Latest tech news today worldwide - September 17,2019 (Oneplus 7T series, Google Pixel 4, LastPass bug and More)

This is a small post to save time covering all the latest technology updates of today September 17,2019.

Government of India launches lost mobile phone portal.

Read more about this here.

#Oneplus 7T series is coming September 26.

After so many leaks, 1+ (OnePlus) has confirmed Officially that it will launch its new Oneplus 7T series (Oneplus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T ) this September 26,2019. This Oneplus 7T was rumored to have 6.5inch screen, 8GB ram and 48 megapixel camera with 3800mah battery capacity as per various leaks.

Oneplus is expected to unveil OnePlus TV on the same event.

Google will unveil latest Pixel 4 this October 15, 2019.

Lot of things surrounding the latest pixel 4 was creating buzz after various leakers has started revealed the exact device. (Even Google confirmed the features then and there). To give an end card to all those rumors, Google is all set to unveil what really it has in new Pixel 4 devices this coming October 15,2019 at New york.

We will post the livestream link in our site, so stay tuned for more updates.

LastPass fixes another critical bug and you have to update.

LastPass the password manager that was used by nearly 16.7 million users have patched the critical bug discovered by Tavis Ormandy, of Google project zero Team.

The company said there is no action needed from user end as your browser extension will be automatically updated to latest version. If you are using LastPass... then just check whether you are running latest version (4.33).

Our team recently investigated and resolved a bug affecting certain LastPass extensions. Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher from Google’s Project Zero, responsibly disclosed the issue to us. His report revealed a limited set of circumstances on specific browser extensions that could potentially allow an attacker to create a clickjacking scenario.   To exploit this bug, a series of actions would need to be taken by a LastPass user including filling a password with the LastPass icon, then visiting a compromised or malicious site and finally being tricked into clicking on the page several times. This exploit may result in the last site credentials filled by LastPass to be exposed. We quickly worked to develop a fix and verified the solution was comprehensive with Tavis.

You can read the complete post here on the official site.

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