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The Navy wants you to hack into its systems. But of course, there’s a catch

Digital Trends 23 Mar 2021
In the 1983 movie WarGames, a young Matthew Broderick plays a high school-age hacker who unwittingly breaks into a United States military supercomputer from his bedroom ... Another bit of the contest asks contestants to create algorithms that can be used to support informed decision-making ... Short hair, pushups, and algorithms.
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He got Facebook hooked on AI. Now he can't fix its misinformation addiction

Democratic Underground 11 Mar 2021
Link to tweet. Tweet text. ... Facebook's "AI algorithms gave it an insatiable habit for lies and hate speech ... It compounded fears that the algorithms that determine what people see on the platform were amplifying fake news and hate speech, and that Russian hackers had weaponized them to try to sway the election in Trump’s favor ... *snip*. .
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Scientists develop laser system that generates random numbers at ultrafast speeds

Phys Dot Org 25 Feb 2021
The random generator system was jointly developed by researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), Yale University, and Trinity College Dublin, and made in NTU ... However, they are vulnerable to attacks, as hackers could predict future number sequences if they discover the algorithm used to generate the numbers ... Dr ... ....
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Hillicon Valley: Fallout from Reddit-driven stock rallies, GameStop purchase ban continues | Lawmakers grill NSA ...

The Hill 30 Jan 2021
The lawmakers, including a group of House Democrats, sent a letter to the NSA asking questions around the Juniper Networks breach, first discovered in 2015, that involved hackers infiltrating an NSA algorithm used by the company to send malicious code to customers in software updates.
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How to Choose a Reputable Gambling Site?

LB News 25 Jan 2021
Even though the online gambling industry was experiencing steady growth over the last couple of years, its popularity has been skyrocketing since the beginning of this year ... So stay with us! 1 ... So, let’s see! 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... 5 ... By that, we mean SSL-encryption and other reliable safety algorithms. These protect you from all sorts of hackers and internet scammers.
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Brian Kelly: The man who turned credit-card points into an empire

Indian Express 10 Jan 2021
EARLIER THIS YEAR, on March 8, I traveled to Washington, D.C., to attend Frequent Traveler University, a travel-hacker seminar series held several times a year around the world, most often in airport-hotel conference rooms ... Manufactured spending was getting harder, as credit-card algorithms became smarter at catching hackers.
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Data Of 10 Crore Indians With Credit And Debit Cards Leaked On Dark Web

Yahoo Daily News 07 Jan 2021
He also noted that “However, if the hackers can find out the Hash algorithm used to generate the card fingerprint, they will be able to decrypt the masked card number.
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Masked card data of 3.5 cr Indians breached, not 10 cr: JusPay

The Siasat Daily 05 Jan 2021
“For this data, hackers are also contacting via Telegram,” he said, adding that if the hackers can find out the Hash algorithm used to generate the card fingerprint, they will be able to decrypt the masked card number.
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Watch Every Apex Legends: Stories from the Outlands Trailer

Game Rant 05 Jan 2021
RELATED.�Apex Legends Releases Lore Video for Loba and Revenant ... Originally added in season 3, the Forever Family short film introduces players to the hacker,�Tae Joon Park.�After discovering a strange file leading to a powerful prediction algorithm for the Apex Games, which can easily alter the outcome of matches to someone's favor.
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Juspay data breach: Data of over 10 crore debit, credit cardholders leaked

BGR 04 Jan 2021
... makes a financial scam difficult, though it can still be used by hackers for phishing scams. Cybersecurity researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia told Inc42 that it is possible to decrypt masked card numbers if a hacker can find out the algorithm used to generate the card fingerprint.
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The company that processes payments for Amazon and Swiggy has reported a data leak of over 100 million debit and credit cardholders

The Times of India 04 Jan 2021
Juspay processes payments for companies like Amazon, Swiggy, MakeMyTrip and several other companies. Cybersecurity researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia who first spotted the breach has said that it could become a lot more serious if hackers figure out the encryption algorithm ... .
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Stopping SARS-CoV-2 in its tracks by blocking its main protease

Phys Dot Org 04 Jan 2021
In fact, it would be pretty much the same algorithm that created the entire universe that evolved into Pfizer. The latest updates, which includes user-submitted algorithms that predict the actual codons with over 90% accuracy from the incipient hacker-turned-biologist community can be found over on Bert's Pfizer vaccine reverse engineering site.
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10 crore Indians’ card data selling on Dark Web: Researcher

The Siasat Daily 03 Jan 2021
“For this data, hackers are also contacting via Telegram,” he told IANS ... “However, if the hackers can find out the Hash algorithm used to generate the card fingerprint, they will be able to decrypt the masked card number ... The company admitted that the hacker ...
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Data of 10 Crore Indian Cardholders Being Sold on Dark Web, Researcher Claims

Yahoo Daily News 03 Jan 2021
"For this data, hackers are also contacting via Telegram," he told IANS ... "However, if the hackers can find out the Hash algorithm used to generate the card fingerprint, they will be able to decrypt the masked card number ... The company admitted that the hacker gained ...
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Mike Pence is in a weird spot

CNN 03 Jan 2021
It might be too much to ask. The year begins with two pieces of leftover business ... Douglas ... Texas Rep ... Read More ... "We began to see wild and baseless claims of domestic origin, about hackers and malicious algorithms that flipped the vote in states across the country, singling out election equipment vendors for having ties to deceased foreign dictators ... .
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