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Turkey twizzlers, chicken drumsticks and fish fingers.

Bring back memories? These frozen dinner staples have long been used to get parents out of a squeeze at dinner time, but how many parents still resort to making these uninspired choices when it com...
In mid-July 2017, we found a new modification of the well-known mobile banking malware family Svpeng – Trojan-Banker.AndroidOS.Svpeng.ae.
In this modification, the cybercriminals have added new functionality: it now also works as a keylogger, stealing entered text through the use of accessibility services.
At Gouml;bekli Tepe in Turkey, a 11,500 year-old monumental construction was decorated with human skulls.
If Turks want to understand biology, theyrsquo;ll have to wait for college.
Wcry uses weapons-grade exploit published by the NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers.
A no-laptops rule might be imposed on flights from Europe to the US.
Hit list: Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia The UK has banned airline passengers on direct inbound flights from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa from taking a range of electronic devices into the cabin due to fears of a terrorist attack.…
Something Erdogan, something something cardigan A hack against the Counter third-party Twitter app was used to push propaganda messages containing swastikas through numerous high profile accounts on Wednesday.…
Turkcell’s #1-rated network will benefit from TEOCO’s unified service assurance suite FAIRFAX, VA., USA – 28 February 2017 – TEOCO, the leading provider of analytics, assurance and optimization solutions to over 300 communication service providers (CSPs) and OEMs worldwide, has been selected by Turkcell, who will use TEOCO’s HELIX 9.0 unified service assurance suite to reduce costs and increase the efficiency of its multi-vendor network.Turkcell serves over 66.7 million customers across nine countries, including Turkey,... Source: RealWire
Argela and Türk Telekom announced that they have decided to utilize Argela’s Virtual Probes (vProbe) to monitor the Türk Telekom’s virtual network.

This will enable Türk Telekom to have end-to-end, real-time, and complete intelligence on its traditional network as well as its virtualized network which they are in process of transitioning into.

Türk Telekom, Turkey’s leading communication and entertainment technologies provider, and Argela, a leading provider of telecommunications solutions for mobile and fixed operators as... Source: RealWire
Besides trade issues, manufacturers have also been opening Southeast Asian factories.
Enlarge / Leeor Ben-Peretz is the executive vice president of the Israeli firm Cellebrite.JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images reader comments 38 Share this story On Thursday, Vice Motherboard reported that an unnamed source provided the site with 900GB of data hacked from Cellebrite, the well-known mobile phone data extraction company. Among other products, Cellebrite's UFED system offers "in-depth physical, file system, password, and logical extractions of evidentiary data," and is often the go-to product for law enforcement to pull data from seized phones and other devices. In a statement, Cellebrite called this hack "illegal" and noted that "the company is not aware of any specific increased risk to customers as a result of this incident; however, my.Cellebrite account holders are advised to change their passwords as a precaution." In addition, the trove of materials contains “customer support tickets” showing that the Israeli company sells its services to countries with questionable human rights records, including Turkey, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates. Cellebrite’s own website shows that the company works with numerous local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, ranging from the Hartford, Connecticut police to the North Wales police in the United Kingdom. (The company reportedly aided the FBI to unlock the seized San Bernardino iPhone that became the center of a protracted legal battle.) However, little is known about the company’s business in many parts of the world. This would not be the first time that a digital surveillance company sold to unsavory regimes.
In 2015, data dumps from Hacking Team showed that it sold exploits to Egypt, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. Similarly, in 2014, documents leaked online showing that software created by the controversial UK-based Gamma Group International was used to spy on computers that appeared to be located in the US, the UK, Germany, Russia, Iran, and Bahrain.