Scientists find protein that could help people erase bad memories- Tempemail

Researchers have discovered a protein that could be used to indicate whether people’s emotions and their memories can be changed or even forgotten. Long-term memories are divided into two categories: fact-based memory, such as names, places, and events, and instinctive memory such as emotions or skills. Instinctive memories can be Continue Reading

Timothée Chalamet’s Wonka: is it so wrong to find him scrumdiddlyumptious? | Film- Tempemail

In a sentence I never thought I’d ever write, Timothée Chalamet has revealed his Wonka on Instagram. Chalamet is, of course, currently filming the Willy Wonka movie prequel, and his post last night gave the world its first look at this new iteration. Judging by the internet, there are essentially Continue Reading

Social media abuse of plus-sized models encourages women to be more abusive, researchers find- Tempemail

Women are more likely to leave a negative comment on a social media image of a plus-sized model if the image has already received negative comments, a new study has found. Researchers conducted an experiment among 92 female Australian university students who were shown four Facebook photos of plus-sized models. Continue Reading

Researchers Find New Evidence Linking Diavol Ransomware to TrickBot Gang – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed details about an early development version of a nascent ransomware strain called Diavol that has been linked to threat actors behind the infamous TrickBot syndicate. The latest findings from IBM X-Force show that the ransomware sample shares similarities to other malware that has been attributed to Continue Reading

Social media trains people to be morally outraged, Yale researchers find- Tempemail

A high number of ‘likes’ or ‘shares’ on social media posts incentivizes people to become morally outraged, Yale researchers have found. “Social media’s incentives are changing the tone of our political conversations online,” said Yale’s William Brady, a postdoctoral researcher in the Yale Department of Psychology who worked with associate Continue Reading

Cybercriminals Hold $115,000-Prize Contest to Find New Cryptocurrency Hacks – Tempemail

A top Russian-language underground forum has been running a “contest” for the past month, calling on its community to submit “unorthodox” ways to conduct cryptocurrency attacks. The forum’s administrator, in an announcement made on April 20, 2021, invited members to submit papers that assess the possibility of targeting cryptocurrency-related technology, Continue Reading

Apple’s Find My Network Can be Abused to Exfiltrate Data From Nearby Devices – Tempemail

Latest research has demonstrated a new exploit that enables arbitrary data to be uploaded from devices that are not connected to the Internet by simply sending “Find My Bluetooth” broadcasts to nearby Apple devices. “It’s possible to upload arbitrary data from non-internet-connected devices by sending Find My [Bluetooth Low Energy] Continue Reading

‘I couldn’t be with someone who liked Jack Reacher’: can our taste in books help us find love? | Books

“He mentioned in his bio that he liked Virginia Woolf and I was like, ‘Ah! The dream boy,” says Francesca, 34, who met her boyfriend Andy on Tinder. They spent two years as friends, exchanging books and chatting about Mrs Dalloway, until one day Francesca had a revelation during lockdown: Continue Reading

Researchers Find Additional Infrastructure Used By SolarWinds Hackers – Tempemail

The sprawling SolarWinds cyberattack which came to light last December was known for its sophistication in the breadth of tactics used to infiltrate and persist in the target infrastructure, so much so that Microsoft went on to call the threat actor behind the campaign “skillful and methodic operators who follow Continue Reading

Shadow and Bone star Jessie Mei Li: ‘Fans find out everything’ | Television- Tempemail

Jessie Mei Li currently inhabits a weird stratum of celebrity. At 25 years old, her biggest screen credit to date has been a single episode of the Channel 5 docudrama Banged Up Abroad. She hasn’t worked for a year. And yet, at the same time, a growing portion of the Continue Reading