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Microsoft Leaks 38TB, Xbox Secrets
AI researchers at Microsoft have made a huge mistake according to a new report from cloud security company Wiz.
The team accidentally leaked 38 terabytes of the company’s private data that included full backups of two employees’ computers. These backups contained sensitive personal data, including passwords to Microsoft services, secret keys, and more than 30,000 internal Microsoft Teams messages from more than 350 Microsoft employees.
These Humanoid Robots Have Started Self-Replicating
Bringing the dystopian future of The Terminator one step closer to fruition, humanoid robots will begin building more than 10,000 of their own kind annually once a new automated robot factory in the US state of Oregon goes live at the end of this year.
The 6,500 square metre ‘RoboFab’ facility, which robotics pioneer Agility Robotics began building in the Oregon city of Salem last year, will see 500 human workers supported by a fleet of Digit humanoid robots who will work together to build even more robots.
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Toyota is making AI-trained breakfast bots in a ‘kindergarten for robots’
Toyota Research Institute (TRI) used generative AI in a “kindergarten for robots” to teach robots how to make breakfast — or at least, the individual tasks needed to do so — and it didn’t take hundreds of hours of coding and errors and bug fixing. Instead, researchers accomplished this by giving robots a sense of touch, plugging them into an AI model, and then, as you would a human being, showing them how.
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Cactus Ransomware Gang Claims Hack Of Australian Logistics And Healthcare Firm Peacock Bros
An Australian company has been once again struck by a ransomware gang, this time the family-owned, Victoria-headquartered firm Peacock Bros.
The Cactus ransomware group posted limited details of the hack on 19 September, alongside a tranche of other victims, including a UK home furnishing company, a Californian law firm, and a Canadian insurance broker.
Peacock Bros has over “12,000 active customers”, according to its website, and more than 1,000 resellers in Australia, New Zealand, south-east Asia, the US, and Europe. Its clients include TNT, Toll, Amazon, Alfred Health, Coca Cola and more.
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Pizza Hut Warns Customers of Possible Data Breach
Old-school fast-food chain Pizza Hut has sent emails to its customers warning that some customer data may have been compromised in a recent data breach.
The emails, dated 20 September and shared with Cyber Security Connect by a Pizza Hut customer, mention a “cyber security incident” that Pizza Hut first became aware of in “early September”.
The apparent breach includes customer details and order information.
The Most-Viewed YouTube Videos of All-Time
This is sure to bring back some memories! The team from Visual Capitalist have put together a listing of the most viewed YouTube videos of all time, which provides some helpful insight into what gains traction in the app, and which videos have seen enduring success.
Which, based on this list, are music clips of kid-focused content.
The music clips are viral hits, which people have probably put on in the background as they go about their workday, while many have also had engaging video clips that drive higher interest.