• Trader from Pre-School to PRO
  • new top indicator – the RMO (119 trades)
  • Top 5 Crypto Trends to Look Out For in 2022. #shorts
  • Booby-trapped sites delivered potent new backdoor trojan to macOS users
  • Starlink preps rugged user terminal that may avoid “thermal shutdown” problem

Trader from Pre-School to PRO

So You Want To Be a PRO Trader It’s Steps To Being a PRO. PreSchoolhttps://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/preschoolKindergartenhttps://www.babypips.com/learn/forex/kindergartenAll the top people in any industry started in Pre-School.   Pre-School is the foundation the ABC,s and 123’s If you real want to get in the trading game, for continued education I recommend PIP Baby.    PIP Baby should be your first stop  to learn the rules of the game.   It’s way more rules to the  game, but…

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new top indicator – the RMO (119 trades)

In this video, we backtest the RMO 119 times and find out what its winrate is. HankoTrade https://cutt.ly/dWAKprE will double your Deposit! ___________________________________________________ 🟠 Mentorship Group: https://cutt.ly/tradingmentorship 🟠 🟡 My Course: https://www.tradingfox.ca/ 🟡 * The course is 100% Risk-Free (love it or refund) * ⭐My Backtesting App: https://cutt.ly/TraderEdge ⭐ ___________________________________________________ –Indicator Download– https://mega.nz/file/CfhGwLQQ#AYEwhOJ-hxO_DIsC7bxV_ct71nFuAE2phpBUqNCrNfQ –Free Discord Group– https://discord.gg/3k9VY9g ___________________________________________________ —Art— Icons made by https://www.freepik.com Powered by WPeMatico

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Booby-trapped sites delivered potent new backdoor trojan to macOS users

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Researchers have uncovered advanced, never-before-seen macOS malware that was installed using exploits that were almost impossible for most users to detect or stop once the users landed on a malicious website. The malware was a full-featured backdoor that was written from scratch, an indication that the developers behind it have significant resources and expertise. DazzleSpy, as researchers from security firm Eset have named it, provides an…

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Starlink preps rugged user terminal that may avoid “thermal shutdown” problem

Enlarge / The current Starlink user terminal. Images of the planned ruggedized terminal aren’t available yet. (credit: Starlink) SpaceX’s Starlink division is planning a new ruggedized satellite dish that can operate in hotter and colder temperatures. This is the second ruggedized Starlink dish the company has revealed—the first is designed for vehicles, ships, and aircraft, while the newer one is a fixed earth station that would provide broadband to buildings….

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Google drops FLoC after widespread opposition, pivots to “Topics API” plan

Enlarge / Vivaldi’s graphic on FLoC. (credit: Vivaldi) After widespread opposition from the rest of the Internet, Google is killing its “FLoC” plans. The company wants to get rid of the third-party web cookies used for advertising tracking, so it proposed FLoC (“Federated Learning of Cohorts”), which would have let its browser track you for the benefit of advertising companies. With FLoC dead, Google is floating another proposal to track…

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New Logitech mechanical keyboards are conservative in looks and price

Enlarge / Logitech G413 SE mechanical keyboard. Logitech introduced two mechanical keyboards to its lineup on Monday. Shipping in February, the boards are part of the company’s PC gaming brand, but with their $70 starting price and classic, toned-down look, they’re also interesting candidates for someone seeking a productivity keyboard with mechanical switches. The Logitech G G413 SE and G413 TKL SE are $80 and $70, respectively, offering a reasonable entry…

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Here’s what Apple might announce at a spring event this March

Enlarge / The 2020 iPhone SE. (credit: Samuel Axon) It doesn’t seem like that long ago that Apple announced a plethora of new iPhone, Apple Watch, and MacBook Pro computers, but we’re likely now just a couple of months away from another product unveiling event from the company. The Internet is spinning with wild speculation today, so now seems like a good time to check in and set expectations as…

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Dark Souls servers taken down following discovery of critical vulnerability

Enlarge (credit: The_Grim_Sleeper) Bandai Namco, publisher of the Dark Souls role-playing game series, has taken down its player-versus-player servers while it investigates reports of a serious vulnerability that allows players to execute malicious code on the PCs of fellow players. Word of the critical remote-code-execution flaw emerged over the weekend in Reddit threads here and here. An exploit that hit a user named The_Grim_Sleeper was captured in a video stream…

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AT&T announces multi-gigabit fiber: $110 a month for 2Gbps, $180 for 5Gbps

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | zf L) AT&T has started offering 2Gbps and 5Gbps symmetrical Internet speeds over its fiber-to-the-home network, the telecom company announced today. The multi-gigabit speeds are available to “nearly 5.2 million customer locations in parts of more than 70 metro areas, such as LA, Atlanta, and Dallas,” AT&T said. AT&T is charging $110 per month plus taxes for its 2Gbps home-Internet plan and $180 per month…

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