Samsung has released the One UI 4.1 update based on Android 12 for the Galaxy Tab Active3 tablet, which was announced in September 2020 and initially ran the Android 10 operating system with a proprietary One UI 2.5 shell.
The update brings all the known changes to the Galaxy Tab Active3 in terms of new features and design, which includes Android 12 and One UI 4.1. In addition, the firmware also includes March 2022 Android security patches.
The new firmware version is T575XXU3CVD1 and is already available in Switzerland, but will soon be available in all regions of the world where this device is sold.
The tablet received an eight-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, an Exynos 9810 single-chip system and 4 GB of RAM. The cameras of the device have a resolution of 13 and 5 megapixels. The battery capacity is 5050 mAh, the important point is that it is removable, that is, users can easily replace it. The tablet runs Android 10, also has DeX support and a microSD card slot. The tablet complies with US military standard MIL-STD-810H and IP68 rating.
Samsung is to be commended for maintaining the lead in Android 12 adoption rates among all other manufacturers.
Employees of Apple and Twitter are driven to the offices. You can get fired for working from home
Zoe Schiffer, who was recently managing editor of Twitter and now holds the same position at Platformer, said that Apple strictly monitors how employees visit offices.
Apple tracks employee attendance (using electronic badge records) and alerts employees if they don’t show up to the office at least 3 times a week.
Some at Apple, according to Schiffer, say that non-compliance could lead to dismissal, but she added that this does not seem like company policy.
In addition, she revealed that her former boss, Elon Musk, sent an email to Twitter employees at 2:30 a.m. stating that “office visits are no longer optional.” The billionaire noticed that the San Francisco office was half empty when he last visited.
Scissors undercut: Windows 11 vulnerability reveals sensitive information from screenshots, including deleted parts
A dangerous vulnerability has been discovered in one of the standard Windows 11 applications that could lead to the disclosure of sensitive information to the user. Moreover, at the moment the vulnerability is not closed and attackers can use it.
We are talking about the application Snipping Tool (Scissors). The vulnerability, called aCropalypse, allows you to undo changes made by a user when editing a screenshot, including cropped or blurred parts that hide sensitive data.
When you edit a screenshot, you can save it with the same name as the original file by overwriting it. However, as it turns out, the Windows 11 Snipping Tool does not remove the original information from the file, but simply leaves it added at the end, which is usually invisible to users. With some trickery, a potential attacker can extract hidden information from a file and see what information has been edited.
As you can see, edited screenshots are usually much larger due to the inclusion of information from the original image.
This is a pretty serious vulnerability. For example, if you share a screenshot of an order confirmation page on Amazon, it may contain an address, the same goes for credit card numbers and other sensitive data.
Whatsapp has a big update for groups – you can see common groups and more
The WhatsApp team announced the launch of new features that improve the experience of groups for both administrators and ordinary users. As noted in the press service, managing and navigating through groups will become easier.
Admins have new controls to control privacy in groups. Now admins will be able to accept or reject requests to join a group through an invite link or directly from the community.
For ordinary users, it became possible to easily view common groups. You can now find shared groups by contact name. This is convenient, for example, if the user needs to check which group an acquaintance belongs to with him.
The new features have begun rolling out and will be available to all WhatsApp users in the coming weeks.
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