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China Enforces Real-Name Policy to Regulate Online Comments

If you reside in China, your Internet life within the borders will soon be even more challenging. Last Friday, China's top Internet regulator announced a new set of rules that would force citizens to post comments using their real-world identities on Internet forums and other web platforms. Yes, you heard that right. Anonymity is about to die… Continue reading China Enforces Real-Name Policy to Regulate Online Comments

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Easy-to-Use Apps Allow Anyone to Create Android Ransomware Within Seconds

"Ransomware" threat is on the rise, and cyber criminals are making millions of dollars by victimizing as many people as they can—with WannaCry, NotPetya and LeakerLocker being the ransomware threats that made headlines recently. What's BAD? Hacker even started selling ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) kits in an attempt to spread this creepy threat more easily, so that even a non-tech user can create their own… Continue reading Easy-to-Use Apps Allow Anyone to Create Android Ransomware Within Seconds

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VMware teams up with Pivotal, Google Cloud on new container service

Pivotal Container Service (PKS) will enable customers with on-prem infrastructure to quickly deploy enterprise-grade Kubernetes. On the second day of VMworld, VMware is announcing it's partnering with Pivotal and Google on a new service that enables enterprise customers to quickly deploy enterprise-grade Kubernetes on premise with vSphere. The new service, called Pivotal Container Service (PKS),… Continue reading VMware teams up with Pivotal, Google Cloud on new container service

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Hackers snag a $1 laptop by exploiting flaw in point-of-sale systems

Missing authorization checks in point-of-sale systems let hackers manipulate the price of goods at the checkout. Security researchers have devised a way to offer steep discounts or steal goods by hacking vulnerable point-of-sale systems. The researchers at cybersecurity firm ERPScan, which has a commercial stake in the space, found that SAP's point-of-sale (POS) systems don't… Continue reading Hackers snag a $1 laptop by exploiting flaw in point-of-sale systems

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Windows Mixed Reality: Now Dell’s $350 Visor arrives at Microsoft’s VR party

Microsoft and its Windows Mixed Reality partners will soon begin selling headsets and motion-controller combinations from $399. Dell has unveiled the Visor, a Windows Mixed Reality headset that will cost $350. The Visor marks Dell's entry to the VR headset market, joining Acer, Lenovo, and HP, which have already announced headsets for considerably less than… Continue reading Windows Mixed Reality: Now Dell’s $350 Visor arrives at Microsoft’s VR party

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Sony PlayStation Social Media Accounts Hacked; Claims PSN Database Breach

After hacking social media accounts of HBO and its widely watched show Game of Thrones, a notorious group of hackers calling itself OurMine took control over the official Twitter and Facebook accounts for Sony's PlayStation Network (PSN) on Sunday. After taking over the accounts, OurMine, Saudi Arabian group of hackers which claims to be a "white hat" security… Continue reading Sony PlayStation Social Media Accounts Hacked; Claims PSN Database Breach