Thursday, May 22, 2014

eBay Hacked: Need-to-Know Details for Protection [VIDEO] | Rapid7

eBay Hacked: Need-to-Know Details for Protection [VIDEO] | Rapid7



In today’s Whiteboard Wednesday, Chris Kirsch, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Rapid7 will discuss the latest eBay hack which was announced on May 21st.
Watch this video to learn how and why this happened, how this affects you and your company, and see what you can do to protect yourself.
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Fastest-growing American cities are mostly in the West

My first choice retirement city has been getting kudos lately and I don't like it. Too many people are going to ruin it!!

The Associated Press reached the mayor of San Marcos, Daniel Guerrero, in Chicago, where he was recruiting businesses for his city. He attributed its growth to the presence of two of the nation’s largest outlet malls and Texas State University.

Growth has not brought wealth to San Marcos, however. Its median household income is about $26,000, compared with about $49,000 for Texas as a whole.

San Marcos is about 73 percent white, 36 percent Hispanic and 6 percent African American.



Fastest-growing American cities are mostly in the West. And then there’s Gaithersburg, Md.

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Pit Bull Begins Life Sentence in Arizona Shelter

Dog that mauled a 4-year-old boy will live out its days in Sheriff Arpaio's MASH unit.



Pit Bull Begins Life Sentence in Arizona Shelter | Video - ABC News

After 50 Years, Mysterious Ocean Quack Identified

(NEWSER) – A mysterious quacking noise in the ocean that has baffled scientists for decades has finally been identified, researchers say. Acoustic recorders placed on Antarctic minke whales have produced what NOAA experts say is "conclusive evidence" that the sound is their chatter, the BBC reports. The sound was dubbed the "bio-duck" when it was first picked up by sonar operators on submarines in the '60s. It's since been heard in the Southern Ocean around Antarctica and western Australia, typically in winter and spring. Still a mystery: why the whales make the sound. Researchers did note, though, that the vocalizations were always recorded when the whales were close to the surface, before making deep dives to eat.

After 50 Years, Mysterious Ocean Quack Identified - 'Bio-duck' is actually minke whale

Flash of Lights, Booms Reported

BRANSON, Mo. - A mysterious flash of light in the sky was seen all over Ozark Mountain Country Friday night.

The phenomenon is called a fireball and is related to the Eta Aquarids meteor shower expected to appear early Tuesday morning, according to local astronomers.

Reports of large flashes of light in the sky followed by loud booms were reported across seven states, according to the American Meteor Society.

Flash of Lights, Booms Reported – HometownDailyNews.com

Sunday, May 04, 2014

Hardware Wallets: The Future of Cryptocurrency?

“Bitcoin is in it’s infant stage. It’s like a 4 year old Einstein,” Ivan told The CoinFront. “It can walk, talk and reason yet ‘nobody’ trusts it because it’s small and people don’t understand it. For Bitcoin to grow up it needs to level with average folks.”



Hardware Wallets: The Future of Crypto? | A retro inventor | The Coin Front Your News Source for Bitcoin, Altcoin, Digital and Cryptocurrencies



Hardware Wallets: The Future of Cryptocurrency? | The CoinFront | Bitcoin News