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    By on August 31, 2017 | No Comments  Comments


    Online Dating Site

    Major online Dating Site has appeared in the Internet. Many people dream about true love story and MyMagicBrides hurry to help people to find their «soul mate». It’s easy to contact other MyMagicBrides’s members. You must create your own account at first. No need to make any payments for being a member on the website. All you make to do is to complete your profile description and upload a couple of photos. After the registration the communication on the site becomes simple. Dating website has many useful features like Chat, Live Video, Letters, Tour. You can communicate with other site’s members without corrupt agent. After the registration you can use Live Chat immediately. Chat options allow you to have a nice talk with several candidates and give the opportunity to make a choice. Live Video can help you to see your darling on the video in the real time. One of the easy way to connect is the letter. Your letter is little key of your heart. MyMagicBrides has additional topics: online chat, registration, blogs, and a large volume of high-quality photo and video content. We conduct personal interviews with women to fence out scammers that are difficult to fight with for companies outside the country where a woman lives. After confirmation of identity by MyMagicBrides’s representative you receive full access of the website and invitation to the Professional Photoshop. Features of the site provide an excellent chance to increase your possibility to find your «soul mate» among the members of our website. High quality pictures help to make a good first impression. We take care of our members and provide the best possible service. More information you can read on site



  • Ask Slashdot: Is Pascal Underrated?
    By on January 26, 2015 | Comments Off  Comments

    An anonymous reader writes In the recent Slashdot discussion on the D programming language, I was surprised to see criticisms of Pascal that were based on old information and outdated implementations. While I’m sure that, for example, Brian Kernighan’s criticisms of Pascal were valid in 1981, things have moved on since then. Current Object Pascal largely addresses Kernighan’s critique and also includes language features such as anonymous methods, (more…)

  • Doxing Victim Zoe Quinn Launches Online “Anti-harassment Task Force”
    By on January 21, 2015 | Comments Off  Comments

    AmiMoJo writes: On Friday, developer and doxing victim Zoe Quinn launched an online “anti-harassment task force” toolset, staffed by volunteers familiar with such attacks, to assist victims of a recent swell of “doxing” and “swatting” attacks. The Crash Override site, built by Quinn and game developer Alex Lifschitz, offers free services from “experts in information security, white hat hacking, PR, law enforcement, legal, threat monitoring, and counseling” (more…)

  • Ad Company Using Verizon Tracking Header To Recreate Deleted Cookies
    By on January 16, 2015 | Comments Off  Comments

    itwbennett writes The story began a few months ago when it was reported that both Verizon and AT&T were injecting unique identifiers in the Web requests of their mobile customers. AT&T has since stopped using the system, but Verizon continues. Now, Stanford computer scientist Jonathan Mayer has found that one advertising company called Turn, which tracks users across the Web when they visit major sites including Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, BlueKai, (more…)

  • OpenSSL Patches Eight New Vulnerabilities
    By on January 11, 2015 | Comments Off  Comments

    itwbennett writes: Server administrators are advised to upgrade OpenSSL again to fix eight new vulnerabilities, two of which can lead to denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. Although the flaws are only of moderate and low severity, “system administrators should plan to upgrade their running OpenSSL server instances in the coming days,” said Tod Beardsley, engineering manager at vulnerability intelligence firm Rapid7.

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  • FCC Revamps Customer Complaint System
    By on January 5, 2015 | Comments Off  Comments

    blottsie writes The FCC has heard your complaints, and it’s finally going to make it easier to file more complaints. The Federal Communications Commission on Monday announced the launch of its Consumer Help Center, which according to a press release will feature a “streamlined, user-friendly complaint filing system,” the “ability for consumers to monitor complaints, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,” and “faster delivery of complaints to service providers, (more…)

  • FBI Monitoring Hacking Targets For Retaliation
    By on January 1, 2015 | Comments Off  Comments

    An anonymous reader writes: As high profile security breaches continue to grab headlines, little is being done visibly by the government to prevent future attacks. This is prompting some victims (and potential victims) to find creative ways to stop the hackers. The FBI is now concerned that U.S. companies and institutions are themselves breaking laws by retaliating with cyberattacks of their own. “In February 2013, U.S officials met with bank executives (more…)

  • What’s the Future of Corporate IT and ITSM? (Video)
    By on December 30, 2014 | Comments Off  Comments

    Our headline is the title of a survey SysAid did at Fusion, a “gathering of seasoned IT directors, service management implementers, and business analysts” that took place in early November. As Sysaid’s marketing VP, Sophie Danby was the person who designed and implemented the survey, which consisted of only three questions: 1) Where do you see the corporate IT department in five years’ time? 2) With the consumerization of IT continuing to drive (more…)

  • 300 Million Year Old Fossil Fish Likely Had Color Vision
    By on December 25, 2014 | Comments Off  Comments

    westlake writes Nature is reporting the discovery of mineralized rods and cones in a 300-million-year-old fossil fish found in Kansas. The soft tissues of the eye and brain decay rapidly after death, within 64 days and 11 days, respectively, and are almost never preserved in the fossil record — making this the first discovery of fossil rods and cones in general and the first evidence for color vision in a fossilized vertebrate eye.

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  • Boeing and BlackBerry Making a Self-Destructing Phone
    By on December 20, 2014 | Comments Off  Comments

    Rambo Tribble writes: It sounds like a Mission: Impossible scenario, but aerospace company Boeing is teaming with Canadian phone maker BlackBerry to produce an ultra-secure mobile phone that “self-destructs.” The phone uses encryption on calls and is intended to serve the high-security needs of government and industry. As Blackberry CEO John Chen said, “We’re pleased to announce that Boeing is collaborating with BlackBerry to provide a secure mobile (more…)