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  • Sylvan Lake crash victim dies after truck hits guardrail
    A 20-year old man from Sylvan Lake is dead after the truck he was driving left Highway 11 and hit a guardrail on Friday morning. RCMP said the vehicle rolled, landing upside down in a creek on the side of the highway between Sylvan Lake and Red Deer. The two people were trapped inside the truck and were found by motorists driving by the crash. The bystanders pulled both from the truck and started first aid until paramedics arrived.
  • Habs vs. Sens: Game 2 in 10 tweets
    It's was another game filled with action, pace and power as the Montreal Canadiens beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 in overtime at the Bell Centre Friday night, taking a 2-0 lead in the first-round playoff series. Habs fever has hit the streets of Montreal. Inside the Bell Centre, the game hadn't even started yet, but fans were roaring when they saw Habs' top goal-scorer Max Pacioretty warming up on the ice. The Habs' lucky charm Ginette Reno was back to belt out O' Canada at the Bell Centre. Montreal responded in the second period with a goal by none other than top scorer Max Pacioretty.
  • #Sens vs. #Habs: 10 tweets that sum up Game 2 for Ottawa
    After two days of debate and speculation, Mark Stone played in Game 2 for the Ottawa Senators, as did Max Pacioretty for the Montreal Canadiens. Stone suffered a microfracture of his right wrist after a slash from P.K. Subban, while Pacioretty had an upper-body injury suffered late in the season. Sens fans, as you could assume, weren't too happy.

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  • Israeli military networks breached by hackers: researchers
    By Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Hackers have managed to penetrate computer networks associated with the Israeli military in an espionage campaign that skillfully packages existing attack software with trick emails, according to security researchers at Blue Coat Systems Inc. The four-month-old effort, most likely by Arabic-speaking programmers, shows how the Middle East continues to be a hotbed for cyber espionage and how widely the ability to carry off such attacks has spread, the researchers said. Waylon Grange, a researcher with the Blue Coat [PRJCBB.UL who discovered the campaign, said the vast majority of the hackers' software was cobbled together from widely available tools, such as the remote-access Trojan called Poison Ivy. The hackers sent emails to various military addresses that purported to show breaking military news, or, in some cases, a clip featuring "Girls of the Israel Defense Forces." Some of the emails included attachments that established "back doors" for future access by the hackers and modules that could download and run additional programs, according to Blue Coat.
  • Ex-iOS boss Scott Forstall resurfaces in a place you wouldn’t expect
    In late 2012, Apple’s iOS chief Scott Forstall was unceremoniously let go from the company he helped bring back to greatness. A longtime Steve Jobs lieutenant, Forstall was the key software head responsible for bringing the iPhone into existence, and just as importantly, for developing the first iOS SDK. Don’t Miss: The second trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens just came out – watch it here now! In a story that’s been recounted numerous times, the impetus for Forstall’s dismissal was his reported refusal to sign his name to a letter apologizing for various Apple Maps glitches. Not helping matters were rumors that he also refused to attend Jony Ive’s meetings. Following his separation from Apple, Forstall completely fell off the radar,
  • Europol Director: hackers target banks, not customers
    By Toby Sterling THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Banks, rather than their customers, are increasingly the main target of online thieves, Europol director Rob Wainwright said on Friday in an interview. "That has been an important change," Wainwright told Reuters after a conference on cyber security in The Hague.

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