These Gmail searches will dig up stuff you never knew you missed

Find lost messages, unearth attachments, clear your inbox, and more. The right searches can pick out a needle from your inbox’s haystack. David Nield/Popular Science Gmail dominates the email landscape. It provides gigabytes of storage, works at super-fast speeds in any browser, and automatically sorts messages into specialized sections depending on their content and importance. But… Please follow and like us:

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Army Spent $100 Million On Intelligence System It Never Used, NSA Leak Says

An unsecured, public database maintained in part by the United States National Security Agency contained information about a $100 million Army intelligence project that was never deployed. The publicly accessible database, which was discovered by security researcher Chris Vickery of security firm Upguard, contained more than 100 gigabytes of data from the now-defunct “Red Disk” program.… Please follow and like us:

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Report: N. Korean Hackers Steal US-S. Korea Assassination Plan for Kim Jong Un

Computer hackers from North Korea are believed to have stolen a large number of classified military documents from South Korea, including plans to “decapitate” the North’s leadership. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency reported Tuesday authorities believe hackers broke into a South Korean military data center in September 2016 and made off with the secret documents. Among… Please follow and like us:

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Air Force-related personnel files, security clearance forms leaked online: Report

Names, addresses and other sensitive information pertaining to hundreds of members of the U.S. military, as well as log-in credentials and completed security clearance applications, were recently discovered on a publicly exposed computer drive, researchers said Sunday. Gigabytes worth of sensitive data related to the U.S. Air Force were recently leaked online after a misconfigured backup… Please follow and like us:

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