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Let Joe Know: Your computer may still be vulnerable to cyber attack

Europol said a special task force at its European Cybercrime Centre was "specially created to assist in such investigations and will play an important role in supporting the investigation". The malware has been exploiting the vulnerabilities of Microsoft computer operating systems, especially Windows XP. The companies and government agencies targeted were diverse. Lire la suite »

Expert finds more possible North Korea links to cyberattack

Figuring that out could yield important clues to the identity of its authors. Thet mostly infect older versions of Microsoft software that has not been recently updated. Neel Mehta, a security researcher at Google , first highlighted the link in an obscure tweet which pointed to sections of identical code in both the WannaCry malware and a 2015 sample of code from Lazarus. Lire la suite »

Israel urges United States to transfer embassy to Jerusalem

Since taking office, Trump has backed away from his campaign pledge to move the embassy to Jerusalem, saying now that he is still studying the issue. Trump had promised during the presidential campaign to move the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which would upend US policy in the Middle East. Lire la suite »

Delphi joins BMW-Intel-Mobileye autonomous car partnership


Delphi Chief Technology Officer Glen De Vos said in a call with reporters Tuesday that it won't be the only systems integrator for the BMW , Intel and Mobileye partnership. At Level 3, systems can handle many driving tasks but require monitoring from humans capable of retaking control if needed. The group said at the time that other companies were welcome to come on board too. Lire la suite »

Suspect taken into custody after jumping bike rack near White House fence


The incident took place shortly after 4 p.m. on a day of tension at the White House over reports that President Donald Trump disclosed secret information to Russian officials. Mr Erdogan had left before the lockdown. In March, 26-year-old Jonathan Tran jumped three fences and remained undetected on the White House grounds for 17 full minutes. Lire la suite »

Trump says he had 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) told the Washington Post he would not comment on the report until he knows more about it. The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. The U.S. officials told Reuters that while the president has the authority to disclose even the most highly classified information at will, in this case he did so without consulting the ally that provided it, which threatens to jeopardize a long-standing intelligence-sharing agreement. Lire la suite »

Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting

Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies also accuse Tehran of supporting the Shia Houthi militia group in Yemen , which overran much of that country in 2014. Both want to guarantee the flow of oil through the Persian Gulf. The Bloomberg news agency reported on Thursday that Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund could invest up to $ 40 billion in U.S. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom re-enters top 10 for renewables attractiveness

This is primarily due to a combination of strong government support and increasingly attractive economics, EY said in a statement. In contrast, China has committed to spending $363bn on renewable power capacity by 2020, helping to create 13 million new jobs, and India plans to build 175GW on renewable energy generation by 2022. Lire la suite »

PM Modi congratulates South Korean President Moon Jae


The White House says Trump spoke with President Moon Jae-in to congratulate him on his election victory and his country's "peaceful, democratic transition of power". The U.S. side comprised Suzanne DiMaggio at the New America think tank, former United Nations ambassador Thomas Pickering, retired four-star Adm. William Fallon and former State Department nuclear negotiator Robert Einhorn. Lire la suite »

Britain's Labour unveils 'radical' election manifesto

Mr Corbyn reiterated key pledges , including ruling out rises in VAT and National Insurance while also noting income tax will not rise for 95% of workers. Reacting to the Labour Party's launch on Twitter, the Conservatives said Corbyn would bring in "chaos" with higher taxes. "It's clear that proposal after proposal in this manifesto will mean more borrowing and debt: from promises on benefits, to promises on prison guards, to promises on nationalizing the water network", chief secretary to ... Lire la suite »

North Korea May Be Linked To WannaCry Ransomware, Researchers Say


The United States would consider talks with North Korea if it halts all nuclear and ballistic missile tests, Washington's envoy to the United Nations said on Tuesday, as the UN Security Council weighed new sanctions on Pyongyang. North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Sunday that landed in the sea near Russian Federation, which experts said signalled major advances in developing an intercontinental ballistic missile that could target the United States. Lire la suite »

Officials in Florida debate fate of Confederate statue


Local media reported that Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer suggested moving the statue to a nearby cemetery, where there already is an area set aside for Confederate soldiers. These statues are subject to various interpretations. "While others perceive them as a symbol of White Supremacy". Commissioners in a major Florida city are discussing whether a statue recognizing Confederate veterans should be removed from a downtown park. Lire la suite »

Uber Driver Shot by Possible Former Soldier: Dallas Police


The suspect is believed to be an Army veteran possibly suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, police said. Police said an intoxicated man called for a ride home and for some reason chose to show the Uber driver his handgun. The shooter, who was nearby, saw this and opened fire because he suspected a crime was being committed. When officers arrived, police said the shooter was giving first aid to the victim. Lire la suite »

Senate intelligence committee seeks information on Trump's meeting with Russians


Sergey Kislyak. Of course, the US has had problematic intelligence situations with the rest of the world in the past. That could result in a mole hunt for sources helping the US and its allies. If true, the breach was ill-timed, coming a day after Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey, who was leading an investigation into Russian meddling in the presidential election. Lire la suite »

Expected rain, snow prompts flood watch in parts of Wyoming


That could cause trouble for tree limbs with new leaves, young plants, power lines and building roofs. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Lower Clark Fork regions above 4,000 feet, including Lookout Pass and Evaro Hill. The Missoula and Bitterroot valleys may have slushy snow on the ground for the Wednesday morning commute times. By Thursday, the low pressure system should move to the southeast and return western Montana to more seasonable temperatures. Lire la suite »

BBC presenter touches a Jeremy Corbyn supporter's BREAST


However Mr Brown was not willing to deal with her verbally, and instead tried to push her physically out of the shot - but his hand was planted firmly on her breast. Brown, who is a presenter for the BBC's rolling newslater said the incident had been "completely unintentional". BBC officials, meanwhile, declined to confirm if they had received any complaints about Brown's actions, but said no action would be taken since Brown conduct was "clearly an accident", The Guardian reports . Lire la suite »

UN Security Council condemns N. Korea missile test, vows sanctions


But on Sunday , the White House said in a statement that the missile launch should serve as a "call for all nations to implement far stronger sanctions against North Korea". The Security Council first imposed sanctions on North Korea in 2006 and has stiffened them in response to its five nuclear tests and two long-range rocket launches. Lire la suite »

Uber really wants to be your one-stop transit app


For example, say you live in Queens, New York, you can take an Uber to the train station and then take the train to Manhattan - avoiding insane traffic. If it's going to create an viable alternative to owning a auto, that means acknowledging that riders can't (or just won't) always use its service for the entire length of a trip. Lire la suite »

Uber integrates Transit app to give users public transportation details


The update should do well for those living in big cities, like San Francisco and NY, and will keep travelers from switching from app to app while traveling. "Our integration with Uber is a flawless match, as we both envision a future in which every journey is shared using a combination of transit options", wrote Transit COO Jake Sion, in a blog post. Lire la suite »

Not diplomatic: Boar chases British ambassador in Austria


Leigh Turner, 58, was walking through a park just outside Vienna when he spotted a group of around 25 wild boar crossing his path a few hundred feet in front of him. "By the time I turned round, the boar [no doubt thinking "that's got rid of that swine"] had trotted back to join the rest of the group, which was melting back into the forest", he said. Lire la suite »