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KnowBe4 urges US institutions to take effective action to train employees before they fall victim to phishing attacks similar to those reported by NY Times Tampa
A German security expert this week said a vulnerability in a widely used wireless technology could allow hackers to gain access to cellphones remotely, causing them to send text messages or make phone calls.
A new study from the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) finds that your set-top boxes are the single largest electricity guzzler in American homes, with some home entertainment systems devouring more power than a refrigerator and even some central AC systems.
Adding to its embargo of mineral shipments to Japan, the New York Times reports that China has now also blocked some of those mineral shipments to the United States and Europe, according to three industry officials this week.
By Gelu Sulugiuc NEW YORK (Reuters) - A reporter for The New York Times came under sharp criticism in the pages of her own newspaper on Saturday, over her conduct related to a probe into the outing of a CIA operative.
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