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Intel Agency GCHQ Says Crack The Code, Become A Spy

NRM: "British intelligence agency GCHQ (UK Government Communications Headquarters) today launched a viral campaign on Facebook and Twitter to uncover a new generation of spies. The campaign links to a website merely entitled ‘Can You Crack It?.'

With little indication of the website’s true purpose – there is no sign of GCHQ’s involvement anywhere – users are then presented with a grid made up of 160 seemingly randomised double-digit combinations of numbers and letters. Successful code-breakers will be directly referred by GCHQ to apply for a job with the organisation."

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newrisingmedia.com
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Messenger will return the Facebook mobile app thanks to Meta

Messenger will return the Facebook mobile app thanks to Meta.

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cruzingspeed.com
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A cyberattack kept the whole country's government offline for a month

A cyberattack kept the whole country's government offline for a month.

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cruzingspeed.com
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How to change your birthday on Facebook

Now you can get happy birthday messages on your actual birthday instead of some random day.

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knowtechie.com
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