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AsianDate gives an insight into the signs to look out for when understanding whether someone is interested in dating and ready for online romance. AsianDate, the international dating platform for […] View full post on National Cyber Security

13 Things to Talk About with a Guy to Keep Him Interested

Keeping your man interested may not be the easiest task. Here are all the juicy things you can talk about to keep his attention on you and you only. Men get bored very easily. The fact of the matter is, their attention spans wander greatly from time to time, and it can be difficult to keep them interested in you or anything you have to say. Read More….

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20 Flirty Ways to Text Your Crush to Get Them Interested

These days, the easiest way to get someone’s attention is through their phone. Here’s how you can use texting to get your crush interested in no time. The average teenager sends 3,000 texts per month, and the average person probably doesn’t deviate much from those numbers. Read More….

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UVA hackers probably interested in school’s Chinese or government connections

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A couple of weeks ago, the University of Virginia had to temporarily shut down its computer network after an attack by hackers believed to operate out of China. Little information was made available about the hack at the time, though unnamed “officials” did say that the hackers had not been able to access anybody’s personal information, nor any of the “sensitive research material” at the university. That doesn’t mean the hackers didn’t try, though.The cybersecurity firm Mandiant, which UVA hired to investigate the attack, recently concluded that the hackers’ intended targets were two specific university employees whose work is somehow connected to China (although, for obvious reasons, neither Mandiant nor the school is willing to detail exactly what sort of work those employees do). Increased hacking threats With all the recent stories about foreign hackers stealing data from various parts of the U.S. government – such as the 22 million security-clearance files stolen from the federal Office of Personnel Management – sometimes it’s easy to forget that, from the perspective of someone seeking to harm U.S. interests, government networks aren’t the only ones worth hacking. Last November, for example, security researchers from Kaspersky announced that for at least four years, […]

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