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A Prompt response to insecurity Text messages aren't a great way to implement two-factor authentication, but it's a technique that's stubbornly persistent. Now Google has decided to push things along by pushing its alternative into production.…
Necurs botnet spreads ransomware carried in Office documents The ever-vigilant folk at the Internet Storm Centre (SANS) have spotted yet another campaign trying to drop the Locky ransomware using compromised Word files.…
Q: 'Where in memory did you put that kernel?' A: 'Sorry, I have no idea' The folks at NetBSD have released their first cut of code to implement kernel ASLR – Address Space Layout Randomisation – for 64-bit AMD processors.…
Homeland Security says 'Dragonfly' campaign has cracked networks The United States' Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert that warns of “advanced persistent threat (APT) actions targeting government entities and organizations in the energ...
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"I felt one hand on my breast and his arm reaching around and grabbing my butt."
Land use shifts could provide over a third of our needed emissions cuts.
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The latest game in this legendary franchise is all about racing online and e-sports.
Axon hopes "to resolve these matters as expeditiously as possible."
The retweets were for innocent, "positive" stories.

And that was the point.