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Three years later, Let’s Encrypt now secures 75% of the web

Bon anniversaire, Let’s Encrypt! The free-to-use non-profit founded in 2014 in part by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and is backed by Akamai, Google, Facebook, Mozilla and more. Three years ago Friday, it issued its first certificate. Since then, the numbers have exploded. To date, more than 380 million certificates have been issued on 129 million unique domains. Let’s Encrypt now secures 75 ...

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Cryptocurrency mining attacks using leaked NSA hacking tools are still highly active a year later

It’s been over a year since highly classified exploits built by the National Security Agency were stolen and published online. One of the tools, dubbed EternalBlue, can covertly break into almost any Windows machine around the world. It didn’t take long for hackers to start using the exploits to run ransomware on thousands of computers, grinding hospitals and businesses to ...

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RT editor-in-chief spoke to UK’s suspects in Skripal case, interview to be aired later today

Published time: 13 Sep, 2018 07:36 Edited time: 13 Sep, 2018 07:55 RT Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan spoke to the two men London named as suspects in the Skripal case, and the interview is set to be aired soon. Earlier, Putin said they are civilians and “there is nothing criminal about them.” DETAILS TO FOLLOW Let’s block ads! (Why?) RT World ...

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Hong Kong parking spot bought for $433,000 & flipped for $760,000 just 9 months later

A new world property record has been set in Hong Kong where a single parking space was just sold for HK$ 6 million ($ 760,000). It is now the most expensive place on the planet to park your car. The parking spot at the luxury Ultima apartment complex is located in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district. It was initially bought in ...

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Rylo’s shoot first, frame later camera is ideal for casual adventure-seekers

Action cameras are a gadget that mostly cater to a person’s wish to see themselves in a certain way: Most people aren’t skiing off mountains or cliff diving most of the time, but they aspire to. The issue with most action cameras, though, is that even when you actually do something cool, you still have to shoot the right angle ...

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Google is shutting down Chrome’s parental control features, replacement to launch later this year

Google is preparing to launch a new set of parental control features for users of its Chrome browser. The announcement was made in an email sent this week to users of its current system for parental controls and other restrictions called “Chrome Supervised Users,” which is soon shutting down. Chrome Supervised Users was first launched into beta back in 2013. The feature ...

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Toyota will offer Alexa in its cars starting later this year

Toyota announced at CES this year that the carmaker will be offering support for Amazon Alexa within its vehicles – no additional hardware required. There’s a lot of third-party devices out there that are putting Alexa on your dashboard as an aftermarket add-on, but Toyota is one of the first automakers to fully embrace loading their vehicles up with Amazon’s voice-powered ...

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Twitter is testing Bookmarks, a feature to privately flag Tweets for later

Last month, Twitter started work on a new “save for later” feature for Tweets in your timeline that you wanted to flag to refer back to in the future. Now it’s given the feature a name — it will be called Bookmarks — and is running tests with it. The news was made public last night in a series of ...

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Oxford graduate sues university for £1m over ‘inadequate’ teaching… 17 years later

Published time: 21 Nov, 2017 19:44 An Oxford graduate is suing his old university for £1 million (US$ 1,324,415) on the grounds that his failure to get a top degree 17 years ago cost him the chance of a lucrative legal career. Faiz Siddiqui alleges he received “inadequate” teaching during parts of his course. Siddiqui, 39, says the Indian special ...

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Four years later, Yahoo still doesn’t know how Russia hacked 3 billion accounts

On Wednesday, in a security hearing that called both Equifax and Yahoo’s past and present executives to Washington D.C., we’re learning a bit more about what Yahoo didn’t know about the biggest hack in history. When pressed about how Yahoo failed to recognize that 3 billion accounts — and not 500 million as first reported — were compromised in what ...

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