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Abe urges Moon to implement accord

Abe urges Moon to implement accord

Sworn in earlier today, South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in has promised to "urgently" tackle his nation's serious foreign policy problems, with an eye on trying to defuse soaring tensions with neighboring North Korea, while also trying to come to some sort of agreement with the U.S.


How the APS is protecting Australians' data against this latest cyber hack

How the APS is protecting Australians' data against this latest cyber hack

The malware has wormed its way into thousands of computer systems in an apparent extortion plot, shutting users out unless they coughed up a payment. Spanish telco company Telefonica and U.S. Further victims were expected, the Prime Minister's cybersecurity adviser Alastair MacGibbon told ABC radio last night. "At this stage it's likely that at least one business has been impacted".


Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is coming to Steam

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is coming to Steam

What's most interesting about the whole announcement is that this is not only Harvest Moon's Nintendo Switch debut, but also its first entry on Steam and the PS4. The real question is if Harvest Moon: Light Of Hope can reclaim the farming sim crown from indie darling Stardew Valley. Now, a new Harvest Moon title rolls up its sleeves and enters the farm in hopes of trying to reclaim its agricultural kingdom.



Strange Light Flashes Spotted on Earth From Space Finally Explained

But when the scientists took another look at the Galileo images, they saw something Sagan and his colleagues apparently missed - bright flashes of light over land as well. The flashes show up in three distinct colors, red, green and blue. And, in the EPIC images, researchers discovered 866 bursts over land between june 2015 and August 2016.



Microsoft slams NSA over WannaCry ransomware

RSN chief executive Graham Biggs said: "This is an extremely worrying situation for rural patients and for small rural practices which operate on a limited budget". Those who did not apply Microsoft's March software fix are more vulnerable. The nonprofit Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center said 2,000 computers at 600 locations in Japan were affected.