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3 Underrated Deals That Can Make You Rich in 2021 | #bumble | #tinder | #pof | #onlinedating | romancescams | #scams

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Some deals don’t get the attention that they deserve. Match Group (NASDAQ:MTCH), Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU), and fuboTV (NYSE:FUBO) announced acquisitions earlier this year that Wall Street seems to be ignoring.  It’s […]

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#comptia | Deals on the 16-inch MacBook Pro, truly wireless earphones, and PS4 Pro

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Most of the deals that we publish at The Verge come and go before the weekend arrives. That’s just the way it works sometimes. However, some deals are still happening and they’re just as good as they were earlier this week.

Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro it introduced in late 2019 (shown above) is up to $200 off at Best Buy. The most affordable build costs $2,249 (usually $2,399), and it has a six-core Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB of RAM, AMD’s Radeon Pro 5300M graphics chip, and a 512GB SSD.

You’ll get $200 off Apple’s more powerful configuration. It has an eight-core Intel Core i9 CPU, 16GB of RAM, AMD’s Radeon Pro 5500M graphics, and a 1TB SSD. Usually $2,799, you can get it right now for $2,599. To get this discount, you’ll need to be a My Best Buy member, and signing up is free and only requires an e-mail address.

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Amazon’s capable, truly wireless earphones that have Bose’s noise isolation tech built in are $40 off. They’ll cost you $90, which is a great price if you’re deciding between this and the many more expensive options out there from Apple, Sony, and others.

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Alternatively, Wellbots is offering a big limited-time discount on Anker’s Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro that have a few features up on Amazon’s model listed above. They, too, have above-average sound quality and a comfy fit. But if you want them to come in a case that supports USB-C charging and wireless charging, these Anker truly wireless earphones have you covered. Normally $150, you can get them for $110 with the offer code VERGEMUSIC.

It’s no secret that Sony plans to release the PlayStation 5 later this year. But if you haven’t yet played through all of the exclusive games for the PlayStation 4 like God of War (and in 4K, no less), Woot is offering a good deal on the PS4 Pro console. Usually $399, it’s $299 for a limited time.

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#deepweb | In new world of data breaches and dark web deals, identity theft goes mainstream: JPSO | Crime/Police

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Identity theft used to be a more complicated, hands-on racket that included mail theft, dumpster diving, scam telephone calls and emailed offers. But hackers, aided by improvements in computer technology and internet accessibility, have introduced an illicit efficiency to the crime, stealing the personal information of […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#deepweb | Black Friday: Dark web criminals offering shock discount and deals on illegal purchases | UK | News

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The annual discount has become a major event for businesses and it now appears to have filtered down to the darkest depths of the internet, experts claim. Online security firm Digital Shadows co-founder James Chappell said common marketing strategies used by regular businesses are now being used by criminals. He claimed: “We’ve seen the same strategies that online retailers and physical retailers use, being used in these criminal markets.

Mr Chappell described how one strategy to provide discounts is to “stack ‘em high and sell ‘em cheap”.

He added: “We’ve seen the same with discount codes, introductions, building up excitement before the event, adverts that entice and enthuse.”

UK criminals make more from selling drugs online than anywhere else in Europe.

It was revealed this week in a report from the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

The report claimed there were £24million worth of sales in 2017/18.

Sky News reported how social media contributes to the issue.

The outlet claimed platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat are increasingly being used to sell illegal drugs.

National Crime Agency director of investigations Nikki Holland said she wanted to do more to tackle the problem.

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Despite this, the dark web also hosts harmless and legal content.

In the legal world of Black Friday, the consumer rights group warned customers this week many offers were not as good as they seem.

There were claims that some items were much cheaper at other times of the year.

Black Friday is an American celebration on the first Friday following Thanksgiving.

It is used as a method of firing the starting gun for the Christmas shopping season.

Black Friday is increasingly gaining traction in the UK, with many businesses offering Black Friday deals.

The consumer rights group has urged shoppers to do their research before buying any products which appear to be on sale.

The organisation tracked the prices of 83 products which went on sale on Black Friday last year for six months before the big sales day.

It found that all but four (five percent) were cheaper at other times during that period.

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#deepweb | Top Sony TV Black Friday Deals for 2019: Early Sony 65”, 75”, 85” & More 4K TV Deals Reviewed by Retail Fuse

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BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Here’s a list of the best early Sony TV Black Friday 2019 deals, including instant savings on Sonny 85”, 75”, 55” & more 4K TVs.

Best Sony TV deals:

Black Friday deals run for a limited period of time. For the full range of live deals check out Amazon’s Black Friday deals page and Walmart’s Deal Drop page. Retail Fuse earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.

Sony continues to shape the 4K TV market with its new offering for products in the 65 inch, 75 inch, and the 85 inch category. The premium flagship products from Sony include the BRAVIA OLED and the Master Series. Both use state-of-the-art technology to provide superb audio and video to users.

Which stores have the best deals on Black Friday? Both Walmart and Amazon run Black Friday sales and are the best retailers for Black Friday and Cyber Monday shoppers in 2019.

Internet Retailer recently reported Amazon.com, Inc. as the number one US web retailer in its 2019 Top 1000, a report that ranks 1,000 top online brands and retailers in the US according to their e-commerce sales. Holiday shoppers should keep an eye on Amazon’s website as the top retailer rolls out new deals daily throughout its Black Friday sales. These are in addition to the deep discounts on thousands of items already offered by the retail giant during the popular shopping period.

According to researchers at Edison Trends, Amazon’s online sales during last year’s Thanksgiving and Black Friday rose by 25% compared to the same period in the previous year, whilst Walmart’s grew by 23%.

About Retail Fuse: Retail Fuse reports the latest retail news. As an Amazon Associate Retail Fuse earns from qualifying purchases.

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Hackers hit Amazon.com! Beware of fake deals

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Before you make your next Amazon purchase, please be aware that not everything you can buy on its site is sold or fulfilled by Amazon directly. The Amazon Marketplace is also populated with third-party sellers that sell and ship their … The post Hackers hit Amazon.com! […]

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Hackers Target Real Estate Deals

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Hackers Target Real Estate Deals

Years of hard-earned savings – gone in an instant. One family saw the down payment on their dream home stolen by a hacker.
“It’s devastating to live thru and find out your dreams have changed.”
This picturesque property was

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How higher education deals with security threats

ipad-college-class-100252892-primary.idgeParents have plenty of things to worry about when they send their kids off to college: money, physical safety, their happiness, empty-nest syndrome, their future. Do they now have to worry about identity theft and data security, too?

In a word, yes. Colleges and universities have been the target of phishing scams for years. And while they continue to get better at dealing with information security threats, the ways our institutions of higher learning defend themselves against cybercriminals are as myriad as the forms of cyberattacks they face.

As with most hackers, the motivation of these social engineering scammers has ranged from financial gain to accessing secure data and research information.

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