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Address bar flaw and big rise in spear-phishing shows why better defences are needed against Covid-19 cyber attacks

The previously undiscovered flaw potentially allows attackers to host malicious websites imitating legitimate services.

The previously undiscovered flaw potentially allows attackers to host malicious websites imitating legitimate services.

Address bar flaw and big rise in spear-phishing shows why better defences are needed against Covid-19 cyber attacks
24 Oct 2020 - 11:07PM
Women in space: for female astronauts and engineers, the push for gender equality on and off Earth isn’t rocket science

Women have played crucial roles throughout the history of space flight, but they have largely taken second place to men. Commercial space flight could change that by democratising space.

Women have played crucial roles throughout the history of space flight, but they have largely taken second place to men. Commercial space flight could change that by democratising space.

Women in space: for female astronauts and engineers, the push for gender equality on and off Earth isn’t rocket science
6 Oct 2020 - 5:54AM
Women in combat, from World War II anti-Nazi Greek resistance to Viet Cong to Syrian Kurdish militia

Women have traditionally been expected to be passive and to do domestic duties. Relatively few are in the world's armed forces, and even fewer receive combat training.

Women have traditionally been expected to be passive and to do domestic duties. Relatively few are in the world's armed forces, and even fewer receive combat training.

Women in combat, from World War II anti-Nazi Greek resistance to Viet Cong to Syrian Kurdish militia
22 May 2020 - 9:02PM
Vietnam war art collected over 30 years paints a very different picture of communist fighters

A collection of paintings brought together over 30 years shows how North Vietnamese artists portrayed Vietnamese communists as intelligent, expressive individuals, far from the biased interpretation of being red-eyed bogeymen.

A collection of paintings brought together over 30 years shows how North Vietnamese artists portrayed Vietnamese communists as intelligent, expressive individuals, far from the biased interpretation of being red-eyed bogeymen.

Vietnam war art collected over 30 years paints a very different picture of communist fighters
27 Mar 2020 - 3:25AM