Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

Meat Casing Maker Facing Safety Fine

Meat-casing manufacturer, Viscofan USA Inc., is facing $86,225 in fines for one repeated and one serious safety violation at is
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How to Unlock Millions of Autos

There is a way to unlock millions of cars from multiple auto makers around the world. “While most automotive immobilizer
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Android Ransomware Attacks Quadruple

Mobile ransomware attacks targeting Android users have quadrupled compared to the same period last year, researchers said. Android ransomware has
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Rockwell, Cisco in DPI Pact

Rockwell Automation and Cisco inked a partnership pact at the Hanover Fair in Hanover, Germany today to develop deep packet
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Police Raids Net Cyber Suspects

Police launched raids against 170 suspected cyber criminals across Germany, the Netherlands, France and Canada, German authorities said. The coordinated
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‘Darknet’ Bust in Europe

“Darknet” online platforms that trade in weapons, illegal drugs, fake IDs and counterfeit money, ended up raided with police arresting
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Converting Solar Energy into Electric Power

There is a new paradigm for the development of photo-bioelectrochemical cells that could end up converting solar light energy into
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Arrest in Europe DDoS Attack Group

One person is under arrest and another detained after a joint effort from law enforcement officials in Europe led to
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Ransomware Suspects Busted in Netherlands

Two men ended up arrested suspected of being the authors of the CoinVault ransomware which managed to lock tens of
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Dyneon Selects HIMA Safety System

This past March, Dyneon GmbH started operating the world’s first pilot plant to recycle end-of-life fluoropolymer materials in Burgkirchen, Germany.
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