Barbie of the Internet age has even more security flaws

The flaw discovered last week isn’t the only one. The doll’s software maker is suddenly racing to patch security bugs during the holiday-shopping season.



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Hello headaches: Barbie of the Internet age has even more security flaws

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A five-year study of data from the Kepler space observatory has found that over half the possible planets it has identified are either eclipsing binary stars or brown dwarfs.
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