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Friday January 14, 2022. 04:05 PM
An anonymous reader writes: The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said today that it has raided and shut down the operations of the REvil ransomware gang. Raids were conducted today at 25 residents owned by 14 members suspected to be part of the REvil team across...
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Your IT department is right. Turning your electronics off and on again is so helpful that you might want to schedule regular reboots.
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. The whole world is on the streaming wave now. Watching your favorite show is not a matter of watching one episode at a time anymore, or...
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Looking for a portable 2-in-1 laptop for work? Well, you’re in luck. Today, Newegg is selling the MSI Summit E13 Flip Evo for just $1099 after a $100 rebate. That’s a whopping $500 off of the original price. The sale ends in about 18 hours, though, so you’ll want to act...
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The CDC's masks page is full of useful information about what makes a mask good at blocking germs. I'm afraid I have bad news about that unbranded box of 'coffee filter' masks you got online. Counterfeit (fake) KN95 respirators. BE AWARE: About 60% KN95 respirators in the...
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Ukraine's worst cyberattack in four years brought down the websites of scores of government agencies for hours. Authorities didn't immediately identify the source of the hacks, which took place as tensions with Russia intensified over its troop buildup across the border....
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Home Office IT units confused over who is fulfilling the vital role The UK government's ePassport airport gate upgrade programme has no system integrator, a hardware supplier has said, while the Home Office and two of its IT units seem confused about who should be fulfilling ...
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MITSloan Management Review dives deep into the 'Great Resignation', the en-masse departure of American workers from their jobs. At present, 40% of American workers are reportedly thinking of quitting. It finds that 'toxic corporate culture' is the biggest predictor of...
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Intel’s Core i9-12900HK indeed fulfills the company’s proclamation of being the “The fastest mobile processor. Ever,” based on the results of our early, exclusive hands-on performance testing of several 12th-gen laptops. Intel, which unveiled its 12th-gen Alder Lake laptop...
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The Flying Luna Clipper (フライング ルナ クリッパー) is a 1987 short film created by Kan Tsuzurahara on an 8-bit MSX2 computer—a peculiar masterpiece of animation produced with strikingly limited tools. Matt Sephton: To me the piece feels like an extended...
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Though having Elmo run the show would be fun.
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The simple premise of the wildly popular word guessing game is difficult to protect under US law.
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Plus: Early digital cash, the Corbevax vaccine, and adventures in Cryptoland.
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Time to back up those PDFs you've been hoarding Worrying changes are afoot for e-comics vendor ComiXology as Amazon finally gets round to asserting copy control – meaning no more downloads of unprotected comics, even if you've paid for them.…
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JoeyRox shares a report from CNBC: Federal investigators claimed to access encrypted Signal messages used to help charge the leader of the Oath Keepers, an extremist far-right militia group, and other defendants in a seditious plot on Jan. 6, 2021. It's not clear how...
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Being trapped in my own quarantine reminded me of how little we’ve learned.
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This week, we discuss the techniques used to create alcohol-free liquor, beer, and wine.
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Some brands permeate the public consciousness so effectively that people begin to call the product by the brand name. Try to remember the last time you asked for gelatin instead of Jello? In the realm of video games, Nintendo used to be that brand. — Read the rest
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Recovery of one out of two bonuses will stop, but what about those already affected? Indian IT services giant HCL Technologies has quietly removed some of the controversial clauses from its HR policy revealed by The Reg last week, which required resigning employees to pay...
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Nicholas Rossi, wanted over a sexual assault in Orem, Utah, in 2008 and an Ohio assault in 2018, died in 2020 from non-Hodgkin lymphoma, as might be learned at the memorial website EverLoved.com under his then-alias. This effort to escape the law was not enough; Rossi was...
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