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Microsoft warns that a worm Windows error could lead to another WannaCry

Microsoft warns that the Internet may experience another exploit with the extent of the WannaCry attack that shut down computers around the world two years ago, unless users have fixed a high-severity vulnerability. The software maker took the unusual step of porting back the recently released patch for Windows 2003 and XP, which has not been supported for four or …

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Marcus Hutchins, slayer of WannaCry worm, pleads guilty to malware charges

Enlarge / Then-23-year-old security researcher Marcus Hutchins at his bedroom in Ilfracombe, UK, in July of 2017, just before his arrest on malware charges. Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher who helped neutralize the virulent WannaCry ransomware worm, has pleaded guilty to federal charges of creating and distributing malware used to break into online bank accounts. "I regret these actions and …

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Super Worm Moon: Pictures of the last Supermoon of 2019

A super worm moon, the last supermoon of 2019, has been observed worldwide. Copyright AFP The name was referred to as the Super Worm Moon because it coincides with the equinox of spring Around this time Worms emerge from the ground. Image copyright Reuters The coincidence of a full moon with the spring equinox is rare. This year's Super Worm …

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Super worm Equinox Moon: What does that mean?

<! – -> WATCH-Äquinox Moon with Superworm Explained COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – For the first time in 19 years, the Moon will be an AQUINOX moon with superworm over Colorado Springs. Do not know what that means? We looked at that. A video early in the morning showed what was due on Wednesday night. Colleen Parith with the Space Foundation …

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'Full worm supermoon' lights up in the sky in stunning pictures

The full worm supermoon rises over Manhattan (Gary Hershorn / FOX News)            Skygazers are enjoying the 'full worm supermoon,' the third and final supermoon of 2019. Photographers across the globe have been capturing stunning pictures of the Supersize Moon. March's full moon was dubbed the 'full worm moon 'by Native Americans because it occurs at a time of year …

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Find out how an odd, discouraged worm rebuilds its head (or tail)

Enlarge / Some of the gutless worms (orange) cover a coral. In the movies, regeneration is the stuff of superheroes like Deadpool, who threw his lower body through some very awkward transitional scenes. Here, in reality, the mill is regenerated, with lizards and amphibians regrowing limbs and tails, while various worms regrow half of their entire body. How they handle …

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Forecast for the Seattle region: Clear skies, warm temperatures and a "Full Worm Supermoon" on the first day of spring

This week begins with clear skies, record-breaking temperatures and a super full moon, making it a great week-end for Heaven Evenings in the Puget Sound region. By Seattle Times staff reporter With a clear sky forecast, record breaking temperatures, and a full-moon synchronized spring debut, it could be a great week for sky-filled evenings in the Puget Sound region. The …

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Super Worm Moon is rising this week

This week is an exciting week for astronomical nerds: the spring equinox leads to the official start of the spring-Wednesday afternoon, and then a supermoon takes place on Wednesday night! This will be the third and last Supermoon of 2019, so use the view when it arrives! The full moon in March, often referred to as a worm moon, will …

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500 million year old worm & # 39; superhighway & # 39; discovered in Canada

Brian Pratt in the Burgess Shale. Picture credits: University of Saskatchewan 500 million years ago, prehistoric worms populated the ocean floor – evidence that life lived in a hitherto uninhabitable environment, according to studies by the University of Saskatchewan (USask). It has been suggested that the seabed in the deep ocean during the Cambrian period was inhospitable to animal life …

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