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Cyber Security - Parsing The Cyber Security Landscape,proving you with Latest Information Security News, Trends and Information. Cyber Parse was created to provide knowledge to help everyone understand and deal with the ever increasing threats we all face by Cyber Crime (Malware, Social Engineering, Phishing and hacking). Our purpose is to provide the right information to our readers by breaking down and communicating knowledge relating to Cyber Crime, Cyber Security, Information Security and Computer Security, then using Risk Management practices to help translate the technical aspects of the Risks, Threats, Vulnerabilities and controls to reduce the risk into business language.

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    Nothing to see here. Move along, comrade, move along A computer at the center of a lawsuit digging into Russian interference in the US presidential election has been wiped.…

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    Most of the success with your cloud deployments comes from avoiding the errors that have cratered several cloud projects. I don’t want those of you reading this blog to repeat the same mistakes. Here are three common mistakes in cloud deployments th...

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    The second beta of Microsoft’s upcoming Visual Studio 2017 version 15.5 IDE, released this week, improves capabilities for C++ and debugging and supports the Angular 2 JavaScript framework.[ Review: Visual Studio 2017 is the best ever. | Cut to the ...

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    But numbers aren't everything, are they, Dyn? The Reaper IoT botnet is nowhere near as threatening as previously suggested, according to new research.…

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    I can’t go into the details of our intelligence, but...

    The UK government has joined Microsoft in blaming North Korea for the WannaCry ransomware attack.…

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    In this 2012 interview, Toulouse discusses imposing order on Xbox Live's trolls.

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    There's a lot of system UI changes, a new "SMS connect" feature, and more.

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    Anaconda, the Python language distribution and work environment for scientific computing, data science, statistical analysis, and machine learning, is now available in a broadly revised 5.0 edition.Version 5.0.1, released this week, addresses some m...

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    At Ars Technica Live, Gary Whitta told us about his career as a Hollywood writer.

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    The iPhone 8 saw slow sales, while iPhone X demand quickly outstripped supply.

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    Ethics used to be simpler to comprehend.

    But digital technology changed everything. Unethical acts can be as easy as a mere mouse click, victims are only notional and remote, and the impact can be magnified to a global scale in a heartbeat.

    Today, w...

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    Most applications need some form of persistence—a way to store the data outside the application for safekeeping.

    The most basic way is to write data to the file system, but that can quickly become a slow and unwieldy way to solve the problem.

    A full-bl...

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    An Oracle-developed, low-latency Java garbage collector geared to large heaps could move to the open source community, if a proposal to do so gets community approval. Votes are due by November 8.Called the Z Garbage Collector (ZGC), the project is designed to support multiterabyte heaps, have pause times not exceeding 10 milliseconds, and offer no more than a 15 percent application reduction throughput compared to the G1 garbage collector.[ The new Java versions are here! Learn everything you need to know about whatrsquo;s new in Java SE 9 and whatrsquo;s new in Java EE 8. | Keep up with hot topics in programming with InfoWorldrsquo;s App Dev Report newsletter. ]But ZGCrsquo;s developers donrsquo;t see these goals as “hard requirementsrdquo; for every workload, according to a proposal floated on an OpenJDK mailing list by Per Liden, a member of the HotSpot virtual machine team at Oracle. Lidenrsquo;s proposal calls for creation of a ZGC project that he would lead, with the HotSpot group as sponsor. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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    Whatever the threat posed by the new IoT botnet, a worse one has lurked for months.

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    Scary flaws in time for Halloween weekend Roundup  While the security world has been in full Holy Grail mode with BadRabbit, plenty of other stuff has been going on this week. Here's a roundup of everything else you need to know on top of what we've al...

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    The plans, the prototypes, the power-pumping: These batteries are hints of the future.

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    I don't miss the hardware so much as I miss what it represented.

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    Ministry of Defence assures us it has coherent plan to harness Brit boffinry The Ministry of Defence has unveiled latest its science and technology strategy by writing a jargon-ridden report full of incomprehensible diagrams – but it contains good news...

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    Secrets discovered when USB was plugged into library computer; data unencrypted.

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    Remote unauthenticated attack bug gets perfect CVSS score Oracle is urging users of its enterprise identity management system to apply an emergency update to stomp a bug that allows attackers take over the system.…

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