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Longtime Washington Football Team pass rusher Ryan Kerrigan announced his departure from the team today only to sign with the rival Philadelphia Eagles soon afterwards. Naturally, the subject of wanting “revenge” on his former employer came up in his first interview. Speaking to ESPN’s John Keim, Kerrigan tried to make it clear that revenge was […] The post Ryan Kerrigan Was Asked If He’s Looking For “Revenge” appeared first on The Spun.
Prepare, Monday, June 14, with harassed, M6, Claire Keim and Bruno Salomone embark on an infernal spiral.
Monday 14 June, M6 offersa fiction in which (which has been betrayed by relatives) embodies a wife and mother all that is more ordinary until the day where, victim of cyberland, his daily rocked. A clover telefilm all the more terrifying that it relies on a reality that no one is immune. But to what extent is fiction realistic? Julien Dewolf, producer of fiction, and Damien Bancal, expert in cybercrime, bring answers.
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Reality Updated In Harcasts Realistic?
Video: trailer of "harassed" on M6 (Dailymotion)
The Vallorca victims in harassed is terrifying ... and quite realistic! "Unfortunately, everything is true !, begins the producer. Everyone is not able to do it. If trotting on the internet is accessible to everyone, hacker someone's laptop or access to The camera's camera requires a little more work, explains Julien Dewolf, the telefilm producer. Hacker someone's phone is possible from the moment there is access. We put a Program, available on the internet to spy on your spouse, his children ..., and we have access to his phone without the person with it. Now there are several levels of hacking, and the one above, the hacking Pure and hard, requires strong technical and computer skills, is obviously not within the reach of everyone. "
Error margin (darling 25) Anny Duperey: "Playing in a court, it's very impressive"
Archive. This evening darling 25 rebounding the fiction margin of error scope by Anny Duperey in which the actress camps a lawy without concession, ready to make justice. A role created for it by its old accomplice Joël Santoni, the director of a great family. We propose to re-read the interview that the actress granted us in 2014. © Dr. Archive.
"The intake of hostage will grow"
a reality confirmed by Damien Banca, a cybercrime expert: " The pirates send an attachment in a trapped email or a malicious link. Then he can unfortunately Do not do everything: listen (if microphone), look (if webcam), intercept keyboard strikes ... [...] Social networks are a perfect field of cyberattacks, continues the expert. The most common are the hacking of 'A Facebook account, Twitter ... We also note an avalanche of "ransomwares". The intake of hostage will gain magnitude. Connected objects are also targets. The priority of hackers being to steal personal data which can be used or resold ... "
to guard the maximum of this inconvenience, of which still nobody is immune, apply the basics: choose complicated passwords and change them regularly, install Antivirus, CO Lule a paper on your computer's camera, turn off his Wi-Fi connection in the evening ... and do not lend your phone ... especially to your spouse if you have anything to blame you!
Vernon Davis launches acting career that he hopes will obscure his football career .
Former NFL tight end Vernon Davis doesn’t want to be known as former NFL tight end Vernon Davis. He wants to be known as current actor Vernon Davis. Via John Keim of ESPN.com, Davis recently explained that he hopes his acting career will eventually make people forget that he played football. “Over time I’ll probably [more]Via John Keim of ESPN.com, Davis recently explained that he hopes his acting career will eventually make people forget that he played football.