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Google, which regularly changes the design of its search page, has put up a new image and message protesting Russias anti-gay laws as the Winter Olympic Games kick off there. The colorful rainbow logo depicts various athletes playing winter Olympic sports including skiing, hockey, curling, bobsled, ice skating, and snowboarding. Beneath those is a not-so-subtle […]

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UBISOFT Patch Uplay vulnerabilityGames developer Ubisoft announced a security patch this week for their Uplay software after admitting that a technical vulnerability has been discovered with the browser plug-in feature.The vulnerability could allow a third party to exploit Uplay service to run arbitrary and potentially malicious applications.Uplay comes bundled with a number of Ubisoft titles, […]

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The media are in a frenzy today, excitedly reporting the “biggest ever cyber-attack”. The reason? A report published today by McAfee called “Revealed: Operation Shady RAT”, explains that the security firm stumbled across logs on a server used by hackers, and ascertained that organisations and governments around the world had been targeted by malware that […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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