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September, 2020

  • 24 September

    New batch of dangerous apps found on iOS and Android phones – BGR

    The cybersecurity firm Avast has identified a new batch of sketchy iOS and Android apps that the firm says has been downloaded some 2.4 million times, in addition to garnering about $500,000 in revenue for their creators. The apps were promoted via accounts across TikTok and Instagram, which encouraged users …

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  • 24 September

    RPGolf Legends announced for consoles, PC – Gematsu

    Publisher Kemco and developer ArticNet have announced RPGolf Legends for consoles and PC. It will launch in 2021. RPGolf Legends is an unique action RPG where players will go on an adventure in a world of golf and monsters. Comment Policy Comments are welcome and encouraged on Gematsu. However, we …

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  • 24 September

    Why laptop integrated graphics aren't terrible anymore – PCWorld

    Integrated graphics in laptops have long been the butt of jokes among PC gamers, as that technology so worthless that it comes free with your laptop. But times and technologies are changing, and believe it or not, the latest integrated solutions are finally due some respect. Integrated graphics that didn’t …

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  • 24 September

    Fire destroys Mitchell mobile home – Scottsbluff Star Herald

    × Thanks for reading! Log in to continue. Enjoy more articles by logging in or creating a free account. No credit card required. Mitchell and Scottsbluff firefighters talk over a mobile home fire on the 2300 block of 13th Street in Mitchell Thursday. The trailer was believed to be vacant …

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  • 24 September

    Planner: The latest networking and events in the Upstate – UPSTATE BUSINESS JOURNAL – Upstate Business Journal

    September 28 Opportunity Greenville What: This virtual meeting is the first of five sessions, and it will cover “The Greenville Community, Looking Back and Moving Forward.” Attendees will also be allowed to participate in small group discussions. When: 2-5 p.m. Where: Virtual meeting Info: $400 per Greenville Chamber member, $525 per non-member; …

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  • 24 September

    'One day everyone will use China's digital currency'

    Image copyright Chandler Guo Image caption Chandler Guo at one of his cryptocurrency mines Chandler Guo was a pioneer in cryptocurrency, the digital currencies that can be created and used independently of national central banks and governments. In 2014 he set up an operation to produce one of those currencies, …

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  • 24 September

    Creating a New Cybersecurity ‘Norm’ – Security Boulevard

    In my previous post, I wrote about COVID-19-related cybersecurity challenges and adjustments. Most of the immediate changes were tactical in nature, to handle the situation at hand. However, COVID-19 brought behavioral changes in the way we work and consume technology. Companies now understand that working from home is possible and …

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  • 24 September

    CISA says a hacker breached a federal agency – ZDNet

    Image: Jacob Creswick A hacker has gained access and exfiltrated data from a federal agency, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said on Thursday. The name of the hacked federal agency, the date of the intrusion, or any details about the intruder, such as an industry codename or state …

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  • 24 September

    WatchGuard: Zero-Day Malware Attacks Spike in Q2 – Channel Partners

    Despite a decrease in number, evasive zero-day malware attacks circumventing antivirus protections jumped in the second quarter. That’s according to WatchGuard Technologies’ Internet Security Report for Q2 2020. Seventy percent of all attacks involved zero-day malware. That’s a 12% increase over the previous quarter. WatchGuard’s quarterly research reports are based on …

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  • 24 September

    Dairy technology: not a gadget, but vital for successful and profitable dairy farming – Hoard's Dairyman

    The information below has been supplied by dairy marketers and other industry organizations. It has not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hoard’s Dairyman. Owners of large dairy operations will become CIO’s (Chief Information Officers) in the near future. This is according to dairy tech expert Jeffrey Bewley. He also …

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