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Conservative Outlets Don't Seem Bothered by Trump

Conservative Outlets Don't Seem Bothered by Trump "Bowing" to Saudi King

The package includes deals begun under President Barack Obama's administration - and initial steps toward others that may take years to complete. "If he's OK with human rights abuses, with the fact ...

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Shadow Brokers return to taunt U.S. government after ransomware spread

A veteran contractor, Martin had access to classified information as part of his work in the intelligence-gathering division of the NSA named Tailored Access Operations. The outbreak was able to quick...

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North Korea has tested a midrange ballistic missile

North Korea has tested a midrange ballistic missile

North Korea on Saturday unveiled footage which it claims backs its latest revelation that South Korean and USA spy agencies plotted to kill its leader Kim Jong-un using a biochemical substance. Prime ...

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How to Shield Your System Against WannaCry Ransomware Attack

The British government cancelled a nationwide NHS support contract with Microsoft after a year, leaving upgrades to local trusts. For older versions, Microsoft has issued patches in the wake of WannaC...

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Everything From Destiny 2 Reveal Livestream; Gameplay, Story, Multiplayer, PC and More

Game studio Bungie finally unleashed to the public what " Destiny 2 " is all about. Also new is Clan support offering features such as in-game rosters and custom banners. But griping aside, I su...

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Find Out Everything You Need To Know About 'Destiny 2'

Find Out Everything You Need To Know About 'Destiny 2'

Basically what this means is they want to give players more tools to understand where other players are on the map and what they are doing to control the map space. However, unlike other PC gaming tit...

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Microsoft to NSA: WannaCry is your fault

Stock exchanges - the BSE and the NSE - have advised trading members to undertake "appropriate actions" tackle any threat from the ransomware WannaCry , which has hit computers and networks across th...

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Google Actions are now available to smartphone app developers

The company is also close to deploying a smoother mobile checkout experience for PayPal users. (The current version of Android is the N version, Nougat.) It often takes years for a new version o...

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Global ransomware attack used info stolen from NSA, says Microsoft

EternalBlue and DoublePulsar, two tools the NSA used to infiltrate computer networks, were stolen from the agency and leaked online in April as part of a massive data dump by the Shadow Brokers hack...

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Amazon's Latest Alexa-Enabled Device Has a Screen

It uses Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant, so you can play with it using your voice just as you would a typical Echo, Echo Dot, or the Alexa app. The Echo Show has 7- inch screen across, eight m...

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United Kingdom could 'suffer another major cyber attack on Monday'

United Kingdom could 'suffer another major cyber attack on Monday'

The spread of the program across National Health Service (NHS) computers forced doctors to switch to pen and paper and continued to affect care days after it initially hit. How can I protect my comput...

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What pushes North Korea to develop nuclear weapons?

What pushes North Korea to develop nuclear weapons?

Moon made the remarks at a meeting with floor leaders of the five major parties, including the ruling Democratic Party, the main opposition Liberty Korea Party, the centrist People's Party, the minor ...

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How to protect yourself from ransomware attacks

If you are already a victim of ransomware, the first thing to do is disconnect your computer from the internet so it does not infect other machines. On Sunday, the USA software giant called on intel...

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NHS works to curtail cyber attack damage

Wainwright said Europol was working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the United States to track down those responsible, saying that more than one person was likely behind it. We have been w...

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Security experts find clues to ransomware worm's lingering risks

Windows XP is, of course, the antithesis of a strong and stable operating system even when it doesn't have a malware infection. "In order to work, your computer must not have been rebooted after bein...

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NSA vulnerability exposed security flaw

Meanwhile, there are fears that more ransomware attack would be discovered on Monday as people resume work after the weekend. So, WannaCry is a particularly heinous form of ransomware which encryp...

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Indian Men's team wins gold in compound event at Archery World Cup

Indian Men's team wins gold in compound event at Archery World Cup

The 27-year-old Delhi lad Verma has previously won an individual gold in the World Cup Stage 3 Wroclaw-2015. India beat Vietnam, world champions Iran and top-ranked America to make the final against...

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5 ways to become a smaller target for ransomware hackers

Microsoft has come under fire from the likes of the New York Times for not releasing updates for out of support versions of their software, including Windows XP, which is almost old enough to vote...

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Netanyahu may join me at the Western Wall

Netanyahu may join me at the Western Wall

What fun it would be to see the guys from CNN reporting live from the ceremony in Oslo - if, that is, Trump survives his mounting pile of scandals, and American democracy is unable to defend itself ...

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Beware, WannaCry cyber attack may just be the beginning

Experts said India is vulnerable as a large number of computers in the country run the Microsoft's older operating systems like XP, and have not been updated yet. Security agencies in affected cou...

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