A key malicious domain name used to control potentially thousands of computer systems compromised via the months-long breach at network monitoring software vendor SolarWinds was commandeered by security experts and used as a "killswitch" created to turn the sprawling cybercrime operation against itself, KrebsOnSecurity has learned.
A bench led by CJI SA Bobde was hearing a batch of a petition seeking the removal of protesting farmers from the borders of Delhi . SC refused to consider the validity of laws today. "Protest's objective must be fulfilled by non-violent means". "The cause of the protest can not be protest". To this, the CJI said it is to enable the discussion.
A smartphone-based vaccine adherence support programme can also be added to optimise vaccine uptake, the University of MI said in a statement. Louisiana expects to receive 80,000 doses of a second vaccine candidate from Moderna - which could get USA approval later this month - in the first week of shipments to states.
Australia will ask the World Trade Organization to investigate punitive Chinese tariffs on barley imports, it said Wednesday, in a significant escalation of tensions between the two nations. And China is a big customer, buying up almost a third of it. Beijing's already hit wine , seafood, timber, and more. "It is important that while this is underway, the Australian Government also prioritise strengthening trade relationships and market access for Australian agriculture and our barley ...
On December 14, 2020, Manitoba RCMP Federal Policing investigators, with the assistance of the Winnipeg Police Service, arrested Peter Nygard , 79, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. "Many victims were initially inducted, coerced and forced to have sex with Nygard through one or more of the following: false promises of modeling or fashion industry jobs; the supply of alcohol and/or drugs, including the drugging of drinks without the victim's knowledge; and physical force".
Speaking during Prime Minister's Questions, Johnson said: "As of today , just this morning, there is unanimous agreement across all the United Kingdom government and devolved administrations that we should proceed in principle with the existing regulations because we don't want to criminalise people's long-made plans".