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Windows 10 updates: Expect slimmed-down, full-quality versions, says Microsoft

The next version of Windows 10 could make Microsoft's monthly updates less painful to manage.     By Liam Tung | August 17, 2018  Windows 10 update changes bring new features and new frustrations.       Microsoft says enterprise customers with devices on the next version of Windows 10 will get cumulative monthly updates that are a…
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Hands-on with Linux Mint Debian Edition 3 Beta

The long-awaited LMDE update is finally (really) on the way!     By J.A. Watson  August 16, 2018    \   I have been out of touch for the past six months, because I accepted a teaching position in Amsterdam. The amount of time that required, and the weekly commute from Switzerland (yes, really, weekly), was vastly…
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Firefox add-on snoops on 200,000 users’ browsing activities

Updated: The add-on was quietly removed from a recommendations list on the official Firefox blog.     By Charlie Osborne August 16, 2018       Firefox has quietly removed an add-on from a list of recommended browser bolts-on listed on the Firefox official blog after a researcher discovered the software was covertly logging browser histories. The…
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NotPetya malware attack: Chaos but not cyber warfare

While the Russian military run cyber attack was economically damaging, it doesn't cross the threshold into warfare, claims report by Marsh.     By Danny Palmer | August 16, 2018        The impact of last year's NotPetya cyber-attack was felt around the world, bringing several large organizations grinding to a halt and costing billions of dollars…
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Russian Military Spy Software is on Hundreds of Thousands of Home Routers

BY PATRICK TUCKERTECHNOLOGY EDITOR AUGUST 13, 2018 ALEXEI NIKOLSKY, SPUTNIK, KREMLIN POOL PHOTO VIA AP ALEXEI NIKOLSKY, SPUTNIK, KREMLIN POOL PHOTO VIA AP Russian President Vladimir Putin and presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov, left, attend a meeting during the 5th Caspian summit in Aktau, the Caspian Sea port in Kazakhstan, Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018.    …
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​Microsoft: Here’s how to limit ‘Foreshadow’ attack impact

Windows Server admins using Hyper-V have some complicated choices to make about how best to mitigate Foreshadow on Intel hardware.     By Liam Tung | August 15, 2018        Microsoft has published guidance for those keen to mitigate the impact of the latest L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF) or 'Foreshadow' speculative execution side channel attacks affecting…
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Adobe fixes critical code execution flaws in latest patch update

Two vulnerabilities in Acrobat and Reader are considered critical.     By Charlie Osborne  August 15, 2018        Adobe has resolved 11 security flaws in this month's patch update on the heels of a far larger security round last month in which over a hundred bugs were squashed. The patch release impacts Adobe Flash, Acrobat…
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House Entry Of Drone.

  This person flying the drone has less than 3 weeks of actual flight time. Flight starts at the halfway mark of video. Notice that mirrors are in every room and hall. The openings are less then 36 " wide and the bathroom entry is 24" on both sides. Also notice that fans are running…
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