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How Useful Artificial Intelligence for Operations Will Be?

A huge portion of the typical labor force today will be replaced by artificial intelligence. It is not a question of if, but of when, by that time people needs to see new possibilities to focus on such as creative work, the arts and other aspect of human interest that AI will never able to

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The Fundamentals of Drones And Its Security

Drone is a common name for UAV: ​​Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, there is also a type of drone on each of the land, sea, and air, which are called UAV, UGV, and UMV, respectively. The current drone for civilian and military use can fly autonomously by GPS and inertial navigation system. What is confusing is that

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5 Things To Know When Choosing For SaaS

Let us be honest, maintaining software installation library onsite is a very expensive undertaking. There is a cost for acquiring, maintaining, changing and upgrading hardware which hosts the software business need to use for day-to-day operations. Of course, as the lifecycle of software comes to an end, that incurs the cost of upgrading to the

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Chinese Buckeye Group Behind Two Zero-Day Attacks?

Buckeye group, the alleged hacking team composed of Chinese nationals were implicated by Symantec as the one behind the massive exploitation of a zero-day Windows critical security vulnerability which was only patched by Redmond last March 2019. In fact, Symantec claims that this alleged Chinese hacking team got a hold of the same Equation Group

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A Quick Glimpse Of Useful Android Q Features

Google I/O has become a very successful yearly conference aimed to unite Android developers and educate enthusiast about the Android operating system and the plans of Google for its development. The 2019 edition of I/O is highly anticipated, especially with the impending release of Android “Q”, which remains to be unnamed at the time of

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Qbot New Obfuscation Technique Bypasses Antimalware Security

The Cisco Talos team, the cybersecurity research arm of Cisco networks has disclosed the new variant of Qbot (AKA Oakbot), an extensible banking trojan which is infecting vulnerable Windows computers in the wild. With its various ways to trap the user in executing the dropper, either through a malicious email, infected website links and drive-by

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Oracle WebLogic Servers Hit With Zero-Day Attack

Oracle WebLogic Servers are not the usual targets when it comes to cyber attacks. Besides, the service is a niche and is facing strong competition from the likes of Amazon with their AWS and Google with its fleet of web services. This time, a new ransomware variant named Sodinokibi has penetrated WebLogic Servers using a

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At What Level An AntiMalware Product Is Still Effective?

New cybercrime techniques aimed at PCs and mobile devices are emerging every day, and it seems that the use of integrated security software that provides multi-layered defense measures is a shortcut for strengthening countermeasures. Or that is what the antivirus vendors would like everyone believe. Who are involved with cybercrimes: Persons who seek information on

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Is China Racial-Profiling Its Minority?

Mainland China has already started its massive facial database of all mainland Chinese citizens and possibly permanent residents of the country as well. Beijing is keen on monitoring the movements of people in the mainland. This is the key to transform China into a cohesive unit, with the opposition to the ruling leaders in Beijing

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Is Infrastructure-As-A-Service The Future Of Corporate Computing?

Ask any system administrator today, and we will hear from them that attempts from unknown outside parties infiltrating their systems are happening on a daily basis. Yes, guys welcome to the 21st-century corporate computing era. We live in a world where cyber warfare is raging globally, between nations, between firms and between groups and individuals.

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