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Laptop with some of the world’s most destructive malware sold for $1.3 million — Washington Post

Artist Guo O Dong collaborated with the cybersecurity firm Deep Instinct to produce “The Persistence of Chaos,” meant to convey the kind of real-world damage malware can bring, writes Taylor Telford.

Here is the link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2019/05/28/laptop-with-some-worlds-most-destructive-malware-sold-million/

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Ex-FTX boss Bankman-Fried: ‘I didn’t try to commit fraud’ — BBC

Sam Bankman-Fried, the former boss of collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX, has denied committing fraud, writes Ben Derico and James Clayton.

Hackers take down EU Parliament site in apparent DDoS attack — Techradar.pro

Russian hackers have attacked the website of the European...

Brazilian regulator seizes iPhones from retail stores as Apple fails to comply with charger requirement — 9To5Mac

As first reported by Tecnoblog, Procon-DF has seized “hundreds...

Twitter won’t restart paid verification until ‘significant impersonations’ stop, Elon Musk says — The Verge

Elon Musk told Twitter employees on Monday that the company won’t relaunch its paid verification subscription, writes Alex Heath.