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Microsoft closes Windows LSA hole under active attack • The Register

Microsoft has fixed 74 security flaws in its batch of May Patch Tuesday updates. This represents seven critical bugs, 66 rated important and one rated low severity. According to Redmond, at least one of the disclosed vulnerabilities is under active attack with public exploit code, while two others are listed as having public exploit code. […]

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RealClimate: the problem of modern demarcation

Defining (and enforcing) a clear line between information and misinformation is impossible, but that does not mean that misinformation does not exist or that there is nothing to be done to combat it. I got caught up in a series of “interesting” exchanges on Twitter a few weeks ago (I won’t link to save you […]

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Tony Stark’s Iron God Persona Is Proof That Comics’ Worst Trope Is Right

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Iron Man #16 and Iron Man #17, now on sale from Marvel Comics Power is fun. Too much power, though? It gets boring. Such is the situation Iron Man faces these days in the pages of his own title. To defeat Korvac in Iron Man #16 by Christopher […]

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Determining the ABV of top-rated cartoon beers

“I would kill everyone in this room for a drop of sweet beer.” That’s what Homer Simpson whispered to himself at a Tupperware party hosted by his hateful sisters-in-law, Patty and Selma. Normally, Homer would have survived such an occasion by drowning himself in Duff, but this particular party took place right after he failed […]

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Charles Entenmann, who helped expand the family bakery, has died

BAY SHORE, NY (AP) — Charles Edward Entenmann, who helped turn the New York family bakery into a national brand, has died in Florida at age 92. Entenmann died Feb. 24 in Hialeah, his son, Charles William Entenmann, told Newsday. Charles E. Entenmann was a grandson of William Entenmann, a German immigrant who founded a […]

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Cold Fusion — A Science Fair Project | by Patrick Pallagi | data-driven fiction | January 2022

Rendered image of the Ringer’s Arc and Spiderman reactors There’s a great Audi ad where Spiderman goes to a science fair. When he and his friend Ned arrive, they realize they are up against some very serious competition. A simple electric motor they built might not be worth the judges’ time, so they decided to […]

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Bob Saget and open source license compliance

One-time open source licenses amuse developers, but they create additional work for legal teams overseeing a company’s intellectual property. Several of my open source friends had the same reaction when they learned of Bob Saget’s death. Sadly, the actor/comedian passed away last week at a relatively young age, and with it went an increment of […]

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Guerrilla RF and Adobe partner to deliver website enhancements, dramatically reducing development operations cycle times

GREENSBORO, NC–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Guerrilla RF (GRF) today announced that it has entered into a collaboration with Adobe to deploy its award-winning web application development platform, ColdFusion, within the Guerrilla RF web development workflow. By deploying Adobe’s ColdFusion solutions, Guerrilla RF was able to significantly reduce the development time associated with building and optimizing traditional websites. In […]

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How to lie up to $ 34 billion [Nikola Motors Fraud] – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88fWUZhYb04 Oakland News Now – How to lie up to $ 34 billion [Nikola Motors Fraud] – video produced by the YouTube channel with the logo at the top left of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Trevor Milton took the phrase “pretend until you do” […]

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Our Quick Guide to Marvel’s “Legends of Tomorrow” Episodes

Oct 19, 2021 Daniel Tynski DC’s “Legends of Tomorrow” is a CW staple of action and adventure based on the DC comic characters Arrow and The Flash, along with many others in the “Arrowverse.” Rip Hunter — the main character of the series portrayed by Arthur Darvill — fights the evils of the organization that […]

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Looking to the Past to Secure America’s Clean Energy Future

When I was growing up, some American rivers and lakes were on fire. After decades of happy innocence fueled by growing consumerism, these images on the evening news were a wake-up call that inspired neighbors, communities and the country to come together and find solutions to improve the planet for future generations. In less than […]

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Attackers use old Windows ColdFusion server to spread Cring ransomware

The old is sometimes not gold, especially when it comes to old versions of ColdFusion running on versions of Windows that have reached end of life, as the global company demonstrated. Sophos security through its research on a server that was taken over by strangers. actors using Cring ransomware. Andrew Brandt, Senior Researcher at SophosLabs, […]

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Microsoft’s Late Summer Software Security Cleanup Fixes Over 80 Bugs • The Register

Tuesday patch For its September Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released fixes for 66 vulnerabilities as well as 20 Chromium security bugs in Microsoft Edge. Affected products include: Azure, Edge (Android, Chromium, and iOS), Office, SharePoint Server, Windows, Windows DNS, and Windows Subsystem for Linux. Of these CVE, three are rated critical, one is rated moderate, and […]

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MIT announces ‘major breakthrough’ in fusion power

“This is truly a watershed moment, I believe, in fusion science and technology.” Mega Magnet A team of scientists from MIT said they have successfully removed what may be the biggest technological hurdle between us, the power of practical nuclear fusion. The researchers succeeded in obtaining a new superconducting electromagnet to generate a magnetic field […]

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Research and development scientist presents cold nuclear fusion as a solution to climate change in new book

FAIRFAX, Virginia (PRWEB) August 11, 2021 When introduced in 1989, cold nuclear fusion offered a promising prospect for sustainable energy production. While unsuccessful attempts to replicate the original experiment and other short-sighted skepticism led much of the scientific community to prematurely abandon further research, others continued to study cold nuclear fusion as a source of […]

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Losing Ponzi schemes meet cold fusion

In 1989, Dr. Stanley Pons and Dr. Martin Fleischmann “discovered” cold fusion – the ability to produce essentially free and unlimited energy. Pons and Fleishmann became overnight celebrities. Part of the drama of the story was two, upstart chemists revolutionizing the stuffy field of physics. It was, according to the New York Times, a David […]

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Loss-making Ponzi schemes meet cold fusion

In 1989, Dr Stanley Pons and Dr Martin Fleischmann “discovered” cold fusion – the ability to essentially produce free, unlimited energy. Pons and Fleishmann became celebrities overnight. Part of the drama of the story was two, upstart chemists revolutionizing the staid field of physics. It was, according to the New York Times, a story of […]

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West Seattle Blog… | New Technology-Based Scooter Parking Hubs in West Seattle as City Adds Fourth Supplier, Spin

The city today announced the addition of a fourth scooter supplier, Twirl (pending final authorization). The same announcement trumpets an ongoing pilot program in West Seattle requiring scooter and bicycle renters to park at designated “hubs.” They are shown on the map above. Of the announcement: We are testing a new strategy to improve parking […]

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500 days of COVID

I realize that I haven’t written much about COVID-45. This blog is generally about the weird and interesting little features of infectious diseases. While this is a disaster, there hasn’t been much about COVID that’s been so strange or interesting to write about. Literature / science has changed so quickly that most entries would be […]

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Chinese “artificial sun” sets world record for longest time fusion at plasma temperature

China’s “artificial sun” fusion tokamak just broke the world record for the longest period of time reaching a plasma temperature, maintaining an intense temperature of 120 million degrees Celsius (216 million degrees Fahrenheit) for 101 seconds , as well as a whopping 160 million degrees Celsius. for 20 seconds. Although nuclear fusion reactors are still […]

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Intrusion Truth details work of suspected Chinese hackers indicted in US

Written by Sean Lyngaas May 6, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP Intrusion Truth, a mysterious group known for exposing alleged Chinese cyber-espionage operations, released a new investigation on Thursday that tracked front companies allegedly used by two Chinese men indicted by a US grand jury last year. The findings highlight a dynamic that U.S. law enforcement officials […]

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Navy Labs to reopen once taboo cold nuclear fusion case

Researchers from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division have reopened the case on low-energy nuclear reactions, or LENR, largely unexplained phenomena that lie at the heart of “cold fusion” theories. Five different government-funded laboratories under the control of the US Navy, the US Army and the National Institutes of Standards and Technology will […]

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Characterization of cold fusion in 2D models – sciencedaily

Advances towards “cold fusion”, where nuclear fusion can occur at temperatures close to room temperature, have stalled for decades. However, a growing number of studies now propose that the reaction could be started more easily by a mechanism involving muons – elementary particles with the same charge as electrons, but with around 200 times their […]

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Red Team FireEye tools stolen in cyber attack

FireEye urges organizations to take precautions after suspected nation-state hackers raped the security provider and stole its Red Team tools. the massive cyber attack, which FireEye revealed on Tuesday, was perpetrated by “a nation with outstanding offensive capabilities,” CEO Kevin Mandia wrote in a blog post. As part of the cyberattack, tools from the FireEye […]

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Red Team FireEye tools stolen in cyberattack

FireEye urges organizations to take precautions after suspected nation-state hackers raped the security provider and stole its Red Team tools. The massive cyber attack, which FireEye revealed on Tuesday, was perpetrated by “a nation with leading offensive capabilities,” CEO Kevin Mandia wrote in a blog post. As part of the cyberattack, tools from the FireEye […]

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Adobe has a ‘rebirth’ open-source developer tool

There was a time when the Computer Weekly Developer Network couldn’t go 12 months without attending a veritable handful of events, seminars, conferences, use case tutorials, and all sorts of other developer goodies. Adobe. But then the Earth got cold, the dinosaurs came and went, and Adobe seemed to focus on the cloud-based nature of […]

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Update now! Critical Adobe ColdFusion Flaw Now Exploited – Naked Security

Adobe has released an urgent out-of-band patch for a critical flaw in the ColdFusion web development platform that it says is being exploited in the wild. The company’s bulletin APSB19-14 is light on details, but describes the issue as a “file upload restriction bypass” affecting ColdFusion 2018 update 2 and earlier, 2016 update 9 and […]

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Adobe ColdFusion bug recently fixed and exploited by the Chinese APT

A suspected Chinese APT group exploited the recently patched ColdFusion vulnerability in the wild by compromising a vulnerable ColdFusion server after directly downloading a China Chopper webshell. The targeted servers had not been updated with the patch released two weeks earlier. Volexity researchers observed the active exploitation of the recently fixed CVE-2018-15961 vulnerability, a critical […]

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Hackers Exploit Recently Fixed ColdFusion Vulnerability

A Chinese group APT hacked web servers by exploiting a vulnerability in Adobe ColdFusion which was patched in September and for which no exploit has been publicly released. The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2018-15961, affects ColdFusion 11 Update 14 and earlier, ColdFusion 2016 Update 6 and earlier, and the ColdFusion 2018 release of July 12. It […]

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It’s not cold fusion … but it’s something

A surprising opportunity to explore something new in chemistry and physics has emerged. In March 1989, electrochemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons of the University of Utah announced that they had “established a sustained nuclear fusion reaction” at room temperature. By almost all accounts, the event was a fiasco. The basic reason was that the […]

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The Long Tail of ColdFusion Fail – Krebs on Security

Earlier this month I posted a story about a criminal hacking gang using Adobe Cold Fusion vulnerabilities to create a botnet of hacked e-commerce sites that were exploited for customer credit card data. Today’s article examines the impact this botnet has had on several companies, as well as the important and costly lessons these companies […]

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Prevent SQL injection and cross-site scripting using ColdFusion

This is an updated version of an article posted on my blog over 3 years ago. This is unfortunately still very relevant as we continue to see SQLi (SQL injection) and XSS (cross site script) attacks hitting some of the more recognizable websites and brands. This is not a tutorial on XSS and SQLi, just […]