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Agent Tesla, Nanocore and 8 other ‘viruses’ that troubled companies worldwide most in the past one month | Gadgets Now

Botnet and banking trojan Trickbot remained the top of most prevalent malware affecting of organizations worldwide during the past one month, according to security researcher Check Point’s latest Global Threat Index. The list ranks 10 viruses that attacked companies during the period, stealing financial details, account credentials, and personally identifiable information and more. Here’s the list of these 10 dangerous ...

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Facebook is changing its name to Meta, here’s why

Facebook Inc said that it would rebrand as Meta, a name change that underscores its ambitions to refocus the world’s largest social network on building the “metaverse.” The rebrand comes as the company battles criticisms from lawmakers and regulators over its market power, algorithmic decisions and the policing of abuses on its platforms. CEO Mark Zuckerberg, speaking at the company’s ...

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Navjot Singh Sidhu: Amarinder Singh, Navjot Singh Sidhu agree to set up a 10 member strategic policy group | Chandigarh News – Times of India

CHANDIGARH: To ensure better coordination between the ruling party and the state government, and to further expedite the implementation of the various government programmes and reform initiatives, Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh and Congress president Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday agreed to set up a 10-member ‘Strategic Policy Group’. In a show of unity in Congress leadership, the decision was ...

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Tesla is working on a ‘human’ robot, says Elon Musk

Robot-based technology has evolved over the last few years even if it hasn’t really become mainstream. Tesla CEO Elon Musk may have plans to change that as he revealed his company is working on a humanoid robot. According to a report by The Verge, a prototype of the robot will be ready sometime next year. Elaborating on the robot — ...

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US Afghanistan News: Alarm over US-trained and equipped Afghan army and air force falling into Taliban hands | World News – Times of India

WASHINGTON: A hostage trade-off situation is developing in Afghanistan between the United States and Taliban amid growing concerns about the medieval mob that has overrun Kabul gaining access to sophisticated American armaments including Black Hawk helicopters and A-29 attack planes. Thousands of Americans and their Afghan cohorts are stuck outside the Kabul airport perimeter, with Taliban controlling access and letting ...

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