Month: August 2017

Yekaterinburg Police arrested a Cybercrime ring for stealing money from Bank cards

In Yekaterinburg, Police caught a group of cyber criminals for stealing money from bank cards, according to the local news report. The accused sent fake messages to victims that says money is withdrawn from his account. It appears they have given a fake helpline number also. If the victim call that number, the criminals pretending be from Bank will convince the victim to give all information about the card and other bank related information. The gathered information will be later used by the criminals to steal money from the victims’ accounts. The criminals spent the stolen money to buy...

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HACKING Guava Juice (Roi)

Become a MARMAR!!: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToMarlin SOOO WELCOME TO THE FOURTH INSTALLMENT OF LIFE LOGS. LAST LIFE LOG: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToMarlin Twitter: http://bit.ly/MarlinTwitter Snapchat: MarlinRawr Instagram: http://bit.ly/MarlinInstagram Facebook: http://bit.ly/MarlinFB Hi, I’m Marlin I make DIY, Gaming, And Vlog Videos. I post a video every single day at 12pm PST. Occasionally I do some pretty crazy stuff with my cousin Guava Juice A.K.A Guava Roi. I love to cook and make things I just never posted it on the interwebz untill now! Random Facts: I am Cambodian american and a Staged trained actor. source...

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Lu Ban’s Axe and Working with Your Chinese Suppliers

It is nearly impossible to build any kind of hardware these days without at some point in the process dealing with China — Chinese suppliers, and so by extension Chinese culture. Difficulties can be as simple as the usual inconvenience of everything stopping for weeks up to and after Chinese New Year, or engineers that you know to be otherwise reasonably competent simply choosing not to bring up glaring and obvious problems. Having encountered my share of Western hardware entrepreneurs on the verge of a breakdown, and just as many flummoxed Chinese bosses completely unable to see exactly why...

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The madness of “the Google Memo” – Lunduke Show

“Google Memo”, “Anti-Diversity Google Manifesto”… call it what you will, this internal Google document has caused quite the ruckus. I walk you through it and tell you why I think the reaction (by Google and many in the public) is not only ridiculous but is a rather intense form of bullying. NOTE: No company, organization, or individual (other than Bryan Lunduke himself) has anything to do with this video. Bryan collaborates with many people, with many diverse opinions and backgrounds, and in no way would presume to speak on their behalf with such a heated topic. == More about...

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Show HN: Easy parametric query building in Rails

Easy parametric query building in Rails. Installation Simply add it to your Gemfile. And update your Gems. Please note that as of version 2.0 the API has drastically changed. If you’re already using version 1.x and don’t want to update your application right now, you should stick with it: About Scopable is useful when you need to build one or more queries based on incoming parameters in the request. Very much like has_scope except it’s decoupled from the controller, making it easier to test and much more flexible. Example Say you have a model and a controller for your...

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