The ticker says this: FBI warns that Russian hackers have compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers worldwide and could collect user info or shut down network traffic. If they don't like then they can make sure they don't throw the switch.
Warning follows Wed court order that let FBI seize a website that hackers planned to use to give instructions to the routers. The FBI has control of this now so when the malware tries to communicate with it to tell it to download new malware plugins. "Little Boy FBI" has cried Russia too many times, and now I don't believe it.
Tuesday to, among other things, reiterate that he was not closing the door on a third-party run.
At tracks like Daytona International Speedway, where the season kickoff, this framing works as the cars typically race in one giant pack condensing the field into a manageable video shot.
At upcoming races, however, the field strings out, making the new setup problematic as one or two cars would fit into the 4:3 frame at a given time with the standard TV camera angles developed years ago at each venue.
Canada's housing agency has asked the country's tax authority to take a "more direct and formal role" verifying income claimed on mortgage applications, part of a two-year plan to tackle mortgage fraud, documents obtained by Reuters show.
Texas Instruments Inc said on Tuesday that Brian Crutcher had resigned as the company's chief executive officer just six weeks into the role, after finding following a report that he had violated the chipmaker's code on personal behavior.
ABC had cited a senior Trump adviser in reporting the candidate might "soon" promise not to run as a third-party candidate.