Security firm ProtonVPN has detailed a security vulnerability in iOS version 13.4 that prevents virtual private networks from encrypting all traffic. The company said it rated the vulnerability as medium.
Some useful hints for surviving the virus scare as you abandon the office as a safe place to work.
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