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Microsoft Defender extends malware protection to macOS and Android—for a price

Enlarge (credit: Microsoft) The Microsoft Defender antivirus product built into Windows 10 and 11 is generally good enough at detecting and removing malware that most people don’t need to pay for a separate antivirus product. Today, Microsoft is extending the consumer version of the product. Called Microsoft Defender for Individuals, the new app will provide malware protection for multiple operating systems and security tips and the ability to check on…

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How Good Is This Famous Indicator? (150+ Trades)

In this video take a look at and backtest one of the most popular indicators on Tradingview and see how well it performs. HankoTrade https://cutt.ly/dWAKprE will double your Deposit! ___________________________________________________ ⭐My Backtesting Software: https://www.traderedge.app/ ⭐ 🟠 Mentorship Group: https://cutt.ly/tradingmentorship 🟠 ___________________________________________________ –Free Discord Group– https://discord.gg/3k9VY9g ___________________________________________________ *DISCLAIMER* The information presented in this video is for educational and entertainment purposes only and is not financial advice. I am not a financial…

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Tsunami of junk traffic that broke DDoS records delivered by tiniest of botnets

Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson | Getty Images) A massive flood of malicious traffic that recently set a new distributed denial-of-service record came from an unlikely source. A botnet of just 5,000 devices was responsible as extortionists and vandals continue to develop ever more powerful attacks to knock sites offline, security researchers said. The DDoS delivered 26 million HTTPS requests per second, breaking the previous record of 15.3 million requests for…

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Amazon says its drones will deliver packages to backyards this year

Enlarge / Amazon’s latest delivery drone design, the MK27-2. (credit: Amazon) Amazon is detailing plans to begin its drone delivery service, Amazon Prime Air. The company still has some regulatory obstacles to overcome but expects drones to be dropping packages into customers’ backyards in Lockeford, California, by the end of 2022. In a blog post this week, Amazon said that after receiving approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and…

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Internet Explorer was once synonymous with the Internet, but today it’s gone for good

Enlarge (credit: Aurich Lawson | Getty Images) Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has died many deaths over the years, but today is the one that counts. The final version of the browser, Internet Explorer 11, will no longer receive support or security updates starting today, and it will gradually be removed from Windows 10 PCs via a Windows Update at some point in the future. It was never installed on Windows 11…

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Drawing a square in scratch1

In this movie, the essentials of Drawing a sq. in scratch1 will be introduced to the college students. #home windows #computerbooks #programming #language #scratch #drawing #orangeeducation #touchpad #trackpad #AddingValuestoEducation #coding #codinglife

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Botched and silent patches from Microsoft put customers at risk, critics say

Enlarge (credit: Drew Angerer | Getty Images) Blame is mounting on Microsoft for what critics say is a lack of transparency and adequate speed when responding to reports of vulnerabilities threatening its customers, security professionals said. Microsoft’s latest failing came to light on Tuesday in a post that showed Microsoft taking five months and three patches before successfully fixing a critical vulnerability in Azure. Orca Security first informed Microsoft in…

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Bad news for cable: A major sports league will stream exclusively on Apple TV

Enlarge / Major League Soccer is coming to Apple TV. Today, Apple and Major League Soccer (MLS) announced that the Apple TV app will offer streaming video of every MLS match for the next 10 years. Apple claims that viewers “around the world” can “watch all MLS, Leagues Cup, and select MLS NEXT Pro and MLS NEXT matches in one place—without any local broadcast blackouts or the need for a…

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A new vulnerability in Intel and AMD CPUs lets hackers steal encryption keys

Enlarge Microprocessors from Intel, AMD, and other companies contain a newly discovered weakness that remote attackers can exploit to obtain cryptographic keys and other secret data traveling through the hardware, researchers said on Tuesday. Hardware manufacturers have long known that hackers can extract secret cryptographic data from a chip by measuring the power it consumes while processing those values. Fortunately, the means for exploiting power-analysis attacks against microprocessors is limited…

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IT fail caused Sonos to ship unwanted speakers and charge customers for them

Enlarge / The Sonos One. (credit: Jeff Dunn) Sonos customers were left scratching their heads and double-checking their bank accounts after receiving more speakers than they ordered. Some users were reportedly charged for the extra speakers that they received but never ordered. The Verge on Monday said it spoke to one Sonos customer who “placed an order for a single Sonos Move and received three.” Another was “charged over $2,000…

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