Databases

Google's Chrome Browser Will Now Alert You If You Enter A Password That Hackers Have Already Stolen...

Google Chrome will now warn people if their passwords have been stolen as soon as they type them in. The new feature works by checking people's passwords against a database of compromised login credentials from past hacks and data breaches. Hackers...
Related topics: Google, Chrome, Hackers, Computer Security

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Daily Deal: The A To Z Cyber Security & It Training Bundle

The A to Z Cyber Security and IT Training Bundle has 12 courses and over 114 hours in training to get you up to speed on the latest security techniques. The courses cover ethical hacking, the Art of Exploitation, SQL injection, penetration testing,...

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Don't Pay Off Ryuk Ransomware, Warn Infoseccers: Its Creators Borked The Decryptor

Oracle DBs particularly vulnerable to fake decryptions, say researchers If you're an Oracle database user and are tempted to pay off a Ryuk ransomware infection to get your files back, for pity's sake, don't. The criminals behind it have broken...
Related topics: Oracle

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Samsung’s Galaxy S11+ Will Reportedly Feature A 5,000mah Battery

The Samsung Galaxy S11+’s battery has been spotted on the South Korean certification database, SafetyKorea, showing off that the device likely features a 5,000mAh capacity.The battery features the model number ‘EB-BG988ABY,’ which...
Related topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology

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Making Music With Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel has long been one of the most popular pieces of business software, and is used by pretty much every company on the planet to create spreadsheets, databases, charts, tables, and financial models. It also can be used to play video...
Related topics: Microsoft, Tech Videos

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With Hate Speech Becoming More Difficult To Tackle, This Startup Has Created An Ai-powered Service...

Hatebase, a Toronto-based artificial intelligence startup, has built a service that alerts companies and organizations when their users post offensive content. The startup is building a database that includes hateful words and phrases from more...
Related topics: Startup

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Distracted By Their Smartphones, Pedestrians Are Landing In The Er

THURSDAY, Dec. 5, 2019 -- Talking and texting on your smartphone is a big no-no for drivers, but new research suggests the same should be true for pedestrians. According to one database, more than 2,500 men and women went to an emergency room for...
Related topics: Mobile Technology

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Former Oracle Product Manager Says He Was Forced Out For Refusing To Deceive Customers. Now He's...

Database giant insists that ain't so, will fight lawsuit A former Oracle employee filed a lawsuit against the database giant on Tuesday claiming that he was forced out for refusing to lie about the functionality of the company's software.…
Related topics: Oracle, Lawsuits

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Aws Launches Managed Cassandra Services

Today at Amazon re:Invent, Amazon announced a new ability to manage Cassandra databases on AWS. Already used by companies as diverse as Grubhub.com, Netflix, Ooyala, Openwave, Reddit, and Uber, to manage distributed NoSQL databases, that handle...
Related topics: Amazon, Netflix, Reddit

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It's Hipp To Be Square: What Happened When Sqlite Creator Met Github

The 'Hub is not really about Git any more, says Fossil architect The mind behind the SQLite open-source database and Fossil SCM bug-tracking system had a lot to say about his recent meeting with the GitHub team.…
Related topics: Github, Open Source Software

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Millions Of Text Messages Were Carelessly Exposed By A Marketing Firm

Yet another exposed database has left public data out in the open, and this time it affects something you might use often: the systems businesses use to text you for appointments. Researchers at vpnMentor recently discovered that TrueDialog, an SMS...
Related topics: Marketing, Sms

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Amazon Ring Doorbell Camera To Build Watchlist Of "suspicious" Neighbors For Police

Amazon Ring Doorbell Camera To Build Watchlist Of "Suspicious" Neighbors For Police Authored by John Vibes via TheMindUnleashed.com, Ring, the home security system developed by Amazon, is planning to build a database of neighborhood...
Related topics: Amazon, Police

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Solved: “no Update Required” Wordpress Loop

After a core WordPress update, many users get locked out of their WordPress Dashboard, with an endless loop saying No Update Required Your WordPress database is already up-to-date!It can be distressing, but it’s easy to fix, and we’ll...
Related topics: WordPress

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See You On The Other Side, Egon: Confluent Invites Relational Devs To Dip Toe Into Kafka's Streams...

KSQL gains point-in-time queries, becomes ksqlDB Kafka-flinger Confluent has had another crack at persuading relational holdouts that stream processing isn't all that scary, by way of the SQL-like ksqlDB.…

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Ransomware Infiltrates Nypd’s Fingerprint Database, Causes System Shutdown

A ransomware infection made its way to computers running NYPD’s fingerprint database after a contractor connected to the network to set up a digital display. The incident happened in October 2018 and caused the LiveScan fingerprint tracking...
Related topics: Police

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Vistaprint Left A Customer Service Database Unprotected, Exposing Calls, Chats And Emails

A security researcher has found an exposed database on the internet belonging to online printing giant Vistaprint. Security researcher Oliver Hough discovered the unencrypted database last week. There was no password on the database, allowing anyone...

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The Register Talks To Azure Data Veep About Synapse And Sql Server

How to query the telemetry from 1 trillion queries a day You may recall that Azure SQL Data Warehouse got a blasting with the Redmond rebrandogun at the company's Ignite event earlier this month. The Reg caught up with corporate veep for Azure Data,...
Related topics: Servers

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Facebook Tested A Real Life Facial Recognition App For Employees

Facebook reportedly tested an app for employees, allowing them to identify people by simply pointing their camera on them as per a new report from Business Insider. How it worked was by drawing upon facebook’s pre-existing Facial recognition...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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T-mobile Us Hacked, Monero Wallet App Infected, Public Info Records On 1.2bn People Leak From...

...OnePlus also compromised, and much more Roundup  Time for another roundup of all the security news that's fit to print and that we haven't covered yet.…
Related topics: Hackers

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Open Aws Database Leaks Paymytab Customers’ Personal Info

The personal records of PayMyTab customers have been left exposed online due to an unsecured Amazon data storage bucket. According to cybersecurity company vpnMentor, the database was brought to its attention via Helen Foster, a partner at Davis...
Related topics: Amazon, Computer Security

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