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Firefox Web Browser Security Vulnerability Exposed

A few hours ago a zero day vulnerability emerged in the Tor browser bundle and the Firefox web browser. Currently it exploits Windows systems with a high success rate and affects Firefox versions 41 to 50 and the current version of the Tor Browser Bundle which contains Firefox 45  ESR. If you use Firefox, we recommend you temporarily switch browsers to Chrome, Safari or a non-firefox based browser that is secure until the Firefox dev team can release an update. The vulnerability allows an att...
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Guidelines to International Production

GUIDELINES TO INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION by David Calderwood, Senior Executive Producer, Euro-Pacific Film & Video Productions, Inc.   During the past ten years, the global marketplace has experienced more changes and upheavals than it has in the previous twenty years. The dropping of national borders and the removal of trade barriers in the European Common Market, effectively forming one large marketplace, has led to the merger and centralization of transglobal corporations in respons...
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Google and Microsoft will include a kill switch in the their smartphone.

The technology allows for a stolen Google (GOOG) Android and Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) Windows Phone-powered Nokia (NOK) device to be disabled, making it useless to the thief With Google and Microsoft on board, kill switches will be available for 97% of the smartphone market, said New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who made the announcement. Newer versions of Apple's iOS currently include a kill switch called Activation Lock and tracking software that requires a password before the i...
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Cybersecurity: How safe are you?

P.F. Chang's acknowledged that a "security compromise" of customers' credit and debit card data occurred at some of its restaurants. "We have concluded that data has been compromised," said CEO Rick Federico, in a prepared statement. The admission comes just days after cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs claimed that thousands of credit card and debit card numbers that appeared to have been stolen from P.F. Chang's restaurants earlier this year had gone up for sale. Federico said that P.F...
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