WordPress is now selling 100-year domains
WordPress, a company that has been around for 20 years, is now selling domains with a 100-year registration length. That means your blog or website will probably live longer than you.
The company announced in a blog post that this 100-year plan is ideal for families to preserve their history on the internet and for founders to document their company’s journey.
Google Workspace Customers Can Request No-Price Trial of Duet AI
Google announced the general availability of Duet AI, a new feature set to transform how users interact with Google Workspace with artificial intelligence (AI).
Google’s Duet AI is a real-time AI assistant for over 3 billion Google Workspace users.
Launched after extensive testing involving thousands of companies and millions of testers, Duet AI aims to shift how tech envisions future workspaces.
Charity Donors Caught in Major Data Breach
A data breach at a Brisbane-based telemarketer has impacted some of Australia’s most well-known charities, exposing personal information from thousands of donors to the dark web.
The attack happened at Pareto Phone, a third-party tele-fundraising supplier which collects donations and services for more than 70 Australian charities.
Google Is Now Indexing CSV Files
Google quietly updated their Google Search Central documentation to note that they are now indexing .csv files.
This opens up a new way to get crawled or if a publisher doesn’t want their .csv files crawled, it may mean updating robots.txt to exclude those files.
CSV files contain data in plain text, which means that the CSV files do not contain style elements like fonts nor does it contain images or active links.
UK Court Finds Teenagers Guilty of Carrying Out LAPSUS$ Hacking Spree
A UK court has found an 18-year-old from Oxford was a part of international cybercrime gang LAPSUS$, responsible for a hacking spree against major tech firms.
Arion Kurtaj was a key member of the LAPSUS$ group that hacked the likes of Uber, Nvidia, and Rockstar Games. A 17-year-old was also convicted for his involvement in the activities of the gang but cannot be named because of his age. The trial was held at Southwark Crown Court in London and lasted for seven weeks.