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NATO on Monday inked a deal to bolster its cyber support for Ukraine, after a sweeping hacking attack against Kyiv heightened tensions amid fears that Russia could be plotting an invasion.
Authors of phishing and malspam messages like to use various techniques to make their creations appear as legitimate as possible in the eyes of the recipients. To this end, they often try to make their messages look like reports generated by security tools, responses to previous communication initiated by the recipient, or instructions from someone at the recipients organization, just to name a few. Most such techniques have been with us for a long time, however, last week I came across one that I don’t believe I’ve ever seen before â inclusion of what may be thought of as an advertisement in the body of the message.
The Pen is the first Chromebook stylus from Logitech. Continue reading Hands on with the Logitech Pen: A comfortable Chromebook stylus for students
After analyzing powdered rock samples collected from the surface of Mars by NASA’s Curiosity rover, scientists today announced that several of the samples are rich in a type of carbon that on Earth is associated with biological processes. From a report… Continue reading NASA’s Curiosity Rover Measures Intriguing Carbon Signature On Mars
This is the second part of a two-part overview of the 2021 auction year – a year where investors channeled more of their wealth into “investments of passion” than ever before.
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Genome sequencing can be used to determine whether a patient’s illness is genetic, but it usually takes weeks to get results. A new ultra-rapid technique can sequence a person’s genome and diagnose genetic diseases in just a few hours, earning it a Gui… Continue reading World’s fastest genome sequencer diagnoses genetic disease in hours
Consumers are increasingly utilising Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) payment options to make online purchases. Indeed, several e-commerce companies reported huge uptakes in sales, via BNPL, over the festive period, most notably around 2021’s Black Friday and … Continue reading How Buy Now, Pay Later is being targeted by fraudsters
The search for sustainable alternatives to common plastics has researchers investigating how their building blocks can be sourced from places other than petroleum, and for scientists behind a promising new study, this has led them straight to the sweet… Continue reading Eco-friendly plastics made from sugars boast “unprecedented” properties