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January 14, 2022
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – The state Department of Transportation is warning people about a phishing scam related to the DMV. Officials said crooks are emailing people saying they have an incomplete Hawaii DMV contact form that needs to be updated. The targets are then asked for their social security and license plate numbers. The state said...
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(MENAFN- IANS) New Delhi, Jan 14 (IANS) Bharatiya Janata Party MP from east Delhi Gautam Gambhir on Friday lauded the Delhi Police for averting a major attack in the Ghazipur Flower Market area of the national capital by defusing an Improvised Explosive Device in time.’Great job done by the Delhi Police and NSG today in...
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CABELL COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) – Cabell County Sheriff Chuck Zerkle is warning residents about a phone scam that looks like it’s originating from the Cabell County Courthouse. He said one person was scammed out of $2,000 on Friday. The caller has been identifying himself as Deputy Farley. Zerkle said his agency doesn’t have a Deputy...
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Fans finally have the first look at Leslie Grace in costume as Batgirl. Friday evening, the actress revealed an image from the set of the HBO Max film showcasing herself suited up. First appearing in Detective Comics #359, Barabra Gordon is the daughter of Gotham City police commissioner James Gordon and a prominent member of...
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Credit: CC0 Public Domain Over the last 20 years, the rapid development of digital communication technology has given rise to new forms of social interaction on social media. Digital communication technologies can overcome physical, social and psychological barriers in building romantic relationships. Around 1400, dating sites/chats have been created over the last decade in North...
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Chinese technology and expertise is making it possible for Venezuela and Cuba to exercise suffocating control over digital communications in the two countries, according to insider accounts and several international investigations. Venezuela and Cuba do more to block internet access than any other governments in Latin America, according to the U.S.-based advocacy group Freedom House,...
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Photo: MANDEL NGAN/AFP (Getty Images) The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2020, attack on the United States Capitol subpoenaed some of the largest tech companies in the U.S. on Thursday, demanding they answer for their platforms’ role in the insurrectionist attack. The companies subpoenaed by the United States House Select Committee on the...
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New Jersey Acting Attorney General Andrew J. Bruck announced Friday that more than 50 warning letters have been sent to businesses throughout the Garden State by the Division of Consumer Affairs after those businesses’ prices for at-home COVID-19 test kits prompted complaints from buyers. While a full list of the businesses, and how many there are,...
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By Daphne Zhang (January 14, 2022, 8:38 PM EST) — Property policies’ war exclusions do not apply to cyberattacks, a New Jersey state court ruled, siding with pharma giant Merck Inc.’s stance that its insurers cannot assert the exclusion to avoid coverage of its more than $1.4 billion losses from a 2017 cyberattack. Merck alleges that...
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So, without further ado… Home buying and selling reform won’t happen…yet The long-awaited reform to the buying and selling process, to make it easier, simpler and cheaper for all parties, and the implementation of the recommendations made by the Regulation of Property Agents’ (RoPA) working group, has been put on ice for various reasons. And,...
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Photo: Mindy Small/FilmMagic After nearly a decade of dating, much of which was captured for their captive audience of subscribers, YouTube’s Mom and Dad Jenna Mourey, a.k.a Jenna Marbles, and Julien Solomita have gotten engaged. “A little while ago, I asked Jenna to marry me, and she said yes,” Solomita revealed on a Twitch stream...
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Why we need to revisit the origin of blue hyperlink While musing over my recently published article, Why are hyperlinks blue, I was left feeling a bit blue myself. Yes, it could have been the fact that I was evacuated and Hurricane Ida was destroying my home, I’ll admit. Besides that, I was also bothered...
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U.S. officials have said that the Kremlin could shut down hacker groups like REvil, but tolerates or even encourages them, as long as their targets are outside of Russia. In July, following President Biden’s ultimatum, REvil went offline, fueling speculations about whether the Kremlin had ordered the group to go quiet, or the United States...
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In the age of email-based cyberattacks, it’s easy to forget that hackers can also worm their way into systems big and small with physical components, particularly USB devices. According to a report by Honeywell Forge, 79% of USB cyberattacks are capable of disrupting operational technology, like the day-to-day functions of an industrial plant. Fifty-one percent...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Public Schools is still closed while it tries to recover from a cyberattack, they’re taking this time to come up with a plan to get kids back in the classroom. APS isn’t the first district in the state to fall victim to this kind of attack. Las Cruces Public Schools, the...
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Cole Hagan, 16, ends up hospitalized with two skull fractures and a broken clavicle after being lured into a fight. During a weekend party, Hagan was told by two football teammates that his truck had been damaged. As he went outside to see the destruction, he was assaulted from behind by a third player. Police...
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A pro-Russian separatist aims his rifle as he guards a position near Marinka in Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine, Monday, June 8, 2015. U.S. intelligence has stated Russia may stage a “false-flag” operation as a pretext to invade Ukraine by mid-February. (Mistyslav Chernov/AP Photo) Send tips | Subscribe here | Email Alex | Email Quint Programming...
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Your brain is not a computer to be hacked. Considered it, instead, a planet to be explored. That’s how science writer Emily Willingham invites us to get to know our gray matter, before we decide that we really need to optimize it. In “The Tailored Brain: From Ketamine, to Keto, to Companionship, a User’s Guide to Feeling Better...
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The infamous REvil ransomware operation has been “neutralized” after Russian authorities raided and arrested more than a dozen of the gang’s members. The Russian domestic intelligence service (FSB) announced Friday that raids took place at 25 addresses across the Moscow, St. Petersburg, Leningrad, and Lipetsk regions belonging to 14 alleged members of REvil. The search...
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