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Hackers are now trying to take down the whole Internet!

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Hackers are now trying to take down the whole Internet!

Security expert Bruce Shneier revealed this month that some of the major companies that provide the basic infrastructure that make the Internet work, have seen an increase in DDoS attacks against them. It is believed that these attacks are designed

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Best Outdoor Toys To Get The Whole Family Moving (Part 2)

Back in the day, kids got excited to play outside with items as simple as a jump rope, a ball, a bike, and a pair of roller skates with a key–OK, that was back in my day! For my kids, Razor let us travel near and far with their original scooters, wheels on bikes grew wider to encourage off-road exploration, and roller skates became roller blades.

Whether kids are in school or adults are at work, our busy lives have lots of demands. There’s no better reason to get outside and play than simply that it’s good for you–and it will make you feel good too!

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He is special guest at the Ground Zero Summit 2015 being organised by Indian Infosec Consortium – a group of ethical hackers. “Threat to national security has moved to the digital dimension. Terrorist organisations have turned social networks and online forums into recruitment hotbeds and propaganda mechanisms. We need a security apparatus in the digital space to address this threat. Hackers are the face of this digital army.” The actor said he is bringing his whole team including scriptwriters of the show to observe and interact with the ethical hacker community. (Also Read: Tabu Has Shown Interest in 24, Says Director ) “From November 22, I will start shooting for 24. It will go on air in 2016. When an actor prepares for a role, we often start to live like the character. Some call it method acting. We meet real life people like the character and try to understand their nuances, their life,” he said. As per the summit’s website, speakers will share details of the espionage mission as well as hold sessions on hacking of cellular networks, medical devices in hospitals, using technical loopholes in them. The consortium claims to have discovered cyber espionage operation under which phones of Indian Army personnel, who had downloaded some mobile application related to news, had been compromised by hackers based in Pakistan. IIC CEO Jiten Jain has said that the findings were handed over to security agencies who promptly acted and sanitised the infected handset early this year.

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

He is special guest at the Ground Zero Summit 2015 being organised by Indian Infosec Consortium – a group of ethical hackers.   “Threat to national security has moved to the digital dimension. Terrorist organisations have turned social networks and online forums into recruitment hotbeds and propaganda mechanisms. We need a security apparatus in the digital space to address this threat. Hackers are the face of this digital army.”   The actor said he is bringing his whole team including scriptwriters of the show to observe and interact with the ethical hacker community. (Also Read: Tabu Has Shown Interest in 24, Says Director )   “From November 22, I will start shooting for 24. It will go on air in 2016. When an actor prepares for a role, we often start to live like the character. Some call it method acting. We meet real life people like the character and try to understand their nuances, their life,” he said.   As per the summit’s website, speakers will share details of the espionage mission as well as hold sessions on hacking of cellular networks, medical devices in hospitals, using technical loopholes in them.   The consortium claims to have discovered cyber espionage operation under which phones of Indian Army personnel, who had downloaded some mobile application related to news, had been compromised by hackers based in Pakistan.  IIC CEO Jiten Jain has said that the findings were handed over to security agencies who promptly acted and sanitised the infected handset early this year.

He is special guest at the Ground Zero Summit 2015 being organised by Indian Infosec Consortium – a group of ethical hackers. “Threat to national security has moved to the digital dimension. Terrorist organisations have turned social networks and online forums into recruitment hotbeds and propaganda mechanisms. We need a security apparatus in the digital space to address this threat. Hackers are the face of this digital army.” The actor said he is bringing his whole team including scriptwriters of the show to observe and interact with the ethical hacker community. (Also Read: Tabu Has Shown Interest in 24, Says Director ) “From November 22, I will start shooting for 24. It will go on air in 2016. When an actor prepares for a role, we often start to live like the character. Some call it method acting. We meet real life people like the character and try to understand their nuances, their life,” he said. As per the summit’s website, speakers will share details of the espionage mission as well as hold sessions on hacking of cellular networks, medical devices in hospitals, using technical loopholes in them. The consortium claims to have discovered cyber espionage operation under which phones […]

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Four parishes go whole year with no recorded crime in Diss Express area

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To some small villages in north Suffolk, crime is something that happens only in other parishes. 2014 crime figures for Suffolk show that four parishes in the Diss Express area, Wilby, Rishangles, Thornham Parva and Bedingfield, recorded zero crime that year. Meanwhile in wards where crimes have been recorded, Worlingworth has the fewest crimes, as a ratio of its population, in the county. The figures were published by Suffolk Observatory, which publishes official statistics about the county. Wilby has few facilities, and a little under 100 homes in the whole parish but does have a busy primary school. Council chairman Ian Williamson said: “It is a very settled community. I think people are reasonably alert and the police are good at keeping people advised of what the crime trends are. They attend parish council meetings or submit a report. “If there were any crimes here then people would have the confidence to report them to the police.” Although there are fewer police per square mile in rural areas like north Suffolk, the use of community crime prevention initiatives such as Neighbourhood Watch has been pointed out as a reason for lower crime. Ever diminishing funding for the police force is […]

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