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Scotland name line-up to play Albania in Nations League

first_imgSteven Fletcher returns to lead the line as Scotland look to send the Tartan Army home happy with a vital three points.Scotland defeated Albania 2-0 in the home tie between the sides in September. Scotland manager Alex McLeish has named an attacking starting 11  as he looks to take three points in Albania.Rangers keeper Allan McGregor will again start in goal in front of a back four of Callum Paterson, Scott McKenna, David Bates and captain Andy Robertson.Hamburg centre-half Bates will make his first start for the national team after being called up to replace defensive call-offs Charlie Mulgrew and Michael Devlin.Southampton’s Stuart Armstrong will play in midfield beside Callum McGregor with James Forrest, Ryan Christie and Ryan Fraser playing just in front of them in a 4-2-3-1 formation.last_img read more

Gogo Inflight Internet May Be Snooping On Its Users

first_imgRelated Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Gogo Inflight Internet, the only way to access the Internet on nine major airlines such as Delta, American, U.S. Airways and Virgin Atlantic, apparently doesn’t think you need secure browsing.Gogo, it turns out, has been intentionally issuing fake SSL certificates to its Internet users. That’s a pretty big security no-no; such certificates are basically designed to ensure that you’re connecting to a genuine site and not an imposter.By forging these certificates, Gogo is itself acting as an imposter of sorts. When done with malicious intent, such an act is known as a man-in-the-middle attack—one in which an untrusted third party inserts itself in the middle of your communications to eavesdrop on conversations, copy messages or even interfere with traffic by blocking it or replacing real transmissions with fake ones.See also: Meet The Internet’s Nasty New “Poodle” Attack The compromise was discovered by Adrienne Porter Felt, an engineer on the Google Chrome security team, when she discovered she was being served SSL certificates from Gogo while connecting to Google-owned YouTube during a flight.hey @Gogo, why are you issuing *.google.com certificates on your planes? pic.twitter.com/UmpIQ2pDaU— Adrienne Porter Felt (@__apf__) January 2, 2015Porter Felt tweeted that she believes Gogo is performing this user unfriendly behavior to block streaming video, which Gogo explicitly doesn’t support—although, as Porter Felt noted, “there are better ways to do it.”She isn’t the only one who thinks so. As Chester Wisniewski, a security expert at Sophos, told me via email: Using SSL certificates for traffic shaping is at minimum unconventional and seemingly a pretty terrible idea. The ability to man in the middle someone’s traffic is a serious thing. If you don’t intend on seeing private data, don’t intercept it. I suspect there is more going on here then they are saying.Gogo denied any ulterior motives in a statement that quoted CTO Anand Chari:Whatever technique we use to shape bandwidth, it impacts only some secure video streaming sites and does not affect general secure internet traffic. These techniques are used to assure that everyone who wants to access the Internet on a Gogo equipped plane will have a consistent browsing experience… We can assure customers that no user information is being collected when any of these techniques are being used.But it’s also worth considering that the FCC revealed Gogo has partnered with the government to produce “capabilities to accommodate law enforcement interests” that go above and beyond what is required by law. Gogo’s privacy policy also notes that it collects several kinds of data, like cookies and device identifiers, when customers use its service.See also: Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part One: How And Why To Build A ServerChristopher Soghoian, the ACLU’s principal technologist, says Gogo’s ends don’t rationalize its means. “Gogo’s desire to block streaming video sites does not justify impersonating Google to its users,” he said. “This incident serves as yet another reminder of the fact that the certificate authority system, which is an often-overlooked lynchpin of the secure web, is fragile and easy to abuse.”Photo by Jake Setlak Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img lauren orsini Tags:#air travel#cryptography#data security#Gogo Inflight Internet#malware#tor#VPN 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

IMS: Connecting Cars for Safer, Smarter Drivers

first_imgWouldn’t it be nice to have an objective record of drivers’ behavior? Intelligent Mechatronic Systems, Inc. (IMS) is leading the way in connected car data processing. The technology enables drivers to learn safer techniques, saving insurance companies time and money, and empowering businesses to increase efficiency in their fleet. Take a look inside IMS’s powerful system, which combines real-time monitoring with curated, accurate, up-to-the-minute big data analytics.Real-Time TrackingIMS, founded in 1999 and based in Waterloo, ON, Canada, built a connected car platform called DriveSync, which tracks a vehicle’s movements, speed, location, and more. Insurance companies use DriveSync to incentivize their customers to drive safely and prevent accidents, and drivers learn safe driving techniques that earn significant insurance discounts. The technology’s success hinges on accurate, reliable real-time data delivery.“Our system needs to perform at a very high level for us to be responsive to the customers and make their experience positive,” said Christopher Dell, director of product management. This dedication to power and scalability led IMS to build its network infrastructure on Intel technology, including HP Proliant servers powered by the Intel Xeon processor E5-2660 v2. This combination supports data spikes during morning and evening rush hours that deliver up to 10 times the normal amount of data.Big Data Analysis to Benefit CustomersA cornerstone of IMS’s business is delivering personalized, usable data to individual users. From specific fuel-efficiency recommendations to safety tips for city drivers, the team depends on their servers to power these big data-oriented tasks. Consistent connectivity is an absolute must for IMS technology to run smoothly. Reliability, despite heavy server demand, is key. “There is a fair amount of heavy lifting to transform that information and be able to derive those insights about driving behaviour that are coming from our core applications,” Dell explains.This data is additionally used for longer-term trend analysis that is invaluable to insurance clients as well as public utilities that manage roads and traffic. Businesses are also using DriveSync to manage their fleets, analyze needs, and increase efficiencies.IMS has recently grown rapidly, increasing its subscriber base five times over in the past year. With more growth on the horizon, Dell said he was relieved to have a server environment built on Intel to handle whatever comes next.For more information on IMS, check out the full Intel case study.Learn more about Intel Core processors, and find out how Intel can support your growing business. Continue the conversation on Twitter by following @IntelSmallBiz!last_img read more

a month agoTottenham remain determined to find Victor Wanyama buyer

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Tottenham remain determined to find Victor Wanyama buyerby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham remain determined to find a buyer for Victor Wanyama in January.The Kenya international turned down a move to Club Brugge after their offer was accepted.Olympique Marseille were also in contact with Wanyama’s minders, but the market shut with him still a Spurs player.The Guardian says Spurs still want to offload the midfielder when the market reopens.Wanyama’s deal runs to 2021. last_img

a month agoLiverpool boss Klopp tells Sir Alex: What’s a perch?

first_imgLiverpool boss Klopp tells Sir Alex: What’s a perch?by Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has ducked claims of the club being “back on our perch”.Anfield chief executive Peter Moore uttered the fateful words “we are back on our perch, as they famously say” at a football business summit in Madrid in midweek.That refers to the rivalry with Mamchester United, and Sir Alex Ferguson’s notorious comment that “my greatest challenge was knocking Liverpool right off their f****** perch”.“No, absolutely no extra pressure. Not at all. I heard about it but I don’t even understand about perch so for me it is not a big thing to be honest,” Klopp said.“We are all adults and we say things and sometimes people have to deal with things that I say, and in this case people seem to think I have to deal with things Peter said.“But I’m not angry about him. I like Peter. He said that and for me it is nothing because I don’t even know the word perch. It is no problem at all.“If people come to me constantly and tell me ‘are you still on the perch or not?’ I still won’t understand what the word perch means!” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

3 days agoChelsea boss Lampard dismisses comparison to Ajax academy: We’ve a long way to go

first_imgChelsea boss Lampard dismisses comparison to Ajax academy: We’ve a long way to goby Freddie Taylor3 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFrank Lampard says Chelsea are not on the same level at bringing young players into the first-team as their Champions League opponents AjaxThe likes of Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Fikayo Tomori have all made an impression since breaking into the first-team this season.But Lampard says the club’s academy are some way off being mentioned in the same breath as Ajax.Asked if the two academies can be compared, Lampard said: “We’ve got a long way to go to claim the similarities, but I think pride in the short term, yes.”We shouldn’t get carried away with ourselves, it’s great we have a good feeling at the club in terms of the young players that have come through. “I think it’s long-deserved recognition for the academy itself and those players as well, but we are at a place here that is steeped in history of bringing young players through, creating great teams with groups of young players over the years.”We have a long way to go to do that. But in the short term, I’m certainly happy and we need to continue working so that they continue their development, the young players.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

2 days agoNicolas Pepe & perspective: Why slating Arsenal attacker just wrong

first_imgNicolas Pepe & perspective: Why slating Arsenal attacker just wrongby Chris Beattie2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveCOMMENT: Nicolas Pepe and these ex-players. “Horrible”. “Redundant”. “I don’t know what he is”. Of course they’re right. Of course they’re right in what they say about Arsenal’s record signing……oh wait. Hang on. That wasn’t messrs Keown, Merson and Wright slating Pepe after Bramall Lane. No. That was John Aldridge and Danny Murphy pulling apart Roberto Firmino’s game just months after joining Liverpool from Hoffenheim.At the time, Aldridge, one of the club’s greatest No9s, would even question Firmino’s courage. Yes, Firmino! The hardest working front-to-back striker in the game. But four years ago, Aldo saw things differently: “The Brazilian also pulled out of a challenge that was 55-45 in his favour. Liverpool fans won’t accept that. I’ve been going for 50 years and I know it’s unacceptable.”Of course, cycle forward to today and Aldridge’s opinion has dramatically changed. As has Murphy’s. The former Reds midfielder would later admit his initial judgment of the Brazilian was wrong. You get the drift. Pepe isn’t three months into his Premier League career and he’s being absolutely slaughtered. The €80m man bearing the brunt of blame for Monday night’s defeat at Sheffield United. Criticism which really is undeserved.Yes, he isn’t playing as a record signing is expected. And yes, he should be burying that chance in the first-half. But it was at the end of a move he’d initiated on the edge of Bernd Leno’s penalty area. And he’d had to bend his run twice to get the timing right to meet the cross. Nine times out o… okay, okay given his current confidence levels… seven times out of ten Pepe is side-footing that volley past Dean Henderson in the Blades goal. It would’ve been one of the great goals of the season. An end-to-end Mickey Thomas or David Rocastle effort. Different players. But Pepe, with all his shimmies and tricks, is also capable of doing that. And next time, there’s every chance he’s volleying the ball home.As mentioned, Pepe isn’t playing like an €80m signing. But he wasn’t the worst player on the pitch on Monday night. Indeed, he had some bright moments. For the neutral, sitting back, it was a performance typical of a player from Ligue 1 trying to get to grips with the rigours of Premier League football. And showing some promise – at Bramall Lane no less. A dart and low cross down the right-hand side could’ve had the Gunners ahead in the first-half. Then after the break – and that miss – Pepe actually beat Henderson, but his shot from outside the area dipped the wrong side of the post.But Pepe kept persisting – which should be encouraging for the Arsenal support. The head hasn’t dropped yet. Which is a good sign. That’s not to say he shouldn’t be doing better – and this isn’t about making excuses for the Ivorian. But watching Pepe get caught up in the extremes of Prem punditry, some reality needs to prevail.”Pepe, is he going to get into the team?” queried Martin Keown, the former Gunners centre-half. “It’s a massive amount of money they have paid for him and Lille will be laughing all the way to the bank with that one.”Really? Luis Campos, Lille’s sporting director, would say otherwise. His job would be far easier having Pepe still on the books than €80m in the bank. Certainly, good friend Jose Mourinho believes so. The Special One a regular at LOSC games last season where he was able to assess Pepe up close.”He knows how to defend, to play in the 4-4-2 as the right winger, you know how to defend, not only that area but also the inside,” said Mourinho, essentially describing Pepe’s performance on Monday night to a tee. “He does that very well. When he has the ball and also without the ball, he is very effective and very direct.”I think this boy has fantastic potential.”And “potential” is the word here. Pepe wasn’t signed by the Gunners for the here and now. At 24, he’s still learning his craft – and now doing so in the most demanding league in the world.Four years ago, when it was Firmino getting it in the neck, Pepe was running around the French Third Division with US Orleans, having been plucked from Angers’ reserves team. Today he’s with Arsenal – and as their record signing. A little perspective is required. Pepe’s first months as an Arsenal player haven’t been as horrible as claimed. TagsTransfersOpinionAbout the authorChris BeattieShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Video: John Calipari Addresses Post-Game Actions Of Willie Cauley-Stein, Andrew Harrison

first_imgjohn calipari final four interviewjohn calipari final four interviewKentucky lost its Final Four contest against Wisconsin Saturday night, and in the aftermath, a number of the team’s players committed some transgressions they’d probably like to take back. Willie Cauley-Stein, among others, left the court without shaking hands with the Badgers. And Andrew Harrison made a disparaging remark during the post-game press conference about Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky. Sunday, Wildcats head coach John Calipari sat down with Campus Insiders’ Bonnie Bernstein to address both situations.Coach Cal explained that he loves his players, but they sometimes do “dumb things” that they later need to apologize for. He also said that Harrison will not be facing any discipline for his actions.It’s going to an interesting offseason in Lexington, to say the least.last_img read more

Lambert claimed that saving Stoke would be like winning the Champions

first_imgStoke City have been deep in the relegation battle and Paul Lambert knows that it is going to take almost a miracle to save the team – but he still believes that he can do it.The experienced coach won the Champions League title as a player and he claimed that it would be a success comparable to that if he will manage to avoid the relegation for the Potters.Lambert spoke about his side’s critical situation as he said, according to BBC:“There is plenty of belief in the squad we can get out of trouble.”Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“I’ve been really fortunate to win the Champions League as a player and win league titles, but keeping this club up would be up there in terms of my achievements.”“The most important thing is the club stays up. For me, it would be massive for us to stay up, but it would be bigger for the club.”“We have been playing well but have just lacked a killer pass and a bit of luck at.”last_img read more

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