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Google has recently come up with some changes. Now a new change is coming. Here are all the details.

Google’s head of search said in an was removed told. This feature, most commonly known as “Cached,” contained a snapshot of a web page when it was last indexed by Google. However, according to Google, these are no longer necessary. “We were aiming to help people access pages, but page loading was often unreliable,” Danny Sullivan of the search engine giant wrote in the post. “Things have improved greatly these days. Therefore, it was decided to discontinue it.”

Google is removing 'cached' web page feature

But today this feature is used for more than just a web page backup. Many people rely on this feature to check the validity of a site. SEO managers can use this feature to check their pages for errors. Many users, especially news professionals, use the cache to see whether a website has been updated recently, whether information has been added or removed. Sometimes a cache can allow you to check a site that is geo-blocked in your area.

Previously, clicking the three-dot menu next to a result would open an “about this result” dialog with a Cached button at the bottom right. But no more. The cached button will no longer be seen anywhere.

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More than 36 Million Identity Information Leaked to the Dark Web

Cybersecurity experts investigated the dark web market to track down credentials stolen from popular artificial intelligence and gaming-focused websites and came to the following conclusions.

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Cybersecurity experts investigated the dark web market to track down credentials stolen from popular artificial intelligence and gaming-focused websites and came to the following conclusions.

34 million in the last three years roblox user’s credentials (login information and passwords) were captured by malware and leaked to the dark web.

In 2023, the number of stolen credentials of ChatGPT users increased 33 times compared to the previous year, and 664 thousand records containing logins and passwords were published on the dark web.

The credentials in question were stolen using infostealers, specialized malware designed to steal user logins and passwords by infecting personal and corporate devices through phishing and other methods.

The sale of compromised login credentials forms a significant part of the dark web market. Cybercriminals often buy and sell accounts from various online platforms and services.

These accounts are often initially stolen using data-stealing malware and then leaked to the dark web via skimmer log files, where they can be further monetized as valuable assets in the field of cybercriminal activities.

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Attacks on artificial intelligence services have increased

From image editing, translation, transcribing, chatbots to voice generators, the credentials of various AI services are being compromised due to their growing popularity.

For example, in the last three years, the credentials of approximately 1 million 160 thousand users of the artificial intelligence-supported online graphic design tool Canva were compromised by data-stealing malware.

These credentials surfaced on dark web forums and Telegram channels. Approximately 839 thousand user credentials of Grammarly, another popular artificial intelligence assistant, were stolen between 2021 and 2023.

OpenAI, one of the most popular artificial intelligence companies, has also witnessed users’ credentials being leaked as a result of phishing activities.

Between 2021 and 2023, approximately 688 thousand ChatGPT credentials were compromised and located in dark channels. Especially in the last year when chatbots were widely adopted, the number of leaked logins and passwords increased approximately 33 times compared to the previous year, reaching approximately 664 thousand in 2023.

Roblox game poses a threat to children

Between 2021 and 2023, approximately 34 million credentials for the Roblox game were compromised and published on the dark web.

This has made the game a very fertile target for cybercriminals using information-stealing malware. Worryingly, the number of compromised accounts for this popular children’s game is gradually increasing every year.

In the last three years, this figure has increased by 231%, from approximately 4 million 700 thousand in 2021 to 15 million 500 thousand in 2023. Overall, the average number of compromised accounts across Twitch, Electronic Arts, Sony PlayStation, and Steam, along with 11 other random popular gaming platforms or combinations of games, has increased by 112% since 2021.

While there have been numerous cases of Roblox account login credentials being stolen, these are not the main items cybercriminals are searching for on the dark web.

Some other accounts are much more attractive to them. For example, the number of dark web posts selling or buying Steam accounts reached nearly 10 thousand between 2021 and 2023, while ads for stolen Roblox accounts remained below 150.

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CAR OF THE YEAR 2024: SCENIC E-TECH 100% ELECTRIC

Offered with a compact and lightweight design for urban roads, equipped with high-tech elements for comfortable long journeys and with a range of up to 625 km, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric managed to become the “Car of the Year”, leaving its competitors behind.

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Offered with a compact and lightweight design for urban roads, equipped with high-tech elements for comfortable long journeys and with a range of up to 625 km, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric managed to become the “Car of the Year”, leaving its competitors behind.

scenic E-Tech 100% Electric was selected as “The Car of the Year 2024”. The results were announced at a ceremony held at the Geneva International Motor Show (Switzerland) on Monday, February 26.

The car of the year award was determined by the votes of an expert jury consisting of 58 automobile journalists from 22 countries. Scenic ranked first with 329 points, receiving the prestigious ‘Car of the Year’ award, following awards such as Renault 16 (1966), Renault 9 (1982), Clio (1991), Scenic (1997), Megane (2003) and Clio (2006). It became the seventh Renault model to receive the award.

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Renault CEO Fabrice Cambolive “Winning the ‘Car of the Year’ award is a great pride for everyone within the Renault Group and the Renault brand. Receiving this prestigious award shows that we made the right choices. “With record range, generous interior volume, superior driving pleasure, the new Solarbay panoramic sunroof and many more features, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric has all the right features to strengthen its position in the European electric vehicle market,” he said.

Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric, a fully electric model developed on the Medium AmpR platform (formerly CMF-EV), is designed for users looking for versatility. With its zero-emission, agile, light (1,890 kg) and compact (4.47 m length) features, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric demonstrates superior performance on urban roads. Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric also offers an advanced driving experience with a range of up to 625 km (WLTP), comfort, spacious interior and superior technologies for long journeys.

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Tumblr and WordPress posts will be used in OpenAI trainings

OpenAI continues to develop artificial intelligence models. Here are all the details.

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OpenAI continues to develop artificial intelligence models. Here are all the details.

Tumblr and WordPress will reportedly make deals to sell user data to artificial intelligence companies OpenAI and Midjourney. 404 Media reported that the platforms’ parent company, Automattic, is nearing completion of a deal to provide data that will help AI companies train their models. It is unclear what data will be included. Even private or partner-related data may be ready to be sent, according to a post by Tumblr product manager Cyle Gage. It can be said that it is a surprising move in recent times when privacy and security have come to the fore. Suspicious content reportedly included private posts on public blog posts, deleted or suspended blogs, unanswered questions, private replies, posts flagged as obscene, and content from premium partner blogs.

Tumblr and WordPress posts will be used in OpenAI trainings

It’s unclear whether the data has already been sent to AI companies. Engadget, emailed Automattic to request comment on the report. The company responded with a statement saying, “We will only share public content from sites hosted on WordPress.com and Tumblr that have not opted out.” It may be surprising to learn that the posts and posts you publish on the internet will be used for artificial intelligence training, but it can be said that things work that way now. Because the idea that something on the internet will protect privacy and security is no longer valid. In this case, it can be said that we are all shaping OpenAI artificial intelligence together.

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