The lighter side of VMworld

A tech conference can be a pretty intense place, jam-packed with informative sessions to the point that your head is spinning. The expo can be equally daunting, with dozens of partners plus the sponsoring vendor vying for an attendee’s attention. At VMworld, we captured some of the more creative ways used to lure people in. […]

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Blissful Thoughts And Embracing Change (September 2019 Wallpapers Edition)

Let’s welcome September with a fresh desktop wallpaper. Designed by artists and designers from across the globe and available with and without a calendar. Lush green slowly turning into yellows, reds, and browns in the Northern hemisphere; nature awakening from its slumber in the Southern part of the world: September is a time of change. […]

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How To Remotely Uninstall and Install A Program using PowerShell

If you don’t have a software deployment tool, such as PDQ Deployment, uninstalling programs from a remote computer could be quite painful. And once again, here is where PowerShell shines. First of all, let’s see how to get a list of installed programs on a remote computer: Get-WmiObject Win32_Product -ComputerName $computername | Select-Object -Property IdentifyingNumber, […]

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@jack Got Hacked — Twitter CEO’s Tweets Hijacked

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account was, apparently, hijacked for roughly 20 minutes and used for racist rant. The Twitter account of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, well-known by his handle @jack, was apparently hijacked, today. Over the course of roughly 20 minutes, the account was used to tweet and retweet dozens of racist and incendiary […]

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Alphabet’s Sidewalk labs partners with Ontario Teacher’s Pension to develop infrastructure

Sidewalk Labs LLC, an Alphabet subsidiary, has partnered with Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan to develop smart infrastructure solutions. Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP) is a detachment from Sidewalk Labs and focuses on five key verticals including advanced mobility, energy, water and waste, digital infrastructure, and social infrastructure. Innovations from their collaboration would also help construct the […]

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New Credential-Theft Attack Weaponizes DNS

The recently discovered campaign sends stolen data out of the network as part of a DNS query. A new credential-theft attack campaign is using DNS to exfiltrate data. The campaign, which uses an illicit SSH client to gather the credentials, sends the purloined data to a pair of command-and-control (C2) servers. Researchers at Alert Logic […]

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Google Uncovers Massive iPhone Attack Campaign

A group of hacked websites has been silently compromising fully patched iPhones for at least two years, Project Zero reports. For at least two years, a small collection of hacked websites has been attacking iPhones in a massive campaign affecting thousands of devices, researchers with Google Project Zero report. These sites quietly infiltrated iPhones through […]

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Phishers are Angling for Your Cloud Providers

Many companies are now outsourcing their marketing efforts to cloud-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) providers. But when accounts at those CRM providers get hacked or phished, the results can be damaging for both the client’s brand and their customers. Here’s a look at a recent CRM-based phishing campaign that targeted customers of Fortune 500 construction […]

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Styling Links with Real Underlines

.mega-header::before { content: “”; position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0; width: 75%; height: 90%; background-image: radial-gradient(ellipse closest-side, rgba(15, 14, 22, 0.5), #100e17), url(https://res.cloudinary.com/css-tricks/image/fetch/w_1200,q_auto,f_auto/https://css-tricks.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/underlines.png); background-size: cover; background-repeat: no-repeat; opacity: 0.75; } Before we come to how to style underlines, we should answer the question: should we underline? In graphic design, underlines are generally seen as unsophisticated. […]

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