How to edit Microsoft Office documents stored on Google Drive

Andy Wolber shows you how to edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents stored on Google Drive from your desktop or mobile device. Many organizations that rely on Google Apps also use Microsoft Office applications. Mass conversion of highly formatted documents, complex spreadsheets, or animated presentations may not always be practical.

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Android malware can steal Google Authenticator 2FA codes

Security researchers say that an Android malware strain can now extract and steal one-time passcodes (OTP) generated through Google Authenticator, a mobile app that’s used as a two-factor authentication (2FA) layer for many online accounts. Google launched the Authenticator mobile app in 2010. The app works by generating six to eight-digits-long unique codes that users must enter in login forms while trying to access online accounts.

Link: Android malware can steal Google Authenticator 2FA codes
via http://www.zdnet.com

‘Cloud Snooper’ Attack Circumvents AWS Firewall Controls

Possible nation-state supply chain attack acts like a “wolf in sheep’s clothing,” Sophos says. RSA CONFERENCE 2020 – San Francisco – A recently spotted targeted attack employed a rootkit to sneak malicious traffic through the victim organization’s AWS firewall and drop a remote access Trojan onto its cloud-based servers.

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Android 11: The six best features

It seems like Android 10 only just hit the mobility airwaves. Android 10 is baked in and working to perfection–at least that’s the case on my Google Pixel But as is the wont of Google, Android is always moving forward. The developer preview of Android 11 was released, and it includes interesting features that may or may not make it to the final version.

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Apple Won’t Let Movie Bad Guys Use iPhones

Movie director Rian Johnson has confirmed there are some very strict rules around using Apple’s products on-screen.
As MacRumors reports, Johnson shot a video for Vanity Fair this week where he takes viewers through a scene from his movie Knives Out. It’s a great video for anyone interested in…

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How to install Microsoft Teams on Linux

Microsoft Teams is now available as a Linux desktop client. Learn how to install and connect, so you can begin collaborating with team members. You may or may not have heard by now, but Microsoft has released an official port of its Teams tool for Linux. That means, no matter what operating system you’re on, be it Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, and now Linux, or if you’re stuck at your desktop or on the go, you can get your Microsoft Teams collaboration on.

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Cloud gaming service Shadow removed from App Store for violating Apple’s guidelines

Shadow, one of several cloud gaming services to gain popularity recently, has had its iOS app removed from the App Store today. The company made the announcement on Reddit, saying that Apple removed the app because of a violation of App Store guidelines. Shadow, for those unfamiliar, is a service that allows you to “stream a fully featured gaming PC to all your devices,” including support for Mac, PC, smartphones, and Apple TV and other set-top boxes.

Link: Cloud gaming service Shadow removed from App Store for violating Apple’s guidelines
via http://www.iphonefirmware.com