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If You Are a Gamer, You Might Be Helping Hackers Get Crypto Rich

Cryptojacking is a growing problem and gamers are particularly being targeted by malware that uses their computers to mine for cryptocurrencies, according to a recent study published by security firm Avast. According to research, cyber criminals are targeting gamers with a cryptocurrency malware called ‘Cracknosh’. Cracknosh was installed on gamers’ systems when free versions of …

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Airtel Black Programme Launched to Let Users Combine Multiple Services

The New Delhi-based telecom operator on Friday launched Airtel Black at a virtual conference as a new program to integrate postpaid, direct-to-home (DTH) and fiber services under a single bill for its customers. Telco users will be allowed to bundle two or more of its services together with features such as a customer care number …

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Robinhood Reveals Breakneck Growth, Legal Pitfalls in IPO Filing

On Thursday, Robinhood launched its expected IPO as it revealed the rapid growth of its trading app users in a filing, and also raised a kind of flag of investigation by prosecutors and regulators. The company is aiming for a িয়ন 40 billion (approximately Rs 2,97,900 crore) IPO valuation under this year’s investigation following the …

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Research ship works to predict the next ‘big one’ as West Coast overdue for earthquake

California has unveiled an earthquake warning system The new system transmits earthquake alerts via an app and wireless system that issues amber alerts; Insights from Richard Allen, Director of Seismological Labs at UC Berkeley. A team of scientists is working to obtain sharp images taken from the Cassadia subduction zone – a fault line that …

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