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Scores of People Deploying Hacked Users Names and Passwords

A new study conducted by Google found hundreds of thousands of Internet surfers use passwords that have already been hacked.August 15, 2019Despite data breaches and hacks of major companies including retailers and financial services providers, Internet users are still relying on the same passwords for several websites, a new study by Google found.
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Precision Connectors: PC 3.5 mm, PC 2.92 mm, etc

The Precision Connectors series of RF interconnections provides a very high quality series of interconnects for use where high precision is required.Often these RF connectors are used measurement applications, or where exceedingly high performance is required.The precision series of interconnections is typically intended for very high frequency RF, i.
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Falcon 9 Launch Scrubbed Due to Landing Barge Malfunction

SpaceX& 39;s expected resupply mission to the International Space Station this morning was scrubbed due to a malfunction in the drone recovery barge Of Course I Still Love You.May 04, 2019SpaceX had to scrub their launch of their Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Cargo Dragon on a resupply mission to the International Space Station after a malfunction in the drone ship Of Course I Still Love You pushed the flight back to tomorrow morning.
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TNW Conference: Cybercrime: The Biggest Threat in the Digital Age

Cybersecurity is of vital importance to individuals and companies the world over. Whilst most of us are careful online and have antivirus software, some believe this is not enough.One expert who is voicing his concerns is Raj Samani, a senior staff member at McAfee. He believes the cybersecurity industry needs to step up to the plate.
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People Are Now Texting Almost as Quickly as They Type on a Keyboard

If you& 39;re over 19 years old, chances are you type more slowly than teenagers. Ten words per minute more slowly, to be precise.A new study carried out by researchers from Aalto University in Finland, Cambridge University in England, and ETH Zürich in Switzerland has discovered that the speed in which we type on our smartphones is becoming faster and faster.
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