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  2. Dolly Parton and her husband can’t get enough of this fast ...

    Dolly Parton may be known for serving up country music hits, but back home with husband Carl Dean, she serves up tasty home cooking, too. However, thanks to the 76-year-old entertainer’s busy ...

  3. U.S. tries to seize yacht in Fiji. But which oligarch owns it?

    A judge in Fiji is due to rule on whether U.S. authorities can seize the $325 million Amadea — which has been stopped from leaving the South Pacific nation because of its links to Russia.

  4. Russia renews attacks on Kyiv and fights to seize Mariupol

    Ukrainian engineers inspect a damaged bridge that connects Kyiv with Irpin. (Rodrigo Abd / Associated Press)

  5. Companies count the cost of ditching Russia

    It also said Ukraine could pose a risk to sales of up to 250 million euros ($271 million), or about 1% of the group total in 2021. Fourth-quarter results of LPP, Poland's biggest fashion retailer ...

  6. Phishing - Wikipedia

    Phishing on AOL was closely associated with the warez community that exchanged unlicensed software and the black hat hacking scene that perpetrated credit card fraud and other online crimes. AOL enforcement would detect words used in AOL chat rooms to suspend the accounts of individuals involved in counterfeiting software and trading stolen ...

  7. Batch processing - Wikipedia

    The first general purpose time sharing system, CTSS was compatible with batch processing. This facilitated transitioning from batch processing to interactive computing.. From the late 1960s onwards, interactive computing such as via text-based computer terminal interfaces (as in Unix shells or read-eval-print loops), and later graphical user interfaces became common.

  8. Brute-force attack - Wikipedia

    A number of firms provide hardware-based FPGA cryptographic analysis solutions from a single FPGA PCI Express card up to dedicated FPGA computers. [citation needed] WPA and WPA2 encryption have successfully been brute-force attacked by reducing the workload by a factor of 50 in comparison to conventional CPUs and some hundred in case of FPGAs.

  9. AP evidence points to 600 dead in Mariupol theater airstrike

    LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — She stood in just her bathrobe in the freezing basement of the Mariupol theater, coated in white plaster dust shaken loose by the explosion.