off. Original text...
Peugeot and IBM to develop services using connected car data

Peugeot and IBM to develop services using connected car data

Peugeot and IBM will use connected car data to develop services and products that other car brands, smart cities and retailers can use. Peugeot Citroën is planning on analysing its driver’s data to help other industries like retailers, smart cities and car dealerships create better services. The carmaker, which claims to have the largest number of connected cars on the road, will work with IBM to create new business opportunities in the automotive distribution, smarter city and retail space. Data could be used to inform road-building decisions within cities, and develop smart communication services to help ease traffic and congestion, for example. Competitor BMW has previously said it would not sell any of its customer’s car data to third companies. Brigitte Courtehoux, PSA Peugeot Citroën’s connected products lead said: “We realised early on that connected vehicles, as part of the Internet of Things, were a key factor in the improvement of the customer experience towards our Brands. “In partnership with IBM, we are unleashing connected services to the masses, so consumers can experience a new level of comfort and convenience from their cars, while industries seize new opportunities to deliver personalised services.” The firms first struck a deal last year, when the carmaker turned to IBM for its Big Data and Analytics tool and MobileFirst Solutions to help provide connected services to drivers, Now, an expanded seven-year agreement will focus on commercialising these services to other customers, and building technology that other clients will benefit from, all marketed from an Innovation Centre in Paris. IBM’s global automotive lead, Dirk Wollschläger said: “Under this partnership with PSA Peugeot Citroën, we are...
World’s Most Advanced Hackers are in Russia and Eastern Europe

World’s Most Advanced Hackers are in Russia and Eastern Europe

As MD for international markets, LogRhythm’s Ross Brewer is well versed in the latest geographical trends and targets. “Germany is a big target at the moment”, he told Infosecurity. “It is a manufacturing country with amazing IP. It’s a country conscious of monitoring its population too much with a focus on employee privacy, and this is not lost on the hacking community.” German IP is therefore a target and tends to end up in Asia, according to Brewer. As an emerging market, the Middle East positioning itself as ‘the destination’ is also a target, Brewer said. “The biggest threat to Europe comes from Eastern countries where the most experienced, most capable hackers are. The most advanced hackers on the planet reside in Russia and Eastern Europe.” Threats from Asia tend to be less stealthy, however, Brewer declared. “So whilst the most obvious threat comes from Asia, the most real threat comes from East Europe.” LogRhythm’s Brewer also flagged the French market as vulnerable, notably “because they buy all their technology from within France, but forget they’re plugged into a global internet which leaves them exposed.” Brewer also addressed Africa. “As technologies become more pervasive and wireless more common in Africa, there will be increased threat activity. At the moment, the African infrastructure is not on the same level as the rest of the world, with power and technology intermittent, but as that increases, so too will the threat”. “Critical infrastructure is the target now, in every country”, Brewer told Infosecurity. The Pervasive Insider Threat Problem A recent survey of 1000 IT professionals, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of LogRhythm,...
Over 30 vulnerabilities found in Google App Engine

Over 30 vulnerabilities found in Google App Engine

Over 30 vulnerabilities found in Google App Engine Researchers escaped the Java sandbox on the cloud platform and executed code on the underlying system By Lucian Constantin | Published: 09:51, 10 December 2014 Serious vulnerabilities exist in Google App Engine (GAE), a cloud service for developing and hosting Web applications, a team of security researchers has found. The vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to escape from the Java Virtual Machine security sandbox and execute code on the underlying system, according to researchers from Security Explorations, a Polish security firm that found many vulnerabilities in Java over the past few years. “There are more issues pending verification — we estimate them to be in the range of 30+ in total,” wrote Adam Gowdiak, the CEO and founder of Security Explorations, in a post on the Full Disclosure security mailing list that describes his company’s GAE findings. The Security Explorations researchers couldn’t fully investigate all of the issues because their test account on GAE was suspended, likely due to their aggressive probing, he said. Related Articles on Techworld Google App Engine gets Go language, high memory support | Google App Engine cloud platform upgraded | Google App Engine SDK gets multitenancy | Google News to be shut down in Spain ahead of new law Security Explorations sent details about the vulnerabilities and the associated proof-of-concept code to Google on Sunday after being contacted by the company, Gowdiak wrote via email on Tuesday, adding that Google is now analyzing the material. After breaking out of the Java sandbox, which separates Java applications from the underlying system, the Security Explorations team started to...