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21Nails Vulnerabilities Impact 60% of the Internet's Email Servers (slashdot)

The maintainers of the Exim email server software have released updates today to patch a collection of 21 vulnerabilities that can allow threat actors to take over servers using both local and remote attack vectors. The Record reports: Known as 21Nails, the vulnerabilities were discovered by security firm Qualys. The bugs impact Exim, a type of email server known as a mail transfer agent (MTA) that helps email traffic travel across the internet and reach its intended destinations. While there ar...
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21Nails Vulnerabilities Impact 60% of the Internet's Email Servers

The maintainers of the Exim email server software have released updates today to patch a collection of 21 vulnerabilities that can allow threat actors to take over servers using both local and remote attack vectors. The Record reports: Known as 21Nails, the vulnerabilities were discovered by security firm Qualys. The bugs impact Exim, a type of email server known as a mail transfer agent (MTA) that helps email traffic travel across the internet and reach its intended destinations. While there ar...
Tags: Tech, Mta, EXIM


New Luth-AR Modular Trigger Assembly

Triggers for AR15 rifles: a simple yet so complex subject with as many opinions as there are people. Luth-AR now has a new single-stage drop-in trigger which is said to give a crisp, clean trigger break at around 3.5 lb. The drop-in functionality is something I really appreciate when building a rifle, as it saves […] Read More … The post New Luth-AR Modular Trigger Assembly appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Mta, Daily News, LUTH, Product Announcement, LUTH-AR, Drop-in Trigger, AR Patterned, Modular Trigger Assembly, New Luth AR Modular Trigger Assembly


Insider finance: What it's like working for David Solomon

Drew Angerer/Getty Images Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I'm Dan DeFrancesco, and here's what's on the agenda today:Insiders describe what it's really like to work for Goldman Sachs' David Solomon. We mapped out 19 of the top up-and-coming analysts in equity research. M&T Bank executives detail their push to hire 1,000 technologists in the bank's new Buffalo tech hub. If you're not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here to get your daily dose of th...
Tags: Apple, UK, London, US, Trends, Austin, Mta, Ubs, Jp Morgan, Deutsche Bank, SEC, Goldman Sachs, Buffalo, Goldman, Oracle, Venrock


My New Metrocard

For years, one of my prized possessions has been my MTA EasyPayXpress Metrocard. It’s a little worn down from a lot of use because it auto refills itself. It is a Metrocard that is connected to a “card on file” and it automatically refills itself so that it always has money on it and you never miss a train because your Metrocard has run out of funds. I’ve had one of these for something like twenty years. And yet many NYers don’t know that this product exists. But last week, I realize...
Tags: Apple, NYC, Trends, Mta, Albert Wenger, Metrocard, Google Pay


Metro board increases police contracts, promises funding for alternatives

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Thursday, March 26, unanimously voted to increase law enforcement contracts with the Los Angeles and Long Beach police departments and L.A. County Sheriff’s Department, but the total amount increased was $75 million less than initially requested. The board voted to amend the law enforcement contracts to increase funding by $36 million, instead of the $111 million requested, with L.A. Metro CEO Phillip Washington or his designee resp...
Tags: News, Washington, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mta, Long Beach, Community, Lapd, Eric Garcetti, Public Safety, Metro, Garcetti, Los Angeles Unified School District, Mike Bonin


Burger King eats, then deletes, its words on International Women's Day: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Freshly grilled Burger King’s latest attempt at cheeky, irreverent humor backfired when a tweet on International Women’s Day leaned too far into everyday sexism. The now-deleted provocative line “Women belong in the kitchen” was meant to sp...
Tags: Google, New York City, Advertising, Atlantic, Britain, NHS, Mta, Diana, Pfizer, Oprah Winfrey, Burger King, Oprah, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Iab, Johnson Johnson


MTA Expanding NYC Subway Nighttime Operating Hours

New York City’s subways will run for two more hours every day starting later this month, and the nightly system shutdown for cleaning will be reduced as part of a phased reopening.
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NYC transit heads want triple the number of extra cops in subways after A-train rampage

The MTA is asking for 1,500 additional cops to be assigned to the city’s beleaguered transit system — triple the number the NYPD said it...
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MTA Brings Celebrity Voices to NYC Transit Announcements

Riders on New York City subways and buses are getting an earful, thanks to some hometown voices.
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The New York City MTA sparked backlash for saying it removed benches from subway stations to 'prevent the homeless from sleeping on them'

An R subway train arrives in a virtually empty Fifth Avenue station near Central Park on November 16, 2020 in New York City. Gary Hershorn/Getty Images The New York City MTA said on Twitter it removed benches from stations "to prevent the homeless from sleeping on them." The since-deleted tweet sparked an immediate backlash from thousands of people on Twitter. A spokesperson for the MTA said the tweet "was posted in error." Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. The Metrop...
Tags: Transportation, New York, News, New York City, City, Trends, Mta, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Jeremy, Fifth Avenue, Andrew Cuomo, New York Subway, Central Park, Gothamist, Dean


MTA worker, second NY man with bomb-making files identified as Proud Boys, face new Capitol conspiracy charges

Two men from New York, newly identified by the Justice Department as members of the Proud Boys, were slapped with additional conspiracy...
Tags: New York, Mta, Justice Department, Proud Boys


MTA worker who attended Capitol riot ID'd as Proud Boy, faces conspiracy charge: DOJ

The MTA worker arrested this month for his part in the Jan. 6 storming of the US Capitol is a member of the Proud Boys, federal...
Tags: Mta, Doj, Capitol, US Capitol, Proud Boys


$7 million goes to improvements at two Metro stations in the heart of Hollywood

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell said Friday the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board’s approval of $7 million for improvements to a pair of Hollywood transit stations is a “major step forward” to improve safety and accessibility to the Hollywood Boulevard corridor. “Part of the work of making the Walk of Fame a world-class corridor and experience means enhanced connectivity to the multiple transit and active transportation options in the heart of Hollywood,” O’Fa...
Tags: Transportation, Business, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mta, Local News, Walk Of Fame, Metro, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood Highland, Sheila Kuehl


LA Metro to spend $24 million to restore transit services cut by COVID-19

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted Thursday to reallocate about $24 million to restore transit service that was cut at the beginning of the pandemic. “Restoring service to our riders — many of whom are essential workers — is simply the right thing to do,” Supervisor Janice Hahn said in a Twitter post. The $24.3 million will be taken from the “Capital State of Good Repair” and “Other Operational Needs” categories and used to restore...
Tags: Transportation, Politics, News, La, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mta, Long Beach, Metro, Pomona, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles City, Hahn, Hilda Solis


New York City bus crashes off overpass; passengers left dangling

NEW YORK (AP) — An articulated bus dramatically plunged off an overpass in New York City, leaving the front half hanging from a highway ramp. The driver was seriously injured in the crash just after 11 p.m. Thursday at an interchange of the Cross Bronx and Major Deegan expressways, a mile east of the George Washington Bridge. Seven passengers suffered minor injuries, fire officials said. They were taken to hospitals. No other vehicles were involved. One part of the bus — essentially two buses c...
Tags: New York, News, Accidents, New York City, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Mta, Bronx, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Deegan, Steven Moore, National News, Patrick Warren, Cross Bronx, Paul Hopper


At least 7 injured after MTA bus goes over rail at Bronx intersection: Officials

At least seven people suffered non-life threatening injuries after an MTA bus went over a rail at a Bronx intersection to the ground below.
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At least seven injured after New York City bus plunges off overpass

At least seven people have been hospitalized after a tandem MTA bus veered off the road and plunged over an overpass in the Bronx around...
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New York City Subway Now Supports Tap-To-Pay At All Stations

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Thursday that it had completed the rollout of tap-to-pay scanners at all subway stations and on all of its buses throughout the city. From a report: The MTA has been installing the system, called OMNY, since May 2019 as part of a modernization effort to phase out the plastic MetroCards that have been in use since the '90s. The new tap-to-pay system is available at 472 stations and on 5,800 buses in total, the MTA said. [...] For now, you need a...
Tags: New York City, Tech, Mta, Nfc, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, OMNY


NYC MTA’s contactless fare system completes rollout, will phase out MetroCard in 2023

On the last day of 2020, New York City’s Metro Transit Authority announced that it has finished its roll out of contactless payment systems. With the addition of a final stop in Brooklyn, every MTA subway station and bus in the five boroughs now sports the OMNY “Tap and Go” system. We got an early demo of the Grand Central terminals when the project rollout began last May. The system involves a major infrastructure overhaul as the transit authority looks beyond the iconic Metro Card to mobile pa...
Tags: Apple, Google, Transportation, Apps, NYC, Subway, Samsung, Tech, Brooklyn, Mta, Fitbit, NYC MTA, Apple Google Samsung, Metro Card, OMNY, COVID


United States: USPTO Provides Analysis On The Impact Of The PTAB's Motion To Amend Pilot Program - Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC

The USPTO recently issued comments concerning the impact of the PTAB's motion to amend ("MTA") pilot program on AIA trials.
Tags: News, United States, Mta, Uspto, Rooney, AIA, PTAB


Adweek’s OOH Impact Grand Prix Winners on the Keys to Successful Campaigns

In January, just prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, two notable out-of-home campaigns debuted in New York. Comedy Central and the MTA tapped actress Awkwafina to take over as the 7 train announcer to promote the new series Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens. Australia-based agency Cummins&Partners debuted Koalas of NYC, placing plush koalas throughout the city...
Tags: New York, Advertising, Outdoor, Mta, Adweek, Nora, Awkwafina, Cummins Partners, Queens Australia


L.A. Metro extends comment period on North Hollywood to Pasadena route

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is extending to Dec. 28 the public comment period for the North Hollywood to Pasadena Bus Rapid Transit Corridor Project. Metro officials said staff extended the public comment period because the original public comment period fell within the 2020 election and the start of the holiday period, and they want to allow stakeholders more time to learn about and weigh in on the project. Metro released its draft environmental impact report on...
Tags: Transportation, News, Sport, Soccer, Mta, Pasadena, Metro, San Fernando, San Gabriel, North Hollywood, Bus Rapid Transit, Top Stories LADN, Burbank Glendale, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories PSN, North Hollywood Metro


Coronavirus cleaning: Is wiping down groceries still a thing?

By CANDICE CHOI | Associated Press NEW YORK — Cleaning wipes are harder to find on store shelves, and businesses are reassuring customers with stepped up sanitation measures. In New York, the subway system is shut down nightly for disinfecting. To avoid any traces of the coronavirus that might be lurking on surfaces, Americans have been wiping down groceries, wearing surgical gloves when they go out and leaving mail packages out for an extra day or two. But experts say the national fixation on s...
Tags: New York, News, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Mta, Athens, Goldman, John Brooks, Oklahoma City, Morse, Clorox Co, Dowd, Jae


MTA's proposed 40 percent doomsday service cuts could start in May 2021

The MTA’s proposed doomsday cuts won’t go into effect until next May if enacted — and would still leave the agency billions in the red,...
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THIS WILL DEFINITELY GIVE HIM AN EDGE IN SECURING A PARKING SPACE

NYC man shoots flamethrower from top of MTA bus in Brooklyn (Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)
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How the Iconic Colors of the New York City Subway System Were Invented: See the 1930 Color Chart Created by Architect Squire J. Vickers

There may be no more welcome sight to a New Yorker than their own Pantone-colored circle on an arriving subway train. (Provided it’s also the right train number or letter; is making local stops (or express stops); has not been rerouted due to track work, death or injury, etc.) The psychological effect is not unlike a preschooler spotting her brightly-colored cubby at the end of a long day. Therein lies the comforting lovey—screen time, climate control, maybe a nap in a window seat on the way ho...
Tags: Google, New York, Design, College, Washington, New York City, History, Mta, Manhattan, Massimo Vignelli, Facebook Twitter, Shaw, Vickers, Josh Jones, New York Transit Museum, Paul Shaw


Documentary on NYC's new real-time interactive subway map

"The Map" looks at the history of the famed MTA subway map in New York City and describes their process in creating a live map that shows train locations, temporary reroutes, and other real-time updates. I was very pleased to see the clip from The Warriors, because that is what I think of when I ponder Massimo Vignelli's amazing and controversial 1972 design. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Maps, Design, News, New York City, Transit, Mta, Massimo Vignelli


Metro Micro: Transit board approves $1 fares, first service areas for ride-hailing program

The fare structure and first service areas for the three-year MicroTransit Pilot Project, a ride-hailing program that will be operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, has been blessed by the MTA board. Metro Micro will offer on-demand, shared ride service for short trips within designated service zones in Los Angeles County at an introductory rate of $1 per ride (transfer not included) for the first six months. “It’s our job to provide Angelenos with affordable and accessible ways ...
Tags: Transportation, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mta, Eric Garcetti, Metro, Los Angeles County, CRENSHAW, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Redondo Beach, Metro Board, Metro Green Line, LA Metro, Top Stories LADN


Uber alternative: Metro to offer on-demand ride-sharing service at $1 per ride

The fare structure and first service areas for the three-year MicroTransit Pilot Project, a ride-hailing program that will be operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, has been blessed by the MTA board. Metro Micro will offer on-demand, shared ride service for short trips within designated service zones in Los Angeles County at an introductory rate of $1 per ride (transfer not included) for the first six months. “It’s our job to provide Angelenos with affordable and accessible ways ...
Tags: Transportation, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Mta, Eric Garcetti, Metro, Los Angeles County, CRENSHAW, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Redondo Beach, Metro Board, Metro Green Line, LA Metro, Top Stories LADN