Cybersecurity firm Cyble, which was able to purchase 530,000 Zoom credentials for less than a penny each at $0.0020 per account, said the Zoom accounts began appearing in the hacker community at the beginning of April, with hackers offering the accounts to build a reputation.
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) just announced that it’s bringing in the big guns, tasking Summit with accelerating the process of finding a protein that can bind to the spikes found on the Coronavirus, as reported by HPC Wire.
Nvidia is putting out a call to PC gamers everywhere to download the Folding@home application and start putting their spare clock cycles toward advancing humanity’s scientific knowledge of coronavirus.
While Nim could be a mix of best features of tons of languages, but that only is not good enough to get it into general circulation.
With one of the largest active and helpful community backing Python, Nim’s gonna be in a very tight spot.