Your Microsoft Teams or Zoom calls can be hacked in a very bizarre way

Woman waving on a video call using her laptop

Your humble goggles could give hackers a secret insight into your company’s valuable video call data, security experts claim. Researchers from the University of Michigan in the US and Zhejiang University in China recently published a report (opens in new tab) in which they explain how reflections from glasses can be used to steal sensitive …

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Piracy sites bombard users with malicious ads to download actual malware

BlackCat Ransomware Could Be About to Get Much Nastier

Piracy sites bombard users with malicious ads, causing victims to download viruses, malware and even ransomware, a new report warns. Research published by the Digital Citizens Alliance, White Bullet and Unit 221B has found that piracy sites, where people search for free content, such as movies, series or sporting events, are full of malvertising – …

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Corsair HS55 Wireless Core review

Corsair HS55 Wireless Core on a colorful desk mat

Corsair HS55 Wireless Core: One minute review With the Corsair HS55 Wireless Core, Corsair seems to be throwing its hat into the versatile and travel-friendly gaming headset ring. But, while the will of the SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro wireless and Arctis Nova 7 are filled to the brim with all the stuff you could want …

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Are Mesopotamia and Babylon the same?

Here we see ancient mud brick walls at the archaeological site of Babylon, capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia, in a photo taken in 1979.

In world history class, students often learn that human civilization originated in Mesopotamia – the so-called “fertile crescent” – and in the same breath, many teachers dive into the history of Babylon. But are Mesopotamia and Babylon the same? The answer is no, they are not the same; in short, Mesopotamia is a region, and …

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Some users are now being charged again for LibreOffice

LibreOffice review

Users who want to download the latest version of open source office software suite LibreOffice in the Mac App Store now has to pay $8.99 for the privilege. Project curators The Document Foundation (TDF) have confirmed (opens in new tab) the new fee is a “convenience fee” for users who prefer to get the macOS …

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This Microsoft 365 phishing campaign uses cunning US government lures

Phishing

Hackers are allegedly conducting a series of phishing campaigns masquerading as various branches of the US government, including the Department of Labor and the Department of Transportation. The emails, aimed at government contractors, claim to solicit bids for government projects, but instead direct victims to phishing pages with credentials. According to a blog post about …

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Looks like one of the best PS5 games is coming to Steam

Sackboy sticking his tongue art and waving his hands up in the air

PS5 launch title Sackboy: A Big Adventure looks set to hit PC in the near future. A recent update to the online database SteamDB — a third-party site that automatically collects data uploaded to Valve’s storefront — suggests that an anonymous listing on the platform is actually Sackboy: A Big Adventure in disguise. As spotted …

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A blood-pumping spy thriller that might be the best Star Wars show yet: Andor review

A blood-pumping spy thriller that might be the best Star Wars show yet: Andor review

Andor: key information – Launches on Wednesday, September 21– Three-episode premiere on Disney Plus– Set five years before Rogue One– Diego Luna and Stellan Skarsgård among its sizable cast– Written by Rogue One’s Tony Gilroy– First season comprises 12 episodes– Second season set to begin filming soon Star Wars live-action shows haven’t been the runaway …

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