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| |Poland Pushes For Nazi Camp In Austria To Be Remembered As the world marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of a swathe of Nazi concentration camps, the hitherto neglected site of the Gusen camp in northern Austria has become a bone of contention, with the Polish government demanding it...
| |Researchers Earn $280,000 For Hacking Industrial Systems At Pwn2Own Miami Researchers who took part this week in the Zero Day Initiative’s Pwn2Own Miami hacking competition have earned a total of $280,000 for exploits targeting industrial control systems (ICS) and associated protocols.
| |Police Are About To Deploy Privacy Destroying Facial Recognition Cameras Across London 24th Jan 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet The capitals Metropolitan Police say the technology will help fight crime - but critics warn that the scheme amounts to oppressive surveillance.
| |This Simple Malware Still Plagues One In 10 Mac Users 24th Jan 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet This threat might be relatively basic, but it is still a headache for many Mac users.
| |The Doomsday Clock Just Moved Closer To Midnight Again. Tech Is Getting Some Of The Blame. 24th Jan 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet Information warfare, deep fakes and AI are all adding to the risk of catastrophe, scientists warn.
| |Citrix Releases New Patches To Plug Critical Server Vulnerability 24th Jan 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet Additional versions of Citrix ADC and Citrix Gateway can now be protected against the severe security issue.
| |Report Alleging Saudi Hack Of Bezos Phone Puzzles Security Experts - The Wall Street Journal Report Alleging Saudi Hack of Bezos Phone Puzzles Security ExpertsThe Wall Street JournalThe Jeff Bezos phone hack proves anyone can fall victim to cybersecurity attacks. But heres what security experts say you can do to reduce the risk.Business...
| |Protestors Petition Equity Firm Over .org Buyout The street outside ICAANs offices in Playa Vista, California, is likely a little more crowded than normal.
| |Owner Of Stolen Data Marketplace Cardplanet Pleads Guilty 24th Jan 2020 [3 days ago] from ZDNet The trading post was a hotbed of stolen US credit card information.
| |Intels Ghost Canyon NUC And Compute Element: 10 Questions And Intriguing Facts 24th Jan 2020 [3 days ago] from PCWorld Intel’s Ghost Canyon NUC and its Compute Element card were two of the most intriguing pieces of hardware shown by the company at CES 2020. They may be tiny, but they represent some big changes to small-form-factor PCs. Here are the key...
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