Some Galaxy Note 7 owners have issues with their non-exploding replacement device


Samsung can’t seem to catch a break at the moment. Three weeks ago, it was discovered that a battery defect was responsible for a number of Galaxy Note 7’s catching fire while on charge. Shortly after, the company announced that it would recall the handset and issue owners a replacement. However, some customers in South Korea who have participated in the exchange program are reportedly experiencing issues with their replacement device. The list of problems includes the unit overheating and losing battery power as it’s being charged. The exact amount of complaints submitted to Samsung remains unknown. However, a representative of…

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what computer security issues and vulnerabilities are there in cloud computing?

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Question by : what computer security issues and vulnerabilities are there in cloud computing?

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Answer by Leopold
http://www.infowars.com/wozniak-cloud-computing-trend-is-horrendous/

Read the comments section at Infowars and follow the link on their page to the original UK Register article.

Original article – Woz: Cloud computing trend is ‘horrendous’:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/08/06/wozniak_cloud_will_be_horrendous/

Scribe’s mobe, MacBook pwned after hacker ‘fast-talked Apple support’ – iCloud burst in social engineering attack claim:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/08/06/icloud_hack_racist_tweets_idevice_wipe/

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what are the security issues in cloud computing?

Question by aishwarya_vamk: what are the security issues in cloud computing?
Can anyone give me an example tht where the security issue comes exactly in cloud computing?

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Answer by Jamie
Some security issues that you may have in cloud computing would be having your data on a server that other people may have access to, as well as the possibility that people could see your data if you’re not sending it over an encrypted connection.

There’s also the possibility of a server crashing and you losing all of your data if you don’t have a backup stored somewhere else.

Another issue would be that a company may be forced to hand over any data that is stored on a server to law enforcement agencies if they are asked to.

What do you think? Answer below!