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  1. The PlayStation 5 launched this week in Europe and the United Kingdom, and customers encountered many of the same issues they faced in the US: The console was sold out near-instantly at most retailers. The only way to get a PlayStation 5 at launch was through a preorder, but some retailers sold PS5 consoles digitally on a first-come, first-served basis. A robust resale market for the coveted new game console is at least partially to blame, and that market is dominated by groups that work collectively and use "bots" to buy up as much stock as possible. The manager of one such
  2. Malware operators have collected login credentials for government portals in Italy, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, Bulgaria, Romania, more. A Russian cyber-security firm says it discovered login credentials for more than 40,000 accounts on government portals in more than 30 countries. The data includes usernames and cleartext passwords, and the company believes they might be up for sale on underground hacker forums. Alexandr Kalinin, head of Group-IB's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-GIB), says these account details have been collected over time by cyber-cri
  3. Free backup software to store encrypted backups online. Duplicati is a simple-to-use software application designed to take a safety measure when it comes to personal and app files by backing them up to a secure location. It features basic and advanced features alike to please both user groups. Create, schedule and restore backups with personal documents, music, application settings, desktop files and others, save them locally or upload via FTP or an online storage service Features: Duplicati uses AES-256 encryption (or GNU Privacy Guard)
  4. Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy and closed all its stores, but its brand will be revived with help from Target. The Toys R Us brand will get new life courtesy of Target. Target is helping bring the defunct Toys R Us brand back to life, according to a Tuesday press release. ToysRUs.com will relaunch with videos and articles on toy trends and reviews, directing customers to Target.com to make toy purchases, Target said. Tru Kids Brand, the parent company of Toys R Us, said in July that it would partner with tech startup b8ta to return the toy stores to
  5. NEW YORK – Everyone has seen warnings at the end of email saying, “Please consider the environment before printing.” But for those who care about global warming, you might want to consider not writing so many emails in the first place. More and more, people rely on their electronic mailbox as a life organizer. Old emails, photos and files from years past sit undisturbed, awaiting a search for a name, address or photo of an old boyfriend. The problem is that all those messages require energy to preserve them. And despite the tech industry’s focus on r
  6. Our bad — Bethesda says online requirement for Doom re-releases was a mistake "The login should be optional, and we are working on changing [it] now." Enlarge / Bethesda is working to remove this login dialog from its recent re-released versions of the first three Doom games. Infernal Monkey / Twitter Late last week, Bethesda surprised QuakeCon attendees and retro gamers worldwide with the re-release of the first three Doom games on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One (that last one with some issues of its own). It also sur
  7. Today, more than half of the global population uses the internet, and while many see the technology as a positive tool, there are growing concerns about over-use, per the latest Internet Trends report by Mary Meeker, Bond Capital managing partner and "Queen of the 'Net." Why it matters: Businesses are adapting to — and even building tools for — users limiting their use of mobile devices and online apps like video streaming and social media. By the numbers: 51% of the world — or 3.8 billion people — were in
  8. Best Free online web proxy review www.webproxy.net Webproxy.net is a free web proxy to unblock all websites and surf securely. It is designed to search any website to open it unblocked Webproxy encrypts your IP address while unblocking all websites quickly, as if an unblocking google. Previously looked for a review of the extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webproxynet-unblock-any-w/mpmikmnnnoacchojfpdgfdgpkfgajhim?hl=en What do you think of the website itself? :) Staff Note: You already posted this here. Hence, topic closed.
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