A room full of Apple engineer staring at their own bricked iPhones
This week we had broken promises in China, broken keys in Steam, and broken ..err, everything in Apache Struts. Here's some other stuff kicking off in infosec beside everything else we've reported since this time last Saturday. FaceTime looks ugly after bug reports A Google researcher punched a trio of holes in Apple's …
That is the downside to having an unregulated currency like BitCoin, if it gets stolen or taken as part of a scam, there are no mechanisms in place to get it back. Whether or not that risk is worth the upsides of bitcoin is something that needs to be considered.
Not only true of cash. The same is true of the magical electronic GBP in our accounts.
When someone gets scammed or stolen from *that* money isn't recovered, the banks pays you back and has insurance for this sort of thing.
They haven't recovered the fund stolen, they've replaced them. That's different.
"one young man from the Jalaun district in India [..] they instead arrested him"
There is a host of confusing things about this article, but the worst is the fact that the author of this article does not mention that the FBI didn't actually arrest the boy and there is an investigation going on.
At least get the facts straight in article whose source you link to.
For once, given WordPress' reputation for lax security, it isn't the content platform's fault. Instead the problem comes from a third-party plugin called WP GDPR Compliance, which is supposed to indicate if a website is breaking the EU rules.
So, some utter idiots haven't understood that "GDPR Compliance" is not about software and can't be done by a "plugin".
with the cops can't even keep track of their own firearms.
After "de-policing" and feeding military gear to Mexican mobs, is laxity in cop stalls another leftover from the Obama era?
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