Day: April 5, 2019

Get the smell out of here! Gaming tournament bans players who raise a literal stink

YuGiOh takes brave stance of requesting basic hygiene in competitions Competitive YuGiOh players have been given a literal breath of fresh air, thanks to new rules mandating anyone in a competitive game not reek.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

BBEdit Returns To the Mac App Store

Bare Bones Software this week announced the return of BBEdit, a popular text, code, and markup editor, to the Mac App Store after a nearly five year hiatus. Bare Bones Software: When the Mac App Store debuted in 2011, BBEdit was one of its first products available for sale. However, due to technical and business…

Researchers track Facebook groups acting as ‘online criminal flea markets’ – CNET

An intelligence firm compiles a list of 74 groups that buy and sell stolen credit card information pretty much right out in the open. …read more Source:: CNet

Want to hang out with criminals but can’t be bothered to download Tor? Try Faceboook

Network that can’t control ads or content turns out to have trouble with illegal activity Dozens of groups composed of around 385,000 people convened to discuss and participate in dubious or illegal services – not on the dark web but on Facebook – according to Cisco’s Talos security team.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

12 Years After It Was Notified, Firefox To Add Full Protection Against ‘Login Prompt’ Spam

Twelve years after it was first notified of the issue, Mozilla has finally shipped a fix this week that will prevent abusive websites — usually tech support scam sites — from flooding users with non-stop “authentication required” login popups and prevent users from leaving or closing their browsers. From a report: The fix has been…

Verizon defends its 5G network’s rocky start, throws shade at AT&T and T-Mobile – CNET

Carriers like Verizon are playing the long 5G game, but early adopters are stuck with severe growing pains. …read more Source:: CNet

Cisco Finally Patches Router Bugs As New Unpatched Flaws Surface

Cisco repatched its RV320 and RV325 routers against two high-severity vulnerabilities, but at the same time reported two new medium-severity bugs with no fixes. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Ford’s readying a new flavor of Mustang, could it be a new SVO? – Roadshow

The Blue Oval may be cooking up a hotter base Mustang that people will actually want to buy. …read more Source:: CNet

Recreating Classic Model Kits With Modern Tech

It used to be that if you wanted to make a nice scale model of an airplane, you’d be building the frame out of thin balsa ribs and covering it all up with tissue paper. Which incidentally was more or less how they built most real airplanes prior to the 1930s, so it wasn’t completely…

Azure support arrives in Spinnaker, Azure DevOps rocks up in the UK

This is local storage for local people Developers targeting Azure with Spinnaker have had their lives made a little easier this week, as deployments to Microsoft’s cloud got integrated into the delivery platform, and Microsoft also had news to interest Blighty-bound devs.… …read more Source:: TheRegister