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Without Solidarity, There’s No Survival

I remember watching a film 25 years ago that made me realize just how at odds the struggles around environmentalism and racism could be. It was a short science-fiction film in which alien Space Traders came to the US and offered its leaders gold, cold fusion technology, and machines to clean the environment in exchange for all the Black people in America. Not surprisingly, after little debate, the US government agreed and Black people were rounded up by force and sent into space. It was a horrifying film—one you could feel in your gut that if something like that really happened, America’s response would have probably been exactly as the filmmaker portrayed. After all, the White majority has been sacrificing the dark-skinned minorities since before… Source link

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Skilled in the Art: RPX and the War on ‘Bad Patents’ + Zooming to Trial in Virginia + Can You Hear Us Now, Judge Alsup?

Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham, and I’m hoping that 85% of today’s briefing will be comprehensible. You may have to use context to fill in the rest (explanation below). Here’s what’s crossing my desk this week: This premium content is locked forLaw.com subscribers only. Subscribe Now Already have an account? Sign In NowInterested in customizing your subscription with Law.com access?Contact our Sales Professionals at 1-855-808-4530 or send an emailto groupsales@alm.com to learn more. Source link

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April Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Battles 4 Bugs Under Active Exploit – Threatpost

Microsoft issued 113 patches in a big update, unfortunately for IT staff already straining under WFH security concerns. Microsoft has released its April 2020 Patch Tuesday security updates, its first big patch update released since the work-from-home era truly got underway. It’s a doozie, with the tech giant disclosing 113 vulnerabilities. Out of these, 19 are rated as critical, and 94 are rated as important. Crucially, four of the vulnerabilities are being exploited in the wild; and two of them were previously publicly disclosed. In all, the update includes patches for Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Edge (EdgeHTML-based and the Chromium-based versions), ChakraCore, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services… Source link

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Chinese Hackers Use New Cryptojacking Tactics to Evade Detection

Chinese-speaking cybercrime group Rocke, known for operating multiple large-scale malicious crypto-mining campaigns, has now switched to new Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), including new C2 infrastructure and updated malware to evade detection. Rocke is a financially motivated threat group first spotted in April 2018 by Cisco Talos researchers while exploiting unpatched Apache Struts, Oracle WebLogic, and Adobe ColdFusion servers, and dropping cryptomining malware from attacker-controlled Gitee and GitLab repositories. During January, Palo Alto Network’s Unit 42 team found code that uninstalls multiple cloud security and monitoring products developed by Tencent Cloud and Alibaba Cloud from Linux servers, after analyzing new Rocke malware samples. Rocke’s new… Source link

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Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Hosting : The Next Booming Segment

Latest Study on Industrial Growth of Global Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Hosting Market 2019-2025. A detailed study accumulated to offer Latest insights about acute features of the Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Hosting market. The report contains different market predictions related to market size, revenue, production, CAGR, Consumption, gross margin, price, and other substantial factors. While emphasizing the key driving and restraining forces for this market, the report also offers a complete study of the future trends and developments of the market. It also examines the role of the leading market players involved in the industry including their corporate overview, financial summary and SWOT analysis. The Major Players Covered in this Report:… Source link

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Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Hosting : The Next Booming Segment

Latest Study on Industrial Growth of Global Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Hosting Market 2019-2025. A detailed study accumulated to offer Latest insights about acute features of the Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Hosting market. The report contains different market predictions related to market size, revenue, production, CAGR, Consumption, gross margin, price, and other substantial factors. While emphasizing the key driving and restraining forces for this market, the report also offers a complete study of the future trends and developments of the market. It also examines the role of the leading market players involved in the industry including their corporate overview, financial summary and SWOT analysis. The Major Players Covered in this Report:… Source link

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Web Hosting Services Market Is Booming| Namecheap, InMotion

HTF MI recently introduced Global Web Hosting Services Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2023. The market Study is segmented by key regions which is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is developing its presence and some of the key players from the complete study are Namecheap, InMotion Hosting, Hostwinds, Liquid Web, OVH, DigitalOcean, Hostwinds, CPanel, Linode, Vultr, GoDaddy, 1&1, HostGator, TMDHosting, DreamHos, Bluehost, SiteGround, A2 Hosting, etc. Request Sample of Global Web Hosting Services Market Report 2018 @: https://www.htfmarketreport.com/sample-report/1592180-global-web-hosting-services-market-3 This report studies the Global Web… Source link

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How running websites has changed in the last two decades (for an Ars IT guru)

The Pit, a BBS door game. In this shot, Lee Hutchinson was attacking these guys. Or, maybe they’re attacking him. Lee Hutchinson Ars Technica’s 20th Anniversary View more stories I was a true nerd growing up in the 1980s—not in the hipster way but in the 10-pound-issue-of-Computer-Shopper–under-my-arm way (these things were seriously huge). I was thoroughly addicted to BBSes (Bulletin Board Systems) by the time I was 10. Maybe it’s no surprise I ended up as a technical director for a science and tech site. In fact, I’d actually draw a direct line between the job of managing your own BBS (aka SysOping) to managing a modern Web infrastructure. And with everyone around Ars looking back given the site’s 20th anniversary, let’s make… Source link

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The Long Tail of ColdFusion Fail — Krebs on Security

Earlier this month, I published a story about a criminal hacking gang using Adobe ColdFusion vulnerabilities to build a botnet of hacked e-commerce sites that were milked for customer credit card data. Today’s post examines the impact that this botnet has had on several businesses, as well as the important and costly lessons these companies learned from the intrusions. Last Tuesday’s story looked at two victims; the jam and jelly maker Smucker’s, and SecurePay, a credit card processor based in Georgia. Most of the companies contacted for this story did not respond to requests for comment. The few business listed that did respond had remarkably similar stories to tell about the ordeal of trying to keep their businesses up and running in the face of such… Source link

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