Secret Code Is Recording Every Keystroke You Make On More Than 400 Of The Most Popular Websites On The Internet

 By Michael Snyder, on November 21st, 2017 If someone secretly installed software on your computer that recorded every single keystroke that you made, would you be alarmed?  Of course you would be, and that is essentially what is taking place on more than 400 of the most popular websites on the entire Internet.  For a…

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Iran Threatens Ballistic Missile Strikes on American Forces, Can Hit ‘All U.S. Bases’

Iran beefs up missile program as U.S. targets rocket research SHARE TWEET EMAIL Getty Images BY: Adam Kredo October 31, 2017 11:40 am A top Iranian military commander has threatened to launch ballistic missile attacks on U.S. forces in the region amid a public effort by the Islamic Republic to show off its advanced missile capabilities,…

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China U.S. Buying Spree Prompts Move to Toughen Deal Reviews

By David McLaughlin , Saleha Mohsin , and Billy House 26. Oktober 2017, 03:52 MESZ 26. Oktober 2017, 13:55 MESZ Cornyn, Pittenger said to propose legislation in coming days Bill follows Chinese deals for American technology firms A rising tide of Chinese dealmaking in the U.S. is spurring Congress to propose tighter measures to restrict investments…

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HRH the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Announces: NEOM – the Destination for the Future

NEWS PROVIDED BY Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia  Oct 24, 2017, 06:18   RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, October 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — NEOM incorporates the new way of life and the strategic crossroads in trade, innovation, and technology with livability at its core NEOM aspires to be the safest, most efficient, most future-oriented, and best place to live and work NEOM is…

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A Russian submarine’s recent antics have revived a Cold War fear

The High-Tech Hunt for Russian Submarines THE Russian submarine did exactly what it was built to do. And that’s what has NATO worried. The diesel-engined attack submarine Krasnodar crept through the blue waters of the Mediterranean towards the Black Sea. This was to become its new home. But, on the way, it had a mission…

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The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More.

By DAVID E. SANGER, DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and NICOLE PERLROTHOCT. 15, 2017 Photo A military officer who teaches computer science at the Mangyongdae Revolutionary School, on the outskirts of Pyongyang, North Korea. CreditAlexander F. Yuan/Associated Press When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 billion from the New York Federal Reserve last year, only a spelling error stopped them. They…

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Report: North Korean Hackers Targeted U.S. Power Grid

Science Photo Library/ABO/AFP by JOHN HAYWARD11 Oct 201720 According to a new report from security firm FireEye, “actors likely affiliated with the North Korean government” have attempted to hack American electric companies, in what appears to be “early-stage reconnaissance” for a possible future cyber attack. FireEye’s analysis states that any such large-scale attack “might take months to…

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How Vulnerable Is The Electrical Grid?

by Tyler Durden Oct 10, 2017 10:40 PM 21 SHARES TwitterFacebookReddit Authored by Kurt Cobb via OilPrice.com, When the electricity stops in modern civilization, pretty much everything else stops. Not even gasoline-powered vehicles can get far before they are obliged to seek a fill-up – which they cannot get because gas pumps rely on electricity to…

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