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Charleston City Paper, in South Carolina, described the outbreak as a “storm of a disease.” Pittsburgh City Paper, using a local insult, referred to the crisis as a “jagoff.” Submerge Magazine in Sacramento wrote that the coronavirus “is poised to decimate” the publication. Indy Week in Durham, N.C., likened it to an earthquake that has...
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Microsoft today issued a new security advisory warning billions of Windows users of two new critical, unpatched zero-day vulnerabilities that could let hackers remotely take complete control over targeted computers. According to Microsoft, both unpatched flaws are being used in limited, targeted attacks and impact all supported versions of the Windows operating system—including Windows 10,...
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Heidi Patalano We were three-quarters through the production of this magazine when the news hit: The World Health Organization was officially declaring the novel coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. As the death toll rose, the stock market tumbled and cities across the country ordered the closure of restaurants, bars, gyms and theaters, a paradigm shift was taking...
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The art of cybersecurity — protecting people and their devices from hackers and other computer-based attackers — has undergone a dramatic but largely invisible transformation over the last few years. At one time, computer and information security was based on the fortress principle. The outlook was defensive. The goal was to wall off attackers, and...
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Dark mode on Facebook web After rolling out the dark mode on WhatsApp, Instagram and even its Messenger app, Facebook has now introduced the dark mode on its web version. People can now access the dark mode on Facebook for desktop as part of an overhauled design for the Mark Zuckerberg-owned social media platform. Read...
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For the first time ever, the Apache Pulsar PMC team is publishing a user survey report. The 2020 Apache Pulsar User Survey Report reveals Pulsar’s accelerating rate of global adoption, details how organizations are leveraging Pulsar to build real-time streaming applications, and highlights key features on Pulsar’s product roadmap. Apache Pulsar is a cloud-native, distributed...
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Like many countries, China has been struggling with data breaches. (Picture: Shutterstock) After news broke out that millions of Weibo users had their personal information being sold on the dark web, the social network responded on Saturday by downplaying the extent of the damage. Rather than being a leak, Weibo says data was gathered using phone...
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Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter here! Welcome to the latest edition of Pardon The Intrusion, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter in which we explore the wild world of security. A few months ago, I wrote about how the Indian government dismissed fears of mass surveillance in response to concerns that its proposed facial recognition system lacks adequate...
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Dark Web Analysis By Anna Chung, Principal Researcher at Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks   Within the Deep and Dark Web, ransomware attacks are expected to continue in 2020. This year, my team and I came across an increasing number of threat actors selling ransomware, ransomware-as-a-service, and ransomware tutorials. Underground products and services like these enable...
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The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community.The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company.   [Video Game Deep Cuts is a weekly newsletter from video game industry ‘watcher’ Simon Carless (GDC, Gamasutra co-runner, No More Robots advisor), rounding up the best longread...
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Swirling within the cybersphere’s vast ocean of reports, statistics and graphs about the international coronavirus pandemic, there is a short sentence out there in the worldwide web, which the Chinese government doesn’t want people to notice. It is on the Johns Hopkins University website “https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html” which houses the popular “live map” of Wuhan coronavirus disease-2019...
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The amazing #SunshineSongs hashtag continues to inspire us during this pandemic. Broadway star and Tony Award winner Laura Benanti has the Twitterverse belting out after she issued a call for students to share videos of their school musical rehearsals. “If you were meant to perform” in your school musical and it was canceled, “post yourself...
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It was going to be an affair fit for Nashville royalty: a party at Robert’s, a ceremony at the historic Ernest Tubb Record Shop and a reception at Marathon Music Works, an automobile factory cum music venue. Manuel Cuevas, who’s outfitted Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and three generations of Hank Williamses, designed the outfits, and...
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We are not ready for this. We haven’t even found the cure for our own ailing SOEs and now here is a virus named “corona”, nogal. Had you said “corona” to me a few months ago, I would have thought you were talking about beer. Now we all know, we’re talking about the big brother...
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More than six years after the demise of Silk Road, the world’s first major drug cryptomarket, the dark web is still home to a thriving trade in illicit drugs. These markets host hundreds, or in some cases thousands, of people who sell drugs, commonly referred to as “vendors”. The dark web offers vital anonymity for...
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Nome Search and Rescue responded to the call to rescue three Iditarod mushers from overflow near the Solomon River late Friday morning. Just before 9am Friday, Jim West Jr., the head of Nome Volunteer Ambulance Department, received a call from Mike Owens of the Iditarod Trail Committee. When West heard three teams were stuck in...
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Think very carefully before clicking on a tempting link purporting to be from the World Health Organization (WHO), or similar, with positive information about the cure for COVID-19. Chances are it’ll be a hacker preying on your understandable anxiety about the coronavirus pandemic. In haste to uncover the supposed good news you could inadvertently reveal...
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The dark web, a subset of online content that requires specific software to access and is unindexed by search engines, turns 20 years old this month. Because it’s less easily monitored, the dark web is best known as a hotbed for cybercrime and black market trading. It’s also helped enable whistleblowers and revolutionaries across the...
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Forget Birkin bags, Botox shots or Brazilian butt lifts. The sought-after accessory for the ultra-rich these days is anything that guarantees them oxygen should they get hit by the coronavirus. Brother, can you spare a ventilator? Or, how much is that nebulizer in the window? But how to get one? Especially the ultimate breathing machine,...
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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the world, authorities have seen a simultaneous outbreak of opportunistic cyber scams. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security, issued a warning earlier this month about online fraud having to do with Covid-19. “Cyber actors may send emails...
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