Cyber Security Today – Google login with fingerprints, ransomware on cameras and who left this medical data unsecured

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Today's podcast reports on the ability of Android users to log into Google services with a fingerprint, preventing ransomware from getting on your digital camera, unsecured personal data found on an Amazon storage site and more

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