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The Ups and Downs of Being a Self-Taught Web Designer

Not so long ago, web design was a brand-new industry. Because it was so new, there weren’t many opportunities to get a formal education on its fundamentals. Thus, the most direct path to becoming a professional was to teach yourself the necessary skills. That’s how my career started. I studied the source code of different websites and figured out how things worked. I experimented with Photoshop, CSS and eventually other, more challenging languages. Over the years, most of what I know has come from the process of trial and error.
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Houdini Worm targeting commercial banking customers

A new variant of Houdini Worm has been identified targeting commercial banking customers with campaigns containing malicious files. The variant takes five days to actively distribute phishing to victims with the aim of obtaining banking credentials which can be exploited by attackers to make fraudulent purchases. The email attachment contains an MHT file that can be utilised by threat operators in the same way as HTML files.
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The Next Big Privacy Hurdle? Teaching AI to Forget

WHEN THE EUROPEAN Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) a year ago, one of the most revolutionary aspects of the regulation was the “right to be forgotten”—an often-hyped and debated right, sometimes perceived as empowering individuals to request the erasure of their information on the internet, most commonly from search engines or social networks.

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