Cameron Wilson: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) | Twitter

My longest and most dedicated relationship is with the internet. I love it. I love that we’ve given every single person on the earth the power to access and contribute to the world’s knowledge. I love that we mostly use it to watch other people meltdown or occasionally meltdown ourselves. Continue Reading

‘Self-driving’ cars could get green light for use on UK motorways this year | Self-driving cars

Motorists could legally allow their cars to “self-drive” on British motorways later this year – but only slowly, the government has announced. Drivers could soon be allowed to read a newspaper or watch a film via the car’s built-in screen in periods of slow-moving traffic, using automated lane-keeping system (Alks) Continue Reading

Threshold review – road trip out of hell in iPhone horror | Film

In some corner of a US nowheresville town, sad-sack musician-schoolteacher Leo (Joey Millin) gets a call from his mom begging him to pick up his screw-up of a sister Virginia (Madison West). Virginia has had an on-off problem with drugs that ruined a once promising law career. Leo is sceptical Continue Reading

Alphabet: revenue soars for Google owner as Covid lockdown boom continues | Alphabet

Google’s parent company, Alphabet, more than doubled its profits to a record $17.9bn (£12.9bn) in the first quarter, as the lockdown-enforced surge in the use of digital services fuels an advertising boom for the Silicon Valley giant. The performance smashed Wall Street’s expectations, with profits jumping 162% year on year Continue Reading

Cybercriminals Widely Abusing Excel 4.0 Macro to Distribute Malware – Tempemail

Threat actors are increasingly adopting Excel 4.0 documents as an initial stage vector to distribute malware such as ZLoader and Quakbot, according to new research. The findings come from an analysis of 160,000 Excel 4.0 documents between November 2020 and March 2021, out of which more than 90% were classified Continue Reading

New Pokémon Snap review – chilled photography game could be snappier | Games

Pokémon is nominally about collecting and battling cute monsters, but, like most children’s fiction that has stood the test of time, these games draw you into an interesting and believable place – one where kids can live their dreams and humans exist in harmony with quirky creatures. It’s a universe Continue Reading

F5 BIG-IP Found Vulnerable to Kerberos KDC Spoofing Vulnerability – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers on Wednesday disclosed a new bypass vulnerability in the Kerberos Key Distribution Center (KDC) security feature impacting F5 Big-IP application delivery services. “The KDC Spoofing vulnerability allows an attacker to bypass the Kerberos authentication to Big-IP Access Policy Manager (APM), bypass security policies and gain unfettered access to Continue Reading

Cricket unites to join English football’s weekend boycott of social media | Cricket- Tempemail

English and Welsh cricket will join this weekend’s boycott of social media by football clubs and players in a show of solidarity against online racism and discrimination. The England and Wales Cricket Board will be joined by all 18 first-class counties, the eight women’s regional teams and the Professional Cricketers’ Continue Reading

Attention! FluBot Android Banking Malware Spreads Quickly Across Europe – Tempemail

Attention, Android users! A banking malware capable of stealing sensitive information is “spreading rapidly” across Europe, with the U.S. likely to be the next target. According to a new analysis by Proofpoint, the threat actors behind FluBot (aka Cabassous) have branched out beyond Spain to target the U.K., Germany, Hungary, Continue Reading