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"maur" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"maur" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Caroline levitt speaks to a local New Hampshire ABC network after being declared the winner in the New Hampshire first congressional district primary play cut 80. I am so humbled and honored to be considered the Republican nominee for my home district. This was a historic and extraordinary victory tonight. You know, like I said in my speech a year ago I got into this race. Not many people believed in me outside of my family and friends in this district. Almost no one believed in her. I know many of you supported her. But she almost, she would have lost if Donald Trump would have endorsed maurs because of all these suppression polls and this fake dealing. Now, many of you are probably saying, why does Trump endorse that person? Why does he do that? Sometimes there's very bad people around him that are being paid by these campaigns that are putting forward fake polls and artificial agendas to take advantage of you. It was a massive victory. Last evening. And this is why they have to go after Mike lindell. This is why they have to go after Boris Epstein. This is why they have to go after Victoria Thompson. This is why they have to go after John eastman. This is why they have to go after all these different people. Because they see that this conservative movement, America first movement, whatever you want to call it, is unstoppable. It is a true threat. To the uni party's goal of the great reset, as articulated by Klaus Schwab. And Caroline levitt had everything against her. I want you, I hope you all understand. And you should be furious about this. That we are in a moment in time where we are 25 days out from ballots and what 53 days out from voting, something like that, no 54 55 will get the number. Election day. And the Republican establishment spent a combined $10 million if you count the Senate and the House races to try to prop up establishment candidates. That was $10 million probably could have been spent. I don't know helping Adam laxalt and Nevada helping Blake masters in Arizona helping JD Vance and Ohio, helping Ted bud in North Carolina, helping Ron Johnson in Wisconsin boy does he need it. I could pick ten amazing house candidates in tough races that need that money. A lot more than spending $6 million against Caroline levitt, so Caroline levitt is now going to have to re raise money against a very slippery treacherous Democrat Pappas. We're going to do everything we possibly can at turning point action and Tyler is going to have everything he can at turning point pack in the whole strategy there to help Caroline leavitt because the Republican establishment just literally did a bonfire of ten $1 million that could have been spent on anything but going against Caroline leavitt and the Brigadier general. I think his name is bold dick. Is that right? Phenomenal candidate in New Hampshire being smeared by the media, great man, hope he wins. We're gonna help him any way we can. But the establishment uni party doesn't like those type of candidates. They can't control them. And the excuse they'll give is like, oh, Caroline levitt is gonna lose in the general election. Oh, you mean just like how Ron DeSantis did? Caroline levitt is gonna be a very difficult candidate for Pappas to run against. To give an idea $6 million spent in that district is $80 per voter. They could have mailed an envelope with just $50 cash to every voter. And it would have been more economical. That's the Republican establishment that is spending some of your money that you donate. With those incessant demands, give us money, give us money so we could go spend $10 million against baldick and against Caroline leavitt all about. The takeaway is that there are members of the Republican establishment that don't want a red wave to come into November. And there's one person in the U.S. Senate that certainly doesn't want a red wave. And he made the most bizarre legislative introduction yesterday that I've ever seen. And we're going to go right after him. I'm talking about Lindsey Graham. Wait till you hear about this. Congratulations, Caroline levitt, huge victory, big for our movement. And if any of you are looking for candidates to support, she needs to replenish her coffers. It's Caroline for Congress. Caroline with a K, Caroline for Congress dot com after having $6 million of our own party spent against her..

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"maur" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"maur" Discussed on WTOP

"1208, get a precision AC tune up for only $69. Michael and son. Now traffic and weather on the 8s, Rita Kessler and the WTO traffic center. Watch for delays in Virginia first in the eastbound direction of 66 after the fairfax county Parkway headed pass route 50 watch for work taking Elaine. Also inside the beltway trying to make your way toward Lee wrote where there may be a work zone as well. Southbound 95 slows crossing the arc of Quan and passing the Prince William Parkway, then from 6 ten garrisonville wrote off and on passing courthouse road. Northbound 95 delays approaching and passing route three, then after 17 headed past the centerport Parkway, keep an eye out for what could be a mobile crew moving along that stretch, then you slow again from Dale City into woodbridge, but once you cross the aqua, you're good through newington and Springfield, on to three 95 to an across the 14th street bridge. One 23 or ox road near lorton road is a report of a wreck. You'll also find on the beltway the outer loop local lanes at route one in Alexandria the work in the right lane. The inner loop before 66 the right side was blocked with a work crew, and in Maryland, it is the inner loop with the delay passing Richie maur borough road, so watch for a work crew there. In Maryland eastbound 28 norbeck road near Bauer drive you were under police direction for the crash. We also had a wreck on Georgia avenue at Aspen Hill road, three O one at smallwood drive in Waldorf, the left side was blocked with the crash, while westbound 50 is now slow near Cox creek trying to make your way onto the westbound span of the bay bridge, the left lane of three is blocked with the work eastbound, both of your lanes are open. Visit fit small dot com to find a safe used car if it's Gerald as hundreds of cars trucks and SUVs. Next to a new car if it's way used car is best, visit fit small dot com today. I'm Rita Kessler, WTO traffic. Let's get your forecast from storm T four's Lauren ricketts. Lots of clouds around today in temperatures below normal we're headed only into the 70s a day. Now mostly clouds, you can see a few pops of

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"maur" Discussed on Asian American History 101

Asian American History 101

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"maur" Discussed on Asian American History 101

"Later resulted in the word richta, which translates to noodles. So there are researchers who feel that noodles may have come from the Middle East and spread to both Italy and China. All that said, the strongest evidence is that noodles originated in China and spread via the Silk Road trade route by Arab people. The spread is in question, but the tangible history of noodles is undisputed. In 1999, archeologists digging around la gia around Minh heg county in the qinghai province actually found the remains of noodles and noodle bowl. Discovered among relics at the laja, archeological site, radio dating, put the noodles and bowl of noodles at about 4000 years old. So that means that not only were Chinese making noodles around the shadow dynasty, but they were crafting bowls as well to eat this staple. The noodles found were made of two types of millet, which makes sense because back then, this would have been one of the most utilized crops in the region. Fun fact, there is evidence that millet was cultivated as crop in China as far back as 7000 years ago. As you might guess, this is one of the oldest established pieces of evidence of the consumption of noodles anywhere across the world. In an interview, Ho yung Lu of the institute of geology and geophysics at Beijing's Chinese Academy of Sciences stated quote this is the earliest empirical evidence of noodles ever found. Interestingly, if you look for evidence in writing, then it isn't found until almost 2000 years after the physical evidence in the bowl. A Chinese dictionary from the third century AD mentions noodles, but back then, they were little bits of bread like dough that were boiled. A process that actually is very similar to a few modern dishes still eaten today called myan pien, thou shalt and maur duo. Me and Penn are square flat noodles, thou shalt are thick noodle shave with a knife and maur dwa, AKA cat's ear noodles look like, well, you guessed it, tiny ears. So what's this all mean? It's still tough to tell the actual origin of noodles. It definitely was eaten before it was written about, and in some cases, like the millet noodles in China, it was even long, long, long before its first mention in literature or books. With each region and country different ingredients and cooking methods may be introduced to personalize the dish. We see this with other dishes as well, like dumplings. We'll have to talk about that in a different episode though. China has a huge variety of noodles as we've mentioned. The main methods of noodle making in China include cutting sheets of raw dough, extruding it through machines to create thin noodles, peeling and boiling from a firm dent dough and pulling a softer dough and doubling it up over and over till they are thin strands, needing balls of dough into the shape desired, steaming a thin batter to make delicate sheets or flicking soft dough into boiling water. Depending on the region of China, you may see noodles made of wheat, rice, mung bean starch, millet, and even oat. So how did noodles spread throughout Asia then?.

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"maur" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Well, you got to hear longtime NBA referee Ken maur. Jason whitlock is a regular guest on Tucker Carlson's show. He's a sports guy. He's got a podcast. It's called fearless. And Ken mauer, the longtime NBA official, spent hours having to listen to the Black Lives Matter agenda. This is an NBA referee. Wants you to hear a little bit of this conversation. Cut one. This is powerful stuff. This is so impactful. And this is impacting companies, corporations, corporate America is terrified. Of the BLM routine. So listen to Jason whitlock, having a conversation with veteran NBA referee Ken mauer on Jason's podcast fearless. The MBA's political move promote unity or division within referees. Vision. And they won't like that I said that. And referees will not admit that. There is a call camera was before, right after Black Lives Matter, I can't remember, but I mean, after George Floyd, after the bubble, we had a conference call, and it was the entire MBA staff, some people from management, some people from the G league, some people from whatever supervisor, I don't, there was probably over a 150 people out or whatever. And the title of the call is Black Lives Matter was 5 hours and 26 minutes long. The title of the call. Black Lives Matter. MBA referees. Yes. Because you were going to referee the George Floyd trial or what? You know what? I don't know what kind of critical role. What precipitated the call, all I know is it was one of the worst experiences I had ever experienced as a professional referee because when one or two white referees tried to say something that was very one man said, gentlemen, I'm with you. I understand your situation. I don't understand your plight because I'm not black, but I've been with you for 30 years, 40 years. I understand, please, however, you can't possibly think what's going on with the writing and looting in Minneapolis is right. People just blew up on them. I mean, literally literally blew up. I mean, three or four or 5 people, I thought they were in their homes. It was on a Zoom, or probably going through and just berating this man for his because he said, because he said, rioting can't be defended. Can't possibly tell me that you agree with the rioting and the looting that's taking place in Minneapolis. I recorded the call. So, I mean, I mean, you can listen to yourself. And they just boom. And I just, so, very few white referee said anything on the call. And some of these, the black reference, they're great people. I mean, I just, you know, I wanted wasn't time to say anything, but I wanted to say, why this does not help us. This divides us. And yet, and everybody was filing their laundry, talking about things when they were pulled over and individual instances that they had had with policemen. It was, I just, it was just a session where you could all voice your whatever and I don't think it helped, I know it did. I mean, they can say whatever they want. They can hide whatever they want, but I know that it's not, it didn't help the staff come, it separated the staff. Isn't that something? And 5 hours and 26 minutes to hear why Black Lives Matter riots were okay. Ken mauer was talking about the rioting. Not talking about peaceful protest. And as we've said a million times on this show, God bless peaceful protest. I've said this over and over again if you were personally impacted by George Floyd's death and you wanted to take to the streets with a sign and you weren't vandalizing or assaulting cops or burning down buildings? God bless you. God bless people in the 60s. 50s. 40s. Who tried to protest against? Social injustice. And the racial inequities in America. Nothing wrong with peaceful protest. You start to harm somebody? You start to vandalize? You break buildings, you steal things, you're not a protester. You're not an activist. You're a criminal. And for an NBA referee like that, and you know the reason he's speaking out, this Ken mauer, we just read about it, he just ended his and this was one of the most respected referees in the National Basketball Association. If you're watching us today on the Salem news channel, you recognize him. I've seen him for years on NBA courts. He's gone. He's no longer an NBA referee. You know why? He wasn't going to take a vaccine. He wasn't going to adhere to their vaccine mandate. So now the NBA loses one of the most respected NBA officials ever..

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"maur" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

"Hey everybody rob maur here and today we're going to be looking a little bit more broadly at industry news. We've had other automakers start to report some year end things, so we'll take a look at that. And we also have some sector movement, some rotation today happening that I think worth spending some time on. Tesla stock was obviously down today while some other automakers were up so we'll take a look at that. We do also have some Tesla updates a few product related things a couple more things from analysts and some controversial news in China. Then we do have a couple other stories as well. All right, so after the big day yesterday Tesla today, giving back some of those gains, finishing down 4.2% to $1149 59 cents. The NASDAQ today was also down 1.3%. And I think here, the best place to start is looking at the Dao versus the NASDAQ. The Dow actually finishing up today 6 tenths of a percent. Anytime you see that, there's an indicator there that there's probably some sector rotation happening. That's reinforced if we look at the S&P 500 top performers of the day. Obviously, yesterday we had Tesla leading the pack there today. We've got Ford GM and then four oil and gas companies as the top 6 performers in the S&P 500 today. So you've got oil and gas up. You've got legacy auto up. You've got value stocks up, while growth is down. Definitely not surprising to see Tesla perform worse in that type of environment. I think that's also a very helpful context for Ford and GM because for Ford specifically I saw a lot of discussion today that Ford's increase had a lot to do with their announcements on electric vehicles. I'm sure that played a role, but even without that, I think they probably would have been up pretty significantly today. And I think GM is sort of evidence for that because GM really not the best new cycle for them today. As automakers have started to trickle in reporting of their Q four sales and therefore their annual sales, GM today has officially relinquished their sales leadership position in the United States to Toyota. They have held that number one ranking in market share in the U.S. for 90 years. That was after reporting USG four sales down 43%. And yet, the stock was the third best performer in the S&P today, up 7 and a half percent. So yeah, I definitely think macro influencers there. And likely for tessel then as well. And all that isn't to say that it's just macro. There's always a variety of factors, of course, and it's not like the chart for Tesla today just traced the chart for the NASDAQ or anything, even with a higher beta. There was some variance there. But I did just want to highlight some of those things because just like with Ford and tying the gain today to their EV announcements. I think a lot of times that focus on what's happening with one individual company and whatever headlines happen to be surrounding that company, tends to get a little bit of over attribution for what's going on with that stock. Now obviously sometimes it's very clear like what we had with Tessa yesterday, clearly a reaction to the delivery report, I'm just speaking more generally kind of day to day. That being said, I mentioned a couple of times forwards electric vehicle updates, not trying to diminish that news. So let's take a look at what they've announced..

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"maur" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

"Everybody, rob maur here and today we're of course going to be talking about the reaction to Tesla's fourth quarter delivery and production report. I went through my thoughts yesterday and today we've had a chance to see the market react, as well as analysts, so I'll spend some time on that just to kind of try to understand Wall Street's latest thoughts, then we also do have a couple of other stories. All right, so very, very strong day for Tesla today, obviously finishing up 13 and a half percent to close just below $1200 a share at $1199, 78 cents. This is the 5th highest close for Tesla stock all time, and I think with that, the Elon sale now and the structure of it completely forgotten about and all the hand wringing about that now. Already looking silly. With the game today, Tesla is actually the best performing stock in all the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 year to date. Obviously, that's just been today, but great way to start the year and we'll see if Tessa can maintain that spot throughout the year and maybe end it in the number one slot as well. Sometimes on big days like this it's nice to kind of take a look at the volume and volume wasn't actually too crazy today about 33 million shares traded so far. We'll see a little bit more in the after hours as well. But it's only been a couple of weeks since we have seen volume at 30 million shares or more. And just for some more context, the Q three delivery port, the day following that, created about 30.4 million. So only a little bit more than Q three. Even though this was obviously a much bigger beat. All right, so let's get into anal reaction. Obviously there's a bit of a spectrum here in terms of how valuable each annual report is, but I think in general, it's good to review these notes around the period of time, just to kind of get a sense for how Wall Street is collectively thinking about the numbers for shorter periods of time perception is equally if not even more important than what's fundamentally happening with the company and things like this help shape perception. So that being said one of the first notes I saw was from Alex Potter, piper Sandler. Of course, he was happy with the numbers Tesla reported as we talked about last night. I think this was universally ahead of each analyst expectation, and that works points out that, quote, with implied annualized production of 1.22 million units, Tesla's Q four run rate also suggests that 2022 consensus is too low. For reference, the current street expectation calls for 1.28 million deliveries in 2022. Tesla could achieve this target even if the company stopped adding capacity, which is unrealistic, recall that Tesla will be opening new factories in Germany and Texas this year..

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"maur" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons Podcast

"A barcode all the placement of all the individual little tiny blocks in the middle of that image conveys data and obviously the more of those little blocks that are in there. The more data it can convey. And you've probably seen you know. Qr codes of varying complexity. Basically the more a little tiny squares in the middle of the bigger code the more data. It's being but again. The the whole point of this really was to solve. This problem of i can click links on a web page. I can click buttons in an app. That will take me somewhere else hyperlink. Basically but i can't do that in the real world. If i've got a poster at the bus stop or i'm handing you a business card or i've got a little flyer in the mail or i've got a little sign on my table at my booth. I want somehow to easily get you from the real world to the virtual world and so this. Qr code neatly handle that and even though they've been around for like thirty years they didn't really become a popular thing until a we all had smartphones that were connected to the internet and beat they'll they'll smartphones all had cameras in them so they could take a picture. These codes actually took a long time for that functionality. Built in i'm still not sure it's built into android it's built in ios. Now where you can just bring up your regular camera. App pointed at one of these codes and it will say it will recognize it. It's a code and offer to take you to whatever website that code wants a ticket. You all right so now that we know what. Qr codes one more quote from this article and again it just getting it wrong. It says clicking qr codes too hastily can risk bringing maur to your smartphone. Cautions albert fox foxconn founder and executive director of the surveillance technology Oversight project or stop and he says quote if someone just walked up to you on a street corner you wouldn't just take thumb die from them and plug it into your laptop unquote okay. First of all stop is doing some great. This is no aspersions whatsoever on this group called stop but that's again. That's that's misleading analogy. Yes thumb drives actually contain data. Which means they could contain programs software. Which means that could contain. Malware you are codes. And i pause at sei at least so far don't contain code and as i said in the article. I have no doubt that some plucky software engineer will propose updating the qr codes spec to include computer code that can directly run on your phone and that engineers should be ritually shamed and summarily fired. Because that's a singularly horrible idea.

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"maur" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Can't say perfect forever. I get it. I mean at least with this again. It's this whole stories only three issues. I'm getting modern comment. Could this would be at least six time out. twelve issues. yeah they'd be warning variants par per issue out as well. So you know that b variant cover. I mean they'd be one like this. Form had a backup plan like a lot of times. They don't actually have a backup day. You don't make do terrible you know. They're very much. Captain colin it the plan to go off the rails threw away the play and i mean to like yeah and modern comics. They be wandering around murder world for like three weeks three to four issues. Yeah we'd have so much as we'll Lawrence ileana and it's a whole issue by and the pending depending who wrote it. I mean at least wh at least one issue would be storms dinner with doctor. Doom honestly ethnic. We could have got a little bit more of that attention. Four actual attention all right. You wanna talk sexual pension. I mean that that third issue tonight. I mean that's that cover hail thirty. Go kids yet. Some butter wasted for this. All vinyl is off. I'm just saying piss off a mostly naked. God is off That's right kids. Go evil man you yvonna claremont story man. You get like mostly naked jean. Grey's the black queen this storm story. Oh i heard scotland emma frost costume home up here all right so we get to the last one. Let's get you it. That's right you just saw the cover keeney x. Men one forty seven from july nineteen eighty-one Acrobats your summer storm in my right. That's right kids. Saint team is last time. Oh yeah oh yeah. That's a quote. Am i not beautiful. Lord doom and terrible through fear me you should you really should. Is it just metal. You know what happens. Amandus say you know what happens to a man in the middle when it gets hit by lightning. The same thing that happens everyone everything else. Nice hurts. I guess she's caused playing is a cautious. Nice back in the day. Was my storm pay. Sorry berry oh nice all right so this one rogue storm all right so we start off. Where did nine crawler go. Mike crawler finds himself high in the air above castle. Doom having teleported blind from a featureless room yemeni. What did he like. Jumps like straight up like a maur. To just like falling unconscious briefly night crawler awakes to find himself falling frighteningly fast. He skydived for an updraft and then teleport into the lake near dooms castle emerging alive but shivering he reflects on the circumstances that brought them to the situation. Basely recapping the last two issues. They were running out of steam. I get it while against back in these days. It's like erica. Recall it could be. Someone's i and you know wasn't that easy to find back issues. Kids was internet intranets. Basically go to restore you know and seascapei find Doom is not has not failed to notice cronin escape any orders his men to recapture the ex-man duma's worried about the growing storm centered on his castle. Although arcadia on phase dooms on eases echoed by norad. Oh jeez Mike crawler makes his free entrance to the castle. Disabling two guards elsewhere colossus has discovered that the lasers blow or tuned the size and that chunks of colossus our zapped those of peter rasputin size or left on touch taint staying taking a deep breath. He swims downwards past the canons turning in the colossus only when he safely past he punches a hole in the wall. Laws are getting straight. Meanwhile okay here. We go kids. In the in. His giant birdcage angel is figuring out that the lasers which fire when he leaves the perch are actually pattern to create a maze. He flies this maze at high speed and escapes just as his cell detonates behind him only to get a mouthful of water as colossuses flood watches over him. So it's all crashing down. Kids are know walgreen trapped in an anti gravity chamber which is royally messing with his senses tries to impress the beast without letting it control him. Just like logan home from the bar he acts he hacks into anything he hits and eventually the anti gravity gives out dropping him onto the floor. Watering carves his way out of the cell notices the loud thunder shaking the very very castle. Aurora must be in trouble say russia's up the stairs to confront dum. Dum tells a roro a rope. He already has a aurora robot. Kids yes not. He's a little bit obsessed but so so basically so are we. Doomed just has like female robots ready to go into says. Okay make this one look like oh yeah you any you know like i said sure gets lonely castle. How far do yes as he tells the. Aurora robot to deal with him and wolverine trashes the robot. Doom blasts wolverine but nightcrawlers timely arrivals enough for the x. men turn the tables. Wolverine offers a deal dooms life for storms doom hands them at the vice will restore storm and it does but storms form as become one with the planet and with all its myriad of elemental forces at her command. And they'll do muses the other x men distraction to escape. Wolverines collections storm easily overpowers him of course storms not so tender ministrations aren't reserved solely for doom as colossus finds out when he tries the reason with her. The castle was being torn apart by storm outside and doctor. Doom and the x men may well be torn apart by the storm inside. Get it off. finally colossus says something that triggers storms psyche to reassert itself and she brings the storm back under control although it costs her much. Doom strangely pleased that aurora survives. The ordeal storm again. Ask for our kids. Freedom which doomed grants for an apology rather grudgingly given from arcade. Doom also apologizes to storm and asked to begin anew.

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"maur" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"Gaps in the value that managed security service providers could provide in today's age. So md are really emerged as an answer to that to be able to really go beyond just trying to prevention only strategy to actually bring the detection and response capabilities to bear and detection response specifically focuses on and is based on the realization. That if you don't stop it at the front door you surely want to have a chance to stop it when it's kind of in the perimeter because being able to stop something. Urgent immediately can absolutely reduce the impact in the loss associated with waiting a lot longer. So that's really the detection and response aspect in the kind of tools and techniques that needs to be Involved to be able to do that effectively really distinguishes. Mbr from mssp's okay. What are those tools and techniques. What's the tool belt. Yes i would say up. The first piece is really deep. Visibility and that visibility can be narrow like some providers in the market focus on. Just maybe an endpoint Doing visibility or could be brought where you're providing broader coverage across a variety of different dimensions and point log network visibility. And this is where pundits place being able to provide three hundred sixty degree visibility across an organization's infrastructure on the next piece really relates to how you knew detection right so uh going back to the go mechanism machine to the early internet. Nowadays detection was really defined as threat researchers identifying the threat or seeing a threat in the in live in the wild Finding a way to catalog that so effectively a tagging and if you will but really identifying developing signatures related to those threats and in trying to distribute those singers as quickly as possible. So maybe a patient zero isn't protected. The but the next set of patients would be protected and that was largely what the security industry did for very long time seabed rate signatures distributed quickly and hopefully be able to block it if it shows up at somebody's front door but attackers got really really good at creating using techniques to actually be able to manipulate their maur to make the same threat. Look a thousand different ways just by precedent by rights that really broke the strategy around using a signature based approach to be able to detect the threat so the modern will mdr provider needs to be able to detect threats in the absence of a known signature..

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"maur" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Science Salon

"Are they more risk. Averse uno are they do they believe surveys. All sorts of ways that people have tried to get to figure this out. And i think that what i discovered and the you know the work that i've done not the only person certainly who's who studied this but would it seemed to me is that people can deniers for different reasons so the vaccine is a good example. You know you look at now. I'm talking about antitax before. Cova took over the antibiotics movement. You would have people on the right. Who were anti vaccines. Because they didn't want government mandate to vaccinate their kids. Your people on the left who were anti vacs didn't trust big pharma. So so you would. Have you know roughly equal numbers of people who are anti vaccine. They were antibac- spur For different reasons. And i went hard after the gmo question. Because it seemed to me there. That i really had the best possible opportunity to show that there was an example where you know they were just scads and scads of people on the left who believed it and as it turned out there are there are scads and scads people on the left where gmo deniers. It also turns out that there scads of people on the right who are gmo. Deniers so i don't think that this is an instance of something that's been politicized like covert or like climate change but it is one where just unfortunately a majority of humanity are deniers about a gmo's. And what i mean by that is that there is no scientific study that has ever shown that. Gmo foods are unsafe to eat. And yet when you survey people on this. They will claim that they are unsafe to eat. And the gap between the consensus of scientific opinion and lay opinion is fifty one percentage points which is an even greater gap than on climate change. I mean that is just enormous so the interesting gap to me is not between left right on that issue is between the scientific consensus in the lake consensus. Which is just appalling. Yes so here. Maybe the underlying commonality is skepticism of big powerful agencies. Corporations departments people gets its powrie. So my next big book is on conspiracies. This is an underlying theme amongst most conspiracy theories is conspiracy theorist that somebody has power. I don't how did they get it. What are they doing with that power so it could be government. You know nine. Eleven inside job but the bush administration but could be corporations. I mean you rarely hear. Gmo's discussed without the word monsanto being inserted in there as an insult. Like it's just like we all know monsanto's evil we. We can let bill maher's biard type specimen here because there's a big controversy amongst atheists skeptics humanists because richard dawkins gave bill maher is annual greatest atheist of the year award or whatever it is you know and then right after that you know maur had some riff on a show about you know vaccines. I'm not getting vaccines and is long before koga I don't trust those big corporations far and and the government can't tell me what to do and you know the whole the whole thing and it's like oh this guy is pro so well could. This is the interesting thing and people can be pro science. Republicans you know. They're not. They're happy to go to the doctor. They fly at thirty five thousand feet..

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"maur" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

Cyber Security Today

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

"Development at arctic wolf. Hi there how how's your. Summer have been so far. It's been pretty good. How are you and your family. Where great just came off a beautiful couple weeks up north that was it was a little smoky but other than that was really great. Oh good i want to start discussion with supply chain or what some people call third party cyber-attacks for those who don't know what is a supply chain attack. The first thing we need to do is make sure everybody understands what a supply chain is which is fairly obvious but just in case we're going to go through a set ecosystem set of processes people organization distributors all involved in the creation and delivery of a final solution or product. So if you think about like having to make a car the whole supply chain for a car. Goes all the way from like the rubber needed for the tires to the bulls to the metal or the windshield wipers. All of those things. They need to from various suppliers to put together the final product and so companies who build software have to do the same thing. We buy pieces of equipment from various places. We build some of it ourselves. So we end up having a supply chain when we're delivering a product or service to customers so there's four key elements in a supply chain that we want to keep in mind one. There is the supplier okay. So that's the entity that's gonna like provide the or you're buying the bolts from or whatever and then the supplier itself has assets. So they have computers. They have inventory. They have all kinds of other stuff like that. So they have their own assets of course. A key component is the customer the person buying the either the service or the product from the supplier and then the customer also has its own assets their own documents their lists of people or computers or networks. All of that kind of thing and a supply chain attack is the combination of at least two attacks. The first attack going against the supplier and the second attack going against the customer were. They use the supplier to get to the customer the keynote speaker at the black hat cybersecurity conference that i tuned into this week made the point that supply chain attacks greatly. Increase the reach of both nation state attackers and criminals. So for example one famous supply chain attack was a hack several years ago of target the big discount department store chain through the it system of its heating and ventilation supplier that was just one corporate victim but with recent hacks for example the hack of solar winds orion software update mechanism the nation state attackers sent militias updates to lots of organizations so in the end nine us federal agencies and over one hundred firms were compromised. He also mentioned that. For example ransomware gangs typically target one organization at a time in the cassia incidents of just a month ago because now we're was spread through the customers of managed service over eight hundred organizations. Were hit so the point he was making his supply. Chain attacks are a great way to launch attacks. And hackers are caught. Ming into this idea. Yes and what i'd like about. What the european union cyber report is doing with. This is giving us a way to talk about it. You know these are happening a lot now. Are they all the same as the kosei attack the same as the you know the solar winds attack it as another one in while they're all supply chain attacks but they're not exactly the same and what this european union report is. Giving us is a way to talk about them so basically it's giving us a bit of a taxonomy here where we're looking at. There's four things for each attack. So what was the attack. Technique used to compromise a supply chain. What's the supplier assets that were targeted by the supply chain attack. What's the attack a technique than used to compromise the customer and what's the customer asset targeted by the supply chain attack in total and so you mentioned solar winds and cassia in i took from the report their assessments of orion in his through this taxonomy so if we if we go back to your example of the solar wins you know. Solar winds is a company that supplies management in monitoring software. so basically. If you're going to use that you're letting it manage lots of stuff in your networks. It's got lots of power which is one of the reasons why attackers would go against that. So the way that they attacked the supplier. Was they if we look at the tactic. Meeks used they used exploiting software vulnerability in orion. They use brute force and social engineering to get in to be able to exploit that vulnerability and the asset that they were trying to attack was actually like the processes in code of solar winds to be able to modify the code. And have that go out then when you look at the customer side. What was the attack technique used to compromise. The customer will one. It's attacking the fact that the customer has a trusted relationship with solar wins right. They're using their software and so they trust that so they're not even going to think twice about it and then the other attack vector is that they used maur so once they were able to get that into the code they put that malware into the clients environments and the asset that they were looking for like the customer asset they were looking for was actually data because federal agencies right this is a nation state attack trying to get information from these other nations so we can now use the same framework to look at the cassia attack. So the attack technique used to compromise. The supply chain was exploiting a software vulnerability which they did. They used to software vulnerabilities to exploit the chain and the assets they were going after was actually pre existing software a software that cassia was using distributing to the companies the attack technique used on the customer again. Was that trusted relationship where you know. The cassia softwares also management based software where. They're managing everything in their network and then they used that trust relationship to let the customer allow them to do anything in their network because they're using that software and then they put malware into it as well what they were looking for out of that one from the customer assets perspective was data but also financial gains. The interesting thing about cassese's like it was a double supplier attack because some of the customers for cassia were actually. Msp's that then themselves had their own customers and so this was like a three level supplier. Attack that part's always been very interesting to me. But i like this framework. It starts to allow us to talk about all of these different supply. Chain attacks compare contrast them and categorize them. Which is what we need to do. And we're trying to look at the landscape and figure out how we're gonna protect ourselves against you. Mentioned that zero day vulnerability was used in one of these attacks. The speaker at black hat argued that a number of the recent supply chain attacks made use of zero day. Vulnerabilities or chains of vulnerabilities in their initial attacks and he suspects that the attackers somehow got a hold of them. Before software companies issues security patches and his point is is that if you're a security researcher who hunts for zero days you need to keep your computer protected from being hacked because you're targe. That's absolutely true. That kosei attack for me personally. There had to be an inside. Are somehow the knowledge the time line when it happened when they did the attack. The fact that they didn't actually grab all the data from during the ransom where they just ransom the money. It's like they didn't have enough time to build the tool to grab the data so that they could exploit that in ransom the data back to the people to the customers so i i think that's exactly it one as software company. You need to be careful about where you're exposing your security issues to what's in your issue tracking system. do you have them just open their. Can anyone from your company see if someone got access to that they find out. What all your security vulnerabilities are in. Also the the researchers. They need to make sure that their systems are secure. That speaker was on point. The security researchers need to make sure they're not leaking anything that their systems are secure so that the companies that they're actually trying to help by disclosing vulnerabilities to aren't actually getting bit in the bum. Because of it one point the blackout speaker made was that reducing. The risk of supply chain hacks is going to be after platform operators that means companies that make operating systems like microsoft google apple and lennox distributors as well as software companies and website administrators. They've got to tighten their security one..

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"maur" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Actual investigation. So what is to be done then. What are the potential solutions here. Your recommendations for how folks can best prepare themselves and protect themselves against these sort of things we do need to continue doing senator traditional things. We do need that important protection. Obviously we need to ensure that we have visibility into everything you know from our points to our servers but at the same time we need to ensure that we actually know what's running on our assets if they're coming up and going down with a matter of seconds you do you have something like dokki that would have bypassed your early screening because the image itself was not militias then it was able to use a command which many servers have kind of a living off the land attack by curling down. The militia's payload that happened in a matter of seconds to minutes. Were you able to detect that at the time. So by monitoring the run time honor assets. We can actually get a view onto the code. That is happening within that time. And one thing that we're noticing especially when trying to look for a bts is that there's a lot of shared code they know these attacks work. Why would they reinvent them. They just start adding new code changing a bit of things in order to bypass that signature detection. They share code with one another. I mean we basically have maur as service at this point and they start adapting features a little bit from a a little bit from be in order to gain different capabilities. We mentioned at the outset. That one of the real attractive things about cloud environments is how nimble they are how quickly you can do things I mean does adding the sort of thing having having a system in place to keep an eye on what code is running. Does that take away from an organization's ability to be nimble is. Is that an extra load to lift or are they able to pretty much run in parallel without a real impact at one of the things that we focused on is insuring that the obviously we don't add to the resources that are being used with an assistant. I mean if you've been compromised and you have crypto jacking occurring the. You're already at high cpu levels. So by focusing on sensors and technology that monitor things as are occurring. That only really alert and notify you when they see malicious code when they see militias activity being launched it takes a big load off of your security. Teams are having to do it. Takes a load off of the resources that you are dedicating in order to monitor and protect your systems. One of the things that i heard recently is that cloud servers and cloud. Resources are being attacked every ninety minutes. I mean we have one being hit and that's quickly going down in time not going down in frequency but the time us so it's extremely complicated and just over overwhelming when we look at our security teams trying to maintain our up and correct resources to assist them. There has to be a balance between it. And that's why. I personally and in as a company believed that that runtime protection is so critical. And what are you hearing from. The folks out there who are implementing these types of systems that the the people who are charged with defending them when they have something like this in place. How does it affect how they're able to do their work. You know their their lifestyle. In general to say that the thing i found most entertaining but almost like uplifting was that. They're saying that they're gaining time to be able to do more of the analysis. More of the deify are things when we're so quickly trying to put bandages on what's going on many things slip through the cracks or we just hard in our systems and try to move on but with this extra time. They're able to delve in have greater root cause analysis. Many of them are surprised. At how many libraries and binary these are actually shared between all of this malware. Which makes it so much easier for their teams to be able not only to detect it but also to be able to build stronger. Defenses against it one of the things that we definitely want to focus on. And it's something that. I talk a lot about and government agencies. Talk a lot about is that we need to have that assume breach mentality. Yes we can build all of the defenses. We want but when we're so busy building these walls we're kind of building an environment where we're helping the abt that is already on our system by being able to focus on our actual systems itself and book for the attacker. That's probably already in there. I did a lunch and learn where i spoke to a lot of companies and ninety percent of the people. There you know along with saying that they didn't have visibility to their assets said that there is more than likely something already compromised in their environment. That they just don't know about two critical with this is assuming breach and looking to see what's actually occurring on that system because the attacker more than likely already there on behalf of my colleague. Rick howard our thanks to jonas walker for sharing his expertise and to l. marquez. For joining us cyber wire xs a production of the cyber wire and is proudly produced in maryland at the start up studios of data tribe where they're co- building the next generation of cybersecurity startups and technologies. Our senior producer is jennifer ivan. Our executive editor is peter kilby. I'm dave vitner. Thanks for listening..

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"maur" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

The 443 - Security Simplified

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on The 443 - Security Simplified

"To a safe black hole It's great for fishing protection. Where if your user clicks on a malicious link then instead of going to the bad spot that go to col- it also as you'll see picks up a lot of bought at command and control connections as well Where instead of that command and control connection going somewhere bad. We're able to send it to the black hole to and for the quarter. We actually had a pretty massive increase in malicious detections through the service was up to over five million block connections for the corner which i think is the highest. We've seen so far. Pretty big increase We kind of day was huge. Yeah we kind of talked about up to Some of the user base that uses the service and people returning to those offs like offices and specifically schools and colleges where there's now again behind the perimeter where it's easy to deploy this en masse And a lot of suspicious clicks and things like that tend to happen and it it i think. According to our researcher phishing campaigns just increased which of course increases the links out there. Yup exactly on so in the report. We bucket We detect actually in the service quite a few ranges of different types of militias domains. But in the report we look at just three of those Which we bucket compromised websites so these are potentially legitimate websites that have been compromised by threat actor to host something malicious malware domains which are just straight up. Bad websites involves some way in maui distribution or maur command control and then phishing domains so domains as you might guess that are involved in phishing campaigns against victims um and when it comes to the compromise domains i think three brand new ones for the quarter One that was distributing a crypto minor that we added back in november of twenty twenty one distributing the google loader dropper and then another that was associated with adult website link spam so basically just add where at that point.

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"maur" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Although the milky way galaxy has known ultra luminous x ray sources. Most galaxies have at least one and some of several astronomers use the axa made mutant you start chander and swift space telescopes to observe an ultra luminous x ray source known as x seven. It's one of two ultra luminous x ray sources the the designated extent located in the intermediate spiral galaxy. Njit four five five nine. Some twenty nine million light years away in the constellation coma sees a report on the pre press physics website archive dot org says ex evans. Long-term x ray light curve shows flex variation baptist factor of six over. Just a few hours. Such activity wasn't seen other observations of x seven and only manifests when the sources at its highest observed luminosity. in fact during the pick of the flays. The luminosity was that a factor three high than briefly luminosity indicating the maximum variability of the source can spend almost an order of magnitude. It's thought that many ultra luminous x. Ray sources are in fact fat background. Quasars pathway jets produced by feeding supermassive black and other possibility is that they could be feeding intermediate mass black holes while a third possibility is either unusually bright supernova remnants. At least on short timescales the mystery continues this space time. Still the come. Space successfully launches a new supply mission to the international space station and later in the science report secondhand smoke exposure child linked to a higher risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder all that and more still to come on space time World ak. let's take a break from ash show for with from aspen. Sat named shape dot com as their says search and by domains from named shape at the lowest prices. This is the service that our team. It bites dot com. Use the by manage outta may names and we're really happy with the service support and we're getting buying the right. 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If you're looking to pick up a domain name or two so why not check them out and help support our show at the same time just visit. Space time with stewart gary dot com forward slash name cheap. That's based time with stewart gary dot com forward slash name. Cheap and name cheapies. One word. you'll find the url details in the show notes on on our website. Just visit the support. Page that space time with stewart gary dot com forward slash named shape. And now it's back to our show. You're listening to spend time with stewart. Gary spacex successfully launched the new supply mission to the international space station on board the dragon. Two cargo capsule with some three thousand three hundred kilograms of supplies equipment. In the bodry experiments for the orbiting outpost. The sierras twenty two mission was flown aboard a falcon nine rocket from space launch complex. That he nine a at the kennedy space center at cape canaveral space for station in florida. Cargo mission known as commercial resupply services mission. Twenty two is scheduled to launch at one twenty nine pm eastern time it will be the second resupply mission to the space station on the upgraded. Cargo dragon spacecraft. It's the fifth dragon flight to the international space station. Since may twenty twenty with many more plan for the upcoming year and as you mentioned this will be the second cargo resupply mission for a dragon. This cargo vehicle will be joining the crew to vehicle on orbit began just the third time that we've had to dragons dock at the space station. A brand new falcon nine booster. This is actually the first new booster that we're using this year and the vehicle stands to one hundred twenty nine feet tall or slightly taller than a twenty one story building now. Falcon nine is a reusable two stage rocket designed and manufactured by spacex for the reliable and safe transport of people and payloads into earth orbit and beyond this falcon nine rolled out to the pad and went vertical on tuesday. June first around three pm eastern time and actually Just before the program started at around t minus thirty five minutes we began loading propellants onto falcon nine fucking nine uses to propellants. The first of those is a fuel. A refined form kerosene known as our p. one or rocket propellant wine and for our oxidizer us super chilled liquid oxygen referred to as locks we tell the locks well below the boiling point which helps increase its density. So we can load more of it into the first and second stages now start the engines. We also need an ignition source for that. Falcon nine uses a chemical binder. Called t. tab. You'll see a characteristic green spark at around the team on zero mark right before the rocket off now. The bottom two thirds of the vehicle is what we refer to as the first stage. it's objective is to accelerate the vehicle through the earth's atmosphere to space. And then it'll separate from the rest of the rocket. Today we will be attempting to recovered this first stage on our friendship. Named of course. I still love you. That stationed out in the atlantic ocean. And if you've been keeping counted home if we successfully land the falcon nine today. It'll mark are eighty-sixth successful landing of an orbital class rocket on top of the first stage falcon nine second stage it has a single merlin vacuum or mbacke. Engine that ignites. After the first stage separates the second stage is ultimately. We'll will carry dragon into its intended orbit allowing dragon to then separate and then eventually for it to continue but its rendezvous to the international space station. Finally at the very top of the rocket is the dragon. Spacecraft dragon was designed from the beginning to be reused. This new version of dragon was designed for up to five flights while the previous version could only support three just like today's falcon nine. We're flying a brand new dragons base bath which will help to fly again in the future about today is a cargo mission and we are delivering nearly seven thousand pounds of cargo to the international space station that includes critical material to support dozens of science and research. Investigations that will happen on. Board the orbiting laboratory to this day dragon remains the only spacecraft currently flying capable of transporting significant amounts of cargo to and from senator one other really cool thing about this first stage booster if spacex successfully recovers it and refurbishes it. This is the same booster slated to launch a four the next four astronauts to the international space station in october those will be nasa astronauts. Russia chari thomas marshburn kayla barron and european space agency astronaut matisse maur so nasa's commercial crew program folks watching this mission closely with a particular interest in that first stage booster startup dragging down l. d. go for launch launch tractor pulled off systems are currently go doing silken nine is configured for played had nine eight seven six.

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"maur" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

Cyber Security Today

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Cyber Security Today

"Keeping personal internet connected devices updated with the latest security patches is vital. It's even more important. These days with people working from home and using personal devices to connect to their place of work but a lot of people delay installing updates or just ignore them. In april kaspersky hired a company to survey fifteen thousand people in twenty three countries to find out why among the findings half said they put off updates. Because they're busy doing other things half put off updates to see if there are any problems reported before installing them forty four percent say downloading and installing updates. Takes too long thirty. Six percent said they sometimes have been late meeting family or friends because a personal device was installing updates have said that it's difficult to keep track of all their families connected devices so that they can keep them updated and sixty two percent of respondents admitted they need family members to help them with updates. Now you might think the putting updates by a few days isn't terrible and you're right although ideally update should be installed within twenty four hours of being notified that one's vailable but eleven percent of respondents admitted that sometimes they've delayed installing an update by more than a few months that's dangerous because cyber-crooks create maur to take advantage of vulnerable systems within hours of company announcing the discovery of fault. So here's a few tips. You may still be able to work while updates are being installed in the background check with your it department where someone knowledgeable for advice said a regular time for looking for and installing updates. You should by now know that. Microsoft updates windows and other products on the second tuesday of every month

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Don't Be Lazy Installing Security Updates

Cyber Security Today

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Don't Be Lazy Installing Security Updates

"Keeping personal internet connected devices updated with the latest security patches is vital. It's even more important. These days with people working from home and using personal devices to connect to their place of work but a lot of people delay installing updates or just ignore them. In april kaspersky hired a company to survey fifteen thousand people in twenty three countries to find out why among the findings half said they put off updates. Because they're busy doing other things half put off updates to see if there are any problems reported before installing them forty four percent say downloading and installing updates. Takes too long thirty. Six percent said they sometimes have been late meeting family or friends because a personal device was installing updates have said that it's difficult to keep track of all their families connected devices so that they can keep them updated and sixty two percent of respondents admitted they need family members to help them with updates. Now you might think the putting updates by a few days isn't terrible and you're right although ideally update should be installed within twenty four hours of being notified that one's vailable but eleven percent of respondents admitted that sometimes they've delayed installing an update by more than a few months that's dangerous because cyber-crooks create maur to take advantage of vulnerable systems within hours of company announcing the discovery of fault. So here's a few tips. You may still be able to work while updates are being installed in the background check with your it department where someone knowledgeable for advice said a regular time for looking for and installing updates. You should by now know that. Microsoft updates windows and other products on the second tuesday of every month

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"maur" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"maur" Discussed on Security Now

"You actually will get your files back and we won't leak them on the net any naive victim. Who doesn't know any better would have no way of discriminating whether they've been attacked by a and i can't believe i'm saying this. Reputable ransomware attacker aubrey. Yeah one of the good the good arunachal done ones. Yeah yeah exactly. Operating in good faith who actually has developed the capability to restore and encrypted systems versus this half baked attacker whose trading on the public's knowledge that once ransoms are paid. It's actually possible to bring systems back online. Yeah if you get attacked by one of the good ransomware. Instead of this this powershell nonsense presumably the attacker is able to decrypt a single file as proof of their ability to do so. At least he does offer that in his ransom demand and since all files were encrypted imminently the affected systems probably no longer boot or run at all so each one would need to be booted using recovery media in order to gain access to the systems. Mass storage what a mess. You have You have found a A real jim in the annals of ransomware least. It's got a good logo or that's not the logo that's just a character. It's based even bother getting a logo yet. That's how you can tell he's one of those amateurs. All good maur has a logo. it's right. Yeah not epsilon rid. So i can't wait to hear what your physicist friend says about About that problem in And i think. I know what he's talking about the stand because a lot of There's a lot. He tried his best of course to make it. scientifically accurate. It is after all fiction. It's fiction so there's a couple of things. Yeah that our little bit made up. But he you know i think It was quite admirable and his. You know his last His first book. The martian was used in classrooms As science curriculum. And i suspect he He thinks the same thing might happen to this one. And it's true. I mean if you gave people those problems and said okay. How would you solve this. It'd be kind of fun kind. Of at least we know that. Yes well especially the beginning with the string. Yeah exactly right. There's a lotta that there was a lot of. Yeah it's i. i really enjoyed it. I think he's great you know. I think he's back on form. There's somebody in the chat room Who in canadian. So he insists that it's mc soft not soft. How the hell you know that. I don't know. Okay i yeah. He's a canadian. He cares about these things so he would know about them in new zealand. I have no idea. I have no idea. It's all in the commonwealth steve. They all bend the needed the queen. That's what matters. Steve gibson will never been to need to bad guys. He is the king As far as we're concerned our security guru you'll find his work at g. r. c. dot com. That of course includes spin right. The world's best hard drives mass storage recovery and maintenance utility.

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Autonomous Driving, and Computer Vision With James Douma

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Autonomous Driving, and Computer Vision With James Douma

"Everybody around maur here and today we are joined by james dowman to talk about tussles approach on autonomous driving specifically on neural networks. James has a ton of knowledge on this space us actually on the podcast back in twenty eighteen for those of you who have listened for a long time and today were continuing some of those conversations learning a little bit more about tesla strategy here. So this is a multi part conversation. Make sure to subscribe for you and with that we'll jump right in. I've been doing neural networks for a really long time although it hasn't been a job it's a an lately. It's turned into an investing thesis. So for the last decade or so. I've been a fulltime investor. I just invest my own portfolio and my mo is i look for companies where the technology difference in their approach is something which is a good fit for my background expertise and then i tend to do deep dives on them so text. Tesla's one of my tesla's actually my deep learning company. It's a ten years ago before. I got into tesla when i was looking for looking for companies that would be able to keep using Good use of computation as it continues to expand. You probably know that. Moore's law is it's ban something that It keeps going and people inside the field. Think it's gonna die every year. it's I i understand that that there's this joke. In the printing business about how the second Book gutenberg printed was how the publishing industry was doomed. And that is kind of like that. It's a you know every every year we come up with a reason why it's not gonna work so when i started looking at the thesis of like it doesn't end what what happens. You know you only need your spreadsheet the load so fast and video games can only use like so much star. Although they're they're pretty good at thinking it like you know if we have a thousand times million tons more horsepower who can use it and machine learning models or the obvious place to put that right there of this total bottomless pit of computation. That you can throw it the problem because they scale and they just keep getting better and as long as there's you know if if the computation keeps getting cheaper in the data sets keep getting better machine learning can use. When i started looking

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"maur" Discussed on 7 Layers

7 Layers

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"maur" Discussed on 7 Layers

"Sassy basics gartner coined the term. Sassy in the twenty nineteen hype cycle cloud security report deemed the future of network insecurity functions at the time sassy was just an emerging technology and there was barely a sassy product on the market. Uh sassy as defined by gartner quote combines network security functions with wayne capabilities to support. The dynamic secure access needs of organizations. These capabilities are delivered primarily as a service in based upon the identity of the entity. Real time context insecurity slash compliance policies. So essentially sassy is a new package of technologies including sdn secure web gateways cloud access security brokers zero trust network access and firewall as a service at abilities with the ability to identify sensitive data or malware and the ability to decrypt content at line speed with continuous monitoring of sessions for risk and trust levels and quote despite being new to the industry by summer. Twenty twenty multiple offerings were on the market and thanks to the flexible definition of sassy more on that later the offerings varied widely the shift. To sassy was here in cannot have come at a more urgent time. The covid nineteen pandemic and shift to remote work highlighted the need for infrastructure that supports flexible work options with secure remote access in. Sassy does just that sassy enabled enterprises to deliver secure networking insecurity more generally in a consistent way in a remote environment. But of course sassy is more complex than that says. He is a network architecture that merges wham capabilities with cloud native security functions these functions are provided as a service by sassy vendors though one emerging technology. Sassy isn't necessarily a new technology at all instead. It is a convergence of existing network. Insecurity technologies built around a single pass architecture. This allows for an efficient network that has the ability to inspect traffic. While in transit as the name suggests celsius two core components one the secure access to the service edge. The service edge refers to the edge principle functions are optimized by moving access and competing resources closer to individual users through the use of wide area networking or when the typically delivered through pops or points of presence close to the end points. Pops may be owned by vendors public clouds or a third party secure access refers to the use of cloud native security functions therefore security functions commonly used in sassy these are secure web gateways or s. Wg's cloud access security broker or caspi zero trust network access or z. Tna and firewall as a service or f. w. a. s. Let's dive a little deeper. Into each of these functions a secure web gateway prevents data breaches and cyber attacks by protecting data in enforcing security policies. They filter out unsafe content from network traffic and can block unauthorized user behavior. They can be deployed from anywhere. Making them a great option. For remote workforce's cloud access security broker platforms used various security functions from cloud hosted services is not a single technology instead. Many technologies fall under the caspi umbrella. Technologies under caspi include shadow. It discovery data loss prevention access control and others. Zero trust network access is a security model that has strict real time identification requirements for every individual trying to access resources within a private network whether they are in or outside the network permettre several different principles and technologies are used for zero trust architecture and finally firewalls a service this refers to firewalls delivered from the cloud. As you guessed it a service cloud firewalls block. Cyber attacks directed at cloud assets who various security capabilities like url filtering intrusion prevention and uniform policy management is creates a virtual barrier around cloud platforms infrastructures in applications with these functions at its core. Sassy can identify maur or sensitive data and decrypt content while continuously monitoring the session and assessing trust levels. All in real time since sassy in many cases utilizes sdn it is important to make the distinction between the two clear. Sdn's primary responsibility is to connect geographically distant offices and headquarters to each other. Security tools are usually located at offices in customer premises equipment and not an individual devices. Sassy on the other hand. Folks on connecting individual points efficiently and securely with an emphasis on the cloud as neal mcdonald distinguished. Vp analyst at gartner said in an interview with sgx central quote. The heavy lifting of sassy is performed in the cloud and quote part of the reason. Why the line between sassy. Sdn win gets muddled is because of inconsistencies within the industry has mentioned at the top of the episode sassy defined by gartner is quote a new package of technologies including st win s. Wg caz be z. Tna and firewalls service as core capabilities with the ability to identify sensitive data or malware and the ability to decrypt content at line speed with continuous monitoring of sessions for risk and trust levels and quote

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Georgia to Recount All Votes in Presidential Race by Hand

AP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Georgia to Recount All Votes in Presidential Race by Hand

"Recount all the ballots cast in the States presidential race AP Sakuma Gani has Maur, the A P has not yet called Georgia where Joe Biden has a slim lead over President Trump 14,000. 111 tight enough that Secretary of State Brad reference, Berger says he's going to audit the results, which will trigger a full hand recount every single piece of paper every single ballot. Ravan's Burger says that will build confidence in the outcome. As he continues disputing the results. The president has added to his electoral vote total winning Alaska's three votes, giving him 217. Biden as 290

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Election 2020: Arizona's impact

Arizona's Morning News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Election 2020: Arizona's impact

"Of election 2020 continues our race. Our state will the side the direction of the country for the White House and the Senate majority. That was Republican Senator Martha McSally on with Arizona's Morning news Friday, and this morning, we caught up with her Democratic challenger on Election Day Eve. There's Jeremy Foster joins us live with more on what Mark Kelly had to say. One of the first things we asked Mark Kelly Jamie in a race where polls have consistently showed him in the lead there now tightening, in fact, a brand new Data orbital poll of 550 likely Arizona voters out this morning show Kelly just 1% point ahead of MK Sally Now. Two weeks ago, the same polls showed him up over six points. But Kelly told us he's still confident. Think the only Poles that really matters when folks go to the polls tomorrow, and when they count the votes, and that might take might be done tomorrow might take a couple days. I feel pretty good. Something else. Kelly and other Democrats may be keeping an eye on Republicans of return nearly 45,000 more ballots in Maricopa County than Democrats so far on the early voting side and about 90,000 Mohr than those who are not registered with either party. But Kelly points out that a lot of support from Republicans, including former elected officials, I have the Republicans for you know Mark Kelly for Senate Group. He also words folks to be patient. If we don't see the final results on Election day, and you can tune in all day for special election team coverage right here on our and we'll begin it tomorrow at five. AM I tell you, this is going to be one watch because the Republicans have come from behind to now lead with the number of ballots already returned and their also expected to turn out Maur enforce the Democrats at the actual voting booth tomorrow, so this is really going to be one to watch it is and we we heard from the Steve Cortes with the Trump campaign today. He's in there feeling increasingly confident about taking Arizona. All right. Thank you so much. Kate. There's Jeremy Foster.

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Nancy Pelosi and Steve Mnuchin continue talks on stimulus bill

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Nancy Pelosi and Steve Mnuchin continue talks on stimulus bill

"And House Speaker Nancy Pelosi are continuing discussions today on Phase four of the Corona virus stimulus package. Yesterday was was the the deadline deadline that that cheese cheese self self imposed imposed to to get get a a deal deal if if they they were were going going to to put put this this on on the the House House and and Senate Senate floor floor before before the the election. election. That That did did not not happen happen yet yet they they continue continue to to talk talk yesterday yesterday afternoon. afternoon. And the speaker and the secretary of the Treasury are going to talk at some point again today. What's unresolved of the big issues, money for state and local governments and a GOP demand for liability protections from the pandemic. Some Republicans are willing to spend Maur if it's targeted. Now, Pelosi says she needs to have this frozen informed legislatively by Friday, if they're going to put this on the House floor Before the election. Meanwhile, Purdue

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Woman Dies After Being Struck By Police Vehicle In The Bronx, New York

Purity Products

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Woman Dies After Being Struck By Police Vehicle In The Bronx, New York

"Ah woman is dead from her injuries three days after being struck by a marked police car in the Bronx. Paul de Castro has Maur. The victim is 20 year old Sofia Gomez, who was hit by an NYPD vehicle near Pelham Parkway South and Wallace Avenue just one block from her home in the Pelham Parkway section on Monday afternoon. Gomez was pronounced dead at Jacoby Hospital on Thursday night. The officers in the NYPD. The Highway cruiser were responding with lights and sirens activated to a report of an officer in need of assistance. Cops continue to investigate the

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Big Ten football is back: What you need to know

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Big Ten football is back: What you need to know

"Email or statement from the big 10? Is there anything in here about the number of schools were going to play football this fall? Yep. Big 10 conference is announcing This is on the big town website Adopt stringent medical protocols. Football Season to resume October 23rd 24th, Which means Friday, Saturday, Okay? Is everybody playing, eh? 14 big tennis. All teams are playing as of the big 10 announcement. They don't have anyone. It doesn't say that line specifically, but just says 14 teams will adopt these. Protocol, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. It doesn't say anything about anybody not playing. That's the news here. That's what I want to find out. I mean, this is why it's taken so long. This is why they've had to push the season back a couple of times because trying to get there must be some presidents going kicking and screaming. I just heard from my source. He says that I've reached out and my sources are in meetings now. My guess is that the later start will guarantee everybody will least try. The big 10 has been so divided that the optics of not having all in would be bad. So I think that's that's what's happening or has happened since the last 48 hours. I'm guessing 72 hours and I'll keep in idleness and try to give you as much information as I can aside, receive it, but Trying to find out exactly if everybody's playing and that that changes a lot here. Yes, phone in the big 10 release one thing that's interesting. They are establishing policies whether teams continue to practice or play based on infections on the team. It has to match the rate of the public if it's if it's Maur than the rate of the public. They conserve that, like a breakout. If it's less than the rate of public that means they're doing fine, so it's not If one player test positive on the team for according to Big 10 release. That doesn't necessarily mean everything gets shut down

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For NoVA, Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For NoVA, Washington DC

"Is is the the warnings warnings have have either either expired expired or or they've they've been been cancelled cancelled a a few few minutes minutes early early that that storm storm that in particular we were watching in Montgomery County in Howard County. As we can quite a bit in the past 15 minutes, no longer above severe levels. It's still a thunderstorm is still putting down some pretty heavy rainfall. But the potential for any large hail or really strong, gusty winds is now pretty much over with. So the warning Is cancelled early, but still some fairly heavy rain from the Seneca area through Rockville in Rossmore, White oak up to sandy spring in Brookville and over the line into a highland in scaggsville and love on savage areas. Uh, just to the north of the Montgomery County side of the Beltway. Just to the north of Beltway is the heavy rain. Aah! And again. It stretches into parts of Howard County and up towards the Baltimore area to sew. The warning has not been extended to the East and unlikely is It's an an unlikely unlikely unlikely that that that will will will be be be extended extended extended any any any farther farther farther to to to the the the east east east through through through Northern Northern Northern Prince Prince Prince George's George's George's in in in and and and around, around, around, Oh Oh Oh counties, counties, counties, But But But it it it is is is the the the remnants remnants remnants are are are still still still moving moving moving to to to the the the east. east. east. So So So those those those areas areas areas are are are still going to get some heavy rain in the next few minutes or so. We're not seeing any thunderstorm development now in Virginia anymore, except that northern tip of Fairfax County, and we're not seeing any thunderstorm development in southern Maryland. So even though there is a still a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight. For those areas, stuff will likely be cancelled early, so the thunderstorms that exist in northern Maryland will continue to wind down for the next two hours and 90 minutes or so. Everything will be out of here completely by midnight. Regardless, Temperatures will continue to fall through the eighties through the low to mid seventies for overnight lows. It'll be a warm and muggy night. And tomorrow after dude. We'll do it all over again. And with a stronger cold front on the way from the north, With even hotter temperatures. We will likely see Maur storms than today of affecting more locations. And some of them could be stronger, too. So so more severe weather likely tomorrow afternoon into the evening. Amaro size of being the upper eighties, too low nineties But behind the cold front that I mentioned on Friday just a few straight leftover showers in the morning, then lowering humidity, breezy conditions the rest of the day highs in the low to mid eighties. Saturday, mostly study and warm but much less humid and much more comfortable Hae to be in the upper seventies, too. Low eighties Sunday, also 80 degrees right now in Fairfax, down to 73 behind the storms, and hi it's down in its 84 at at Washington. Washington. Reagan Reagan National, National,

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Summerfest announces new three-weekend format for 2021

Jeff Wagner

10:03 min | 2 years ago

Summerfest announces new three-weekend format for 2021

"New announcement. About what Summer fest 2021 is going to look like and we're joined right now. In the first Midwest Bank hotline by summer fest, CEO Don Smiley, Don. Good Afternoon. Good afternoon, Jeff. How are you? I am Well, thank you. Okay, Let's talk about the big news. What Summer fest. 2021 is going to look like and then we'll kind of explore why That decision was made, but so what? It's gonna look like Sure we're we're changing the festival format. The three weekends versus 11 days, so we'll start on June 24th and work 24 25 26. July, 123 and July 89 10. We will eliminate two Sundays, two Wednesdays and a Tuesday. That's five days. So what the essence of this is and and what we discovered through? Surveys and focus groups in in in in and data mining was that our customers want Mohr national bands. Earlier in the day. Can so We're going to take the expenses from those five days that I just gave to you and we're going to reallocate them to the weekends. Where will have local bands up early, but well, you you can picture a national band. Being on the Harley stage or the Miller stage at 5 P.m. and then another headliner at nine or 10 o'clock that evening, so it's an effort to go after more quality. Versus quantity and really fish. When the fish are biting, more people are more apt to be out on the weekends. Thursday, Friday Saturday with disposable income And And in using their energy entertainment dollars on those days versus the five days that I gave you, which, really when it came right down to it, they were really weak and that is W e a K. There were weak days for us, and we were spending a lot of money to produce those days and our money can be better spent in reallocating tow three weekends done. This is just in some ways respects. The logical progression in number means. Summer fest originally was always Thursday through Sunday, 11 days and a number of years ago. You made the decision. To to drop that first Monday because of a variety of things, including, I think week attendant, So this is really just kind of a logical progression of that I would imagine. It is. I mean, you know when you look at Theaters and restaurants and so on. I mean, you find a lot of businesses closed on Mondays. But when you're running a music festival The expenses are are are significant and Whatever you can. Maximize those dollars on different days. We concluded that that's the way to go. Even though it's too less days we're gonna have we're gonna have better bands and we're gonna have the bands that our customers our fans are looking for is still at a very affordable price. We're still gonna have free gated missions. We're still gonna have promotion days. We're still gonna have Children's fast day. It's such a It's such so none of that's going to change. We're just going to camp up. No pun intended thie the quality of the of the bands that we signed and on top of that on the fringes. If you will, pre summer fest in post summer fast, we're going to do a lot of shows in the American family insurance amphitheater in the beam, O'Hare's Pavilion will probably do more shows. And those two buildings that in the history of the festival So there's going to be a lot of activity in that building. It was too bad we couldn't use it the summer Ah, it turned out beautiful. And I'm referring to the reconstruction of the amphitheater. So and I know we're not alone there. I mean, you know everyone's hurting, and that includes sports and in restaurants and businesses alike. We understand that, but we had it. We have a scheduled board meeting this morning. We went through all of this. It was a unanimous decision. And so while we do understand that there are Maur. Important things going on in our world today and in people's lives have changed because of coded and also social unrest. This is just one of those things that we had to get out there and get on with it for the planning of 21, Don't just so I'm clear that this is not a one off plan for 2021. This is this is the plan for Summer fest moving forward is that correct? We'll see. I mean, I'm not going to sit here and tell you that You know that This is a perfect plan. And if if it works if all of the data That we considered in making this decision plays out. Well, then it will be a nine day festival going forward. I mean, you know who's to say that there isn't a show on Wednesday night prior to the opening Thursday, and who's to say this might turn into a 10 Day festival? I mean, you know, everything changed with Kobe. Everyone's life has changed their personal life, their social life. All businesses have been affected. And and and we're not on an island here, so we really believe that we have to be flexible. We have to be creative. We have to be able to pivot when when it's necessary, and that's exactly what we're doing. We lost $10.4 million in 2020. That's Before depreciation by not operating summer fest or any other shows down here or the ethnic festivals, So that's quite a mountain to climb. To try to make that money back and start replenishing our reserves again after we put $10 million of our own money into the amphitheatre, which was a $51 million project, so You know, I have, really, I really couldn't tell you what the future holds. I can tell you exactly what 21 is planned for, And if for some reason we run into a fork in the road In 21. Well, then we'll make a decision. At that time when you mentioned the ethnic festivals. Does this new schedule for summer fest proper, have any Will it have any impact on any of the ethnic festivals and they're scheduling No. The ethnic festivals would have the same dates as they would have had in 20 Got it. One of the other things in your announcement today for the nine days of summer fest. It looks like eight of the days are already booked for the amphitheater, and it looks like you've got just a a killer lineup coming there. I can give them to you if you're interested. Sure. Okay. On June 24 we have Khalid 25 is Luke Bryan 26 is Justin Bieber. July 1st Dave Matthews. The second is blank. 1 82. The third is Halsey. The eighth is Stapleton and the 10th his guns and roses. So we have one day to fill July 9th. Actually, it's filled but we can announce it. Yes, and we have some other shows sprinkled in around those dates. Already. So I think that's one of the things that people need to recognize as well and in part because of the partnership you have with with live nation now, the summer fest grounds. There's even outside the parameters of the run of summer fest that the summer fest grounds we're going to be utilized, probably more than ever in 2021 with big shows, right? Yes, sir. That was a great deal We did with the Frank Brothers, which is the live nation partner here in Wisconsin and That will provide more more shows more opportunities it required. Um, the reconstruction of the amphitheater. If we didn't do that, we wouldn't be any more shows And you know, there are some shows that we won't get there. Some shows that just play that, you know, they just want to play indoors and will will not get a shot of those. And There's plenty of venues in town for for those bands to play indoors and then and then we're going to get a shot at at bands that want to play amphitheaters. So we feel like we're in good shape. They're in and we're set up for the future, and I'm sure there's going to be some traditionalists who look at this and say, I really I really missed that Tuesday's show or I can't believe they're doing away with opening day Wednesday, but This is kind of a new reality that you're dealing with in a festival. Look, Let's just, you know, get this out of the way. I mean, we know we're not going to get all the votes and we know that there will be you know, there will be some that don't agree, but you know, we're going off a day out of I, You know, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I love that. I think that's passion. That's like arguing who should hit second or third and play right field or second base. I mean, if they're not talking about you, I mean, then you really have a problem. So You know, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. We're just going on the facts. We know what our attendance is going back. Years. Um For Thursday, Friday Saturday and we know what kind of revenue we do on those days and we know exactly what the expenses are so for us to set this up. And get it ready for future generations and replenish our reserve funds. This is the move that we need to make. Got it done. Smiley Summer fest CEO. Thanks so much for spending some time with me this afternoon. I always appreciate it.

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Coronavirus survivors should be cautious while air quality is poor due to wildfires

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus survivors should be cautious while air quality is poor due to wildfires

"And Action Day alert for air qualities in effect for the front range corridor that runs at least until for this afternoon, and that's due to the smoke from the wildfires. They're burning in the state State Department of Public Health and Environment says multiple pollutants could reach the unhealthy for sensitive groups. Category A times. Greatest air quality impacts expected to be in the Denver metro area. But that could extend further north medical professional suggesting certain covered 19 survivors could probably air should probably air on the side of caution because of the air quality pulmonary doctors have seen the impacts. Koven, 19 has on some patient's lungs after the virus is out of their system. We know that many of our patients that have Recovered from Kobe and even people that have been severe enough to require here in the hospital, or I see you like months later. Still having symptoms, whether that be unknowing shortness of brand fatigue just haven't been able to return back to their normal state of health. Doctors say. Some patients even see scarring in their lungs and other complications, putting them at risk. But there are still unknowns about how the virus impact your ability long term, especially through these conditions, occasion to have had Kobe. They certainly are at risk of having Maur airway sensitivity, and it's possible that their symptoms may get worse in the setting of poor air quality. But I don't think we have enough data to know for sure. We just don't know how to open 19 is gonna affect your susceptibility on to things like smoke particulate matter that go along with with wildfires. In the end, when air quality is low when you've had complications, breathing even after Cove. It Doctors say air on the side of

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Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion

WBZ Midday News

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion

"Explosion in Lebanon's capital city kills at least 100 people and injures for 1000 Maur this morning. Some residents are searching the debris in the streets of Beirut frantically looking for missing loved ones. The source of the blast remains unclear, but Lebanese investigators are focusing on a warehouse. That held tons of the explosive ammonium nitrate, suggesting an industrial accident. ABC Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem. The root is a city in shock and grief. Some officials comparing the massive explosions at the port to the atomic bombing of Hiroshi Mima. Health officials say the blast killed at least 100 people. They do expect the death toll to rise given dozens or presumed trapped under rubble. Hospital struggling to treat at least 4000 injured residents, Lebanon's prime minister confirmed Firming 2750 metric tons of stored ammonium nitrate blew up, but it's still unclear what initially set the chemicals on fire. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem Initial reports was that was of fireworks manufacturing plant.

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Teen missing for more than a week survived in woods on berries and creek water

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Teen missing for more than a week survived in woods on berries and creek water

"Photos just in from the feudal family. Shoji, a few in the hospital receiving treatment, 18 year old was found Saturday after nine days of searching off US highway to her car ran out of gas. She was found deep in the woods near Steven's Pass at the bottom of a steep ravine about Two miles miles into into the the Cascade Cascade Mountains, Mountains, camels camels Cara Cara Continent Continent with with Maur. Maur. She She was was lost lost in in steep, steep, wooded wooded terrain terrain where where she she wandered wandered around around for for miles miles for for eight eight days. days. She She only thought she was up there for three days. She didn't realize you get delirious. After long. Do you have any food in the water situation up there for more than a week the teenage Berries and drank water from a nearby creek. Rescuers founder Saturday near that creek in a wooded ravine about a mile away from where her car was found. JIA's prayers now answer like everyone knows. I mean, they all come out of one either way. For to go this way with Being out there for that long. Those elements is just it's America, and JIA had a chance to have that first hamburger, French fries and milkshake. Her family says they hope she'll be out of the hospital soon. Let's go.

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Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

All Things Considered

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

"Which is a problem If you study them, we basically have no idea what they're doing, how they're using the landscape all of those kinds of things. Peter Rag is the behavioral Ecologist at Cornell University. And he says one way to solve the problem is to eavesdrop on the elephants instead. Leads Cornell's elephants were listening project, which uses an array of microphones in the rainforests of Central Africa to record the rumbling and trumpeting of elephants. They pick up other sounds too, like the chest beats of guerillas. By now, he estimates they have gathered a 1,000,000 hours of tape. And he says, analyzing that much tape is a beast. Very, very slow, very tedious. Jonathan Jones, Selman agrees. He volunteered on the project as a teenager, hand picking elephant calls. He thought there had to be a better way. So he and fellow Stanford grad Nikita Demir trained artificial intelligence to do the job. Instead, Here's Gom Selman, we feed these models, hundreds of examples of both audio clips with and without elephant calls, and then these deep learning models of basically the overtime. Able TTO learn specific features that the people training these models don't fully know ourselves. They'll present the model next week at a virtual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Other Wreg hasn't yet tried the new algorithm. He says. It seems faster and more accurate than earlier. Aye, aye attempts, which gives him and other scientists a better chance to decode the mysteries of elephants rumbles. This is their language. If we can start understanding that better, we know Maur. What's going on in the forest where we can't see anything because to keep an eye on the forest you got to keep in here.

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Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

All Things Considered

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

"Elephants True to the name spend their lives hidden in the rainforest, which is a problem If you study them, we basically have no idea what they're doing, how they're using the landscape all of those kinds of things. Peter Reggae is the behavioral Ecologist at Cornell University. And he says one way to solve the problem is to eavesdrop on the elephants instead. Greg leads Cornell's Elephant Listening project, which uses an array of microphones in the rainforests of Central Africa to record the rumbling and trumpeting of elephants. They pick up other sounds too, like the chest beats of guerillas. By now, he estimates they've gathered a 1,000,000 hours of tape. And he says, analyzing that much tape is a beast. Very, very slow, very tedious. Jonathan Jones, Selman agrees. He volunteered on the project as a teenager, hand picking elephant calls. He thought there had to be a better way. So he and fellow Stanford grad Nikita Dimier trained artificial intelligence to do the job. Instead, Here's Gom Selman, we feed these models, hundreds of examples of both audio clips with and without elephant calls, and then these deep learning models are basically the overtime. Able TTO learn specific features that the people training these models don't fully know ourselves. They'll present the model next week at a virtual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Other Wreg hasn't yet tried the new algorithm, he says. It seems faster and more accurate than earlier. Aye, aye attempts, which gives him and other scientists a better chance to decode the mysteries of elephants rumbles. This is their language. If we can start understanding that better. We know Maur. What's going on in the forest where we can't see anything because to keep an eye on the forest, you got to keep an ear on it, too.

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Louie Gohmert, who refused to wear a mask, tests positive for coronavirus

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Louie Gohmert, who refused to wear a mask, tests positive for coronavirus

"Congressman Louis Gohmert, one of the president's most ardent allies, is now tested positive for Corona virus. In a video shared to Twitter Wednesday afternoon, Gohmert confirmed his diagnosis and pushed back against reports that he does not regularly wear a face mask looks worn A mask Maur the last week or two Than I have in the whole last four months, and I was wearing my mask at the judiciary hearing. Despite his claim, Gomer was seen interacting with Attorney General William Bharat that hearing while neither were wearing face coverings, and he went on to question without evidence whether touching masks in order to adjust them could negate their benefits.

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AstraZeneca vaccine trial data are promising

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

AstraZeneca vaccine trial data are promising

"Meantime, some good news. Today is the day a major medical journal says initial data on a human trial for a covert vaccine will be published. Jessica Rosenthal has Maur The Lancet Medical Journal says the first data from the covert vaccine that AstraZeneca and Oxford or testing will be published today. It's apparently made using a weakened version of the common Cold virus. Some medical experts are saying of all the vaccine trials going on. This 1 may be the most promising. Madonna is also working on a vaccine that many are hopeful about after an initial trial showed the vaccine produced an immune response in the first few dozen trial

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Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Seattle City Council debates how to defund police department

"Seattle City Council is wrapping up debates and public input about slashing police funding by 50% more from comas met mark of it. A council heard from two groups that the council members of majority of them have pledged to listen to They have their considerations heard as council members debate on how to defund SPD this year. Now Mayor Durkin is asking for a 5% or $20 million cut for the remainder of 2020. Counsel in the group that air listening to decriminalize. Seattle is asking for Maur this year and definitely at least 50% for next year. And they're talking about a phased approach. Now that what could be really wound down this year, the presenter said. The investment into alternative policing needs to be made. Later this year really have to get out of this paradigm. A believing criminalization. Our response to harm with armed officers is the appropriate response. We know that it's not a had a police chief Carmen best. Tells Cuomo's Michelle Esteban that a cut of 50% would be irresponsible and reckless, she said. If those 50% cuts go through, it would quote unquote decimate public safety and community safety. Here in the city, we cannot lay off. 700 officers and expect to remain safe in the city of Seattle. When seven of nine council members say they support cutting ESPYs budget by 50% and those same council members were meeting to discuss proposed cuts. Chief best made sure she was heard to sitting down for a one on one to say no one asked her, though one's contacting me from the council to talk about what would be a rational thought out plan. The city's top cop says that a 50% cut this year would be quote unquote catastrophic to public safety.

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How to become a malware analyst

Cyber Work

05:44 min | 2 years ago

How to become a malware analyst

"You started out in kind of this this you know sort of loose umbrella organization the security. Checkpoints and stuff? But obviously it was a big jump between what you were doing there and moving up to a CTO and infrastructure manager, and so forth says you started configuring networks for small businesses so like. What were some of the major sort of stepping stones where you went from? This area of knowledge, and then you've got you know this this much higher in this tire. What were some of the sort of transformative things in your career that got you to where you are now where you're starting on companies, and so forth yet so when I said twenty, three, twenty, four, twenty, five, remember the age now and one of the big challenges in the olden days I should was Maui mostly through email arms. It was a constant challenge seems we would buy foul would say that I would change it with. Would by Boris you stop with the answer virus, but. Announcing to be constantly constant challenge to the businesses How could we start now at Einstein, which was the best dog. Back then as well coming into the network and we kept buying Butson kept going on today to see asking for more money. And why? Why did you spend this much money in the digital and so? From that? I decided that I wanted to follow in the logical me was. I don't think there should be a business issue. Technology issue on if I was running a technology company. I have ends do whatever I wanted, and then the baton. We could change your bowl so I saw saw company. Hold at sleep. At which wasn't enough security today and the idea was was to. Move Email security teams. Kyle. which everyone looked to me like headset. Quarantine is selling. It's good to get quarantined in the cloud. That was the mentality that unto make it a Subscriber Solution I. I thought that company. As a see, I became Iras, we took investment. And We grew fast not completely I in Dot com date to the to the embezzles on not later became a think fuse mail, which is now by viper that still going somewhere. That's GONNA. Fifteen Years Eissa. Nice legacy! From that when I Got Very involved in some government stuff some some logic at the right I saw A. It was the time was inspired by security advisement. Advise up a full, many large companies and. I helped trying secure environments in addition a lot of recovery ransomware Congress opponent came after the next is. A lot of breach recovery's reach detection I'm cigarette. And one of the things, we always still route throughout my twenty s I guess ninety now getting more than twenty nine thousand eight is. It's a waste Maur so it's whether it's somebody opening an email attachment whether it's. Pushing out like wannacry into seventeen or glass. To Wasting Maui, that's the pain point, everybody. Okay. Well, let's let's jump right into. That did so. Our topic today, specifically ransomware, but malware in general, so we've. We've spoken about ransomware on on past episodes. We had a great episode of a while back. We might release it with a Christian beak of McAfee who else talked about the no more ransom organization, but certainly as you say Malcolm. Malware ransomware aren't going away anytime soon, and they're always sort of. Staying one step ahead of Cybersecurity, expert experts, and you know sort of counter, a malware methods, and so forth I've always. We're always putting new sort of Maur of the week up on our on our interest resources site, and all sorts of crazy things, things young gap jumping and all these new technologies that that. you know added to things so What is the state of ransomware at the moment? Do you think it's gone down? Stayed Up, stayed the same in the age of Covid nineteen people. You know being decentralized locations and working from home and things like that is that make people more or less susceptibility thinker it so I know. Unfortunately it's gone up till nine extreme level at Bobi the highest job we seem. In the last three years. It's happened in the last three months. Okay, I. That stems from various various things one is we've now. The premature is now gone where. Nitty gone, fall, but the people who are outside liver attendance, being more technical savvy sales guys us, not pulsing used to get with technology and the threats. Now we've taken coal centers outside of the rental. We've native. People who pay lowest salaries outside of the purposes of they've lost. A little bit permits security. We've seen massive amounts of increase in things coming through, but more money things executed. The other huge contributing bachelors. Nobody knows what the moments anymore nobody knows. Is it normal to get an email from my CIO estimates? You're Oakland Sunday because. Normally. They're Managing was sitting across the evangelist our when people are home, in Saudi the most tech savvy people get these emails. ACID mortal enables macaroni. Viljoen down his file. Oh, you need to die. Leagues get access to this site on making a diving. It's not actually diabate Moran. We'll sing Momo. People get tricked into doing things that they. Traditionally do.

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