Subject of the week | Describe past technologies you miss.Here's something I miss: good battery life on my mobile phone. I remember my old Nokia cell phones and how I'd get to measure battery life in days. Those things could go a week straight with no charging needed! Whereas my iPhone pretty much needs to be charged nightly. Granted, I still think the extra capabilities are a good trade-off, but I keep hoping we can manage to get battery tech improved to the point where modern smartphones can have battery life comparable to older cell phones.
Australia Post is aware that fraudulent SMSs are circulating advising customers that their address has been drawn, that results are in, that you are 1 of 5 lucky winners and then prompting you to click on a link.
The SMS asks you to click on a link that isn't related to Australia Post. The below examples lead to various scam websites and should not be trusted.
After completing the questions they will direct you to a ‘reward’ which asks for your banking information. Please do not provide your banking information – it’s how scammers can take money from your accounts.
A broken U.S. Postal Service API exposed more than 60 million users by allowing a researcher to pull millions of rows of data by sending wildcard requests to the server. The resulting security hole has been patched after repeated requests to the USPS.