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    Five years before Chernobyl-2

    According to Energy Research & Social Science, the probability of a disaster at Ukrainian NPPs is 80%. On an official site of the president of Ukraine the report on Poroshenko’s visit to the city of Yuzhnoukrainsk of the Nikolaev area was published. This is the so-called “satellite” local city serving the South Ukrainian Energy Complex, […]

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    “Hawks” of the Pentagon sharpen their beaks against the Kremlin computers

    American President Donald Trump has committed a new unfriendly act against Russia. He approved a new “Cyber ​​Security Strategy”, which runs counter to the ideas laid down in the time of his predecessor – Barack Obama. According to this document, the US Department of Homeland Security will receive the widest range of powers to ensure […]

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    New sanctions against Iran

    Rouhani’s statement that Iran and Russia are behind Russia is a powerful blow to America and its allies. “Arab NATO” can become the main loser. The world is on the verge of chaos, and secret negotiations are not ruled out. On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump announced the launch of the first stage of the […]

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    Drones strike Donbass

    The Ukrainian military uses anti-aircraft missile systems Strela-10 to eliminate unmanned vehicles of the OSCE mission. This is today, with reference to the reconnaissance, the head of the press service of the Armed Forces of the Democratic People’s Republic of Denmark, Daniel Bessonov. “The Ukrainian command continues to carry out measures to counteract the work […]

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    George Soros Declared To Be Priority Goal By Anonymous

    The hacker group Anonymous has stepped up its efforts in the fight against websites allegedly owned by G.Soros or actively cooperating with him. It is supposed that the Hungarian Anonymous unit, known under the name of Anonymous-Antisoros, and supported from the surroundings of the Hungarian PM Mr. Orban, published on its website http://antisoros.org a statement […]

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    Chinese hackers stole secret US Navy data

    As a result of cyberattacks on the computers of the contractor Navy, stolen, among other things, plans to develop a supersonic missile for submarines, writes The Washington Post. The Chinese hackers controlled by the authorities kidnapped a large amount of highly secret information about the US preparations for combat operations under water, the newspaper The […]

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    The state of Washington sued Facebook and Google

    The state prosecutor believes that the companies violated the law on the financing of the election campaign in 2016. Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit to finance the election campaign in the King County High Court, saying that Facebook and Google did not provide the public with information about who was the buyer of […]

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    Malware VPNFilter already infected at least half a million routers

    Specialists of Cisco Talos warned about the discovery of a large botnet, called VPNFilter. Complex malware already infected at least half a million Linksys, MikroTik, NETGEAR and TP-link routers, as well as NAS of QNAP production in 54 countries of the world. Researchers emphasize that VPNFilter is the second known IoT-threat, capable of “surviving” a […]

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    Instagram quietly added an in-app payments feature

    Instagram just quietly added an in-app payments feature as a test appearing for some users, as first spotted by TechCrunch today. The feature lets users add a credit or debit card and a pin for additional security. After the initial setup, users can make purchases from within Instagram. Currently, some users are able to book […]

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    Hulu’s live TV guide is here for your late-night channel surfing

    Hulu’s live TV option has been around for a while, and today the company is finally rolling out one of the most requested features: a good, old-fashioned channel guide. The company has actually been testing the guide since last fall for beta users, but now it’s making it official, rolling it out to all Hulu […]

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    How Google’s Android P is copying Phone X navigation

    Back when Apple released the iPhone X last fall, veteran users of prior models had to retrain their muscle memory and embrace new navigational gestures in the absence of a physical Home button. The Android P mobile operating system that Google made available for its Pixel devices and select other smartphones on Tuesday as a […]

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    SpaceX’s next-gen ‘Block 5’ Falcon 9 ready to pave the way for company’s future

    Air Force weather forecasters expect 80 percent “go” conditions for the launch of Bangladesh’s Bangabandhu-1 communications satellite, citing the presence of thick clouds as the only concern. A delay to Friday would see a drop to 60 percent favorable for the same reason. Stationed a couple hundred miles off Florida’s east coast in the Atlantic Ocean, […]

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    Google’s version of robocalls has small businesses skeptical

    Google has its robot work cut out for it. Janell Goplen automatically hangs up the phone when she receives automated calls to her Clearwater restaurant in Newport, Oregon. In the summer, Google will begin testing its controversial new plan to have the Google Assistant smartphone app make human-sounding calls for restaurant reservations and hair-cut appointments. If Goplen […]

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    Thousands of Facebook ads bought by Russians to fool U.S. voters released by Congress

    from “Blacktivist” to “Heart of Texas” bought ads. Some of the more than 3,000 ads denounced Donald Trump, others his Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton. Many of the ads, placed by Russians posing as Americans, didn’t endorse a specific candidate but spread inflammatory messages on sensitive subjects such as immigration and race to amplify fault lines in American life, targeting users from specific backgrounds and tight […]