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DEF CON 26: Voting Machines Hacked by Kids! - ThreatWire

Multiple Credit Card Readers are Flawed, the Amazon Echo Gets Creepy, and the Voting Machine Hacking Village creates waves. All that coming up now on ThreatWire.

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Square:
https://www.cnet.com/news/security-flaws-in-mobile-point-of-sale-systems-spell-money-trouble/
https://www.cnet.com/videos/credit-card-readers-had-a-vulnerability-where-you-pay-the-price/
https://www.zdnet.com/article/paypal-square-vulnerabilities-impact-mobile-point-of-sale-machines/

Amazon Echo:
https://www.wired.com/story/hackers-turn-amazon-echo-into-spy-bug/

Security researchers found a way to hack into the Amazon Echo

A New Echo Hack Unearthed At Defcon

Voting:
https://www.nass.org/node/1511
https://www.wired.com/story/defcon-election-threat-funding/
https://www.cnet.com/news/us-officials-hope-hackers-at-defcon-find-more-voting-machine-problems/

DEF CON 2018: Voting Hacks Prompt Push Back from Election Officials, Vendors

http://time.com/5366171/11-year-old-hacked-into-us-voting-system-10-minutes/

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Venezuela Surpasses Weimar As Hyperinflation Expected To Hit 1,000,000% By Year End

Some readers may recall this headline from January 2018 “IMF Projects Venezuela Inflation Will Soar to 13,000 Percent in 2018.“ This, it turns out was just a little bit off, because as we reported only two weeks ago, Venezuela’s annualized inflation hit an annualized rate of 482,153%, with food prices soaring 183% in just one month. Fast forward to today, when it’s time for…

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Simulation-based internal models for safer robots

Readers of this blog will know that I’ve become very excited by the potential of robots with simulation-based internal models in recent years. So far we’ve demonstrated their potential in simple ethical robots and as the basis for href=”https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316440235_Rational_imitation_for_robots_the_cost_difference_model” target=”_blank”>rational imitation. Our most recent…

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Gartman: “This Bear Market Is Bouncing Very Hard”

Last Thursday morning, just as markets appeared to bottom, we advised readers to mind their bearish stops because earlier that day, Dennis Gartman declared (again, after recently turning bearish just a few weeks ago) that “this is now a bear market” and “strength is to be sold into“, to wit: [S]trength is to be sold into; weakness is only to be bought after the market has…

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Workers Struggles: Asia, Australia and the Pacific | LIBERAL.GUIDE

The World Socialist Web Site invites workers and other readers to contribute to this regular feature. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

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Science and art find common ground: the importance of storytelling | PLOS Blogs Network

0000-0001-8462-0271   Readers of SciCommPLOS undoubtedly know that we are strong advocates of communicating science through storytelling. Over the last several months we have featured pieces on narrative communication to forge citizen-scientist relationships, on connecting VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Science and art find common ground: the importance of storytelling | PLOS Blogs Network Licensed…

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Bank of America: “The Last Time We Saw This In The Market Was 2007”

Yesterday, we presented readers with a troubling note from Morgan Stanley which attempted to answer arguably the only question that matters for the future of risk assets: “is the late stage credit cycle about to crack?” And with just under $1 trillion in anticipated stock buybacks in 2018  – which would be almost entirely funded through new debt issuance – whether or not…

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Blog Post: Reader’s Choice Top 300 Games Of All Time

The results are in! Here are the top 300 games of all time according to our readers. Discuss on Twitter VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Blog Post: Reader’s Choice Top 300 Games Of All Time http://www.overnewser.com/images-site/apple-touch-icon-114×114-precomposed.png

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Default Private Search in Private Browsing Mode

DuckDuckGo and Vivaldi Partner on Private Browsing Mode. As regular readers of this blog will know, but sadly most people still do not, Private Browsing modes generally don’t prevent online tracking of your searches, and this includes everything you type into Google. Private browsing modes are designed to erase history information on your computer, but don’t do much to prevent the sites you visit…

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