• Tuesday June 25, 2019
Riviera Beach, a city in Florida, is set to pay hackers $600,000 in bitcoin with the hope of having its systems restored. Hackers took over the systems several weeks ago when a police department employee opened a malicious email that allowed them to inject the city's network with malware. Now the council has voted to pay the ransom in the hopes of getting Riviera Beach's encrypted records back -- even though there's no ac... read more
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A young woman wanted to know how much she needed to beg to take a selfie with him. A young man wanted to know if he could get his CyberPunk 2077 hat autographed. These are the kind of questions people were asking Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, during a panel at E3 2019. Musk, who was joined by legendary video game designer Todd Howard (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Fallout 4), spent most of the conversation ta... read more
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The Miami Police are investigating after finding a suspicious box and have also shut some parts of Biscayne Boulevard from Southeast Third Avenue and Second to Fourth streets. “It’s a suspicious box left at 201 Biscayne Blvd. It was there since 10:30 a.m,” Miami police spokesman Michael Vega said. Entry of both car and bike have been stopped tentatively. Metromover activity has also been stopped until the police activity gets o... read more
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