Yes, plaintext DNS is insane, but encrypting it has its own tradeoffs.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb emphasized the importance of getting as many people vaccinated as possible, and warned of a potentially dire spring and summer without protective immunity as new Covid variants appear across the globe.
All that counter-China stuff costs a pretty penny, y'know The Ministry of Defence's multibillion budget overrun has been caused in part because of its spending splurge on flashy new "cyber" capabilities, according to the National Audit Office.…
BT-owned broadband plumbing biz says it's 'surprised and saddened' The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has told Openreach it is to ballot members on industrial action following what it claims is the company's decision to ignore consultation and instead hire engineers on a different grade and structure.…
Trump has expressed no regret for the speech he made inciting the deadly mob that breached the Capitol building last Wednesday.
"Based on the trajectory that the Chinese are on ... this is not a decade that we can afford to lose ground," Adm. Michael Gilday said.
On "Fox & Friends," longtime host Brian Kilmeade said impeachment is "the last thing" the country needs and could further incite insurrectionists.
"If you are taking on debt that you can't afford to pay back to invest in crypto, YOU ARE A FOOL," the billionaire investor said.
Salted password hashes, addresses, phone numbers may have been exposed in cloud security snafu Networking vendor Ubiquiti has written to its customers to advise them of a possible leak of their personal information.…
An internal FBI bulletin reportedly warns that protesters are organizing more demonstrations ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
The FBI warning appears to confirm Twitter's revelation last week that Trump supporters were planning additional violent demonstrations.
NJ Congresswoman tests positive, first to blame superspreading event during riot.
"The complexity of some products and services relating to crypto assets can make it hard for consumers to understand the risks," the watchdog said.
A big risk to the outlook is if significant new stimulus is passed, which would "continue to fuel the speculative bubble in equities," Cecchini said.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has published a new safety advisory warning consumers to avoid loose 18650 lithium-ion batteries, stating that these loose cells are at risk of thermal runaway and explosion — something that could cause fires, injuries, and possibly even death. Among other things, these batteries are often used in certain kinds of vapes. The issue, according … Continue reading
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Consumers should not buy or use individual 18650 lithium-ion battery cells due to possible fire risk, according to a warning just issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). The commission says it is working with e-commerce sites like eBay to remove listings of loose 18650 cells, which are sometimes used in vapes, e-cigarettes, flashlights, and toys.
“[T]hese battery cells may have exposed metal positive and negative terminals that can short-circuit when they come into contact with metal objects, such as keys or loose change in a pocket,” the agency wrote Friday. “Once shorted, loose cells can overheat and experience thermal runaway, igniting the cell’s internal materials and forcibly expelling burning contents, resulting...
Biden said $2,000 stimulus checks would reach Americans quickly if Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff win the Georgia run-offs.
With a market value of $575 billion, bitcoin would have to surge to $146,000 to match the total private-sector investment in gold, JPMorgan said.
Wien also predicts that unemployment will fall to 5% this year and cryptocurrencies will "gain more respect" as inflation climbs.
The billionaire investor Carl Icahn told CNBC's Scott Wapner on Monday that he was "pretty well hedged right now."