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Trump made the decision amid a couple weeks worth of criticism on his equivocating responses to white supremacist violence.

Every week I get contacted by several such robots, most use this message when adding me: ““, all pretends to be girls from Florida, saying that are ready to strip at webcam show, telling me to join some adult erotic websites where credit card is required, supposedly only to verify age, but I am afraid that they may take money in the future.

See the funny screenshots: robots are programmed to reply certain things at certain words, if I do not write any of that words, they send me a series of predefined messages.

On Friday, President Donald Trump issued the first pardon of his presidency, and it was about as controversial as it gets.

Namely, he pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former longtime sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona an infamous figure for his draconian, inhumane, and demagogic treatment of the local immigrant population.

According to the FBI and law enforcement officials, the program has been sold and distributed to “thousands” of people in more than 100 countries since 2010, affecting some 700,000 victims.

Here’s why you might want to update your anti-virus software, or, if you’re prone to dancing around your room naked, at least put a piece of tape over your webcam. Blackshades is the name of an organization allegedly owned by a Swedish 24-year-old named Alex Yücel. , a 23-year-old US citizen who was arrested in 2012 as part of the feds’ tangential investigation into Blackshades, codeveloped the Blackshades remote access tool (RAT).

a college student pleaded guilty to hacking the webcam of Miss Teen USA Cassidy Wolf with the Blackshades software, and attempting to blackmail her.

He allegedly said he had up to 40 other “slave computers,” Hackers wielding remote accessing tools—it’s unknown whether they were using Blackshades or other software—called the women their “slaves” and wrote about picking out “the ‘good’ [sexual] stuff” and categorizing it using names and passwords, according to the news outlet.

That tool, according to the FBI press release, allows users “to encrypt, or lock, a victim’s files and demand a ‘ransom’ payment to unlock them.

The RAT even came with a prepared script demanding such a ransom.” What do hackers use remote access tools for?

“Even if there are just 100 people using Blackshades, there are another 100 using a tool with a different name that works exactly the same way,” says CDT’s Follow best security practices.