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| |Face Masks Arent A Very Effective Way To Prevent The Spread Of Coronavirus, Experts Say, Despite Spiking Sales Wearing a face mask wont protect you from the Wuhan coronavirus as much as washing your hands and avoiding contact with anyone who may be infected.
| |I Really Hope She Is The Future: AOCs Support Of Sanders Fuels 2024 Speculation Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s aid of Bernie Sanders’ campaign is raising talk of the possibility she might run for the White House herselfIt was billed as a rally for Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign. But the only aging white man...
| |AOC And Michael Moore Urge Iowa Voters Not To Play It Safe As They Stand In For Sanders Two of Bernie Sanders’s highest-profile allies, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, filled in for him on the campaign trail Friday night, speaking to a rally here at the University of...
| |NYPD Arrests Ninth Methbot Gang Member NYPD Arrests Ninth Methbot Gang Member
| |China Locks Down 35M People Over Coronavirus Case China Locks Down 35M People Over Coronavirus Case
| |Trump, Johnson Talk Security Ahead Of Huawei Decision Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed telecoms security with US President Donald Trump as he prepares to announce if Britain will use Chinas Huawei in its 5G networks, officials said Saturday.
| |The Chrome Web Store Is Currently Facing A Wave Of Fraudulent Transactions 25th Jan 2020 [33 hours ago] from ZDNet Google temporarily suspends publishing and updating of paid Chrome extensions following a spike in fraudulent transactions.
| |Cisco Webex Vulnerability Exploited To Join Meetings Without A Password Cisco on Friday informed customers that it has patched a vulnerability that allowed unauthorized users to join password-protected Webex meetings. Cisco said the flaw had been exploited.
| |Teenagers Today. Cant Take Them Anywhere, Eh? 18-year-old Kid Accused Of $50m SIM-swap Cryptocurrency Heist Also, Cisco, Citrix emit patches, US army advises using Signal Roundup Here comes a summary of this weeks computer security news beyond what weve already covered.…
| |Mozilla Has Banned Nearly 200 Malicious Firefox Add-ons Over The Last Two Weeks 25th Jan 2020 [40 hours ago] from ZDNet Mozillas security staff is cracking down on malicious Firefox add-ons.
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