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Most Kubernetes API servers are exposed to the public Internet

Most Kubernetes API servers are exposed to the public Internet

Shadowserver Foundation researchers have discovered more than 380,000 open Kubernetes API servers on the Internet. This represents 84% ​​of all global instances of the Kubernetes API observable online. The research was conducted across an IPv4 infrastructure using HTTP GET requests. The researchers did not conduct any disruptive checks to pinpoint the level of exposure that …

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Deep internet cables could help sense the distant rumors of earthquakes

Deep internet cables could help sense the distant rumors of earthquakes

The ocean covers more than two-thirds of the earth’s surface. For seismologists, oceanographers and others who want to constantly monitor the movements of our planet, this is a problem. The seas can be dark and muddy places where important data is difficult to obtain – about things like earthquakes and seismic hazards. But the fact …

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How addictive Internet applications penetrate the rewards of our brains

How addictive Internet applications penetrate the rewards of our brains

Can we become addicted to the internet? This is an issue discussed in a new review article published in Science from prof. Matthias Brand of the University of Duisburg-Essen. The latest revision of the WHO Compendium on Global Health, the International Classification of Diseases (ICD), includes for the first time two types of addiction related …

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Internet of medical affairs [IoMT] The market is on the rise and will reach USD 204.56 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 32.1% |  Here is a detailed MDC research study

Internet of medical affairs [IoMT] The market is on the rise and will reach USD 204.56 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 32.1% | Here is a detailed MDC research study

Market data center Internet of Medical Things Supplier evaluation in the market (company profiles, market position, strategy, recent developments, capability and product offerings / mapping), technology evaluation (development and economic impact), partner and customer ecosystem (product services, supply and key functions ) Competitiveness Index & Regional FootPrint from MDC Research Pune, 19 May 2022 (GLOBE …

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Michael Gosney, an early Internet philosopher who introduced Ken Kesey to technology pioneers in San Francisco, died at the age of 67.

Michael Gosney, an early Internet philosopher who introduced Ken Kesey to technology pioneers in San Francisco, died at the age of 67.

Michael Gosney was a seventh grade student in Shawnee, Canada during Human Be-In on January 14, 1967 and unfortunately missed it. But on the 25th anniversary of this historic day at Golden Gate Park, Gosney gave his own modern flair by producing the Digital Be-In. This hippie encounter with technicians at the South of Market …

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Michael Gosney, an early Internet philosopher who introduced Ken Kesey to technology pioneers in San Francisco, died at the age of 67.

Michael Gosney, an early Internet philosopher who introduced Ken Kesey to technology pioneers in San Francisco, died at the age of 67.

Michael Gosney was a seventh grade student in Shawnee, Canada during Human Be-In on January 14, 1967 and unfortunately missed it. But on the 25th anniversary of this historic day at Golden Gate Park, Gosney gave his own modern flair by producing the Digital Be-In. This hippie encounter with technicians at the South of Market …

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“Catastrophic failure”: computer scientist Hana Farid on why videos are circulating on the Internet with violence

IAs a result of further racially motivated shooting, which has been broadcast live on social networks, technology companies are facing new questions about their ability to effectively moderate their platforms. PaytonGendron, an 18-year-old gunman who killed 10 people in a predominantly township in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday broadcast his violent rampage on the video …

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Point / Counterpoint: Protecting Minnesota children online could worsen the Internet and social media for all

Point / Counterpoint: Protecting Minnesota children online could worsen the Internet and social media for all

At this session, the Minnesota Legislature quickly passed a bill to protect children online. However, the proposal would probably bother internet users and encourage unnecessary data collection. Digital ecosystems pose real and significant risks to children, who must avoid threats such as obscene content and sexual exploitation. In Minnesota, state lawmakers tried to solve this …

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Spider-Man No Way Home sneakers and Back To The Future sneakers are shown over a colorful background.

The famous movie sneakers can be yours thanks to the new internet search engine

The only vendor launches Netkicks, an interactive online tool that allows fans to search for sneakers of their favorite movie characters. Buying iconic shoes from popular movies such as Spider-Man: No Way Home, Back to the Future and Forrest Gump is now easier than ever thanks to Netkicks. Netkicks is a shoe-focused search engine created …

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