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The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU!

The export of arms to Russia despite the embargo is a disgrace to the whole EU! So far, four packages of sanctions have been approved at the EU level against Russia in response to the attack on Ukraine. What is less well known, however, is that some of the sanctions were already imposed after Russia’s […]

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North Korean Hackers Exploited Chrome Zero-Day to Target Fintech, IT, and Media Firms

Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) on Thursday disclosed that it acted to mitigate threats from two distinct government-backed attacker groups based in North Korea that exploited a recently-uncovered remote code execution flaw in the Chrome web browser. The campaigns, once again "reflective of the regime's immediate concerns and priorities," are said to have targeted U.S. based organizations

Anonymous Says It Hacked Bank of Russia, Monetary Authority Denies Claim

Anonymous Claims to Have Hacked Bank of Russia, Monetary Authority DeniesAnonymous has attacked the Central Bank of Russia (CBR), according to a post on social media. The hacking group, which vowed to hit Russian government websites after Moscow launched its military assault on Ukraine, now says it’s also targeting foreign companies still operating in Russia. Anonymous Threatens to Release Thousands of Bank of Russia Files […]

Google Chrome Zero-Day Bugs Exploited Weeks Ahead of Patch

Two separate campaigns from different threat actors targeted users with the same exploit kit for more than a month before the company fixed an RCE flaw found in February.

Pretty soon, you can rent an iPhone with monthly subscription fees

Here are the top trending news from the world of Technology 1) Pretty soon, you can rent an iPhone with monthly subscription fees If Apple has its way then you can pretty soon rent an iPhone by paying a monthly subscription fees. According to Bloomberg, Apple is seriously planning to launch a hardware subscription service [...]

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Renault Halts Russian Operations Amidst Global Boycott Threat

For the second time in as many weeks, Renault is hutting its Russian Assembly plant. TheDetroitBureau.com examines what the continuing reversals mean for the automaker.

NBA 2K22 MyTEAM: Season 5 Dynamic Ratings updated – Out of Position Packs on the way

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Godfall: Ultimate Edition coming to Xbox on April 7

Your time has come, Valorians! Godfall: Ultimate Edition marks the arrival of the epic action RPG on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. The team here at Counterplay Games can’t wait for the Xbox community to dive into this epic high fantasy playground we’ve created for you. Let’s jump in and look at some of […]

Meta board could oust Marc Andreessen over web3 investments, sources

Tech mogul Marc Andreessen is Meta's longest-serving board member. But his penchant for web3 competitors is becoming a problem.

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VR for Good Documentary ‘On The Morning You Wake’ Brings Nuclear Awareness to Quest 2

On January 13, 2018, 1.4 million people across Hawai’i received an SMS from the state’s Emergency Management Agency: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK...

Chinese APT Hackers Targeting Betting Companies in Southeast Asia

A Chinese-speaking advanced persistent threat (APT) has been linked to a new campaign targeting gambling-related companies in South East Asia, particularly Taiwan, the Philippines, and Hong Kong. Cybersecurity firm Avast dubbed the campaign Operation Dragon Castling, describing its malware arsenal as a "robust and modular toolset." The ultimate motives of the threat actor are not immediately

Tax-Season Scammers Spoof Fintechs, Including Stash, Public

Threat actors are impersonating such wildly popular personal-finance apps (which are used more than social media or streaming services) to try to fool people into giving up their credentials.

Australian Bank Drops Anti-Crypto Stance and Embraces Stablecoins

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Minted an Aussie dollar-denominated token.
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