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ChatGPT learned how to write viruses for specific operating systems and vulnerabilities: now ordinary people without skills can create them

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Roman Dremlyuga, Deputy Director for Development at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Technology of the Far Eastern Federal University, said that the chatbot based on artificial intelligence ChatGPT has learned to create virus programs that target individual features of the operating system and specific vulnerabilities.

Criminals are always very quick to adapt technological innovations. In principle, when some new effective tool appears, criminals try to adapt it and do it very quickly. <...> You can already find examples of how this system generates malware code with the necessary properties for certain operating systems, for certain tasks, for certain vulnerabilities, absolutely customized. Now, for the most part, this is done by security specialists for testing, but we are well aware that this means that cybercriminals have long adopted it.

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ChatGPT learned how to write viruses for specific operating systems and vulnerabilities: now ordinary people without skills can create them

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He added that cybercriminals have used artificial intelligence before, but now even an ordinary person without the appropriate skills can create viruses using ChatGPT.

According to him, in the future, criminals will be able to choose an individual way to steal money and personal data of users using artificial intelligence. Users need general digital literacy to protect themselves from such misconduct.

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6000 mAh, 90 Hz and 50 MP for $160. Introduced inexpensive monster autonomy Samsung Galaxy F14

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6000 mAh 90 Hz and 50 MP for 160 Introduced

The Samsung Galaxy F14 appeared in a rather detailed video review a few days ago, but only now this model has been officially presented. The smartphone debuted in India, where the base version with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory is asking for the equivalent of $160. The 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage option is slightly more expensive at $180.

6000 mAh, 90 Hz and 50 MP for $160.  Introduced inexpensive monster autonomy Samsung Galaxy F14

The Samsung Galaxy F14 is based on Samsung’s own 5nm Exynos 1330 SoC. The smartphone received a PLS screen with a diagonal of 6.72 inches, Full HD + resolution and a frame rate of 90 Hz, a 13-megapixel front camera, a main camera with sensors with a resolution of 50, 2 and 2 Mp.

6000 mAh, 90 Hz and 50 MP for $160.  Introduced inexpensive monster autonomy Samsung Galaxy F14

6000 mAh, 90 Hz and 50 MP for $160.  Introduced inexpensive monster autonomy Samsung Galaxy F14

The battery capacity was 6000 mAh, it supports 25 W charging. The software platform was Android 13 with One UI 5.0 interface (Samsung promises two big OS updates and 4 years of security updates).

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In the Large Hadron Collider for the first time managed to register the most elusive elementary particle

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In the Large Hadron Collider for the first time managed

CERN scientists have announced that they have detected neutrinos from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for the first time.

In the Large Hadron Collider for the first time managed to register the most elusive elementary particle

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A new discovery was made after the transition to the Run 3 phase last summer, when, after a three-year break for the modernization of the installation, it was brought to a maximum energy level of 13.6 TeV.

Neutrinos, born directly in the LHC, were detected by the FASER detector, which is designed to search for light and extremely weak interactions. Recall that neutrinos are particles that interact extremely weakly with matter, which makes them extremely difficult to detect. Every second, more than 10eleven neutrino.

Scientists have been able to detect neutrinos for a long time, but for this they use special massive detectors placed deep underground. At the LHC, this particle was detected for the first time. Experts note that the mechanism of formation of neutrinos in the LHC, as well as their center of mass energy, is the same as that of very high-energy neutrinos formed during collisions of cosmic rays with the atmosphere.

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New Toyota Mirai 2023 unveiled

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New Toyota Mirai 2023 unveiled

Toyota has unveiled the new 2023 Toyota Mirai, which is largely unchanged from last year’s model, but now comes equipped with the Toyota Audio Multimedia package.

New Toyota Mirai 2023 unveiled

Toyota Multimedia Audio Suite is gradually appearing in new Toyota models. Users can interact with the system via a 12.3-inch touch screen and voice commands, while Connected Service Drive Connect gives you access to cloud navigation and a smart assistant. You can access it by saying Hey Toyota, then search for specific locations on the map, control the climate control system, and control playback with your voice.

The updated hydrogen fuel cell vehicle supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity and offers a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot that can serve up to five mobile devices simultaneously. Customers receive a three-month subscription to the SiriusXM online radio service.

New Toyota Mirai 2023 unveiled

The car received a forward collision warning system with pedestrian detection, a lane departure warning system, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control and the ability to recognize traffic signs.

Both variants of the 2023 Mirai are powered by a 184kW electric motor paired with a 1.24kWh battery pack and three hydrogen tanks. Toyota claims that the base XLE version offers a range of 647 km. The drive is rear.

New Toyota Mirai 2023 unveiled

The 2023 Toyota Mirai is on offer in the US starting at $50,525. The Limited Edition costs $67,025. Buyers get the opportunity to refuel hydrogen tanks for a total of $15,000.

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