• Trader from Pre-School to PRO
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  • A new type of supply-chain attack with serious consequences is flourishing
  • Microsoft adds Startup Boost, Sleeping Tabs to Edge build 89
  • Visual Studio Code now runs natively on M1 Macs

All the little things that add up to make iPadOS productivity a pain

The 12.9-inch 2020 iPad Pro with the Smart Keyboard and Magic Trackpad peripherals. [credit: Samuel Axon ] Rumor has it a new iPad Pro is around the corner, which means Apple is about to make another big pitch for the iPad as a productivity and content-creation device. But while we’ve found in our iPadOS reviews that Apple has done a marvelous job with the big-picture changes to the OS aimed…

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Hackers tied to Russia’s GRU targeted the US grid for years

Enlarge (credit: Yuri Smityuk | Getty Images) For all the nation-state hacker groups that have targeted the United States power grid—and even successfully breached American electric utilities—only the Russian military intelligence group known as Sandworm has been brazen enough to trigger actual blackouts, shutting the lights off in Ukraine in 2015 and 2016. Now one grid-focused security firm is warning that a group with ties to Sandworm’s uniquely dangerous hackers…

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He Passed 2 $100K FTMO Challenges With A Forex Robot…

He Passed 2 $100K FTMO Challenges With A Forex Robot… In this video Adam interviews Blue Edge Financial client, Garrett Finnell on how to pass the FTMO challenge. Garrett shares his FTMO challenge strategy for getting funded $200K using a Forex robot. Garrett passed the FTMO 100K challenge twice and placed zero manual trades. #forex #ftmo #forexrobot ✅⬇️ 7 Day FREE Trial to Blue Edge Financial: https://blueedgefx.com/free-trial/blue-edge-financial-free-trial/?el=youtube ✅📚 Download the…

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Hard-coded key vulnerability in Logix PLCs has severity score of 10 out of 10

Enlarge (credit: Rockwell Automation) Hardware that is widely used to control equipment in factories and other industrial settings can be remotely commandeered by exploiting a newly disclosed vulnerability that has a severity score of 10 out of 10. The vulnerability is found in programmable logic controllers from Rockwell Automation that are marketed under the Logix brand. These devices, which range from the size of a small toaster to a large…

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Using my Trading algorithm on Bitcoin (Full Backtest)

In this video we’re going to be taking a look at a trading algorithm that I made and how it performed on bitcoin in the past 2 years. 🟠 Trade Signal Group: https://cutt.ly/signalgroup 🟠 🟢 Get Funded: https://cutt.ly/FTMOfunding 🟢 🔵 Discord Group: https://discord.gg/3k9VY9g 🔵 Bitcoin was all the rage back in late 2017. It pushed up from 800$ up to 20 thousand dollars in only a year. Many people chose…

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See why this Indicator is the most powerful free trading tool available. Watch the video to see why.

This Indicator is the most powerful free trading tool available. Watch this video to see why. The MACD Indicator has been automated to make trading it quite easy. Tradeable MACD USEFUL LINKS:- YouTube Subscribers 50% Discount https://expert4x.video/50PercentOFFYouTube 60% off 3 EA Bundle: https://expert4x.video/3EABundle 82% OFF – 18 Forex Tool Bundle: https://expert4x.video/82PerOff18EABundle *100 Free Forex trading tools:- https://expert4x.video/100FREEForexTools * 4 Forex trading courses: https://expert4x.video/FreeForexCourses * The Make Money EA: https://expert4x.video/MakeMoneyForexRobot *…

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AT&T announces deal to spin off DirecTV into new company owned by… AT&T

Enlarge / AT&T’s logo at its corporate headquarters on March 13, 2020 in Dallas, Texas. (credit: Getty Images | Ronald Martinez ) Nearly six years after buying DirecTV for $48.5 billion, AT&T today announced a deal to sell a minority stake in the business unit and spin it out into a new subsidiary. AT&T said its deal with private equity firm TPG Capital values the TV business at $16.25 billion….

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Code-execution flaw in VMware has a severity rating of 9.8 out of 10

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Hackers are mass-scanning the Internet in search of VMware servers with a newly disclosed code-execution vulnerability that has a severity rating of 9.8 out of a possible 10. CVE-2021-21974, as the security flaw is tracked, is a remote code-execution vulnerability in VMware vCenter server, an application for Windows or Linux that administrators use to enable and manage virtualization of large networks. Within a day of VMware…

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Cox’s bad customer service stymies users who don’t want upload speeds cut

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Jill Ferry Photography) Cox has been making it extremely difficult or impossible for some customers to stick with their current Internet speeds despite promising that it won’t force users onto plans with slower uploads. As we wrote two weeks ago, Cox informed customers with 300Mbps download and 30Mbps upload speeds that they will be switched to a plan with 500Mbps downloads and 10Mbps uploads on…

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Firefox 86 brings multiple Picture-in-Picture, “Total Cookie Protection”

I installed Firefox 86 on my Ubuntu workstation using Snap to be certain I wouldn’t accidentally mess with my working system configuration. [credit: Jim Salter ] Mozilla released Firefox 86 yesterday, and the browser is now available for download and installation for all major operating systems, including Android. Along with the usual round of bug fixes and under-the-hood updates, the new build offers a couple of high-profile features—multiple Picture-in-Picture video-watching…

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