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Learn Python Programming – 7 Courses Video Training Bundle

Learn Python Programming – 7 Courses Video Training Bundle

Jan 24, 2019
It's no secret that learning how to code is one of the most important things you can do when it comes to the beginning or furthering practically any career in programming and technology. The only problem a beginner often faces is that there are seemingly countless programming languages to choose from, which makes it exceedingly difficult for aspiring or even seasoned programmers to know which language to learn next. But if you haven't already learned Python, look no further. Python is no doubt one of the most powerful and popular programming languages on the planet, and the Complete Python Programming Bundle will teach you everything you need to know for more than 90% off at just $79. With seven modules led by expert instructors, this bundle walks you through everything from the fundamental aspects of Python to its most advanced tricks and tools. Whether you're just embarking on a career in coding and development, or you are a veteran programmer who wants to add
Python-Based Adware Evolves to Install Malicious Browser Extensions

Python-Based Adware Evolves to Install Malicious Browser Extensions

Jun 26, 2018
Security researchers have been warning of a few newly detected variants of python -based adware that are being distributed in the wild not only to inject ads but also found installing malicious browser extensions and hidden cryptocurrency miner into victims' computers. Dubbed PBot , or PythonBot , the adware was first uncovered more than a year ago, but since then the malware has evolved, as its authors have been trying different money-making schemes to profit themselves, according to researchers at Kaspersky Labs. The previous versions of the PBot malware were designed to perform man-in-the-browser (MITB) attacks to inject unwanted advertising scripts on web pages visited by the victim, but the newer variants have been found installing malicious ad extensions in the web browser. "Developers are constantly releasing new versions of this modification, each of which complicates the script obfuscation," Kaspersky researchers said in their blog post published today.
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Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Sends User Location and Safari Search Data to Apple

Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Sends User Location and Safari Search Data to Apple

Oct 21, 2014
Apple's latest desktop operating system, known as Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite , sends location and search data of users without their knowledge to Apple's remote servers by default whenever a user queries the desktop search tool Spotlight, which questions users' privacy once again. The technology firm faced criticism on Monday when users came to know about the company's About Spotlight & Privacy which clearly states that anyone who uses the Spotlight feature in either Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite or its newly launched mobile operating system iOS 8 will have their location and search information passed back to Apple's servers to process. APPLE COLLECTS USERS' DATA AND FORWARDS IT TO MICROSOFT AS WELL On one hand, where Apple decided to enable hard drive encryption by default, despite the FBI requests not to do so. But on the other, the company is itself putting its users' privacy on risk. The same data Apple collects from the users' searched te
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