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1 For nation’s birthday, Trump slams his enemies within
2 7-3-2020 Bridger Valley Pioneer legal notices
3 Record-setting DDoS. Glupteba and Lucifer. US names military-controlled Chinese firms. Superseding indictment for Assange.
4 Pulse Secure VPN vulnerability targeted with ransomware
5 Vulnerable Docker instances targeted in cryptocurrency mining campaign
6 Dutch police take down hornets' nest of DDoS botnets
7 A hacking group is hijacking Docker systems with exposed API endpoints
8 Hackers are hijacking smart building access systems to launch DDoS attacks
9 Hackers Mass-Scanning Web for Docker Platforms to Mine Cryptocurrencies
10 New Low for a Bad Patent: Patent Troll Sues Ventilator Company
11 Hazel's packets keep fruit from going bad
12 Travelex recovering from ransomware, but more firms at risk of VPN exploit
13 Hackers target Docker servers with Kinsing digital currency mining malware
14 Citrix ACD, Gateway Bug Gets Even Uglier
15 UK Fintech Firm Finastra Hit By Ransomware, Shuts Down Servers
16 Citrix Swats ADC, Gateway Bugs, SD-WAN Fix in the Wings
17 Alleged 'Satori' IoT Botnet Operator Sought Media Spotlight, Got Indicted
18 Crypto Mining Service Coinhive to Call it Quits — Krebs on Security
19 Coronavirus for kids without internet: Quarantined worksheets, learning in parking lots
20 A Chinese APT is now going after Pulse Secure and Fortinet VPN servers
21 Anonymous researcher drops vBulletin zero-day impacting tens of thousands of sites
22 Chubb Cyber Insurer Allegedly Hit By Maze Ransomware Attack
23 FBI Says State Actors Hacked US Govt Network With Pulse VPN Flaw
24 Hackers Are Securing Citrix Servers, Backdoor Them for Access
25 Are Low-Calorie Sweeteners Good or Bad for You?
26 Hackers are going after Cisco RV320/RV325 routers using a new exploit
27 Coronavirus forces online learning, but what if you can't afford the internet?
28 Cisco bungled RV320/RV325 patches, routers still exposed to hacks
29 What's the Shelf Life of a Ketchup Packet?
30 US Govt Warns of Attacks on Unpatched Pulse VPN Servers
31 Think Twice Before Deciding To Use A Personal VPN: You could be getting some really bad advice
32 Netflix and YouTube are slowing down in Europe to keep the internet from breaking
33 How coronavirus traffic affects internet speed and performance
34 Over 19,000 Orange modems are leaking WiFi credentials
35 Chinese websites have been under attack for a week via a new PHP framework bug
36 Sodinokibi ransomware ID'd as cause of Travelex business disruptions
37 Patching the Citrix ADC Bug Doesn't Mean You Weren't Hacked
38 Citrix Patches CVE-2019-19781 Flaw in Citrix ADC 11.1 and 12.0
39 How Being a Benefit Corporation Can Legally Protect a Company's Mission
40 Seattle Restaurants Pivot to Take-Out, Offer Emergen-C Packets, and More To Quell COVID-19 Fear
41 'Historic academic regression': Why homeschooling is so hard amid school closures
42 The meat supply chain is broken. Here's why shortages are likely to last during the coronavirus pandemic
43 US govt: Hacker used stolen AD credentials to ransom hospitals
44 Botnet Uses Recent vBulletin Exploit to Block Other Hackers
45 Man convicted in Milton murder seeks parole
46 Thousands of Linksys routers leaked detailed device connection records
47 The Ultimate Guide to Cooking with Instant Noodles
48 Can I get coronavirus from a package delivered from China?
49 Sodinokibi Ransomware Hits Travelex, Demands $3 Million
50 SoulCycle’s CEO Ouster Comes Amid More Digital Fitness Offerings
51 It took hackers only three days to start exploiting latest Drupal bug
52 8 Ways to Improve VoIP Call Quality
53 How Humidity Can Save or Destroy Your Weed
54 Active Scans for Apache Tomcat Ghostcat Vulnerability Detected, Patch Now
55 A Single Network Card Caused CenturyLink\'s Nationwide Outage
56 US coronavirus cases top 1 million, lawmakers urge airlines to make face masks mandatory
57 You ask, HDT answers: is my food safe after freezing?
58 Toll Group hit by ransomware a second time, deliveries affected
59 Security Bloggers Network » Thread on the OSI model is a lie Thread on the OSI model is a lie
60 Heirloom seed store digs into demand for unusual fruit, vegetable varieties
61 Coronavirus grocery shopping best practices, explained.
62 As COVID-19 pushes classes online, some students are caught in the broadband gap
63 Plastic bags are making a comeback because of COVID-19
64 Can coronavirus spread through your Amazon packages?
65 Hackers Are Targeting D-Link Home Routers: Here's How To Secure Yours
66 Your guacamole will be fresher this weekend thanks to food tech
67 Coronavirus closed this school. The kids have special needs: 'You can't Netflix them all day.'
68 How Annie’s Mac and Cheese Sold Us on ‘Healthy’ Packaged Food
69 Is seltzer water healthy? It's probably not bad for you
70 Why Network Packet Captures Should Matter to CIOs and CISOs
71 What Coronavirus Precautions Do You Really Need?
72 Pa. school districts face new pressure to start educating kids online
73 Instant Coffee: The Good And The Bad
74 Why didn’t my bread rise? 8 common baking mistakes that can cause homemade loaves to fall flat
75 Hackers Scanning for Vulnerable Microsoft Exchange Servers, Patch Now!
76 Amazon's PillPack is battling with CVS and Walgreens over getting patient prescriptions
77 Ethereum Miners May Be Exposed to a Hacker Mass-Scan Campaign
78 How long can coronavirus live on surfaces? How does it affect different ages? Plus, practical advice on fight
79 Booter Boss Interviewed in 2014 Pleads Guilty — Krebs on Security
80 Good Wi-Fi Connectivity is Essential for IoT Product Success
81 Dispersive Networks targets SD-WAN sector with its multi-path approach
82 PSA: If You Mine Ethereum, You’re a Target for Crypto Hackers
83 Citrix Releases Final Patch as Ransomware Attacks Ramp Up
84 Australia Bushfire Donors Affected by Credit Card Skimming Attack
85 4 Ways to Fix the Packet Loss Issue
86 School districts outline education plans amid coronavirus pandemic
87 Trump ends all travel from Europe to the U.S.; NBA suspends season; Penn, Temple moving all classes online for
88 This Week In Security: VPN Gateways, Attacks In The Wild, VLC, And An IP Address Caper
89 Hardin educators, staff hold reverse parade for students
90 Bonner County Daily Bee
91 Gmail, Netflix and PayPal Users Targeted In DNS Hijacking Campaign
92 Kids have been out of school since March 16. Here’s how teachers, parents say it’s going.
93 Ubly schools schedules dates for equipment return, belonging pick-up
94 COVID-19 Pandemic Closes ACPS for the Rest of the Year
95 Russia Is About to Disconnect From the Internet: What That Means
96 Ask an expert: Layer of cardboard can be used as weed barrier
97 Attackers scanning unpatched Cisco small business routers after exploit code published
98 Artificial sweeteners may make healthy people sick when paired with carbs, study says
99 The 'Bedtime Snack' for Inmates With Diabetes
100 Wait, That Scary Net Neutrality Packet-Loss Clause Isn't That Bad