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Candy Crush Saga adds 15 ice cream-based levels in latest update

Who doesn’t enjoy ice cream? The folks at publisher King know that most folks love that treat and have added 15 new ice cream-based levels to the popular puzzle-based game Candy Crush Saga for Windows Phone and Windows 10.

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Sony’s latest SmartBand can monitor your heart rate and stress levels

Sony has announced the SmartBand 2. The fitness tracker now features a heart rate monitor that can check your pulse, and even your stress levels in conjunction with the accelerometer. While it does not feature a display, the SmartBand 2 does offer customizable LEDs that you can use to configure between calls, messages and emails. The SmartBand 2 is compatible with iOS devices running iOS 8.2 and up.

The SmartBand 2 also offers sleep tracking and logging, allowing you to gauge your sleep patterns. The IP68 certification allows you to take the fitness tracker to the pool, with the band cataloging all activity automatically, along with your corresponding heart rate. Sony is touting a battery life of two days from an hour’s worth of charge. You can access all your logged data, including sleep and fitness activity from the Lifelog app, which collates that information along with other moments, such as pictures taken, games played and the music you’ve listened to.

Sony has announced that the SmartBand 2 will go on sale globally in September for €119, which comes out to roughly $133. The fitness tracker will be available in black and white initially, with pink and indigo color options becoming available at a later date. With the fitness tracking portion limited to the removeable core module, you can accessorize the SmartBand 2 with additional color bands in the future.

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Danish crime levels ‘remarkably low’ in 2014

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As The Local recently reported, home break-ins were down sharply in 2014. But the good news doesn’t stop there. There were 337,062 reported law violations in 2014 according to year-end numbers from the Danish National Police (Rigspolitiet). That marks a 6.7 percent decrease from 2013 and according to a Danish National Police press release, one would have to go “far back in time” to find crime levels as low as they were in 2014. “We know that the Danish population as a whole feels very safe. The figures show that there is good reason for that, as crime is at a remarkably low level,” National Police Chief Jens Henrik Højbjerg said. The fall in home break-ins was a key factor in the overall crime decrease, but business burglaries were also down by over 15 percent compared to 2013 levels. Højbjerg also said that pick-pocketing and cons were also down sharply and that police are also having a greater influence in areas in which residents don’t traditionally report crimes to the police, such as human trafficking. The 2014 crime figures weren’t all good news, however. Credit card fraud and data theft figures rose last year. “Throughout 2015 we will further beef up […]

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Hacking happens at all cyber levels

Headlines about security breaches occurring at many retail stores like Target, Home Depot, and other outlets are certainly showing that cyber attacks are front and center. Obviously, these types of data breaches are upsetting for large retailers, but do not […]

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15 Year Old Best Rapper !?! Baby Blake – Levels Video

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Threat levels low, but persistent, in U.S.-Canada marine transportation system

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  maritime_port_security Ships traveling between the U.S. and Canada and the ports that serve them can present an attractive targets to terrorists, but the vessels and facilities present a difficult environment to execute an attack, according to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security report. Homepage position:  10 read more View full […]

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Threats levels low, but persistent in U.S.-Canada marine transportation system

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  maritime_port_security Ships traveling between the U.S. and Canada and the ports that serve them can present an attractive targets to terrorists, but the vessels and facilities present a difficult environment to execute an attack, according to a U.S. Department of Homeland Security report. Homepage position:  10 read more View full […]

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Spam Levels Down, Mobile Malware On The Rise

McAfee has released their quarterly threat report for the fourth quarter of 2011, and some of the results may surprise you. The report examines the biggest threats to online security for both the fourth quarter and all of 2011. The report shows that while spam email seems to be on the decline, malware remains a significant threat.

While malware remains a significant problem on computers – PCs far moreso than Macs – the biggest area of growth for malware has turned out to be mobile. Google’s Android platform is increasingly the target of malware. According to the report, mobile malware and adware were at an all-time high in 2011 in general, and in the fourth quarter in particular. Most Android malware hijacks users’ phones and uses them to send SMS messages. The ease with with an Android device can be rooted makes the problem worse, as the same exploits rooters use to hack the operating system to increase their ability to customize it can also be used by attackers to hijack the phones.

Meanwhile, malware growth on PCs appears to have declined in the fourth quarter. Yet the study warns that there were still over 75 million unique malware samples recorded, meaning that users cannot afford to relax their vigilance. Macs remain the most secure platform. Despite a spike in June, the malware threat on Mac computers remains all but nonexistent. Nevertheless, the report reminds users that “it’s always wise to protect your system, even if it’s a MacBook Air.”

Perhaps the best news to come out of the report involves spam. While spam email messages still vastly outnumber legitimate email messages, the gap appears to be closing. While some countries – including the United States – experienced slight increases in spam volume, overall volume was the lowest it’s been in years. The report cautions, though, that the threats represented by spam email remain as strong as ever, and perhaps even stronger. While volume has certainly decreased, the report notes that address lists for spambots have become more accurate and more precisely targeted.

The full report, which includes a more detailed breakdown of threats and a country-by-country breakdown of spam rates, can be found in PDF form here. Another interesting detail tucked away in the report’s discussion of malware is that the majority of malicious sites are actually hosted in the United States.

Have you noticed a decline in the amount of spam you’ve been getting? If you’re an Android user, have you had an problems with malware? Let us know in the comments?

Article source: http://www.webpronews.com/spam-down-malware-on-rise-2012-02

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Olympics cyber security to reach ‘unprecedented levels’

Britain’s online defences will be boosted to “unprecedented levels” during the Olympics next summer, according to the Prime Minister’s national security adviser.

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