Traffic signs indicating the speed limit in force are no longer compulsory on the roads, the technical control of motorcycles will be required from October 2022, 200 Android applications hide malware capable of hacking your Facebook account, this is the recap.
In some areas in France, it is no longer mandatory for a city to indicate the speed limit in force using signs. The Council of State has decided, the technical control of motorcycles and two wheels will finally be compulsory in France from October 1, 2022. Several hundred applications on the Play Store actually hide a spy virus capable of hacking your Facebook account. Come on, let’s go for the recap of Wednesday, May 18, 2022.
Speed limit signs may soon leave some roads
In some areas, it is no longer mandatory to indicate the speed limit in force with signs. Indeed, since last year, markings on the ground are sufficient to signal a change of gear, but not everywhere. In zones 30, for example, it is no longer mandatory for cities to put a road sign next to a marking on the ground already indicating a speed limit of 30 km/h.
Read: Speed signs are no longer mandatory on the road
Motorcycles and two-wheelers will have to pass the technical inspection from October 2022
To everyone’s surprise, the technical inspection of motorcycles and two-wheelers will finally be compulsory in France from October 1, 2022. The Council of State finally formally opposed the repeal decreed by the government of Emmanuel Macron. Seized by three associations, the French public institution considered that the government could not eternally postpone the adoption of technical control for two wheels.
Read: The technical control of motorcycles will be compulsory from October 2022, the Council of State has decided
Play Store apps hide malware trying to hack your Facebook account
The Play Store is once again assailed by malware. Dubbed FaceStealer, this spy virus present in the code of 200 seemingly legitimate applications seeks to hack the Facebook account of users of an Android smartphone. A detailed report contains the names of several popular applications that have been affected, which you should uninstall as soon as possible.
Read – Play Store: 200 Android apps hide malware capable of hacking your Facebook account