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Nonfungible.com has been making waves in the digital asset market since its launch in February 2021. As the first NFT marketplace to accept cryptocurrency payments, it quickly gained popularity among crypto enthusiasts and digital collectors alike. Unlike other NFT marketplaces, Nonfungible.com is unique in its focus on art, collectibles, gaming and virtual worlds. nonfungible.com february

Nonfungible.com, the world’s leading online marketplace for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), has had a great start to the year of 2021. February saw a dramatic increase in activity on the platform as new users rushed to purchase NFTs and participate in auctions. NFTs are revolutionizing the way people think about digital ownership, as well as offering new opportunities for investors, collectors and artists alike. nonfungible.com february

Nonfungible.com has been making waves in the world of cryptocurrency and digital asset trading. Launched in February of this year, Nonfungible.com is a platform that enables users to buy and sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with ease. NFTs are digital assets which cannot be divided or exchanged for other tokens – they are essentially one-of-a-kind pieces of digital art or collectibles.

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MICROSOFT IS IN TERMS TO BUY SPEECH TECHNOLOGY COMPANY NUANCE COMMUNICATIONS FOR ABOUT $16 BILLION, OR $56 A SHARE, A 23% OVERPAYMENT TO NUANCE’S FRIDAY CLOSE, According to Sources (BLOOMBERG)

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MICROSOFT IS IN TERMS TO BUY SPEECH TECHNOLOGY COMPANY

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According to sources, Microsoft is in advanced talks to acquire Nuance Communications, a provider of speech technology, for about $16 billion, or $56 per share, a 23% premium to Nuance’s Friday close. The proposed price would value Nuance at $56 per share. This week could see the announcement of a deal.

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Nine widely used WiFi routers had 226 vulnerabilities.

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Nine widely used WiFi routers had 226 vulnerabilities.

Even when using the most recent firmware, security researchers examined nine widely used WiFi routers and discovered a total of 226 possible vulnerabilities in them.

Millions of people use the tested routers, which are made by Asus, AVM, D-Link, Netgear, Edimax, TP-Link, Synology, and Linksys.

The TP-Link Archer AX6000, which has 32 problems, and the Synology RT-2600ac, which has 30 security flaws, are the two devices with the most vulnerabilities.

The examination process
In partnership with CHIP magazine, researchers at IoT Inspector conducted security tests with a focus on models primarily used by small businesses and residential users.

According to Florian Lukavsky, CTO & Founder at IoT Inspector, “vendors provided them with current models, which were upgraded to the newest firmware version, for Chip’s router review.”

“IoT Inspector automatically examined the firmware versions and searched for more than 5,000 CVEs and other security flaws.”

Although not all defects posed the same risk, the researchers discovered a few widespread issues that impacted the majority of the evaluated models:

The firmware contains an outdated Linux kernel.
stale VPN and multimedia features
over-reliance on BusyBox’s earlier iterations
weak default passwords like “admin” are used
Hardcoded credentials are present in plain text.
Changing the router’s default password when configuring it for the first time is one of the most crucial steps you can take to secure it, according to Jan Wendenburg, CEO of IoT Inspector.

Whether an IoT device is used at home or in a corporate network, changing the password upon first use and turning on automatic updates must be regular procedure, according to Wendenburg.

In addition to manufacturer-introduced vulnerabilities, utilising an IoT device with the adage “plug, play, and forget” poses the greatest risk.

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MASSACHUSETTS COURT SUPPORTS A REQUEST FROM THE IRS TO OBTAIN THE RECORDS OF ALL CIRCLE CUSTOMERS WHO HAD $20K+ IN CRYPTO TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN 2016 AND 2020 (ZACK SEWARD/COINDESK)

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Massachusetts court supports a request from the IRS to obtain the records of all Circle customers who had $20K+ in crypto transactions between 2016 and 2020  —  A Massachusetts court is supporting a request from the IRS to obtain the records Circle customers, the Department of Justice said.

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