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Sunday April 14, 2024. 01:16 AM
DOJ-Collected Information Exposed In Data Breach Affecting 340,000 Information Collected An anonymous reader shared this report from Security Week: Economic analysis and litigation support firm Greylock McKinnon Associates, Inc. (GMA) is notifying over 340,000 individuals...
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Saturday April 13, 2024. 11:43 PM
Foreign Policy magazine visits a U.S. military training exercise that pitted Lt. Isaac McCurdy and his platoon of infantry troops against machines with camera lenses for eyes and sheet metal for skin: Driving on eight screeching wheels and carrying enough firepower on their...
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The 6.8.6, 6.6.27, 6.1.86, 5.15.155, 5.10.215, 5.4.274, and 4.19.312 stable kernel updates have all been released; each contains a relatively large number of important fixes.
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TL;DR: It's #springcleaning season! Rid your home of dust bunnies, dirt, stains, and more with this highly intelligent and cordless vacuum cleaner, now an extra 20% off through April 16 with code ENJOY20. Spring has finally sprung! While spring brings warmer weather, it also...
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VMS Software, the company developing OpenVMS, has announced some considerable changes to its licensing program for hobbyists, and the news is, well, bad. The company claims that demand for hobbyist licenses has been so high that they were unable to process requests fast...
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An anonymous reader shared this report from BleepingComputer: Researchers have demonstrated the 'first native Spectre v2 exploit' for a new speculative execution side-channel flaw that impacts Linux systems running on many modern Intel processors. Spectre V2 is a new variant ...
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Zero-day vulnerabilities are frequently reported on, but remain a major challenge for organizations, especially when it comes to quantifying the real threat posed by an unpatched instance of a vulnerability. In 2023 the number of disclosed zero-days, or emerging...
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From the Washington Post: The U.S. government said Thursday that Russian government hackers who recently stole Microsoft corporate emails had obtained passwords and other secret material that might allow them to breach multiple U.S. agencies. The Cybersecurity and...
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'Not all AI content is spam, but I think right now all spam is AI content' interview We know Google search results are being hammered by the proliferation of AI garbage, and the web giant's attempts to curb the growth of machine-generated drivel haven't helped all that...
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Many organizations realize the benefits that lie within the data they collect daily. This modern approach to data empowers businesses to leverage data for innovation and monetization while at the same time enhancing security and privacy. While this may seem like a conundrum...
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'After a year of cracking down with rigid return-to-office mandates, defeated CEOs are now finally accepting that hybrid working is here to stay,' reports Fortune: KPMG surveyed U.S. CEOs of companies turning over at least $500 million and found that just one-third expect a...
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In this footage, police officers in Bicester, England, are befuddled by the sound of a police siren emanating from the trees. A bird is the only suspect. A bird's impression of a police siren was 'so accurate' it left officers believing their cars were faulty.Thames ...
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MAGA Mike and the Orange Menace got together to discuss stealing an election. During their press conference, Johnson referred to Trump as a criminal. Trump's first criminal trial starts on Monday! @evieaychetwhoa Watch: Mike Johnson points at Trump when talking about...
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O'Reilly's 'Tech Trends' newsletter included an interesting item this month: Want your own Klein Bottle? Made by Cliff Stoll, author of the cybersecurity classic The Cuckoo's Egg, who will autograph your bottle for you (and may include other surprises). First described in...
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I lived in NYC for a few years at the end of the 8'0s and so so so much has changed since then. (There wasn't even a Starbucks in Manhattan yet!) But one thing that hasn't changed — garbage. Towering piles of garbage bags, put out at the curb for collection. — Read the...
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This week the new 'Find My Device' feature rolled out to Android devices around the world, starting in the U.S. and Canada. 'With a new, crowdsourced network of over a billion Android devices, Find My Device can help you find your misplaced Android devices and everyday items ...
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I like the Fallout games though they're not in my personal gaming pantheon. (Since you asked, that would include TLOU, TLOU 2, Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite, RDR2, Horizon Zero Dawn and Dark Forces.) I've always been intrigued by the world of Fallout so I'm definitely...
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There's been a lot written the last few years about the impending demise of coffee. Climate change is making bean growing tougher and tougher while demand is soaring. People love their java. And as we know, where there's money to be made, someone will find a solution. — Read...
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Aboard the deck of a World War II-era aircraft carrier, University of Washington scientists flicked the switch on a glorified snow-making machine,' reports the Seattle Times. They describe the scientists 'blasting a plume of saline spray off the coast of Alameda,...
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Sgt. Joshua Burnett, a cop in Matthews, North Carolina, choked Aaron Butler, a handcuffed detainee, and had to be pulled off by another officer. The incident was filmed but Matthews city administrators kept the video a secret, spending significant sums of money to block its...
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