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“Through California’s unprecedented intervention in the bankruptcy, we secured a totally transformed board and leadership structure for the company, real accountability tools to ensure safety and reliability and billions more in contributions from shareholders to ensure safety upgrades are achieved,” Newsom said. Newsom has unusual leverage over PG&E as it tries to emerge from one...
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Judge Koons Now Working On Second Novel Retired Brevard County Court Judge Stephen R. Koons is now working on his second novel after publishing his first novel in 2016, which is entitled “Judgment at Twenty Mile Bend – A Palm Beach Crime Story.” “Judgment at Twenty Mile Bend – A Palm Beach Crime Story” is...
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Multiple zero-day vulnerabilities in digital video recorders (DVRs) for surveillance systems manufactured by Taiwan-based LILIN have been exploited by botnet operators to infect and co-opt vulnerable devices into a family of denial-of-service bots. The findings come from Chinese security firm Qihoo 360’s Netlab team, who say different attack groups have been using LILIN DVR zero-day...
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A new version of the infamous Mirai botnet is exploiting a recently uncovered critical vulnerability in network-attached storage (NAS) devices in an attempt to remotely infect and control vulnerable machines. Called “Mukashi,” the new variant of the malware employs brute-force attacks using different combinations of default credentials to log into Zyxel NAS, UTM, ATP, and VPN...
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Land of poems and stories: the Cotswolds “If ever I heard blessing it is there. Where birds in trees that shoals and shadows are.” In April and May the Cotswold landscape still speaks in the soft, calm tones of Laurie Lee. For a first-time visitor it can take a while to tune into the hard,...
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The 2020 Nissan Maxima is an automotive jewel. Its multi-faceted body work and upscale interior make it standout in a rather staid auto segment — the family sedan. It’s hard to find a flat surface on the Maxima, inside or out. Depending on your point of view, this makes the model visually interesting or extra...
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Earlier today Sean Underwood, Tom Knolmayer, and Matthew Failor requested assistance from race staff after they went through a section of trail with deep overflow from the Solomon River, outside of Nome. According to Chas St. George, COO of Iditarod, the incident occurred sometime last night, but the group of teams didn’t activate their emergency...
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Before miniseries attained a prestige aura by being rebranded as limited series, TV audience embraced them as lush, big-budget delights that only came around a few times a year. Legendary among them were the ones adapted from bestseller potboilers built around a torrid affair or a romanticized setting. “The Thorn Birds,” “Lonesome Dove,” “Lace,” TV...
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The data — which included names, birthdays, and personal addresses — was discovered in June 2017 on an Amazon web server by the cyber risk firm UpGuard. UpGuard described the mishap as “perhaps the largest known exposure of voter information in history.” The RNC moved swiftly to separate itself from Deep Root Analytics and the...
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 Editor’s note: As CEO of BettyMills.com, an online medical supplies superstore in business for nearly two decades, Vic Hanna knows how to weather a crisis and challenging times. But the onset of the coronavirus is challenging Betty Mills in new and very different ways.  From inventory and supply management to customer service business planning and...
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Image Credit: Ador T. Bustamante © Gulf News After the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Americans were exhorted to defiance. I remember it well. Don’t let the terrorists win, we were told. Don’t let them steal your joys or disrupt your routines — at least not much. The spectre of the coronavirus is utterly...
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Rumors have spread after Wei Xingguo (Yun Shu), CTO of Chinese Internet security company Moresec and former chief of Alibaba’s Security Research Lab posted on Weibo that millions of Weibo users’ data had been leaked on March 19. Wei claimed that his own phone number was leaked through Weibo and had received WeChat friend requests...
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Due to the difficulty of tracking across the Dark Web it has emerged as a hotbed of cybercrimes. Illegal trading of critical information such as credit card information, passport information, revenge pornography, and other confidential information from countries around the world have been captured. S2W LAB is a data intelligence startup established in September 2018. The...
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While news of hackers targeting hospitals with ransomware and others with COVID-19 phishing scams continues to make headlines, a new study has found that there is some honor among thieves in the darkest recesses of the internet. Alex Guirakhoo, strategy and research analyst at Digital Shadows Ltd. has published a report on the reaction of...
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While the world is feeling frightened by the coronavirus pandemic, cybercriminals are taking full advantage of the situation by finding new ways to trick people into installing malware.  According to the latest research by security firm Checkpoint, hackers are using “COVID-19” code to sell malware and exploitation tools on the dark web. For example, below is...
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The research report on Dark Analytics Market provides a comprehensive analysis of the market status and development trend, including types, applications, growth, opportunities, rising technology, competitive landscape and product offerings of key players. Dark Analytics Market report covers the present and past market scenarios, market development patterns, and is likely to proceed with a continuing...
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Malicious COVID-19 domains and special virus-themed sales on the dark web are two ways criminals are using the outbreak to ramp up business, said security provider Check Point. Coronavirus: Hackers are exploiting the COVID-19 outbreak to steal your information Karen Roby interviewed a cybersecurity expert about a different threat than COVID-19 brings. The coronavirus is...
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WASHINGTON, March 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Facebook has shown it is unable to prevent advertisements hawking a variety of coronavirus products to include medical masks, test kits and even “vaccines,” and it is time that the U.S. Department of Justice steps in swiftly to hold bad actors, who take advantage of consumer fears and anxieties,...
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Voskhod-2 lands in the wild The historic spacewalk on March 18, 1965, was only the beginning of an incredible adventure experienced by the crew of Voskhod-2. In the following 24 hours, a series of mishaps aboard the spacecraft led to a manual reentry and the landing of the descent module in the frozen taiga. Previous...
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  US autoworkers take matters into their own hands Auto plants shut down throughout North America in response to wave of wildcats over coronavirus By Tom Hall 19 March 2020 Fiat Chrysler was forced to close plants and cancel shifts after thousands of workers in Michigan and Ohio downed their tools yesterday in opposition to...
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