IDplr Review

You can make cash online. And nobody desires to continuously be stuck in a work environment, overworked however undercompensated, compared to the possibilities online where you can be versatile with your time and location. Naturally, it takes time, determination, dedication, and arduous work to get to that phase where you’re routinely making online given that… Continue reading IDplr Review

Migrated to DreamCompute With DreamHost

Several months ago, we’d migrated from GoDaddy’s WordPress hosting to a VPS with DreamHost. Although there had been some issues with the host machine of our VPS, overall, I’ve been happy with the service provided by DreamHost. With DreamHost, we’d been using their VPS Enterprise plan along with a separate MySQL VPS. Over the last… Continue reading Migrated to DreamCompute With DreamHost

Russian Regulator Says It Will Fine Google Over Ukraine War Videos

Russia’s communications regulator, Roskomnadzor, has threatened to fine Google over its failure to follow the nation’s orders to get rid of certain “illegal” YouTube videos, as first reported by The Washington Post. In a translated variation of its post on Telegram, the Roskomnadzor cautions it might fine the tech company up to ₽8,000,000 RUB (around… Continue reading Russian Regulator Says It Will Fine Google Over Ukraine War Videos

FCC Includes Kaspersky on Its List of Nationwide Security Risks

The United States Federal Communications Commission has included Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab on its list of entities that pose an “unacceptable risk to US national security,” according to a report from Bloomberg. This is the first time a Russian business has actually been added to the list, which is otherwise made up of Chinese… Continue reading FCC Includes Kaspersky on Its List of Nationwide Security Risks

Okta States Security Procedures Limited Hack, but Action Came Sluggishly

After the disclosure of a hack affecting its authentication platform, Okta has maintained that the effects of the breach were contained by security protocols and repeated that users of the service don’t require to take restorative action as a result. The statements were made by David Bradbury, primary security officer at Okta, in a video… Continue reading Okta States Security Procedures Limited Hack, but Action Came Sluggishly

Okta Hack Puts Countless Businesses on High Alert

Okta, an authentication business utilized by countless organizations around the globe, has now confirmed an enemy had access to one of its workers’ laptop computers for five days in January 2022 — however claims its service “has not been breached and remains fully operational.” The disclosure comes as hacking group Lapsus$ has published screenshots to… Continue reading Okta Hack Puts Countless Businesses on High Alert

Russia Cautions YouTube To Stop Anti-Russian Ads

In Russia’s newest swipe at foreign social media giants since it began a land war in Europe by invading Ukraine late last month, the nation’s Web censor has fired a warning shot at Google over what it explains as anti-Russian “information attacks” which it declares are being spread through YouTube — accusing the U.S. tech… Continue reading Russia Cautions YouTube To Stop Anti-Russian Ads

Anda Seat Kaiser-II Premium Gaming Chair

Thinking back, I’ve never spent more than $50 on a chair in my life. This is, most certainly, the first time I’ve ever spent enough on a chair that I financed its purchase. I bought the Anda Seat Kaiser-II Premium Gaming Chair (model #AD12XL-02-AB-PV/C-A02), on 10 March 2022, from CANEX. I’d financed it through the… Continue reading Anda Seat Kaiser-II Premium Gaming Chair

Utilize Cloudflare Workers To Rewrite Image URLs

With Image Resizing, you can transform images on Cloudflare’s edge platform. You can resize, adjust quality, and convert images to WebP or AVIF format on demand. Cloudflare will automatically cache every derived image at the edge, so you only need to store one original image at your origin. 50,000 monthly resizing requests are included with… Continue reading Utilize Cloudflare Workers To Rewrite Image URLs

YouTube Prohibits Videos Trivializing or Rejecting Russia’s Ukraine Invasion

YouTube stated Friday that it’s magnifying its response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, consisting of ratcheting up video eliminations to any content trivializing the intrusion or denying, expanding its blockade of Russia state-funded media channels, and disabling additional moneymaking functions of YouTube in Russia. YouTube — with two billion month-to-month users and an inextricable link… Continue reading YouTube Prohibits Videos Trivializing or Rejecting Russia’s Ukraine Invasion

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