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How to stream NFL football in 2021

Looking ahead to the NFL 2021 season, I fear my Pittsburgh Steelers have a long, hard row to hoe. But, at least, with a lot of luck, we’ll have a full season with minimal Covid-19 interruptions. Still, you’d be wise to stay home and watch your games by streaming them.  ...

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US Cybercom says mass exploitation of Atlassian Confluence vulnerability 'ongoing and expected to accelerate'

US Cybercom has sent out a public notice warning IT teams that CVE-2021-26084 — related to Atlassian Confluence — is actively being exploited. “Mass exploitation of Atlassian Confluence CVE-2021-26084 is ongoing and expected to accelerate. Please patch immediately if you haven’t already— this cannot wait until after the weekend,” US ...

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The best VPN for the UK 2021

Why picking a good VPN can make your life better  Consumer Virtual Private Networks (VPN) have become increasingly important for people who want to stay safe online, whether it’s for work, entertainment, or when passing through airports and cafes with free wifi.  There has been a boom in VPN adoption ...

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NBN forecasts slightly lower revenue and earnings for FY22

An NBN FttN node getting a Nokia line card installed Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet Sticking to its mantra that publishing long term forecasts could hurt the company responsible for the National Broadband Network, the NBN Co Corporate Plan 2022 has restricted itself to stating finances for the current fiscal year. “NBN ...

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Hybrid work here to stay: What does that mean for security?

When organizations moved abruptly to remote work at the start of the pandemic, they had to quickly shift their network and security capabilities. That meant some shortcuts were taken and some priorities were left on the table.  Not surprisingly, that abrupt turnaround had some negative consequences for organizations. A new ...

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Facebook is the AOL of 2021

Once upon a time, roughly thirty years ago, there was a computer network called America Online.  AOL, as it was typically referred to, sent out little diskettes in the mail, and sometimes slipped them into the middle of popular magazines. The diskettes were a way for people to go online. ...

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