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  2. VMware has released security updates to address a vulnerability affecting multiple VMware products. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to take control of an affected system. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages users and administrators to review VMware Security Advisory VMSA-2019-0001 and apply the necessary updates. https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2019/02/15/VMware-Releases-Security-Updates
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  4. Vaccine misinformation and Infowars: Researchers wary of Facebook's embrace of 'Groups' Two years ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a renewed focus on communities and its Groups feature, boasting that it would help create a more “meaningful” social infrastructure. It worked. Last month, Zuckerberg told investors that “hundreds of millions” of users reported belonging in “meaningful groups,” up from one million in 2017, when the company began focusing on Groups. “Connecting with communities of people that you're interested in is going to be as central to the experience as connecting with friends and family,” he told investors last month. But that shift has also moved Facebook activity out of public view, leaving researchers to warn that they now know less about what is happening on the social network and how the company’s algorithm-driven recommendations are funneling people to fringe communities and misinformation. “As a researcher, we can get content but content isn’t what you need to research Facebook and see how these groups work,” said Jonathan Albright, director of research at Columbia University's Tow Center for Digital Journalism. “We need to know more about the networks and members of groups that spread false information and target individuals.” “It would take a lot of work and more of a partnership than Facebook is willing to establish, especially for this kind of work,” Albright said. Groups gained public attention this week when The Guardian uncovered a vast network of groups spreading false information about vaccines. “STOP Mandatory Vaccination,” one of the largest anti-vaccine private groups at more than 126,000 members, is led by Larry Cook, a self-described “social media activist” with no children or medical training. Cook and his members promote the dispoven theory that vaccines cause autism and spread conspiracies that outbreaks of preventable diseases are “hoaxes” perpetrated by the government. In response to the negative press, Facebook told Bloomberg News it was considering “reducing or removing this type of content” from the recommendations it offers users. Those recommendations have also come under increased scrutiny. Part of Facebook’s plan for growth has relied on it’s recommendation engine — the algorithm the company relies on to get users to join more groups. The algorithm that powers the right rail of “suggested groups” isn’t public, and a Facebook spokesperson declined to give details other than saying they are tailored to individual users. But researchers like Renée DiResta, who studies online disinformation as director of research at cybersecurity company New Knowledge, have found Facebook “actively pushes” users down a rabbit hole of increasingly misinformed, conspiratorial and radical communities. Zuckerberg has acknowledged the significance of the recommendation engine, writing in 2017, “Most don't seek out groups on their own — friends send invites or Facebook suggests them.” Facebook is not the only tech company to face criticism for developing automated recommendations that push users toward misinformation. YouTube recently announced it would be changing its own recommendation engine to stop suggesting conspiracy videos, after years of similar outcry from researchers and former employees critical of what they claimed was the company’s bargain in which it suggested extreme content to keep people watching. Source
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  6. Germany to Extend Electric Company Car Tax Incentives: Paper FILE PHOTO: German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz attends a media briefing during his visit to Beijing, China, January 17, 2019. German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz plans to extend tax incentives for electric company cars, he told a newspaper on Saturday, the government's latest attempt to boost demand for clean vehicles. Germany is trying to increase electric car sales in the wake of a diesel emissions cheating scandal that has engulfed its auto industry in the last three years. "Half of all cars sold in Germany are company cars," Scholz told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. "So I have decided that we will not end tax support for electric cars and plug-in hybrid company cars in 2021 but extend them maybe over the whole decade," he said, adding that would help improve air quality and meet climate goals. He added, however, that the rules for plug-in hybrids would be tightened, so that only cars that can travel on electric power further than they do today would be eligible. Since January, drivers of electric company cars which they also use for private journeys pay less tax than they would for a vehicle with a combustion engine. Government subsidy schemes have helped boost sales but even with rising demand, electric cars made up only 1 percent of new car registrations last year, according to the KBA motor vehicle authority. The government has acknowledged it will miss its target of having 1 million electric vehicles on the road by 2020 by two years. Source
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  10. TCL is working on a foldable phone that bends into a smartwatch It's one of a family of foldable devices in development with the Chinese company, best known for budget televisions. TCL is exploring making a flexible phone that folds into a smartwatch. CNET Foldable devices are all the rage. Even television maker TCL is getting in on the game. The Chinese company, best known for budget televisions, but also phones through its BlackBerry Mobile and Alcatel brands, is working on at least five devices employing flexible displays, including two tablets, two smartphones and a flexible phone that could curve into a smartwatch, according to company renderings and patent image filings obtained by CNET. One tablet has a display that folds inward, like a clamshell, while the other has a display on the outside, like the Royole Flexpai. The smartphones, meanwhile, also have two variants that fold on the inside and outside, but they bend at the horizontal line, like a traditional flip phone. The last phone appears to be tall and skinny and able to curve into a cuff around a wrist. None share the same design as Samsung's foldable phone. Video: We can't wait for smartphones to dazzle us at MWC 2019 The images underscore the industry's growing interest in foldable devices, which is seen as the next major leap in phone design and a way to get us interested in phones again. People are holding onto their smartphones longer than before, and it's getting harder to justify a pricey upgrade given the relatively minor tweaks made every year. The hope is that foldables can change that and introduce a new way of interacting with electronics. The images are preliminary, and TCL could change or scrap its plans. It's also unclear when the devices could hit the market. But a TCL executive told CNET last monththat the company will release its first foldable device in 2020. At the time, it was unclear just what kind of device it would be, since the company makes so many different ones. "It's not just smartphones," said Stefan Streit, TCL's general manager of global marketing, said in an interview at CES, adding that other consumer products like wearables, home appliances and TVs could also benefit from the new foldable technology. One of the renderings seen by CNET show devices that fold with a Surface Book-like gap in the middle. There's little else known about these devices. The company is among the top players in televisions, but has a lower profile when it comes to phones. It struck a licensing deal with BlackBerry to make productivity-focused phones, and has itself licensed out the Palm name to a startup that's made a bizarre tiny phone that's a companion for your main phone. The company is hoping to build up its name recognition by jumping on one of the flashiest trends in the industry. One TCL patent filing shows a foldable phone that curves into a smartwatch. CNET Most major Android phone makers and even unknown startups are working on foldable devices. Google has said it's committed to providing Android support for foldable designs. Startup Royole already sells its foldable device, the FlexPai, for $1,318 (£1,209) for the 6GB of RAM and 128GB variant. The FlexPai closes like a book, with its screen on the outside. And even Apple has filed patents for foldable phone designs. Samsung, the world's biggest smartphone maker, will show off its efforts at next week's Galaxy S10 launch. Its device -- rumored to be called the Galaxy X, Galaxy F, Galaxy Flex or Galaxy Fold -- is a tablet when it's fully opened and then a phone when it's closed. It uses a new display technology called Infinity Flex Display that lets you open and close the device over and over without any degradation. Source
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  12. Google reportedly scored tax breaks using secret shell companies The news comes a day after Amazon said it was canceling plans for a New York hub. Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Stephen Shankland/CNET Google used shell companies and subsidiaries to hide its involvement in expansion plans that yielded millions of dollars in tax breaks, according to a reportby The Washington Post on Friday, casting light on how tech companies cut deals with local governments. When the search giant planned to build a data center in Midlothian, Texas, Google used a subsidiary called Sharka LLC, The Post reported. Other subsidiaries Google set up for development projects include Jet Stream LLC and Questa LLC. Google also extensively uses non-disclosure agreements with officials, The Post said. In the case of the Texas data center, Google was seeking a decade of tax breaks, but Midlothian's head of economic development was barred from disclosing Google's involvement in the project, the report said. The size of deals between local governments and tech companies was thrust into the spotlight Thursday after Amazon dropped a bombshell announcement: It was no longer going forward with plans to build a massive second headquarters in New York City. The withdrawal followed intense opposition from local politicians and union groups, fueled in part by the tax breaks the city gave the e-commerce giant. Deal-making is crucial for Google as it revs up expansion. Earlier this week, CEO Sundar Pichai said the search giant is investing $13 billion in data centers and offices around the country, mostly in the Midwest, East Coast and South. That includes new and expanded data centers in Ohio, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Texas. New and expanded office locations include sites in Virginia, Georgia and Chicago. In California, Google is building a giant campus in San Jose, about 15 miles from the company's headquarters in Mountain View. The new San Jose outpost will be Google's second-largest campus. Partnership for Working Families, which obtained the Google records and shared them with The Post, has sued the city of San Jose over its negotiations with Google. The advocacy group didn't respond to a request for comment. A Google spokeswoman called its tactics "standard industry practices." At the early stages of deals, companies often strive to keep negotiations quiet because they don't want to tip off competitors or announce their plans prematurely. But some critics have pointed to the secrecy as detrimental to local communities, which sometimes can't protest until it's too late. "We believe public dialogue is vital to the process of building new sites and offices, so we actively engage with community members and elected officials in the places we call home," the Google spokeswoman said in a statement. "Of course, when we enter new communities we use common industry practices and work with municipalities to follow their required procedures." Still, tamping down concerns from local communities will be an ongoing battle for tech giants, as Silicon Valley faces more scrutiny than ever over its scale and influence. On Friday, Google tried to highlight some of the benefits of its expansion. The company said Google's data centers create $1.3 billion in economic activity, $750 million in labor income, and 11,000 jobs throughout the US in a single year. Source
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  15. IBM sets forth with a strong cybersecurity message IBM has a strong cybersecurity message, but there's a gap between IBM security and its corporate vision. If IBM can bridge this gap, it can carve out a unique market position. Stephen Lawson/IDG I just got back from attending IBM Think in San Francisco. Though it was a quick trip across the country, I was inundated with IBM’s vision, covering topics from A (i.e. artificial intelligence) to Z (i.e. System Z) and everything in between. Despite the wide-ranging discussion, IBM’s main focus was on three areas: 1) hybrid cloud, 2) advanced analytics, and 3) security. For example, IBM’s hybrid cloud discussion centered on digital transformation and leaned heavily on its Red Hat acquisition, while advanced analytics included artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive computing (Watson), neural networks, etc. To demonstrate its capabilities in these areas, IBM paraded out customers such as Geico, Hyundai Credit Corporation, and Santander Bank, who are betting on IBM for game-changing digital transformation projects. [ Keep up with 8 hot cyber security trends (and 4 going cold). | Sign up for CSO newsletters. ] IBM's cybersecurity plans As for cybersecurity, here are a few of my take-aways about IBM's plans: Not surprisingly, IBM is all-in on cybersecurity services, which now account for more than 50 percent of its cybersecurity revenue. According to ESG research (and lots of other industry sources), cybersecurity services growth will continue to outpace products due to the global cybersecurity skills shortage. (Note: I am an employee of ESG.) IBM is banking on this trend by adding staff, investing in backend systems and processes, and rolling out new service offerings. For example, IBM is working with partners on a managed services program where local partners benefit from IBM’s global resources, analytics, and threat intelligence. Overall, IBM has a unique opportunity to separate itself from the pack and could become the de facto enterprise cybersecurity services leader. Most cybersecurity professionals think of IBM QRadar as a SIEM, competing with the likes of ArcSight, LogRhythm, and Splunk. While this perspective is true, it minimizes its value. QRadar is really a security operations and analytics platform architecture (SOAPA). Customers can use QRadar as a security operations nexus, adding functionality such as network traffic analysis (NTA), vulnerability management (VM), and user behavior analytics (UBA) to the core system. What’s more, QRadar offers several helper applications, such as DNS analytics, most of which are free. Finally, QRadar has thousands of customers around the world. IBM has some work ahead here – it needs to gain cybersecurity street cred by marketing QRadar as a SOAPA offering and global cybersecurity community, rather than a plain old SIEM. IBM is embracing security “from the cloud.” For example, QRadar on cloud (QROC) revenue grew over 20 percent, demonstrating that customers want the value of QRadar without the infrastructure baggage of on-premises collectors, databases, servers, etc. IBM is also poised to roll out its IBM Security Connected (ICS) platform in Q2. In keeping with its minimalist communications, IBM hasn’t trumpeted the ICS initiative, but in my humble opinion, it represents a major change in direction. For ICS, IBM rewrote its security applications as microservices to build a foundation of cloud integration and scale. Thus, ICS applications will grow from discrete SaaS offerings to an integrated cloud-scale cybersecurity architecture over time. Oh, and ICS will come with lots of services options for everything from staff augmentation to outsourcing. ICS has the potential to be a big deal for overwhelmed CISOs with global responsibilities and the need for massive cybersecurity scale. Resilient is an enterprise-class security operations platform. When IBM acquired Resilient Systems a few years ago, it gained a technology leader but sort of ceded the SOAR buzz to other vendors. This is a shame. Resilient may require a bit more work than some of its competitors, but I find that customers are using Resilient to re-architect their security operations processes and establish real and measurable security operations metrics. To me, this is where security operations platforms must go – beyond quick automation and orchestration wins to anchoring security process re-engineering. 4 ways IBM can improve its cybersecurity game IBM’s security portfolio is pretty solid, and the company seems to be more energized than in the past. After attending IBM Think, I do have a few cybersecurity recommendations for folks in Armonk and Cambridge, Massachusetts: While IBM Think has a strong hybrid cloud theme, the IBM security hybrid cloud story remains disjointed – an identity story here, a data security story there, etc. This leads to IBM being outflanked by cloud-savvy security startups. IBM needs a cohesive, tightly integrated product offering and messaging framework here. IBM’s risk management services are solid but somewhat hidden. According to recent ESG research, there is a growing cyber risk management gap between what business executives need and what cybersecurity professionals can deliver. Given its industry knowledge and relationships, IBM should be doing more in the cyber risk management space – at the product and services level. Closely related to #2, cybersecurity is truly a boardroom-level issue – especially for traditional IBM customers. I find that there is a disconnect between IBM’s corporate focus on digital transformation, industry solutions, and hybrid clouds and its cybersecurity go-to-market, which remains centered within the bits and bytes. Again, IBM is in a unique position to figure out a more top-down approach (i.e. from the business down to the technology) and deliver business-centric cybersecurity solutions to customers. IBM spent millions of dollars on a Watson for a cybersecurity advertising campaign, but few cybersecurity professionals have a clue about what Watson for cybersecurity is. The suits in Armonk should pump the advertising brakes and dedicate more toward market education by working with professional organizations such as ISSA, ISC2, SANS, the Infosec Institute, etc. In general, Armonk must understand that the IBM brand is a marketing obstacle when competing for mindshare with vendors like CrowdStrike, FireEye, Palo Alto Networks, etc. Thus, IBM security must work harder and smarter to get the word out. Many thanks to IBM for hosting me in San Francisco this week. I’ll be back at the Moscone Center for RSA in the blink of an eye. Source
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  26. MX Player Pro v1.10.43 [Patched/Clone/AC3/DTS] Requirements: 4.0+ Overview: Powerful video player with advanced hardware acceleration and subtitle support. WHAT'S NEW * We’ve applied a fresh coat of paint to your favourite video player. * Now featuring a grid view with larger thumbnails. * Improved thumbnail caching and loading of local videos. * Floating button colours are now adjusted to provide better visibility on darker themes. * MX Player can now read subtitles on external storages of some Asus/Huawei devices. * HW+ Decoder can now advance to the next file on MiBox3. * And we have made some performance enhancements. ★★★ MOD ★★★ Description: Allows you to install two versions of MX Player on one device. This version of the clone is convenient to use on consoles, as some use MX Player to watch TV programs, and a simple assembly to watch online movies, etc. Changes: Replaced player icon, changed player name to "Player MX" Patched license check Added DTS codec The basis of the clone MX Player took the version from OsitKP For questions: Replacing the icons and the name of the application, if I can, will increase the font as well as advice on the settings of the application to contact QMS credit pitius76m Site https://anonfile.com Sharecode /D1F1icudbf/MX_Player_Pro_1.10.43_clone_apk
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