Weak passwords let a hacker access internal Sprint staff portal

It’s not been a great week for cell carriers. EE was hit with two security glitches and T-Mobile acknowledged a data breach. Now, Sprint is the latest phone giant to admit a security lapse, TechCrunch has learned. Using two situates of weak, easy-to-guess usernames and passwords, a security researcher accessed an internal Sprint staff portal. […]

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Children In Finland Continue To Ride Bicycles To School In -1 7degC( 1.4 degF) Weather And It’s A Lesson In Commuting

Are you a cyclist? If so, are you one of the many who carefully sets old faithful into storage over the winter months, convinced that all that rain, snowfall and ice is just unsuitable for biking? Well, this Finnish township is living proof that winter cycling is perfectly possible with the right planning and infrastructure, […]

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Sterile or stirring? Britain’s love-hate relationship with new towns

Paternalistic social engineering or make-Britain-great-again utopianism? A new archive film compilation takes a look at the UKs controversial postwar towns ” People sometimes supposed to say to me,’ You must get a terrific kick out of having been responsible for a huge thing like a new town ,’” said Sir Frederick Gibberd in an interview […]

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