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New Cross-Platform Malware ‘Noodle RAT’ Targets Windows and Linux Systems

A previously undocumented cross-platform malware codenamed Noodle RAT has been put to use by Chinese-speaking threat actors either for espionage or cybercrime for years. While this backdoor was previously categorized as a variant of Gh0st RAT and Rekoobe, Trend Micro security researcher Hara…

Will the New, more Specific UN Ceasefire Resolution for Gaza Succeed?

By Marika Sosnowski, The University of Melbourne | – (The Conversation) – The UN Security Council has passed yet another resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. This is the fourth such resolution adopted by the council since Hamas’ October 7 attack on…

Corporate landlords’ profits soar as tenants drown in rent hikes and fees

With monthly inflation down to its lowest point in more than two years and heading toward the Federal Reserve’s target, the Biden administration on Wednesday celebrated “welcome progress.” But an analysis from Accountable.US showed how more than 100 million people who rent their…

NASA Welcomes Armenia as 43rd Artemis Accords Signatory

Acting Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Jennifer Littlejohn, left, NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, and Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia to the United States Lilit Makunts, right, look on as Mkhitar Hayrapetyan, Minister…

GOP will ban IVF if Trump wins after Southern Baptists’ condemnation: expert

Republicans will ban in-vitro fertilization (IVF) if Donald Trump is elected after the Southern Baptist Convention voted on Wednesday to condemn the practice, a political scientist is predicting. IVF involves manual fertilization of eggs, some of which are destroyed if not implanted, which…

Space Omics and Medical Atlas (SOMA) Package

The Space Omics and Medical Atlas (SOMA) package, the largest-ever collection of data for aerospace medicine and space biology, was publicly released on June 11, 2024! This monumental achievement was made possible through the collaborative efforts of over 100 institutions from more than…

The Marshall Star for June 12, 2024

25 Min Read The Marshall Star for June 12, 2024 Shining Stars: Marshall Teams Support Successful Crew Flight Test By Wayne Smith From preparing for flight readiness, to providing day-of-launch support, to delivering a critical piece of replacement hardware, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight…

Rainfall Breaks Records in Florida

Moisture-laden tropical air brought intense downpours and flooding to the southern part of the state. Read More…

NASA Selects Raytheon Company to Build Landsat Next Instruments

Credits: NASA NASA selects Raytheon Company to provide three instruments and related services, with an option for one additional instrument, in support of the Landsat Next mission based at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. The contract includes a cost-plus-award-fee base…

What the Hell Should We Be Doing About Rising Fascism?

Amid the current rise of fascist leaders, rhetoric, and movements in the U.S., we need to examine contemporary expressions of fascism and how individuals, communities, organizations, and networks can respond and resist. Especially in the context of the 2024 elections, the anti-fascist actions…

Quirky Circling Behavior in Mice aboard the ISS

Quirky Circling Behavior in Mice Informs Research on Humans in Space To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Video of the quirky circling behavior of mice aboard the ISS was recently released.…

A Solitary Sight

NASA, ESA/Andreas Mogensen ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Andreas Mogensen snapped a photo of the waning gibbous moon from the International Space Station as it soared 260 miles above the Atlantic Ocean near the northeast coast of South America on Sept. 30, 2023.…

Coming in Hot — NASA’s Chandra Checks Habitability of Exoplanets

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Movie: Cal Poly Pomona/B. Binder; Illustration: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss This graphic shows a three-dimensional map of stars near the Sun. These stars are close enough that they…

NASA’s Roman Mission Gets Cosmic ‘Sneak Peek’ From Supercomputers

Researchers are diving into a synthetic universe to help us better understand the real one. Using supercomputers at the U.S. DOE’s (Department of Energy’s) Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois, scientists have created nearly 4 million simulated images depicting the cosmos as NASA’s Nancy…

Cryptojacking Campaign Targets Misconfigured Kubernetes Clusters

Cybersecurity researchers have warned of an ongoing cryptojacking campaign targeting misconfigured Kubernetes clusters to mine Dero cryptocurrency. Cloud security firm Wiz, which shed light on the activity, said it’s an updated variant of a financially motivated operation that was first documented by CrowdStrike…

Tomorrow’s big election

Tomorrow, Tesla shareholders vote on whether to give Elon Musk a bonus worth about $50 billion. That’s roughly what Congress appropriated for Ukraine earlier this year after months of legislative and political negotiation. The Delaware Chancery court has found that the bonus is…

Lessons from the Ticketmaster-Snowflake Breach

Last week, the notorious hacker gang, ShinyHunters, sent shockwaves across the globe by allegedly plundering 1.3 terabytes of data from 560 million Ticketmaster users. This colossal breach, with a price tag of $500,000, could expose the personal information of a massive swath of…

Black Basta Ransomware May Have Exploited MS Windows Zero-Day Flaw

Threat actors linked to the Black Basta ransomware may have exploited a recently disclosed privilege escalation flaw in the Microsoft Windows Error Reporting Service as zero-day, according to new findings from Symantec. The security flaw in question is CVE-2024-26169 (CVSS score: 7.8), an…

Biden Admin Endorses Trump’s Saudi Foreign Policy

Biden and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz bumping fists in Jeddah on July 15, 2022. (Saudi Press Agency, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 4.0) By As`ad AbuKhalil / Consortium News Like every president before him, Joe Biden has decided to elevate relations…

The US Presidential Candidates’ UN and Foreign Policy Stances

The UN Security Council approved a United States-led resolution calling for another immediate ceasefire in Gaza, June 10, 2024. The presumptive candidates for the US presidential election in November will pit Joe Biden against Donald Trump, with Robert Kennedy Jr. as an independent…

Antitrust Policy and Artificial Intelligence: Some Neglected Issues

Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash By Cecilia Rikap / Institute for New Economic Thinking The AI boom brought sharp increases in profits and market capitalization for a few US big tech firms. Now start-ups are mushrooming around the world, particularly in core…

Warren’s New Bill Makes Private Equity’s Death Grip on Hospitals a Crime

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren speaking with supporters at a campaign rally at Laney College in Oakland, California. Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons By Eileen Appelbaum / Center for Economic and Policy Research…

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