Hackers Breach ZoneAlarm's Forum Site — Outdated vBulletin to Blame

ZoneAlarm, an internet security software company owned by Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Technologies, has suffered a data breach exposing data of its discussion forum users, the company confirmed The Hacker News. With nearly 100 million downloads, ZoneAlarm offers antivirus software, firewall, and additional virus protection solutions to home PC users, small businesses, and mobile [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Tech, Hacking News, Cyber Security, Data Breach, Antivirus, Swati Khandelwal, Check Point, Forum Software, Hacking Forum, Check Point Technologies, VBulletin, Cyber Security Software, ZoneAlarm

Behringer 303 clones revealed: $149 street

Behringer’s analog remake of the 303 is now out in the open – a $149 (street) set of red, blue, and silver synths called the TD-3. On one hand, this might be the least exceptional of the low-cost Behringer synths, in that there are a lot of 303 remakes around already. There are boutique models, things called “Boutique” from Roland, the open-source hardware x0xb0x and its ilk (which even served as a template to open source music hardware generally), and plug-ins and software emulations galore....
Tags: Music, US, Tech, Gear, Stories, Analog, Music Tech, Roland, 80s, Korg, Steve Sims Steve Sims, Behringer, Aira, Roland TB, TB-303, TD-3

Worried About a Recession Next Year? Here’s How Marketers Can Cope (Thinks Out Loud Episode 264)

There's an old joke that says if you laid all the economists in the world end-to-end, they wouldn't reach a conclusion. That seems entirely appropriate given the current reporting on the odds of — or against — a recession next year. Just check out the variety of (educated, mind you) opinions from an array of economists listed in the show notes below. But here's the thing. Whether there's a recession or not isn't important. How you react, how you make your marketing work, in...
Tags: Google, US, Seo, Imf, Trump, Reuters, Tim Peter, Bankrate, Moody 's Analytics, Ryan Avent, The Washington Post NABE

Keychron K1 Version 3 Mechanical Keyboard Unboxing and Review

The Keychron K1 is a low profile wireless or wired keyboard giving you all the keys and function you need while keeping it compact. It is the thinnest mechanical keyboard you can buy. The K1 is designed for productivity as a typist’s dream; an ultra-thin body (18mm) and switches for a great tactile feel. Compared with other mechanical keyboards, it requires less force and uses less finger travel, which reduces finger fatigue and provides an unmatched typing comfortability. Many Mac keyboards a...
Tags: Videos, Technology, Cortana, Siri, Blogging, RGB, Keychron

A Rundown of Every Rezvani Beast To Date. What’s Your Favorite?

The Rezvani Beast is an ultra-high-performance car for track enthusiasts.Over last few years, there have been several different versions of the Beast. Aerodynamics and power-to-weight ratio are strong points of the Rezvani Beast. Founded in 2014 and based in Santa Ana, California, Rezvani Motors is the newest company to enter the boutique supercar market with the lightweight and open-top Rezvani Beast. It’s essentially an Ariel Atom or Lotus Elise wearing different clothes. The Beast joins t...
Tags: Apple, Autos, Honda, Audi, Elise, Pagani Huayra, Overview, Samir Sadikhov, Rezvani Beast, Rezvani Motors, Ferris Rezvani, Rezvani, Beast Alpha, Rezvani Beast Alpha, Alvin Reyes, Lancer GSR

How my time in the Air Force prepared me for life at Google

In 1996, I was a young senior airman at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska. We were controlling an air training mission, and had just safely led fighter jets to the training airspace. But in a split second, we got a radio call from a pilot telling us one of his engines went out. Just like that, we had to snap into action and help the plane land safely. I still get goosebumps thinking about that night of the engine outage, but taking action in that scary moment prepared me for life outside of the...
Tags: Google, Alaska, Air Force, Google Doodle, Googlers, U S Army, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Working at Google, Carla McIntosh, Pete Damon, Retired U S Army, Google Google for Startups

Talking strategy (and eating churros) with startups in Spain

This past spring, I sat with 12 fellow Googlers on beanbag chairs in the basement of Google for Startups Campus in Madrid. The area was outfitted as part conference room, part social gathering space. We took turns going around in a circle, talking about our arrival in Spain the previous day. We’d felt unsure of ourselves and of what we had to offer—but as we talked, we found ourselves getting inspired to step out of our usual comfort zones and try something new. The dozen of us had been chosen t...
Tags: Google, Southeast Asia, Entrepreneurs, Spain, Madrid, Warsaw, Carly Schwartz, Royal Palace, Google in Europe, Google for Startups, Google for Startups Campus, London Madrid Tel Aviv Seoul São Paulo, Routive, Adopta un Abuelo, Doinn, Gabriel Domínguez Routive

#TwistedTropes 13. Sod's unlucky law

Photo by Marcin Wichary on Flickr Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.This is Murphy's law but in a major plot twist, it's now also known as Sod's law - named after the poor unlucky sod who always seems to be the victim of fate (this is a British invention - Editor). If you believe in Sod's law, you end up either very philosophical about life, or very paranoid. It probably makes no difference, because you'll be just as unlucky either way. Let me set the scene:You oversleep, which ...
Tags: TV, Technology, Media, Learning, Education, Navy, Noah, Pandora, Philosophy, eLearning, Dante, Fate, Murphy, Plato, Chekhov, Hobson

Online politics needs to be cleaned up – but not just by Facebook and Twitter | Lisa-Maria Neudert and Phil Howard

Social media platforms do have a role to play, but real change requires political parties to take responsibility• Lisa-Maria Neudert and Phil Howard are on the Oxford Technology and Elections CommissionSocial media platforms wanting to help curb political disinformation on their sites are offering new ways to avoid it online. Twitter has discontinued all political ads and Facebook has new tools for content moderation. This is a good start, even if not all platforms are showing initiative, and no...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Politics, Technology, Media, Social Networking, Internet, UK News, Blogging, Digital Media, Phil Howard, Oxford Technology, General election 2019, Lisa Maria Neudert

Minimum Wage Machine

Hand crank machine allows people to experience working for minimum wage. Turning the crank yields one penny every 3.24 seconds, for $11.10 an hour, or NY state minimum wage (2018). If the participant stops turning the crank, they stop receiving money. Minimum Wage Machine designed by Blake Fall-Conroy. Also check out: Bicycle Washing Machine
Tags: Design, Tech, Ny, Minimum Wage Machine, Blake Fall Conroy

Why Photographers Need A Blog

Friends! Photographers!  If you’re driving attention to your work using nothing but social media, I’m asking you – begging you – to slam the brakes on.  Like, right NOW. Your Career May Depend Upon This   Putting all your photography on social media is not how you’re going to build up your career to where it really takes off. I speak from experience. That’s not how I did it. If I’d put all my time and energy into building a social presence, I’d be terrified right now. Absolutely wi...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, London, Pinterest, Instagram, Evernote, Blogging, Php, Quora, Darren Rowse, Facebook Twitter and Instagram, Ken Kaminesky, Nikola Lazarevic, Trustpilot, WPX

050: The Mother of All Demos

In This Episode: One person with Uncommon Sense can have a profound effect on the world. Wait until you hear the story of Doug Engelbart: he’s the visionary behind many of the technologies you use most every day. Tweet Jump to Transcript How to Subscribe and List of All Episodes Show Notes To help support ... Continue Reading
Tags: Technology, Podcasts, Heroes, Online Life, Doug Engelbart

AS HEARD ON WGIR-AM 610 – Veterans, Cybersecurity Jobs, TikTok, Apple Security and and more on NH Today WGIR-AM with Jack Heath [10-21-19]

Welcome! Shout out on this Veterans Day to all those who serve or have served in the Armed Services of the United States, US Army, US Navy, US Marine Corps, US AirForce, US Coast Guard and US Merchant Marine your service is greatly appreciated. I was on with Mr. Heath again his morning and we talked about entrepreneurship and our Veterans – World War II, Vietnam, Korea and Gulf War vets who came home and started their own businesses.  With almost 3.5 million openings in Cybersecurity, these are ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Podcast, Sem, Arizona, Vietnam, Jack, Craig, Apple Security, Clinton, Don, Greg, Gronkowski, Heath, Craig Peterson

How Salvaging Ancient Shipwrecks Might Lead us to Unveil the Mystery of Dark Matter

Shipwreck of the Mandalay. Source: NPS. In a Long Now talk on dark matter and dark energy, theoretical astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan said that “we simultaneously know quite a lot, and not a lot” about the key ingredients of our universe. What we do know is that dark energy makes up about 68% of the universe, with dark matter specifically, comprising about 27%. Dark matter is extremely pervasive but equally elusive. To date, scientists have been unsuccessful in actively detecting dark...
Tags: Science, Future, Rome, Atlantic, University College London, Nps, Priyamvada Natarajan, Natarajan, Robin George Andrews, Fernando -RSB- Gonzalez Zalba, Alan -RSB- Duffy, Perez Alvaroa, Gonzalez Zalbabc

12 Effective Search Engine Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

Updated Nov. 9, 2019 Creating a strong search engine marketing (SEM) plan requires more than sticking a few SEO articles on a website and then waiting for visitors to start rolling in. In order to ranker higher in Google searches, there are a number of key elements that businesses should incorporate into their plan, and neglecting them could hinder a project before it even gets off the ground. To learn more, we asked members of YEC Next this question: What is the most important thing to remembe...
Tags: Google, Sales, Practice, Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing, Google Keyword Planner, Small Business Owners, Jim Huffman, Angela Delmedico, Bryan Driscoll Think Big Marketing LLC, Shan Rizvi, Google Webmasters Account, Ron Lieback, Ryan Meghdies Tastic Marketing Inc, Ali Pourvasei, Kyle Wiggins Keteka

I Don’t Know What’s Going On Anymore. I Want To Give Up

Hello. I think I’m going crazy and it scares me. I’ve always had anxiety and phobias and ocd since I was young. I’ve never been properly diagnosed but it’s quite obvious. anyways, my mental health started getting bad when my cousin died. I had a existential crisis it seemed like and thought nothing mattered . I was scared of death. I slowly became a hypocandriac and became obsessive with thinking something was wrong with me. I would search online for hours and hours and cry. Anyways , fast forwa...
Tags: Google, Grief, General, Suicide, Depression, Ptsd, Anxiety, Therapy, Emdr, OCD, Health Anxiety, Grieving, Hopelessness, CBT, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID, Memory & Pereception

Pixel 4XL

I got a new Pixel 4XL phone a week ago and it took me most of the week (it was a busy one) to migrate over to it. I wrote a bit about how I’m careful about the migration last week. I like to upgrade to the new Pixel flagship phone every fall when Google tends to ship them. It generally means longer battery life, better camera, and some other nice things. Last year, we got fingerprint biometrics. This year, we got face recognition, something iOS users have had for at least a year now. ...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Trends, Pixel 4XL, Android UI

How to Make Instant Pot Applesauce by Bridget

Are you ready for the best applesauce you’ve ever eaten? Then you are ready for Instant Pot applesauce. The beauty of using an Instant Pot is that once you prep the apples, the pot does the work for you. All you do is enjoy the scent of apples wafting through your home.     I eat those little cups of applesauce fairly regularly, but this homemade applesauce has spoiled me forever. It’s so delicious that I’ve been having it—are you ready for this—for dessert! There’s no sugar in here, guys, ot...
Tags: Apple, Food, Kids, Walmart, Vegan, Vegetarian, Bridget, Homemade Ingredients

Chef Pom Chinese Cuisine By Todd Bangkok

Chef Pom Chinese Cuisine By Todd Bangkok Feast like a king at Chef Pom Chinese Cuisine by Todd in Bangkok There are many Chinese restaurants in Bangkok but not all of them are cooked by Iron Chef. This is Chef Pom Chinese Cuisine by Todd, located at Rama III in Bangkok. Chef Pom Chinese Cuisine by Todd, is a new venture of Chef Thanarak Chuto (Chef Pom) and “Todd” Piti Bhirom Bhakdi of Singha. As one of Thailand’s Iron Chefs, Chef Pom creates classic Cantonese, Hong Ko...
Tags: Travel, Google, Food, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Shanghai, Bangkok, Foie Gras, Thailand - Bangkok, Todd, BRT, Chao Phraya, Korean Fried Chicken, Rama III, POM

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