How Deepfakes Are Powering a New Type of Cyber Crime

Making deepfakes is getting easier, and they’re more convincing than ever. Cybercriminals are using video and audio deepfakes to extort money from victims by adding a credible “fake authenticity” to their scams.

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Friday, July 23, 2021 - 8:00am
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How to Schedule Slack Messages

Being able to schedule an email or message to send at a later time is useful for productivity. You can set up important dates in advance or add a reminder for your teammates. If you are working remotely and with colleagues across time zones. you can schedule your messages so everyone in the team gets it on time. Slack has this nifty “Schedule for later” option that allows you to schedule your messages.
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Thursday, July 22, 2021 - 8:25pm
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How to Move Your Photos from Google to Amazon Photos

Most people are aware of the free photo storage offered by Google. However, many Amazon users, even those who are Amazon Prime subscribers, don’t realize that Amazon has free unlimited photo storage, even for full-resolution RAW image files. If you would like to move your Google photos to Amazon Photos, there isn’t a direct transfer feature available. You’ll need to download them from Google and move them into the Amazon account.
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Friday, July 23, 2021 - 1:25am
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Install the latest version of the Docker engine to avoid vulnerabilities

If you're a container developer, you should always have the latest version of the runtime engines you use. Jack Wallen shows you how to get that most up-to-date version of Docker installed.
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Thursday, July 22, 2021 - 11:19am
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Scammers offer streaming services, giveaways and a fake cyber currency to cash in on the Olympic Games

Kaspersky's analysis found that cybercriminals are getting extra creative with the latest campaigns designed to harvest credentials.
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Thursday, July 22, 2021 - 12:38pm
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Perseverance set for its first sample on Mars, but bring a snack because it's going to take a while

Neil Armstrong's first lunar sample collection took three minutes and 35 seconds. Let's just say Percy is taking a slow and steady pace with its first attempt.
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Thursday, July 22, 2021 - 2:15pm
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