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Social media influencers agree to change the way they post

BBC Technology News - 1 hour 10 min ago
Vlogger Zoella and pop star Rita Ora must declare if they are paid or sponsored.

Q. China just landed on its far side, the US woz there 50 years ago – now Europe wants to mine it. A. It's the Moon

The Register - 1 hour 24 min ago
Plus: Potential meteoroid snapped crashing into surface during total lunar eclipse

Pic Within the next six years, the European Space Agency hopes to drill into the Moon and extract oxygen and water, paving the way for folks to eventually live on the rocky satellite.…

Oracle robbed just about anyone who wasn't a pasty white male of $400m, says Uncle Sam

The Register - 1 hour 45 min ago
Lucrative govt IT contracts at risk in discrim legal battle

The US Department of Labor has doubled-down on Oracle, accusing the IT giant of “stark patterns of discrimination” against women and minorities since 2013.…

GoDaddy weakness let bomb threat scammers hijack thousands of big-name domains

Ars Technica - 2 hours 12 min ago

(credit: Alejandro Mejía Greene (flickr user: ·júbilo·haku·))

Remember the December 13 email blast that threatened to blow up buildings and schools unless recipients paid a $20,000 ransom? It triggered mass evacuations, closures, and lockdowns in the US, Canada, and elsewhere around the world.

An investigation shows the spam run worked by abusing a weakness at GoDaddy that allowed the scammers to hijack at least 78 domains belonging to Expedia, Mozilla, Yelp and other legitimate people or organizations. The same exploit allowed the scammers to hijack thousands of other domains belonging to a long list of other well-known organizations for use in other malicious email campaigns. Some of those other campaigns likely included ones that threatened to publish embarrassing sex videos unless targets paid ransoms.

Distributing the malicious emails across such a broad swath of reputable domains belonging to well-recognized organizations was a major coup. The technique, known as snowshoe spamming, drastically increased the chances the emails would be delivered because it weakened the reputation metrics spam filters rely on. Rather than appearing as fringe content sent by one or a handful of sketchy domains, the snowshoe technique gave the emails an air of legitimacy and normalcy. The technique gets it name because, like snowshoes, it distributes the heavy load evenly across a wide area.

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John McAfee plans to run for president 'in exile' using thousands of masked doppelgangers - CNET

cNET.com - News - 2 hours 18 min ago
The crypto-enthusiast has donned a wig, jumped on a boat and is now on the run from the IRS. But that won’t stop his 2020 presidential campaign.

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