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Tuesday January 22, 2019. 08:31 PM
Two new security and compliance packages are available at extra cost to protect enterprise Microsoft 365 users from wider threats.
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Lady Gaga interrupted her performance during her Enigma show in Las Vegas this weekend to chew out Mike Pence. While singing 'Million Reasons,' she stops mid-song to say, 'If the fucking president of the United States could please put our government back in business. There...
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I write a weekly newsletter with Kevin Kelly and Claudia Dawson called Recomendo (subscribe here). Here's the latest issue: Searchable Recomendo We made a searchable, inexpensive version of our Recomendo book. This PDF (in glorious full-color!) is only $1.99, and available ...
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DAILY VIDEO: Oracle expands its cloud business with a next-gen data center in Canada, and attackers take a new approach to installing cryptominers.
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A 35-year-old boy had a temper tantrum over the weekend when he thought his wife had damaged some of his action figures. After she left the house, he rebelled by taking a log-splitting axe and smashing the hell out of his television, computer, and other household items...
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There are many companies producing quality solid state drives these days in various capacities, speeds, and form factors. SATA variants are perfectly fine, but NVMe models are significantly faster. With all brands considered, one company's offerings have stood out among the...
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I heard former CIA 'clandestine serviceman' Jon Sipher on Renato Mariotti's fantastic podcast On Topic. Sipher describes how Trump and Putin's colliding interests are far more threatening to the future of democracy than answering the question 'was there collusion?' The...
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Anti-porn troll Chris Sevier (previously) has built his career by convincing grandstanding Republican state lawmakers to introduce doomed, unconstitutional porn-tax laws that would require in-state ISPs to implement default-on censorship of 'adult sites' (or, more...
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Ben Beck has relaunched his 30+ year-old AnarchySF site, with new contributions from Eden Kupermintz and Yanai Sened; it's billed as 'an open-source repository of anarchist or anarchy-adjacent science fiction' and the relaunch incorporates 'modern content management...
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On April 29, 1961, Dr. Leonid Rogozov was in Antarctica in a blizzard when his stomach began to hurt. Badly. The only physician on the Soviet Antarctic Expedition, Rogozov realized his appendix needed to come out before it burst and killed him. Rogozov's only choice was to...
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Like Facebook, Livejournal was built in a bright student's dormroom; but unlike Facebook, LJ wasn't built 'for nonconsensually rating the fuckability of stolen photos of undergrads,' but rather as a community-minded platform for self-expression and connection-forging. ...
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A Scoot Airlines plane flying from the Gold Coast in Australia to Singapore had to cut the flight short, landing in Sydney, when a gentleman became 'unruly.' About 20 minutes after the plane took off, the man went into attack mode, screaming and finally punching another...
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Made in 1985 to share the hardships of growing up a werewolf, Rollin Augusts 'Rod' Daniel's Teen Wolf serves as a most excellent time capsule. From the graffiti in Michael J. Fox's locker to Michael J. Fox himself, this movie screams the '80s far more than Stranger Things...
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Denver is a huge airport, and I hate connecting there, but the Illuminati probably have a cooler hideout. How could there be a Harley dealer inside the Illuminati HQ?
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Chromebooks have found a welcoming home in the education section, muscling in on what has traditionally been Windows territory. Naturally, Microsoft is fighting back, and at this year’s annual BETT conference in London, it announced that 1 million Windows 10 devices are...
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Matt Taibbi (previously) is in characteristically fine form here: the average Congressjerk is mythologized as a 'brilliant 4-D chess player' but 'would lose at checkers to a zoo gorilla': they are only in office because 'someone with money sent them there, often to vote yes...
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Teen Vogue continues its excellent tradition of radical reporting with Lucy Diavolo's explainer on the definitions and relative merits and demerits of 'resistance,' 'rebellion' and 'revolution.' Diavolo cites George Ciccariello-Maher (visiting scholar at the Hemispheric...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (apt and aria2), Fedora (kernel-headers, kernel-tools, and openssh), openSUSE (webkit2gtk3), Oracle (perl), Red Hat (perl), SUSE (freerdp, python-urllib3, systemd, and wireshark), and Ubuntu (apt, poppler, and tiff).
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Security awareness training company KnowBe4 has put together its latest list of the most-clicked phishing subject lines. Popular categories for phishing messages include, deliveries, passwords, company policies, vacations and IT department. Other popular keywords are,...
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A report released by Kenna Security and the Cyentia Institute looked at three billion vulnerabilities and found that only 5 percent of all published issues have known exploits.
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