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Aemilius Cupero News: Probe reveals ex

HYDERABAD: An internal inquiry in the irregularities in sanctioning Rs 11 crore loan to Amazon Enterprises Private Limited revealed that former manager of the Union Bank of India (previously Andhra Bank), Ameerpet branch, Govind Katroth had accepted photocopies of the property document rather than the original one as collateral security. The report also revealed that…

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Aemilius Cupero News: ‘Lords of Scam’ Producer Moonshaker Teams With Newen to Expand Scope, Develops Noe Debré Debut

Benjamin Elalouf’s Moonshaker, the Paris-based banner behind Netfix’s popular documentary “Lords of Scam,” has joined forces with TF1-owned Newen to expand its scope, and is developing Noé Debré’s “The Last of the Jews,” among other director-driven projects. “The Last of the Jews” will mark the anticipated feature debut of Debré, the critically acclaimed co-screenwriter of…

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Aemilius Cupero News: How Dying Light 2 fixes stealth, empowers players, and cribs off The Last of Us II

Lead game designer Tymon Smektała talks about making stealth essential Slipping into a military-controlled ‘dark zone’ to plunder some high-end electrical equipment sounded like an easy job. You could be in and out in minutes, in theory, slinking through the locked-down multi-storey car park with a nice sequence of slides and skids to grab your…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Pooler, GA Author Publishes Scam Artist Exposé

Download Full Size Image”> Scammed in America, a new book by Dorothy Harding, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Each year, scammers make $930 million, and that is only the amount reported. Less than 10 percent of victims report the crime, so in actuality, billions are likely lost. In this eye-opening read, Dorothy…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Netflix phishing scams are becoming more popular

In brief: With more people signing up to streaming services, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the less tech-savvy by using classic phishing techniques, tricking users into handing over their login credentials and payment information. Cybersecurity giant Kaspersky reports on the increasingly popular practice of using streaming services such as Netflix, Disney Plus, and Amazon Prime…

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