iPhones are getting thousands of new fonts from Adobe
1,300 free fonts for everyone, and 17,000 fonts for Creative Cloud subscribersPreviously, installing a custom font onto iOS devices was a painstaking multistep process. Today’s update, which Apple announced was coming at WWDC earlier this year, represents official support from one of the biggest font libraries in the world. Users can search fonts by name or filter them by styles like serifs, script, and mono, among others. All Creative Cloud fonts are cleared for personal and commercial use, so users don’t have to worry about licensing issues. The collection includes Typekit fonts, which were renamed Adobe Fonts last year.
The Wall Street Journal report says that "at least a dozen cloud providers" were affected, but focuses on HP to illustrate the severity of the intrusions A lot of this was known in broad terms, as revealed by a Reuters investigation in June. The more detailed WSJ investigation shows just how vulnerable
A WSJ investigation finds that the Cloud Hopper hack was much bigger than previously known, involving at least a Further articles on the same subject. Cloud Hopper . Create your own feed. "She is going to go down in history as one of the three strongest speakers in the United States."
The global hacking campaign known as “Cloud Hopper” perpetrated by government-sponsored Chinese hackers was much worse than originally reported, according toyou should read in full.
The report says that “at least a dozen cloud providers” were affected, but focuses on HP to illustrate the severity of the intrusions and the tactics used to attack and defend.
”The Journal found that Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. was so overrun that the cloud company didn’t see the hackers re-enter their clients’ networks, even as the company gave customers the all-clear.”
Chinese hacking group targeted governments in six countries
A Chinese hacking group has caused chaos for government organizations in numerous different countries for the last three years, a new report reveals. As uncovered by enterprise security company Positive Technologies, the Calypso APT (or Advanced Persistent Threat) group has been active since 2016 and has targeted state institutions in India, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Russia, Thailand and Turkey. The attacks worked by hacking the perimeter of an organization's systems, then using special utilities and malware to gain access to the internal network.
A WSJ investigation finds that the Cloud Hopper hack was much bigger than previously known, involving at least a dozen cloud companies. Reuters names the tech companies targeted by the ' Cloud Hopper ' campaign as Ericsson, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Fujitsu, Tata Consultancy
In the breach known as Cloud Hopper , cyberattackers allegedly working for China’s intelligence services broke into cloud companies, including CGI and IBM, to steal volumes of intellectual A Journal investigation finds the Cloud Hopper attack was much bigger than previously known.
”Inside the clouds, the hackers, known as APT10 to Western officials and researchers, had access to a vast constellation of clients. The Journal’s investigation identified hundreds of firms that had relationships with breached cloud providers, including Rio Tinto, Philips, American Airlines Group Inc., Deutsche Bank AG, Allianz SE, and GlaxoSmithKline PLC.”
“They came in through cloud service providers, where companies thought their data was safely stored. Once they got in, they could freely and anonymously hop from client to client, and defied investigators’ attempts to kick them out for years.”
A lot of this was known in broad terms, as revealed by ain June. The more detailed shows just how vulnerable our data is when stored by a third party, and how aggressively state-sponsored hackers continue to pursue it.
Stranger Things season 4: a big death and the return of Hopper to the program? The strange teasing
The release date of season 4 of Stranger Things has not been revealed but it will (at least) wait until the fall of 2020 to find out more on Netflix. The scriptwriters are already having fun teasing what lies ahead. And according to them, a big death and a return of Hopper could not be excluded. Attention spoilers.
While some fans still do not wantNew death on screen in the recent death of Hopper in the finale of season 3 of , the creators of the series already seem ready to break our hearts once again during the season 4, currently in preparation.
Invited by a surfer on Twitter to describe these new episodes in 4 emojis, the writers (via their official account) did not hesitate to choose the annoyed / frustrated emoji (the one who blows of the nose) and above all, the skull emoji . So obviously, we don't have Sherlock's brain yet to solve this riddle. Nevertheless, the addition of the two really seems to imply a new strong, frustrating and deadly moment ...
A surprise? Absolutely not. We are still talking about a series that regularly has fun killing its characters. Just last year, Stranger Things said goodbye to three of them, particularly appreciated by the public: Billy, Alexei and Hopper. The question now is: who could be the new victim? And why not Eleven who, according to a theory,Hopper back? ... Everything is possible.
On a more positive note, the other two emojis are an clown and an cowboy . If for the first we have trouble seeing what it implies (tribute to It? Intrigue on April 1?), The second makes us logically think of Hopper. What to understand that the sheriff will always be on the screen and, as a theory imagines? To be continued ...
- merry stranger writers (@strangerwriters)
The FTC has reportedly opened a probe into Amazon's cloud business .
The US Federal Trade Commission is expanding the scope of its Amazon probe to include its cloud business, according to Bloomberg. In addition to looking into the company's e-commerce business, investigators have reportedly started asking the software companies Amazon works with about Web Services' practices to figure out it's been harming competition or violating any antitrust laws. Amazon Web Services has been providing most of the company'sAmazon Web Services has been providing most of the company's operating income over the past four years. It didn't meet analyst expectations in the third quarter of 2019, and its growth seems to be slowing down a bit, but it still posted $9 billion in sales.