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Mirai botnet creators plead guilty

Three men, Paras Jha, 21, Josiah White, 20, and Dalton Norman, 21, entered guilty pleas for their roles in creating and deploying the Mirai botnet last year. The men apparently ran their own DDoS mitigation service, meaning they unleashed this massive botnet of zombie devices in an effort to boost their business. They would extort companies for their services after they were already targeted and also leased their botnet out to other attackers. Under their guilty pleas, Jha agreed to…

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Drone Gang Jailed After Impressive 49-Flight Prison Smuggling Run

People have been using drones to smuggle goods for years. Porn, weapons, drugs—god, so many drugs. The tiny whirring machines have proven discreet little contraband-transport contraptions, but one smuggling operation’s astoundingly successful run just got grounded. From July 2015 through May of this year, a drone gang made at least 49 flights into prisons in England and Scotland, smuggling in weed and mobile phones. But authorities just jailed eight people after cameras set up outside a prison in Worcestershire to…

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Database aggregating 1.4 billion credentials found on dark web – General

A single file on the dark web with a database of 1.4 billion clear text credentials not only is the largest aggregate found there but it opens a trove of credentials to even the least sophisticated hackers. A single file on the dark web with a database of 1.4 billion clear text credentials not only is the largest aggregate found there but it opens a trove of credentials to even the least sophisticated hackers. The breach is almost twice the…

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Worldwide electronic waste hit a new record at 45 million tonnes last year – National

OSLO — Electronic waste rose to a record 45 million tonnes worldwide in 2016, squandering valuable metals such as gold and copper since few trashed televisions, cellphones or other products get recycled, a U.N.-backed study showed on Wednesday. Rising incomes and falling prices for everything from solar panels to fridges drove up the amount of e-waste — defined as anything with a plug or a battery — by 8 percent from 41 million tonnes in the last assessment for 2014, it said. WATCH: Electronics…

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Starbucks store’s WiFi hijacked laptops to mine cryptocurrency

A Starbucks store located in Buenos Aires was recently caught mining cryptocurrency using visitors’ laptops that were connected to its public WiFi network. The mining was the result of malware, which Starbucks has since taken care of. The issue was made known by Noah Dinkin, who alerted Starbucks and the public to the mining via a tweet. According to Dinkin via his tweet below, the store’s WiFi network introduced a ten-second delay when a user first connected to it. During…

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Democratic lawmaker says women invite sexual harassment with the way they dress / Boing Boing

Democratic lawmaker Marcy Kaptur said she’s appalled at the way women on Capitol Hill dress, stunning other lawmakers who were in a meeting with her yesterday. “I saw a member yesterday with her cleavage so deep it was down to the floor,” she said. “And what I’ve seen…it’s really an invitation.” Kaptur, the 71-year-old U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 9th congressional district, was in a private meeting with fellow lawmakers “to discuss sexual harassment issues,” according to Politico. People in the…

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Adobe retires Storify but lets it live on as Storify 2 (sort of)

Remember Storify? Storify was a web service to use content from various social media sites and resources in what the service called stories. An author could pull data from various sources, tweets from various Twitter users, videos, web links and other resources, and use them in a story. Livefyre, which started out as a commenting platform but branched out since then to enter content marketing as well, acquired Storify back in 2013. Livefyre itself was acquired by Adobe in 2016,…

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Mysterious ‘handbags of the gods’ spotted in ancient sculptures from around the world

These two sculptures are from very different parts of the world. So why are they clutching the same bag? (Picture: Getty – Metropolitan Museum of Art) You may think that handbags are a modern obsession. But it’s been claimed that ancient sculptures from several different cultures show deities clutching the same sort of accessory. An Assyrian panel made between 883–859 B.C depicting a ‘winged supernatural figure’ (Picture: Metropolitan Museum of Art) It’s been claimed the unusual bits of luggage appears…

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Apple releases iOS 11.2.1 update with fix for HomeKit vulnerability – BGR

A little more than a week after pushing out iOS 11.2, Apple earlier today released iOS 11.2.1 to iPhone and iPad users. The release itself is relatively minor, though it does bring with it it a number of important bug fixes. Most notably, the update addresses a HomeKit vulnerability that first came to light about a week ago. The HomeKit bug, if you recall, enabled malicious actors to gain access to connected devices such as lights, thermostats, and even locks.…

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New Horizons Space Probe Target May Have Its Own Tiny Moonlet

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. NASA’s New Horizons probe has already made history several times. At launch, it was the fastest probe ever launched from Earth with a speed of more than 36,000 mph. It was also the first spacecraft to study the dwarf planet Pluto up close. Now, it’s on track for another first. In late 2018, New Horizons will encounter a Kuiper Belt object known as MU69. It…

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