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(INTERNATIONAL) — In what may be the biggest security breach ever a Russian gang of computer hackers has obtained a huge cache of some 1.2 billion stolen user names and passwords, according to computer security experts.
That in turn exposes vulnerabilities in some 400,000 websites.
The report on Tuesday in the New York Times says the breach was discovered by Hold Security, a Milwaukee-based company.
The data beach is reported to include confidential material gathered from 420,000 websites, including household names, and small Internet sites.
Hold Security has a history of uncovering significant hacks, including the theft last year of tens of millions of records from Adobe Systems, said the report which noted that the company would not name the victims, citing nondisclosure agreements and a reluctance to name companies whose sites remained vulnerable.
The New York Times had a security expert not affiliated with Hold Security analyze the database of stolen credentials and that expert confirmed it was authentic.
"Another computer crime expert who had reviewed the data, but was not allowed to discuss it publicly, said some big companies were aware that their records were among the stolen information," said the Times report here .
Some items from the story:
~ The breach also includes 542 million email addresses “culled by the crew of twentysomethings based in a small south central Russian city.”
~ Hackers didn’t just target U.S. companies, they targeted any website they could get and that ranged from Fortune 500 companies to very small websites and most of those websites most of those sites are still vulnerable.
~ The gang does not appear to be working for the Russian government and as far as is known the gang has not sold the information. Instead, the gang has been paid by third-party groups to use their cache of online information to send spam on social media.
~ The Russian government rarely pursues hackers, meaning the gang can likely continue operating unimpeded, according to The Times.
@MIT engineers have fabricated a new elastic material coated with microscopic, hairlike structures that tilt in response to a magnetic field. (Learn more about these structures: )
Depending on the field’s orientation, the microhairs can tilt to form a path through which fluid can flow; the material can even direct water upward, against gravity.
Video produced and edited by Melanie Gonick/MIT News
Video clips courtesy of the researchers
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The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm.
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The newest compilation album by Ukrainian record producer Histibe. It includes forward-thinking artwork by Joe Perez (art director at Kanye West’s DONDA) and a modern minimalistic video, “So Far” (directed by Julius Dettmer, premiered on JAY Z’s Life+Times). This is the second compilation of the Mask Movement label which covers works of the early period of Histibe’s music production career. Track by track, you can find yourself in the world of the drum & bass from 2007-2013, with the elements of techno, techstep and neurofunk sounds
Directed by Julius Dettmer: http://www.juliusdettmer.com
His first release since 2012’s ‘Fear Not’, the man behind some of d+b’s biggest anthems returns with his brand new long player. Having spent the last two years collaborating with big brother Dan Nu:Tone on the Nu:Logic project, Logistics takes solo control of the studio set up once more to unleash his latest monsters.
A return to the classic Hospital sound which Logistics has helped shape; uplifting piano chords, euphoric basslines and sublime vocal chops abound, alongside acoustic guitars and luscious strings. Collaborators on this project include new talents Hugh Hardie and Maduk, veteran producer Sonic, vocalists Will Robert and Lifford, and of course brother Dan Nu:Tone.
An album of organic, d+b soul, as Hospital hits its 18th year in business Logistics brings us a reminder of his well renowned talent with an added sense of maturity in his production.
Logistics - Stutter (feat. Nu:Tone & Maduk)
#Electro #Orchestra #Free #Download - I really enjoy orchestral electro house tracks. Need more!