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Pentagon Cache of Over 1.8 Billion Scraped Social Media Posts Left Unsecured on Amazon Server
Pentagon Cache of Over 1.8 Billion Scraped Social Media Posts Left Unsecured on Amazon Server
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The Pentagon accidentally left at least 1.8 billion publicly accessible posts it scraped from social media sites, forums and other web destinations unsecured on an Amazon S3 repository, where anyone with a free... [ ]
Netflix Is Promoting The Punisher With What Looks Like an E-Mail Phishing Scam
Netflix Is Promoting The Punisher With What Looks Like an E-Mail Phishing Scam
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Netflix Is Promoting The Punisher With What Looks Like an E-Mail Phishing Scam (click to see stats)

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This morning at 6:51 AM, I received an e-mail from Netflix with the subject line: “Suspicious activity █████ Marvel on Netflix █████” Though I was curious as to what was going on, I... [ ]
Two Teams Have Simultaneously Unearthed Evidence of an Exotic New Particle
Two Teams Have Simultaneously Unearthed Evidence of an Exotic New Particle
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Two Teams Have Simultaneously Unearthed Evidence of an Exotic New Particle (click to see stats)

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A few months ago, physicists observed an new subatomic particle—essentially an awkwardly-named, crazy cousin of the proton. Its mere existence has energized teams of particle physicists to dream up new ways about how... [ ]
MoviePass Probably Won&#39;t Last, But It&#39;s Only Seven Bucks Now<em></em><em></em>
MoviePass Probably Won&#39;t Last, But It&#39;s Only Seven Bucks Now<em></em><em></em>
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MoviePass Probably Won&#39;t Last, But It&#39;s Only Seven Bucks Now<em></em><em></em> (click to see stats)

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When MoviePass announced its Netflix-for-the-cinema service back in August, observers wondered how it could possibly maintain the low $10 monthly fee for unlimited movies. On Friday, the company announced that it will be... [ ]