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  • Hi Geeks

    Welcome again!

    The new month has started, and it brings along some interesting news on technology.

    So, let’s go catch up!

    1. Finance Sector is The New Target for Python-Scripted Trojan

    The hacking operations have now evolved the Trojan malware to target financial companies to steal email addresses, passwords, and other credentials. This new Trojan is Python-Scripted and can extract sensitive corporate information from the company’s database.

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    2. Apple Puts up New Ad to Explain Why Privacy is Important

    Apple intends to make the people aware of the privacy threats imposed on several flagship devices. They wanted to remind that people can have great devices coupled with privacy aspects fulfilled. The new Apple ad is terrifying yet hilarious as it explains to you the importance of privacy in a funny way.

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    3. The Scientists at MIT Proposed Cybersecurity Aggregation Platform

    With data breaches and cyber-attacks occurring commonly these days, the organizations are limiting the amount of reporting on cyber-attacks. MIT scientists have found a remedy named SCRAM, which is used for cybersecurity reporting with efficient tools for calculating aggregate statistics.

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    4. Seattle Startup Cloudentity brings up $13 million for improving authorization & identity tech

    Seattle startup Cloudentity has come up with an announcement of raising $13 million for improving the performance of its security software. The enterprises are now moving onto the cloud, and they need to implement more safety protocols to ensure that applications are deployed efficiently.

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    5. New York Might Be the First City to Implement Cybersecurity CLE

    The New York attorneys might have to get into cybersecurity training for pursuing the CLE requirement. One credit of the CLE requirement for the attorneys will be kept for cybersecurity. As threats on law firms and attorneys are growing, this is considered to be a productive step for New York, which will eventually grow to other parts of the world soon.

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    6. Ways to Surpass Cloud DevSecOps Bottlenecks

    For surpassing the cloud DevSecOps bottlenecks, you need to automate almost every aspect of your software testing from unit to dependency. Secondly, you need to secure the code and add provision onto it to protect from both outside threats as well as threats within. Finally, you need to evolve your existing process and make it accessible for the developers to use it seamlessly.

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    7. Difference Between MLOps, DataOps, and DevSecOps

    DevSecOps is the security aspect of the DevOps concept. This design is to secure operations and development tasks. DataOps is one of the principles of DevSecOps and assists in data analytics. MLOps is considered as the offshoot of DevOps. The principles of DevOps are integrated with workflows for application onto the machine learning operations under MLOps.

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    8. Cloud Migrations Can Be the Driving Element for DevOps and Automation

    Cloud migration is all about moving the applications, data, and other elements to the cloud environment. Cloud migration is now adapting to give in a cultural shift with automation and DevOps. It will eventually drive in a lot of improvements.

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    9. Know More About Security Tools

    There are a few different types of security tools named Aqua Security, Contrast Security, Bugcrowd, and others. Aqua security helps secure cloud-native applications through the development process. Bugcrowd protects from major attacks that are either known or unknown. The efficacy of security tools is beyond commendable when implemented.

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    10. Instana Adds Continuous Profiling Capability to APM

    The new continuous profiling capability added on to the Application Performance Management aspects of Instana stands out to make it easy for DevOps teams to derive the issues more efficiently by looking after the distributed traces. Distributed traces make it easy for finding the bottlenecks in the process.

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    11. Federal Agencies are Willing to Make Bug Reporting Easy for Ethical Hackers

    Ethical Hackers are about to get easy ways of bug reporting if they find any bugs or loose ends in the federal government systems. Soon, there will be some formal guidelines imposed by the federal agencies to help ethical hackers do bug reporting more efficiently.

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    12. Which is the Best Cloud for SAP – Google, AWS, or Azure?

    The platform that offers reliability for SAP implementation is considered to be the best bet. All three platforms are efficient in one or the other aspects. But, some factors such as cost, innovation speed, performance, and others make an impact on the choice of one. Moreover, the automation factors are also considered in the platforms before SAP implementation.

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    13. Apple Plans on Delaying the New Privacy Controls Implementation

    Privacy control is one of the important aspects of the new iOS 14 software update, which is now not mandatory for implementation. It was declared by the company on Thursday. They also added that there is no plan of implementing it before 2021. It is done because the company is planning to give time to developers for making essential changes.

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    14. Episerver Acquires Optimizely, a startup based on Product Development Lifecycle

    Episerver, a digital experience development firm, bought Optimizely Inc. for less than $600 million. The actual price is not yet revealed by both the companies. After the COVID pandemic, Optimizely was also affected, and as a result, the company laid off 60 of its employees, and this is one of the reasons for which the company was acquired at a lesser price than valuation.

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    15. Nanoparticle Neural Networks Can Be Handled with Nanoparticle Computing Architecture

    The nanoparticle computing architecture consists of several perks to assist nanoparticle neural networks to do its operations. But certain limitations are rectified with advanced technology and implemented as molecular computing. Nanostructures with Molecular computing facilitates several technologies such as biosensors, logic sensing, and others.

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    16.10 RegEx Tester for JavaScript, Python, PHP, Golang, Ruby, etc.

    Regex expression can be a pain. Well, sometimes! Let’s learn about Regular Expressions and their patterns. We are going to look into such patterns that seem like a convoluted soup of characters. We will see what every character in a regular expression means.

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    17.12 Best ARK Server Hosting for Everyone

    One of the popular video games is ARK: Survival Evolved, which is a pretty ambitious game. It needs you to invest significant time in it so you can progress from a new character with just a spear in your hands to a futuristic ranger having pets as deadly as dinosaurs. Let’s unravel this game and why you need a server hosting for it.

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    18.8 Best Kids 🚸 Trackers to Ensure They are Safe

    There are a lot of smart devices that help in maintaining children’s safety. One such device is the GPS tracker for kids that can help you in keeping an eye on them. With the help of a tracker, you can always monitor where your kid is going and can even keep a watch so that he never gets far away for playing or anything.

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    19. 5 Privacy-focused Website Analytics (Cookieless)

    The disappearance of site cookies and data privacy norms are influencing the way modern marketers interact with the audiences. Let’s look at some of the privacy-focused analytics software right away that are great alternatives to Google Analytics.

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    20. 5 Best VPN Alternative Solutions for Small to Medium Business

    VPNs are a thing of the past. Zero-trust networks easily adapt to cloud, on-premises, or mixed environments, and offer greater flexibility and security than VPNs. And lower costs. That’s why several zero-trust network solutions are emerging as leaders in this new segment, so they could well be the ones that end up setting the standards.

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    That’s all in the first week of September.

    Let’s see what the next week brings to us; till then, enjoy the week!