Human resource consulting giant Randstad hit by Egregor ransomware

Multinational human resource consulting firm Randstad NV announced that they were a victim of the Egregor ransomware. Egregor ransomware operators have breached the network of the multinational human resource consulting firm Randstad NV and have stolen unencrypted files during the attack. Randstad operates in 39 countries and employs over 38,000 people and generated €23.7 billion in revenue for […]

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December 5, 2020
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Need a simple door alarm system

Hi, I’m currently living in a flat and I’d like to install an intruder alarm on the front door. What system would you recommend that isn’t too expensive? I live in the UK btw.

Ideally, I’m looking for one that has a keypad and a short delay before the alarm goes off because I don’t want to wake up the neighbours every time I come home.

Also, I want something without smartphone notifications or anything like that. This is because I want an alarm that will actually scare the intruders away, rather than just tell me I’m being burgled.

We have a dog which is always running around so a motion sensor would be unsuitable.

I’m a few floors up so my windows are probably safe.

Thanks in advance!

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December 5, 2020
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Found a vuln in a test-taking site. Support won’t respond. What to do?

I accidentally found a vulnerability in a popular test-taking service. I’d like to emphasize that this discovery was unintentional. I immediately contacted the site’s support team. I also let the CS educator at my school know. We both tried to get in touch with the technical support team at this site but never received a response. I definitely don’t want to get in trouble with this company, seeing as I use their services frequently; however, this issue absolutely needs to be addressed. How else can I go about reporting the bug?

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December 5, 2020
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