It’s Friday. To celebrate (and like we do every Friday), here are our Top 10 finds for this past week.
Editors Note: There are two links in here that go to PDFs. They are clearly marked. We just wanted to give advanced notice.
- Biologists rush to re-create the China coronavirus from its DNA code (MIT Technology Review)
- Israeli soldiers tricked into installing malware by Hamas agents posing as women (ZDNet)
- I stumbled across a huge Airbnb scam that’s taking over London (Wired UK)
- To Bolster Cybersecurity, the US Should Look to Estonia (Wired)
- Did the Early Internet Activists Blow It? (Slate)
- Hackers, Counterfeits, and Way Too Much Email: All the Tech Worries Keeping CEOs Awake at Night (Inc)
- What’s Wrong With Tech Folks Who Attack The Tech Media. And What’s Wrong With Tech Media Today. (Hunter Walk)
- Mobile phishing scam hits customers at big North American banks (CyberScoop)
- NASA’s moonshot whiplash (Axios)
- We’ve Just Seen the First Use of Deepfakes in an Indian Election Campaign (Vice)
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