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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- WannaCry, the biggest ransomware attack in the history, gained prominence very rapidly in the media globally after the ransomware infected more than 300,000 computers in over 150 countries within just 72 hours. Governments, Intelligence agencies and
Here's how one professor at the College of William & Mary responded in 1980 to a three-part investigation by James Comey for student newspaper The Flat Hat about the challenges of recruiting and retaining black students and faculty members: '
Former FBI Director James Comey testified today that Trump said he “hoped” he’d let the Flynn investigation go. Was that an order? Today is the biggest news day since November 9, 2016, with most of America glued to th
 Today, the former FBI director who ran afoul of President Trump appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee in its ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. It was James Comey’s
Who would have guessed that a company under investigation for chronic sexual harassment would have distributed guidelines for sex between employees before a party in Miami? According to a report in Recode, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick sent an email outli
Shortly after his dismissal as head of the FBI, James Comey authorized "a close friend" to leak the contents of his memos to the press in order to prompt a special counsel investigation, he said today. From a report: Former FBI Director James Comey t
Remember SambaCry? Two weeks ago we reported about a 7-year-old critical remote code execution vulnerability in Samba networking software (re-implementation of SMB networking protocol) that allows a remote hacker to take full control of a vulnerable
Social media networks are no doubt a quick and powerful way to share information and ideas, but not everything shared on Facebook or Twitter is true. Misinformation, or "Fake News," has emerged as a primary issue for social media platforms, seeking t
It's not hard for a well-funded state-sponsored hacking group to break into corporate networks and compromise systems with malware, but what's challenging for them is to keep that backdoor and its communication undetectable from a firewall and other
Image Source: South China Morning Post Chinese authorities have announced the arrest of around 22 distributors working as Apple distributors as part of a $7 million operation, who stole customers personal information from an internal Apple database a
A new Android-rooting malware with an ability to disable device security settings in an effort to perform malicious tasks in the background has been detected on the official Play Store. What's interesting? The app was smart enough to fool Google secu
An anonymous reader quotes the New York Times: Last week, President Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. But it will take more than one speech to pull out: Under the rules of the deal, which the Whit
As you can imagine, I was heartbroken to read yesterday that Adam West passed away at age eighty-eight. People who… As you can imagine, I was heartbroken to read yesterday that Adam West passed away at age eighty-eight. People who&helli
When coming upon a 14-foot great white shark in shallow waters, the universal response is to turn to a friend and say, as calmly as possible, "That's a f*cking white shark, dude. Holy shit." Dale Pearson and a friend saw a figure struggling in the sh
Baycloud Bouncer is a web browser extension for Firefox, Chrome, and Edge, that give you full control over online tracking. Online tracking, through the use of browser cookies or otherwise, is so common in this day and age that you are hard pressed a
I woke up this morning to see the following on our Human Utility monthly match Crowdrise campaign. It blew me away. I’m proud of our community. Y’all are awesome. THANK YOU. I then poked around to see how we got there and saw Fred
June 12, 2016 fell on a Sunday. Today, one year later, the Orlando Sentinel is looking back to, and forward from, that horrible day with a special 16-page print section and online coverage that is out in front of the paywall. Reporter Jennifer A. Mar
Bodies are weird—let's just get that fact out of the way.  Whether they're giving life, sweating, or just existing, there are more intricacies about the human body than meets the eye. With so many things going on that we've accepte