The NSA Makes Ghidra, a Powerful Cybersecurity Tool, Open Source

The National Security Agency develops advanced hacking tools in-house for both offense and defense—which you could probably guess even if some notable examples hadn't leaked in recent years. But on Tuesday at the RSA security conference in San Francisco, the agency demonstrated Ghidra, a refined internal tool that it has chosen to open source. And while NSA cybersecurity adviser Rob Joyce called the tool a "contribution to the nation’s cybersecurity community" in announcing it at RSA, it will no doubt be used far beyond the United States. You can't use Ghidra to hack devices; it's instead a reverse-engineering platform used to take "compiled," deployed software and "decompile" it. In other words, it transforms the ones and zeros that computers understand …

For Democrats, age is just a number

(CNN)Is it possible for a senior citizen to be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States in 2020? At the same time, their ascendancy is hardly a given. Remarkably, experience is often not an asset in campaigns. And presidential candidates who have less time in public life and elected office can create their own platform that is aligned with the electorate at the time without worrying it will conflict with their own record. Sign up for our new newsletter. Join us on Twitter and Facebook The question is not about how old a candidate is, but how they will go about bringing about real change — through radical overhaul of policies or through working through a more incremental …

WWF Accused Of Funding Guards Who Kill And Torture Indigenous People

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of conservation’s most famous and beloved organizations, but the powerful NGO now faces allegations of supporting vicious paramilitaries and violent guards as part of their war against poaching. A year-long investigation by Buzzfeed News and The Kathmandu Post claims to have exposed the widespread use of torture, waterboarding, violence, murder, and sexual assault by anti-poaching guards who have been funded and supported by the WWF. Using over 100 interviews, internal budgets, and confidential memos, the huge investigation details a variety of abuses in at least six countries across Asia and Africa. In response, the WWF says it has launched an “independent review” of the investigation’s findings, saying many of the report’s claims don’t match their understanding of the events.  As one example, …

Netanyahu campaign draws accusations of incitement

The prime minister has been repeating a campaign mantra, using his own nickname: “Bibi or Tibi.” The slogan highlights Netanyahu’s efforts to paint his challengers as conspiring with Arab Israelis and a hostile media to oust him. Tibi says he is concerned about what he views as Netanyahu’s attempt to demonize Israel’s Arab minority. Arabs make up about 20 percent of Israel’s 9 million residents. They hold full citizenship rights but have faced decades of discrimination. Trending in World Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

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Every other day, there is a new video software on the market. You hear the buzz and hype and you’re spending money buying yet another software. Do you really need another one? What if I told you, you DON’T? What if I told you, you already have the tools to make exceptionally great videos right now? I bet you have the tool on your computer catching dust. And that’s why I’m super excited to tell you about this! Social Video Suite is brand new (just released) that allows YOU to create professional, high quality videos better than the pros in minutes without buying yet another video software. That’s right. It leverages Microsoft technology and I bet you already have it? …

BASE Jumper Gets Blown Off Course, Almost Ends Up In A Painful Cartoon Landing

McGonagle was blown a little off course during a Jan. 31 leap from a 300-foot antenna in Arizona. In other jumps from the tower, clips showed McGonagle and his compatriots But in one case, poor wind conditions blew McGonagle right into a cactus patch. He managed to barely avoid landing right on some cactuses, then let out a few cartoon-like squeals as he quickly dodged several crotch-high cacti in a row: (h/t Download Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Here’s how you can help the Alabama tornado victims

(CNN)The deadly tornadoes that struck Alabama on Sunday killed at least 23 people and injured dozens more. Search and rescue crews are still looking for the missing in the rubble. You can also give to the Alabama Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund which provides money to families in the long run after disaster strikes. If you live in the area, you can list yourself “safe and well” on the Red Cross website or call the Family Connect line at (866) 535-5654. If a friend or family member is missing, you can register them on the Lee County, Alabama, Emergency Management Agency’s website. CNN’s Impact Your World will update this article if we find other ways you can help the victims of …

Bobby From ‘Queer Eye’ Is In A Twitter Feud With Meghan McCain! Look! – Perez Hilton

Meghan McCain is supposed to be the conservative voice on The View. But being conservative doesn’t have to mean being like Donald Trump — you know, always playing the victim, creating confusion with whataboutism, and using your own “alternative facts.” And unfortunately that’s what the host has been doing WAY too much of lately, and she finally got busted on it this week — by one of the stars of Queer Eye! Video: Queer Eye Season 3 Trailer During an interview segment with Democratic presidential hopeful Jay Inslee on Monday, Meghan went after an apparent pet peeve of hers: politicians talking about plans to save the world from man-made climate change. Here’s the video of that: We’ll save you the time and some of the …

This Guy From Switzerland Left A Prestigious Job, Sold All His Things And Moved To Africa To Rescue Mutilated Animals

By now we have read many stories about people who decide to give up everything – their comfort, luxurious flat, a well-paid office job and other perks of having a comfortable life – in order to escape the ordinary, travel around the world and live a ‘real’ life. Let’s admit that we envy those people for their courage, we think that they are lucky because they had the right circumstances or simply had enough money to do that. Who would argue against endless holidays, the feeling of adventure, new experiences and traveling the whole world? 26-year-old Swiss man Dean Schneider proves that you don’t need the right circumstances or a lot of money to live your dream. The only thing …

Woman charged over death of baby girl

A woman has been charged with the murder of a three-month-old baby girl in south London. The Metropolitan Police said officers were called by London Ambulance Service to a home in Croydon shortly before 12:00 GMT on Saturday. The baby was found unresponsive and taken to hospital. She died about an hour later. A 40-year-old woman, who police said knew the baby, is due to appear at Bromley Magistrates Court on Monday.

The Mystery Of The Cryptocurrency CEOs Death Just Got Murkier

At the beginning of February, it was reported that the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX, Gerald Cotten, died in India in December. The news was widely reported on for one particular reason, he was the only person to have the passphrase to the virtual currency holdings of 115,000 customers, equating to an expected total of $137 million in cryptocurrency. Right after the news was announced, many began to speculate that he might have faked his own death. And the latest information will probably add to this idea. Cotten’s death led to the closure of QuadrigaCX, which auditor E&Y was put in charge of. The investigators managed to access Cotten’s laptop, but the digital wallets that should have held the cryptocurrency were empty. In …

One Doctors Awkward Decision To Write His Name On His Scrub Cap Is Changing Safety In Hospitals Around The World

We get so used to our everyday lives, we rarely stop to question the simple things. After all, if they remained the same for so long, is it possible to improve them even more? Well… Yes. In an attempt to avoid confusion during surgical operations, Australian anesthetist Dr. Rob Hackett decided to wear a scrub cap with his name on: “Rob … Anaesthetist.” Image credits: PatientSafe Network in response to concerns about how easily avoidable mistakes and poor communication are contributing to rising adverse events for our patients,” Dr. Hackett told Bored Panda. “It has been adopted around the world with studies from the US and UK demonstrating how this simple idea can decrease human errors in healthcare.” At first, …

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Naomi Osaka honored with doll as Barbie celebrates 60th birthday

(CNN)Two grand slam titles, the world No. 1 spot and now Naomi Osaka has been honored by Barbie. She said: “Recently a lot of parents have been coming up to me and telling me that their kids look up to me, those words literally blew me away. I was honestly so shocked and felt this huge responsibility because I remember how important my role models are. “Fast forward a few days and I’m here at Indian Wells, I see all these kids that look so happy to see me and they ask for pictures and autographs … Honestly I wanted to cry because my heart feels so full in these moments and I realize that it isn’t just about tennis, …

Hannity’s laughable Trump-Reagan comparison on summit

(CNN)Hours after the Hanoi Summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un melted down, the President’s defenders were pushing a face-saving historic parallel by drawing comparisons to Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev’s 1986 impasse at Reykjavik, Iceland, which was later seen as a turning point in the Cold War. The Republican rule still seems to be: When in doubt, cite Reagan. Sign up for our new newsletter. Join us on Twitter and Facebook Again, no deal is better than a bad deal. With the explosive Michael Cohen hearings occurring in the US, there must have been a temptation to draw media attention away from the serious accusations leveled by the president’s former enforcer. Trump ultimately resisted that …

Sen. Amy Klobuchar takes the self-deprecating route to entertain Gridiron guests

(CNN)Sen. Amy Klobuchar addressed the quirkiest story to emerge about her since she announced her presidential candidacy right out of the gate. She went after another elephant in the room by addressing media reports claiming she often berated her staff. “So when Jerry called me about tonight, he asked, ‘Do you need a microphone or do you just prefer to yell at everyone?’” she said. “I said microphone,” Klobuchar deadpanned. Klobuchar was invited to address the annual white-tie, invitation-only affair hosted by Washington’s journalism establishment, along with her Republican colleague, Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana. A relative newcomer to the Congress, Kennedy’s folksy, quick-witted sound bites have garnered attention. In a town known for its backbiting politics rather than its …