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It’s without a doubt the application of the moment on Twitter. A big hit on the social network, ToonMe can make us look like we’re characters from a Pixar movie.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Cybersecurity company Malwarebytes said on Tuesday that some of its emails were breached by the same hackers who used the software company SolarWinds to hack into a series of U.S. government agencies.
Efforts to assess the impact of a more than seven-month-old cyberespionage campaign blamed on Russia – and boot the intruders – remain in their early stages, says the cybersecurity firm that discovered the attack.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Outgoing President Donald Trump has signed an executive order aimed at thwarting foreign use of cloud computing products for malicious cyber operations against the United States, the White House said on Tuesday, Trump's last full day in office.
Parler, the free-speech social network, reappeared with a statement from its chief executive officer on Jan 18 after the website found a way around the bans that took it offline last week.
When a pro-Trump mob stormed into the US Capitol on Jan 6, rioters didn’t just smash windows and break furniture. They also pilfered at least two laptops: one from the office of Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley, another from a conference room used by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Parler, a social media website and app popular with the American far right, has partially returned online with the help of a Russian-owned technology company.
Most people in the United States know somebody – maybe a friend or acquaintance – who believes the narrative Trump pushed over the past five years.
While the abrupt halting of human activities last spring led to a record drop in global CO2 emissions, the carbon footprint of the digital world has on the contrary increased over the same period, in the face of the rise of teleworking and the mass use of streaming worldwide.
WhatsApp postponed a data-sharing change as users concerned about privacy fled the Facebook-owned messaging service and flocked to rivals Telegram and Signal.