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password1-042419.jpg A U.K. cyber security survey that exposes gaps in online security revealed the most hacked passwords in the world. "123456" was the internet's most vulnerable password, with 23.2 million accounts using the easy-to-crack code. The National Cyber Security Centre's first UK Cyber Survey, published alongside a global password risk list, urges internet users to set 3 random but memorable words as pa

presidentialaspirant-april22.jpg Andrew Yang, who is seeking a Democratic party nomination for fighting Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election, said he aims to create clear guidelines in the digital asset world so that businesses and individuals can invest and innovate in the area without fear of a regulatory shift. The 44-year old entrepreneur and philanthropist released a new policy statement for crypto-assets, becomi

trump6-sept_18apr19.jpg Repeating language he has used throughout the investigation, President Donald Trump declared victory Thursday following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. "No collusion, no obstruction," Trump said.

northkorea-nuke-041719.jpg It is likely that the value of cryptocurrency that Pyongyang obtained between 2017 and 2018 has reached at least $545 million, the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) for Defense and Security Studies estimates. A large amount of money siphoned through cryptocurrency theft is one of the sources to fund North Korea's nuclear weapons program, the British defense and security think tank reported.

trump-yemen-041719.jpg President Donald Trump vetoed a resolution passed by the Congress calling for an end to U.S. military support to the Saudi-led coalition in the destructive war in Yemen. "This resolution is an unnecessary, dangerous attempt to weaken my constitutional authorities, endangering the lives of American citizens and brave service members, both today and in the future," Trump said in a statement announce

weld2020-april16.jpg Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld officially announced that he will challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for president in 2020. Announcing his presidential bid during an appearance on CNN, the 73-year old candidate said, "I really think if we have six more years of the same stuff we've had out of the White House the last two years that would be a political tragedy.

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