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Hackers working for profit and espionage have long threatened American information systems. But in the last six months, they’ve targeted companies running operational networks like the Colonial Pipeline fuel system, with greater persistence.
Burglar escapes upscale Hong Kong flat with HK$2.7 million in valuables, cash after struggle with female tenant
Suspect accessed fourth floor Mid-Levels flat by scaling a drain pipe then climbing through a toilet window as an accomplice kept watch, police sayThe 48-year-old woman who lived there was awoken by the sounds of the upscale flat being ransacked
Suspects had been looking for burglary targets in Sau Mau Ping’s On Tat Estate when they arrived at the 12-year-old girl’s doorAfter searching CCTV footage, officers arrested woman, 38, on Sunday while man, 47, picked up on Tuesday
A top Biden administration official says the government is undertaking a new effort to help electric utilities, water districts and other critical industries protect against potentially damaging cyberattacks.
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MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian trial testing the effectiveness of revaccination with the Sputnik V shot to protect against new mutations of the coronavirus is producing strong results, researchers said on Saturday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Vaccines from AstraZeneca, Russia's Gamaleya Institute and Johnson & Johnson fight the coronavirus with another virus, leaving scientists concerned the shots may lose potency if annual inoculations become necessary to fight new variants. So-called viral vector shots - also used by several Chinese COVID-19 vaccine developers - use harmless modified viruses as vehicles, or vectors, to carry genetic information that helps the body build immunity against future infections. However, there is a risk that the body also develops immunity to the vector itself, recognising it as an intruder and trying to destroy it.
Municipal water and other systems have the potential to be easy targets for hackers because local governments’ computer infrastructure tends to be underfunded.
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