Ars Technica Puts Twitter, Uber On ‘2018 Deathwatch’

The editors of Ars Technica have compiled their annual list of “Companies, tech, and trends least likely to succeed in 2018… Let’s grab a Juicero and take a moment to reflect on the utter dumpster fires that we’ve witnessed over the past 12 months.” Some of its highlights: Uber. “The company is losing billions of dollars a year, with no clear strategy for getting to profitability. Uber lost $2.8 billion…

December 31, 2017
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Construction Workers Find 30 Perfectly Preserved Dinosaur Eggs

An anonymous reader quotes BGR: Chinese construction workers digging on Christmas day found a gift that was wrapped 130 million years ago in the form of 30 incredibly preserved dinosaur eggs. The discovery was made in the city of Ganzhou at the future site of a new middle school, but work on the new facility had to be put on hold after the ancient eggs were discovered. According to state…

December 31, 2017
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Construction Workers Find 30 Perfectly Preserved Dinosaur Eggs

An anonymous reader quotes BGR: Chinese construction workers digging on Christmas day found a gift that was wrapped 130 million years ago in the form of 30 incredibly preserved dinosaur eggs. The discovery was made in the city of Ganzhou at the future site of a new middle school, but work on the new facility had to be put on hold after the ancient eggs were discovered. According to state…

December 31, 2017
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Can Docker Survive Google?

Though Docker has 400 corporate customers — and plans to double its sales staff — “here’s what happens to a startup when Google gets all up in its business,” reads a recent headline at Bloomberg: Docker Inc. helped establish a type of software tool known as containers…and they’ve made the company rich. Venture capitalists have poured about $240 million into the startup, according to research firm CB Insights. Then along…

December 31, 2017
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Can Docker Survive Google?

Though Docker has 400 corporate customers — and plans to double its sales staff — “here’s what happens to a startup when Google gets all up in its business,” reads a recent headline at Bloomberg: Docker Inc. helped establish a type of software tool known as containers…and they’ve made the company rich. Venture capitalists have poured about $240 million into the startup, according to research firm CB Insights. Then along…

December 31, 2017
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Iran blocks access to Instagram and Telegram apps amid anti-government protests (Ben Kentish/The Independent)

December 31, 2017

Ben Kentish / The Independent: Iran blocks access to Instagram and Telegram apps amid anti-government protests  —  Authorities respond after demonstrations leave at least two dead  —  Live: New Year’s Eve celebrations kick off around the world  —  Coutinho move from Liverpool to Barca accidentally confirmed by Nike Source: http://www.techmeme.com

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Iran blocks access to Instagram and Telegram apps amid anti-government protests (Ben Kentish/The Independent)

December 31, 2017

Ben Kentish / The Independent: Iran blocks access to Instagram and Telegram apps amid anti-government protests  —  Authorities respond after demonstrations leave at least two dead  —  Live: New Year’s Eve celebrations kick off around the world  —  Coutinho move from Liverpool to Barca accidentally confirmed by Nike Source: http://www.techmeme.com

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DOS Attack with Packet Crafting using Colasoft

December 31, 2017

In our previous article we had discuss “packet crafting using Colasoft Packet builder”  and today you will DOS attack using colasoft Packet builder. In DOS penetration testing part 1 we had used Hping3 in Kali Linux for generating TCP, UDP, SYN, FIN and RST traffic Flood for DOS attack on target’s network. Similarly we are going to use colasoft for all those attack by making change in their data size…

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Movie Ticket Sales Hit A 22-Year Low in 2017

An anonymous reader quotes the Los Angeles Times: Hollywood is celebrating the end of 2017 with astronomical sales from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” which is on track to soon exceed $1 billion in global ticket sales and eventually become the biggest movie of the year. But that won’t be enough to write a happy storyline for the industry. Although movie ticket sales in the U.S. and Canada are expected…

December 31, 2017
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