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Self-driving venture Waymo has been given permission by California authorities to transport people in its robotaxis. According to TechCrunch, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) gave Waymo the green light this week, issuing a permit that will allow the company to participate in the state's Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Service pilot. This means that Waymo...
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Hitman 2 has had its share of unusual updates and events, but its latest may be particularly appealing if you're music-minded. IO Interactive has outlined a July roadmap with a string of music-themed activities, most notably the "I'm With the Band" Challenge Pack arriving on July 11th. Finish five band-related tasks on the Santa Fortuna map and you'll unlock a violin --...
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Updated YouTube, under fire since inception for building a business on other people's copyrights and in recent years for its vacillating policies on irredeemable content, recently decided it no longer wants to host instructional hacking videos. The written policy first appears in the Internet Wayback Machine's archive of web history in an April 5, 2019 snapshot. It forbids:...
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The security expert Barak Tawily demonstrated that opening an HTML file on Firefox could allow attackers to steal files stored on a victim’s computer due to a 17-year-old known bug in the browser. The researcher published the details of the attack through TheHackerNews website and demonstrated that his technique works against the latest version of Firefox. “Barak Tawily, an...
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A Georgia state agency confirmed that a cyberattack has brought offline some court websites. According to local media, hackers infected the systems of the Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts with ransomware,“News outlets report hackers demanding a ransom infected computers with malware at the Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts.” reported the Associated Press. “Agency...
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The government of Singapore has announced its third bug bounty program aimed at assessing the level of security implemented for government systems exposed online.The bug bounty program sees the involvement of the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and the Government Technology Agency of Singapore (GovTech).Like previous programs, this bug bounty initiative program will be operated through...