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US #rules on #reporting #cybersecurity #flaws set to change #according to #source

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The Trump administration is set to release its rules for determining whether to disclose t that they find, according to a national security official in the US.

Speaking to the Reuters news agency, the anonymous source stated that the revised rules would be released on whitehouse.gov on Wednesday. The changes are expected to make the process, which federal agencies go through when dealing with finding cybersecurity flaws, more transparent.

The move is seen as an attempt by the US government to fend off criticism that it routinely exposes internet security by keeping cybersecurity flaws and vulnerabilities secret. for

According to the report on Reuters.com, the proposed rule change will name the agencies involved in the process, such as the Departments of Commerce, Treasury and State.

Currently the US government employs an inter-agency review, created under former President Barack Obama. Known as the Vulnerability Equities Process, it is tasked with deciding what happens to any cybersecurity flaws that is discovered by the National Security Agency (NSA).

This approach to online security has received criticism from experts who claim a failure to disclose findings has a more negative impact on the industry, with Reuters pointing out the dangers experts find with the approach:

“The criticism grew earlier this year when a global ransomware attack known as WannaCry infected computers in at least 150 countries, knocking hospitals offline and disrupting services at factories.

The attack was made possible because of a flaw in Microsoft’s Windows software that the NSA had used to build a hacking tool for its own use.

Named WannaCryptor, but also referred to as WannaCry, it spread rapidly by utilizing the eternalblue SMB exploit, part of a large collection of files that leaked from the NSA.

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How to get better at online dating, according to science

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Your guide to online dating and avoiding ‘serial killer territory,’ according to Billy Eichner

If you’ve been having a little trouble when it comes to finding love (or lust) on your dating app of choice, let comedian Billy Eichner be your guardian angel and show you the way. An aficionado of just about every app there is, including Tinder, Grindr, Bumble and Scruff, Eichner gave GQ his tips to getting it right online. The most important rule? A short, concise bio of 10 words or less. “Anything more is serial killer territory,” he said. Read More….

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The most attractive jobs in the UK, according to online daters

It’s easy to assume that online daters mainly take looks and common interests into consideration when speaking to a potential partner, but your career could also play a role in whether or not you’re landing dates. A study by dating “auction” website WhatsYourPrice.com has revealed which job titles are most attractive among its members in the UK (it has 800,000 users worldwide) — and the results might surprise you. The site allows members to bid and pay for first dates with other users, enabling the company to see which members are most successful in attracting others and landing dates. Read More….

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According To This New Law Parents Will Now Pay A Big Fine On Kids Bullying

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According To This New Law Parents Will Now Pay A Big Fine On Kids Bullying

No parent would love to see or think about their child being bullied. Bullying has been a problem in schools across the world for as long as we can remember. It’s not a new phenomenon by any means; however, with …

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HOW TO AVOID SENIOR DATING SCAMS, ACCORDING TO A PROFESSIONAL DATING COACH

We all want love in our lives, no matter what age we are! But maintaining healthy relationships – romantic and otherwise – becomes even more important in our 50s, 60s and beyond. So, how do you put yourself out there and make new connections in the over-50 dating scene? Online dating sites! These sites are a great resource for finding relationships of any nature – romantic, friendship, fun, serious, casual – you name it, you can find it online! Read More….

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8 New Uses For Old Things Around The House, According To Toddlers

We don’t know anyone cleverer, kookier, or more creative when it comes to thinking than toddlers. Toddlers are part scientists and part artists. These little geniuses walk around our homes finding new uses for ordinary objects all the time. For example, you see a shirt sleeve … but they see a napkin and a tissue that’s always within reach. What other household objects are hiding transformative properties, according to kids? We partnered with Clorox to find out. Take a look!

1. Shoe = Phone

It’s important to point out that this must be an adult shoe.

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8 Signs A Marriage Won’t Last, According To Divorce Lawyers

For the best relationship insight and advice, turn to a divorce attorney. After all, every day they have a front-row seat to the kinds of petty drama and missteps that lead couples to split up. 

With that in mind, we asked family law attorneys from across the country to share some of the most obvious signs that a couple is likely to divorce. 

1. They give each other the silent treatment

“It’s a bad sign if a couple bickers and it results in the silent treatment. Sure, fighting is healthy in a relationship but when it turns from playful to serious on a regular basis — and it Read More

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7 Ways To Save Your Sexless Marriage, According To Sex Therapists

In a sexual rut with your partner? Take heart — it’s natural for partners’ sex drives to ebb and flow through the years and things can definitely improve in the bedroom.

Below, sex therapists share seven pieces of advice that have worked for real couples they’ve counseled through the years. 

1. Don’t assume your spouse is uninterested in having sex. 

Don’t jump to conclusions about your partner’s sex drive without consulting him or her. Take the time to reach out, said New York City-based sex therapist Gracie Landes, pointing to the example of a client who assumed her husband was disinterested in sex based off another therapist’s observation.

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Bank tellers involved in identity theft, according to BBB

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Bank tellers involved in identity theft, according to BBB

We trust them with personal financial information. They see and have access to our bank account numbers and debit card numbers. No wonder, then, it is unsettling to learn that bank tellers have been increasingly involved in reported cases of identity theft. According to reports, bank tellers have been caught selling Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to individuals who then take that information and turn it into fake credit cards or checks. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), more than 8,600 complaints against banks and lenders were reported by Texas consumers last year alone. In fact, Bank Fraud was ranked as one of the top five types of identity theft. That’s why the Better Business Bureau advises people to monitor their bank statements regularly, especially on accounts like they may not check as often. What tips does BBB offer to avoid fraud and ID theft? Guard your account number. Never give your account number to anyone unless it is a representative of your bank or credit union. Even then, take steps to insure that’s who you’re talking to. Keep your transactions secure. Safeguard your bank account information, credit card numbers, Social Security number and other personal data when you use […]

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