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why are crypto exchanges vulnerable to hacks?

Blockchain technology can make transactions safe and secure, but crypto-currency exchanges that trade bitcoins and other virtual currencies that are based on this technology have been hacked because they are not working on secure networks, experts say. Late last week, the Tokyo-based Coincheck exchange reported a 58 billion yen ($530 million) loss of crypto currency due to hacking. The Coincheck exchange has halted trading of the stolen currency, NEM and restricted dealings in most other crypto currencies. It was the second major hacking assault on a Japanese crypto exchange after the Mt. Gox debacle in 2014. Here’s a look at the security concerns surrounding crypto currencies. WHAT IS BLOCKCHAIN? As its name implies, blockchain is a chain of digital “blocks” that contain records of transactions, says Curtis Miles at IBM Blockchain. Each…

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top 10 tv shows

BIRTHDAY FEVER THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS, SEASON 8 BEST MATES VANDERPUMP RULES, SEASON 6 2205 THE BACHELOR, SEASON 22 COMRADES IN ARMS THE RESIDENT, SEASON 1 MANHUNT THE ASSASSINATION OF GIANNI VERSACE: AMERICAN CRIME STORY, SEASON 2 STARS AND GRIPES SUMMER HOUSE, SEASON 2 CLOSE TO HOME, PT. 2 THE BRAVE, SEASON 1 GUILTY BY ASSOCIATION THE CHALLENGE: VENDETTAS A FRUITFUL PARTNERSHIP THE ALIENIST, SEASON 1 JULIETTE, INTERRUPTED SIESTA KEY, SEASON 1…

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emergency alerts to be sent less widely to make them useful

Regulators want to make emergency alerts on cellphones more useful by requiring wireless carriers to distribute them less widely. The Federal Communications Commission says carriers must transmit the alerts to more specific locations, rather than broadly. That could help make alerts more relevant. The fear is that consumers will disregard alerts if they come too often or don’t address an emergency in their immediate area. These messages appear on phones like texts with a loud buzzing and noise. Except for messages from the president, phone users can choose to stop receiving them. The more precise geo-targeting was approved this week and will go into effect in November 2019. By May 2019, wireless providers also have to support alerts in Spanish and longer alerts — up to 360 characters, from 90.…

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‘halal’ internet means more control in iran after unrest

Guns drawn, Iranian intelligence agents rushed into the apartment of a Washington Post reporter and his journalist wife in Tehran. Threatening to kill Jason Rezaian in front of his wife, Yeganeh, the 20 agents in the July 2014 raid tore through their belongings and rifled through drawers, clothes and valuables for an hour. But perhaps their most eagerly sought target wasn’t exactly inside the house: They forced the couple to hand over the passwords to their email and social media profiles. That raid demonstrated how much of a threat Iran’s theocratic government sees in the internet. It has long sought to strictly control cyberspace and social media — and, thereby, the flow of information to the public. But the Islamic Republic’s relationship with the world wide web is far more complicated than simple repression.…

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medical marvels

Technological advancements are in every part of our lives, including the medical field. X-rays once made on film now are digital and can be transmitted anywhere in seconds. The amount of oxygen in one’s blood can be measured by sliding a soft, thimble-like device onto the end of a finger. A pill-size video camera/transmitter can be swallowed to give a doctor an inside look at the digestive system. Inflatable plastic bags serve as splints for broken bones. The advancements in medical technology keep coming... REMOTE MONITORING A company called Eko has created a device that attaches to a regular stethoscope and creates digital displays and recordings for physicians. The information can be transmitted to others for study. Eko also has developed a small monitor about the size of an open flip-phone that can…

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box office top 20: ‘maze runner’ races to no.1 with $24.2m

“Maze Runner: The Death Cure,” the third installment in the young adult dystopian series, raced to the top of the box office in its opening weekend in theaters with $24.2 million 20th Century Fox said Monday. It bumped “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” into second place after its $16.1 million weekend. The Dwayne Johnson pic had been resting easy at No. 1 for three straight weeks and has earned $337.8 million to date. The Christian Bale-led Western “Hostiles” expanded to more theaters this weekend and took the third-place spot with $10.1 million. “The Greatest Showman” sung its way to fourth place with $9.6 million, and the Pentagon Papers drama “The Post” nabbed fifth place with $9.1 million. The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio,…