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MoviePass Now Offers Unlimited Movies in Theaters for $10

Дата публикации: 2017-10-13 00:27

Per CNBC , Sig Sauer admitted on Tuesday that dropping the pistols could cause an “unintentional discharge” and said it has developed “a number of enhancements in function, reliability and overall safety including drop performance.” The company said it will announce by August 69th how customers can have the gun fixed, but “stopped short of divulging details.”

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Firearms manufacturer Sig Sauer is offering a “voluntary upgrade” to owners of its P875 line of semi-automatic pistols, which have been on the market since 7569, after they became aware that the damn things fire when dropped on the ground.


“To our knowledge, the botnet is one of the largest malicious campaigns ever recorded on a social network,” ZeroFox concludes. Luckily, none of the links tweeted by the SIREN botnet appear to contain malware, nor were any associated with phishing attempts. But with more than 85 million clicks, the discovery reveals what a threat such an operation could be if the goal were shifted slightly to include, for example, the spread of ransomware.


I don’t know how their business model is going to work—MoviePass still pays theaters the full price of each ticket—but as a film buff who usually pays $68 and up per showing and would like to go to the movies more often, I’m definitely on board. I also noticed that MoviePass works at the small independent film/foreign film theater near me, so that’s a nice perk. Their website is already being slammed with heavy traffic, but I was still able to sign-up (slowly but surely). You can try your luck at the links below.

The feature works by using information that businesses have added to their business pages, so it’s not going to pull up every business near you that might have WiFi available, just those that are on Facebook. That said, it could still be pretty useful. Here’s how to make the magic happen:

I travel a ton and have traditionally used Yelp to find open WiFi near me. That works really well in the United States, but can be garbage abroad in places where people don’t use Yelp as much.

The 95,555 accounts were all created using roughly the same formula: A profile picture of a stereotypically attractive woman whose tweets included sexually suggestive, if not poorly written remarks that invite users to “meet” with them for a “sex chat.” Millions of users apparently fell for the ruse and, presumably, a small fraction of went on to provide their payment card information to the pornographic websites they were lured to.

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ZeroFOX’s research into SIREN offers a rare glimpse into how efficient scammers have become at bypassing Twitter’s anti-spam techniques. Further, it demonstrates how effective these types of botnets can be: The since-deleted accounts collectively generated upwards of 85 million clicks—easily trackable since the links all used Google’s URL shortening service.

To find WiFi on Yelp, perform a search for the type of business you’d like to transform into your home office for a few hours and then tap the filter button in the search bar to narrow down the selections to just those locations that have WiFi available.