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Researchers: The Indian gas company has authorized the indexing of a sensitive part of its website by Google, thus revealing more than 5 million customer records, including Aadhaar numbers.

Another security gap revealed millions of numbers of Aadhaar. This time, the Indane gas company, Indane, left part of its website for resellers and distributors, while it should only be accessible with a valid username and password. But part of… Continue Reading →

An overview of how the Enron Corpus, a public database of more than 600,000 emails that helped bring down Enron, helped artificial intelligence researchers build natural language models

During its investigation into Enron's bankruptcy in 2002, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) reviewed e-mails from the energy company: more than 600,000 messages sent by 158 employees, mostly senior executives. The missives collected – a mix of high-level… Continue Reading →

Trump will sign a decree of the American AI Initiative that will prioritize federal funding for AI, create resources for AI researchers, set standards, and so on.

Artificial intelligence may have been invented in the United States, but other countries, including China, Canada, and France, have taken greater steps to safeguard and leverage technology in recent years. President Donald Trump will seek to change this today by… Continue Reading →

The scissors jaws of an old shark restored by researchers reveal the major mysteries of a "weird" creature & # 39;

For years, a mysterious scissors shark has intrigued scientists with its strange-shaped jaw, which has caused many people to wonder how the "weird" creature's trunk works. So, a group of researchers from Idaho State University began working tirelessly to recreate… Continue Reading →

Researchers discover a flaw in e-ticketing at more than 8 airlines, including Southwest, which would allow hackers to access sensitive information by intercepting e-mails for travelers.

Written by Jeff Stone February 6, 2019 | CYBERSCOOP According to a study released Wednesday by mobile security company Wandera, at least eight airlines, including Southwest, use electronic ticketing systems that could allow hackers to access sensitive information about travelers… Continue Reading →

Pwnhead wins controversial ranking of security researchers after critics

A website evaluating security researchers based on their past achievements has decided to remove its controversial rankings after a brutal response from the information security community (infosec). The ranking, put together by the Pwnhead.com team, ranked security researchers according to… Continue Reading →

Google banned 29 apps downloaded more than 4.3 million times from the Play Store after researchers discovered that they were used to commit malicious acts, such as spreading fraudulent ads.

Enlarge / Screenshots pop-up ads displayed by malicious apps available in the Google Play Store. Trend Micro Google has banned dozens of Android apps downloaded millions of times from the official Play Store, after the researchers discovered that they were… Continue Reading →

Foxconn is reviewing projects at its $ 10 billion Wisconsin plant, and plans to hire engineers and researchers instead of the manufacturing workforce, previously promised

(Reuters) – Foxconn Technology Group is reconsidering its intention to manufacture LCD panels on a $ 10 billion campus in Wisconsin, and has announced its intention to primarily engage engineers and researchers rather than the manufacturing workforce promised by the… Continue Reading →

To truly understand the effects of screen time on our mental health, independent researchers need to get giants of technology data on how people are using their devices.

For anyone who reads this on a phone, tablet, laptop or desktop (so you know basically all of them): We need to talk about how we talk about the use of the phone. ;screen. For too long, the conversation has… Continue Reading →

Researchers say Amazon's face detection technology shows a bias

NEW YORK – According to researchers at MIT and the University of Toronto, the facial detection technologies that Amazon markets to police often misidentify women, especially those with dark skin. Advocates of privacy and civil rights have called on Amazon… Continue Reading →

Cocaine in London River makes eels "hyperactive", say researchers

Cocaine makes some eels from the famous Thames, London, are "hyperactive", according to a new study from King's College London. A team of university scientists studied sewage entering the river through nearby sewers during storms and found traces of this… Continue Reading →

Researchers say Amazon's face detection technology shows a bias

According to researchers at MIT and the University of Toronto, the facial detection technologies that Amazon markets to law enforcement often misidentify women, especially those with darker skin. Advocates of privacy and civil rights have called on Amazon to stop… Continue Reading →

Researchers use a robot to recreate the movement of a 290 million-year-old creature that existed before the dinosaurs

This undated photo provided by researchers in January 2019 shows the OroBOT, based on a fossil Orobates Pabsti. Scientists have used an old skeleton of nearly 300 million years and preserved ancient footprints to create the robotic model in motion… Continue Reading →

DNC declared in court that he was the target of a spearphishing campaign that failed after the mid-term exams; researchers: the campaign looked like Russia-related attacks

Matthew Dunwoody, a security researcher at FireEye, said the Coy Bear hackers were able to delve into a network without attracting attention. Once in, they often swap their phishing tools for hard-to-detect malware, he said. FireEye said that although Co-Bear… Continue Reading →

Researchers Reveal Gaming Vulnerability Related to Docker

On Jan. 14, the security firm CyberArk discovered a security risk on the popular Play-with-Docker site that allegedly allowed an attacker to access host system resources. CyberArk has disclosed the problem responsibly to the makers of Play-with-Docker and the problem… Continue Reading →

The challenge of Tesla piracy: researchers probe model 3

Tesla announced today that the electric car manufacturer was developing a model 3 for the Pwn2Own hacking contest to be held in March in Vancouver. This is the first time the contest has included an automotive category, and potential winnings… Continue Reading →

Researchers at the University of British Columbia develop a video game on climate change for use in the classroom

A team of researchers from the University of British Columbia is creating a video game where Vancouver high school students will discover how their individual choices can minimize the effects of climate change. The game, entitled Our Future Community, would… Continue Reading →

Researchers build a lightweight 3D printer 100 times faster than normal 3D printers

A 3D printed "M" created by researchers from the University of Michigan. A new method promises a faster and more efficient approach to 3D printing. Using two lamps, the researchers explain that the new method can create complex shapes from… Continue Reading →

Researchers: A hacking group has earned about $ 3.7 million in bitcoins since August with the Ryuk ransomware software, which only targets companies with huge resources that can sit idle for a year

A newly discovered ransomware group has raised nearly $ 4 million since August, largely by taking an unusual route in its sector: the selective installation of malicious encryption software on already infected and highly resource-laden targets . The method differs… Continue Reading →

Researchers are developing a tool to predict where Twitter users live with 92.5% accuracy using GPS data from geolocated tweets published before April 2015.

An international group of researchers has developed an algorithmic tool that uses Twitter to automatically predict where you live in minutes, with an accuracy of over 90%. It can also predict where you work, where you pray, and other information… Continue Reading →

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