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Want to buy a Dell machine loaded with Linux? Shame, as it appears that Dell Europe would really rather you bought a Windows-powered one, despite having a website devoted entirely to selling Dell Ubuntu laptops. And, oh boy, does it use some strange arguments to dissuade you from becoming a …
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Some 1000+ x rated wordings keywords which are not related to our site and indexed to our site.....
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Hello everybody i would like some worked on the field of SQL test cases generation based mutation. In fact i almost wrote the test cases mutation code and i generated mutated test cases. but now i want to validate thus inputs or test the mutation by verifiying the killed and …
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You may have noticed the Google Webmaster Central blog has a new address: webmasters.googleblog.com.
by hrishivardhan in Search Engine Strategies ()
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CryptoWall 4.0 the newest ransomware to date is been spread by Angler Exploit Kits. A new drive-by download campaign is to blame for this attack. Heimdal was the first to discover the malware nearly one month ago. It's also more stealthier than previous versions and also a lot stronger. This …
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I need Australian directories which allow more than 1 URL submission of the same site for free, Can anyone help?
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It's all too easy to think that spam is an old problem, and one that has largely been dealt with. Certainly, many people will tell you that they see very little evidence of spam in their mailboxes. This, however, has less to do with the demise of the spammer and …
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The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has said that it has dealt a "major blow to dark web markets." In a ... issued on the 7th November the NCA says that a coordinated operation between law enforcement agencies in Europe and the US has "targeted market places for illegal commodities …
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Although it took eBay itself an absolute age to disclose that a serious breach had taken place, and then , this should come as no real surprise. Happygeeks' Law states: the larger the corporate, the longer it takes to admit anything and the bigger the chance it will handle it …
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The news that JPMorgan Chase & Co, which is the largest of the US banks with a reach that extends to half of all American households, has been breached will surprise nobody. At least not in the sense that this is old news, with a disclosure of the event happening …
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My van was built 15 years ago by Mazda in Japan as a multi-purpose 'people carrier' vehicle with the unlikely name of a Bongo. It has survived the years well, and I have now converted it into a camper van. Another 15 year old that travelled across the globe has …
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If you don't know who was, then shame on you. The British code breaker, mathematics genius and father of both computer science and artificial intelligence is rightly credited with helping to bring the second world war to an end. Turing was also gay, and that's where the shame has stuck …
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Ever wondered just how many domain names there are on the Internet? DaniWeb has, and can reveal the answer as being an almost astonishing 215 million worldwide. According to global Internet infrastructure provider and domain registrar Verisign, more than five million domain names were added to the total during the …
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According to research from data recovery specialists Kroll Ontrack, some three quarters of those workers that had lost data on a broken device didn't attempt to ensure that information was irretrievable before disposing of the hardware. It doesn't matter whether the hardware itself is a PC or laptop, removable drive, …
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Adobe Flash users have been under attack from cybercriminals again, this time courtesy of ... . The exploit kit has been readily available on the dark market, and hits vulnerabilities to be found in Flash Players up to 15.0.0.223, as well as the latest release. There is some uncertainty as …
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News has broken this weekend that the personal data, including bank account details, of some 2.4 million customers of the Carphone Warehouse may have been compromised following a breach that the mobile phone retail giant is calling "a sophisticated cyber-attack." The company also warns that encrypted credit card data of …
by happygeek 1,608 in Mobile and Wearables ()
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Sanjib Mitra is a man who likes to be responsible and do the right thing. A year ago he discovered, quite by accident, that a little bit of URL tweaking could reveal personal data about people other than himself within a website database. He was completing a complicated application form …
by happygeek 1,608 in Networking ()
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As ... that a second breach at the federal Office of Personnel Management may have seen another set of data, potentially more valuable than that accessed during ... , Philip Lieberman, President of privileged identity management specialists ... , has been talking about what went wrong. Here's what he had …
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Action video camera vendor GoPro has announced that it is riding into the Tour de France with a promotional ... to celebrate being named the official camera of the world's largest annual sporting event with a worldwide television audience of some 4 billion people, but not before the BBC ... …
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A couple of decades ago, in another life, I wrote a little script which would capture keystrokes and then store that data within the 'white space' of an image file. It was pretty crude, but it was also twenty years ago and to be honest nobody was really looking for …
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Earlier this month, security outfit FireEye’s 'FireEye as a Service' researchers out in Singapore ... on a phishing campaign that was found to be exploiting a zero-day in Adobe Flash Player vulnerability (CVE-2015-3113). That campaign has been well and truly active for a while now, with attacking emails including links …
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has released the latest version of its 'Who Has Your Back?' ... and accompanying infographic, and it makes for interesting reading. Once you appreciate that what the EFF is talking about here is how good, measured as a response to a handful of yes or …
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A new poll into Operating System popularity by a British computer magazine has revealed that an incredible 37 percent of respondents are still using Windows XP. That's more than Windows 7 which managed to woo 30 percent of the folk taking part, and Vista could only garner a pretty poor …
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Speaking to TrustedReviews this week, Alexander Moiseev, Kaspersky Europe's Managing Director, has warned that your car is at serious risk of being hacked. He is, however, wrong and I'm going to explain why. ... Kaspersky Lab and Mr Moiseev may well insist that the threats to the automotive industry are …
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It's been a year now since the Dyre malware family was first profiled, and there is no sign of infection rates slowing down. In fact, ... would seem to suggest just the opposite with infections up from 4,000 at the end of last year to 9,000 at the start of …
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Werner Vogel, Amazon Web Services (AWS) CTO, speaking at the AWS Summit in London yesterday has made the rather amazing claim that security in the cloud is "much stronger" than anything you can have on-premises. As someone who has been writing about information security for more than 20 years, and …
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Researchers at security company AppRiver have issued a ... regarding a variant of the Fareit malware family which is using fake Amazon purchase confirmation emails to inject itself and steal any type of crypto currency that can be found on the target machine. ... Troy Gill, manager of security research …
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Another month, another flaw related to the historical US export restrictions on cryptography; this time in the form of LogJam. It hits SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0 which supported reduced-strength DHE_EXPORT ciphersuites, restricted to primes no longer than 512 bits, meaning that a man-in-the-middle attack is possible to force the …
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While keen to point out that Microsoft's TechNet portal security was "in no way compromised" by the tactic, researchers with security outfit FireEye ... that ... had managed to create profiles and posts on TechNet that contained embedded Command and Control codes for use with a BlackCoffee malware variant. This …
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As any fan of the The Matrix trilogy of films will tell you, the Keymaker is a character in The Matrix Reloaded who has the keys to provide Neo access to the system mainframe and by so doing hopefully save Zion from the ongoing sentinel attack. In the movie, the …
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