No man should underestimate the power of a good walk. While more intensive forms of exercise are obviously favoured by lads who want to hit those fitness goals, it’s the low-impact jolt of a good, brisk stroll along a walking track that remains one of the best activities available. Both for social and health reasons. Fortunately for Sydneysiders there’s more than enough motivation to get up and smash any semblance of a sedentary lifestyle, given there are many top picks when it comes to the best walks in Sydney.
Why it matters: The dark web is still alive and kicking, and it's become more dangerous than ever. New research highlights how the value of stolen data and general cybercriminal behavior has evolved over the past six years.
In memo Mr Blunden described it as the ""Maguire international shooting centre of excellence" and wrote: "As Joel Goodson [Tom Cruise's character in the film Risky Business] would say, sometimes you gotta say WTF."
Danielle Higgins Green (Fordham), & Stanley Veliotis (Fordham; Google Scholar), Law vs. Accounting Firms: Competing Over Three Decades of Change, 173 Tax Notes Fed. 13 (Oct. 4, 2021):
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Tech Republic: “Ransomware has turned into one of the most devastating cyberthreats as criminal gangs launch destructive attacks against specific industries and organizations. Attackers also have upped their game through multiple strategies, such as the double-extortion tactic in which they vow to publicly release the stolen data unless the ransom is paid. In its latest Advanced Threat Research Report, McAfee looks at the most prominent ransomware strains for the second quarter of 2021 and offers advice on how to combat them…”
Via the Washington Post article – Consumers’ Checkbook – 65 Things You (Probably) Shouldn’t Pay For – “Let’s face it: We often waste money on stuff we don’t really need. Five-dollar lattes. Top-of-the-line appliances and granite countertops to plate up takeout and microwave frozen meals from Trader Joe’s. Golfing gear. Home theaters. Designer clothes, shoes, and handbags. But there’s a big difference between splurging on luxuries and throwing away money on services and stuff that, while marketed as useful, are bad buys—sometimes really bad. Equally wasteful: Paying for services and products that are worthwhile but that you could get for free. We’re often warning about products, services, and extras that aren’t worth shelling out for, from duct cleaning to lousy insurance plans to tire rotation. Drawing from that advice, what follows is our list of 65 things that aren’t worth the coin. Keep in mind that we didn’t include obvious things like those gadgets advertised on late-night TV and online ads (you know those inventions won’t really change your life, right?). And our undercover shoppers always find that the biggest money waster is failing to shop around…”