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May 21, 2022
A mum has issued a stark warning to holiday makers hoping to head to Ireland after losing £250 in an elaborate Facebook scam. Schoolteacher Catriona Morgan thought she was putting the money down as a deposit for a week long stay in a Donegal holiday home with a hot tub after coming across an ad...
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Yahoo Life is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. Some of the products written about here are offered in affiliation with Yahoo. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Don’t recreate this woman’s shocked look. Use a...
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Far too many organizations are still trying to apply traditional cybersecurity tactics to modern deployments of cloud infrastructure. And as Log4Shell makes clear, organizations are overlooking obvious points of security failure throughout their software supply chain, from the initial creation of code to how updates are deployed to users. Unsplash Supply chain or third-party attacks...
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Police in Manitoba, Canada, have arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of carrying out cyber-attacks on victims across North America.  Dayne Parrott-Jones, of Brandon, was taken into custody on March 8 by members of the Brandon Police Service Crime Suppression Unit following an 11-month investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and police forces...
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A foraging expert has warned the public to be on the look out for toxic and potentially fatal plants that could be confused for edible herbs.  Geoff Dann, a British writer and foraging teacher, has outlined some of the biggest risks to novices who may be inspired by trendy foraging chefs on TV.  One dangerous...
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I write this review with the redbrick Union visible from my window and the sound of applause within earshot, though sometimes it is music (or, at night, unearthly shrieking). That gated edifice and the privilege it represents forms the focus of Simon Kuper’s book Chums, which argues that Oxford was the crucial formative experience for...
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TEXAS (WJBF) – 18 individuals in Texas are facing charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, including original red Power Ranger, Austin St. John. The indictment was handed down by a grand jury on May 12. The defendants, listed below, each face up to 20 years in prison, if convicted. Michael Lewayne Hill, a/k/a Tank,...
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AIKEN, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) – The man accused in an hourslong standoff that put schools on lockdown is the same man who was charged with hiding a gun after a 2 year old accidentally fatally shot himself in 2020. Zaylan Paige, 20, was arrested Tuesday after the standoff in the 1000 block of Gentle Bend Court...
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Early this year, the Delhi police had arrested six persons, including a father-son duo, for running a pan-India online exam cheating racket with the help of a network of exam solvers and foreign hackers.  Nearly 200 students had taken the GMAT test, a business school entrance exam, at the examination centres operated by the accused...
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Early this year, the Delhi police had arrested six persons, including a father-son duo, for running a pan-India online exam cheating racket with the help of a network of exam solvers and foreign hackers.  Nearly 200 students had taken the GMAT test, a business school entrance exam, at the examination centres operated by the accused...
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While Apple is a clear leader when it comes to user privacy, Google is stepping up its game. The world of targeted ads is one that’s intricate and lucrative. It is no secret that Meta, the company that owns Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, is at the top of the food chain here. Granted, TickTock is...
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Investing usually uses a combination of head, heart and gut even if it’s not supposed to. And perhaps no market theme stirs “all the feels” quite like ESG. This week, a major move to cut Tesla from a closely followed environmental, social and governance (ESG) index brought anger and relief in nearly equal measure. Defiance...
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KYIV, Ukraine — President Volodymyr Zelenskyy devoted his nightly video address to Ukraine’s demand that Russia be held financially responsible for the damage its forces are inflicting on Ukraine. Just on Friday, he noted, the Russian army fired a missile at the northeastern Kharkiv region, destroying a cultural center in Lozova, and also hit the...
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According to Apple Insider, more than 34 million new malware samples have been discovered so far in 2022. A report from “Atlas data” reveals that by 2022, malware developers will create more than 316,000 new malware threats every day. The team’s information is based on data analysis of independent antivirus and security vendor AV-Test GmbH....
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Tom Holland will be smiling all the way to the bank if there’s a new Spider-Man.Screenshot: YouTube/Sony Pictures When a movie grosses $2 billion at the box office, especially in the middle of a global pandemic, a sequel should be all but inevitable. However, that’s not quite the case with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Though...
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Cloud Access Security Broker (Casb) Software Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2027 – Netskope,Microsoft,Oracle,Cloudlock,IBM,Symantec,Trend Micro,Palo | #cloudsecurity – NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY NEWS TODAY ✕ nationalcybersecuritynews.toda FREE VIEW Original Source link
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A woman using a computer More than 750 people have reported scam emails about energy rebates in four days. Action Fraud says they have received 752 reports in four days relating to fake emails with scammers pretending to be from Ofgem. The emails state that the recipient is eligible for a rebate because of a...
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In this era of partisanship, extremism and general insanity, there are few electoral outcomes that can unite voters across the political spectrum. For instance, is it a good thing that Pennsylvania Republicans just picked an election-denying conspiracist as their nominee for governor? What about the fact that Pennsylvania Democrats, in their Senate primary, went for...
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A spyware campaign using tools from a secretive Israeli firm was used to attack and impersonate dozens of human rights activists, journalists and others. — Photo: © AFP Some anniversaries are designed to send shivers down the spine, and world of Information Technology is no exception. May 2022 marks five 5 years since the worldwide...
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Australian researchers have used machine-learning techniques to identify the typical four stages of fraudulent money-taking phone calls. These are the calls that entice and threaten people to pay bogus “fines” or download malicious software that leads to their bank accounts being hijacked. The researchers from Macquarie University’s Cyber Security Hub, according to an in-house report,...
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