Homegrown e-commerce unicorn Tokopedia has had its internal database breached by an as-yet unidentified party, resulting in a massive data leak that has affected millions of its users, according to a recent report by cybersecurity research collective Under the Breach.The group wrote on its official Twitter page @underthebreach that the hack occurred in March and affected personal information belonging to more than 15 million users.The full database – which reportedly includes 91 million records consisting of email addresses, password hashes (an encrypted form of users’ passwords) and names of Tokopedia users – has now been put up for sale on the dark web for US$5,000 by a member of data-exchange platform Raid Forums, the group said.Actor leaked the database of Tokopedia – a large Indonesian technology company specializing in e-commerce.(@tokopedia)- Hack occurred in March 2020 and affects 15,000,000 users though the hacker said there are many more.- Database contains emails, password hashes, names pic.twitter.com/CZTYImj6jA— Under the Breach 🦠 (@underthebreach) May 2, 2020 Tokopedia spokesperson Nuraini Razak confirmed that a breach had taken place but claimed the company had ensured the security of its users’ personal data. “We have detected an attempt to steal data belonging to Tokopedia users. However, we have made sure that our users’ personal information, such as passwords, remain protected,” Nuraini said in a statement on Saturday.Nevertheless, she urged Tokopedia users to change their passwords to prevent data thieves from misusing their accounts despite the platform’s encryption measures.“Although passwords and other crucial user data remain encrypted, we still encourage Tokopedia users to change their passwords periodically to ensure their safety and security,” Nuraini said.Data related to payment methods stored on Tokopedia, such as credit cards, debit cards and e-wallet information, was not affected by the breach, she said, adding that the company was investigating the breach.Topics :
“I reiterated that Indonesia’s position remains unchanged on the Palestine issue. I hoped for US leadership in preventing Israel’s plan to further annex the West Bank from,” Retno said. “Indonesia is very concerned about Israel’s plan to annex Palestinian territory in the West Bank,” the minister said during a virtual press briefing on Thursday.Read also: Indonesia criticizes Israel’s reluctance to open up about PalestineShe added that she had also mentioned the issue to United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a phone call on Wednesday morning. She went on to say that the annexation would not only threaten peace and stability in the region but also undermine all efforts to reach a political solution on the Palestinian issue based on the two-state solution, where two sovereign and democratic states of Israel and Palestine could live in peaceful coexistence.“I call on the international community to work together to uphold our commitment, international parameters and consensus again to find a long-lasting solution on the future state of Palestine.”Read also: Indonesia demands global commitment on Palestine at UN meetingIn January, US President Donald Trump released his long-delayed Israeli-Palestinian peace plan in a joint announcement with Netanyahu. The proposed plan lays out a vision for establishing an independent Palestinian state while also formalizing Israeli sovereignty over settlements built in occupied territory, AFP reports.The plan covers strict conditions, including a requirement for the future Palestinian state be demilitarized.However, Palestinians were not involved in drafting the plan.As a staunch supporter of the Palestinian struggle for statehood, Indonesia has consistently backed the cause in many international forums, including the UN Security Council, where Indonesia is currently in its last year of non-permanent membership. (kuk/dis) Indonesia has again launched calls to support the plight of the Palestinian people after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed on Monday to further annex parts of the West Bank.Netanyahu said Israel would place Jewish settlements and the Jordan Valley in the West Bank under Israeli sovereignty, Reuters reported, setting July 1 as a starting date for Cabinet discussions on the issue.The plan has alarmed supporters of the state of Palestine, including Indonesia. Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi said on Thursday she had raised the issue with the United Nations (UN) secretary-general as well as foreign ministers of countries in the UN Security Council, Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Non-Aligned Movement, among other parties. Topics :
In an effort to promote new development opportunities for the state capital, the Government of Quintana Roo is beginning dredging operations on the Zaragoza Canal.The Governor Carlos Joaquín, together with other state and federal officials, yesterday marked the start of the dredging works on the Zaragoza Canal.During the ceremony, the Governor presented the project that will, as he said, “allow the creation of new commercial and tourist routes with Belize and Central America”.The project calls for dredging of the canal to remove the hazard of shallow water increasing the canal dept to three meters and the extension of 4.8 kilometers into the Chetumal Bay to obtain a sea passage with a total length of 6.3 kilometers.According to the officials, once complete – the Zaragoza Canal will connect the state capital with Xcalak.The project is being carried out in coordination with the Ministry of the Navy and state agencies including the Ministry of Environment (SEMA), Ministry of Finance and Planning (SEFIPLAN) and the Integral Port Administration of Quintana Roo.
Share LocalNews President of DOMDA wants assistance by: – February 17, 2012 Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweet 19 Views no discussions President of the Dominica Diabetic Association (DOMDA) Marvlyn BirminghamPresident of the Dominica Diabetes Association (DOMDA) Marvlyn Birmingham is calling for assistance for the Association to participate in this year’s Diabetes Conversations Training scheduled to take place in Jamaica in April 2012.She told the official opening of a Cancer and Diabetic Wellness Center in Goodwill on Thursday, that although training has been conducted within the Caribbean, Dominica has not been able to participate.She said Dominica has submitted the name of a health professional and member of its executive to participate in the upcoming event but assistance for air fare to Jamaica is needed.“This is an appeal to any of our partners or those who wish to become partners to assist us in that venture. Upon completion we anticipate that the training will be cascaded throughout the health services, with the attendant benefits to the Dominican population,” she said.She also highlighted some of the organizations many accomplishments over the years.“DOMDA with its partners implemented the step by step diabetic foot care training programme which provided training for 27 doctors and nurses in the health care sector in Dominica. Course 1 of the programme took place in October 2011. To help establish the foot care clinics in Dominica we have secured the services of an English Podiatrist Ms. Anna Evens. She volunteered her services to the health services of Dominica for two months. DOMDA with support of its partners sent two members of the Executive to the Diabetes World Congress which took place in Dubai in December 2011.”Birmingham further informed the audience that DOMDA holds monthly educational meetings at the Roseau Health Center and have held public body mass index and waist circumference screenings.DOMDA is a registered Not-for-Profit organization.Dominica Vibes News
When I was coaching track at Whitewater High School in the mid 1960’s, we always went to the Harrison Relays. It was a two-day event and drew as many as 30 of the greater Cincinnati track teams. The meet awards were divided into large school and small school divisions. The two marque teams were Middletown and Princeton.There were 2 premier athletes at that time, and they were both hurdlers. For Middletown it was a runner named Love, and for Princeton it was Fred Sagester. Fred taught school at Batesville and Milan and later was an administrator for Batesville Schools. In the 3 years Whitewater was at this meet, I doubt that the margin of victory was ever any more than half a step. Sagester, who went on to star at Cumberland College in Kentucky, did win all 3 times.We were fortunate at Whitewater to win the small school division each of those 3 years. One memorable year we not only had to survive the competition but also a tornado. Needless to say, the meet was not finished on that particular night. We had to go back for the 3rd day.
ORVC Weekly Report (December 10 – 15)Players of the Week.Girls Basketball: Elexah Roepke – South Ripley and Abby Ralston – SouthwesternBoys Basketball: Foster Mefford – SouthwesternORVC Report(December 10-15)2018Courtesy of ORVC Recorder Travis Calvert.
Willie Mullins is confident Vautour’s jumping will not be an issue in the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton. Press Association While Vautour is vying for favouritism, Valseur Lido is as big as 33-1, but Mullins sees him as a lively outsider. “It looks like three miles around there (Kempton) will really suit him. We had a chat the other day about the Lexus and it looks like they (Gigginstown) have enough for that, so all being well he’ll be heading to Kempton,” said Mullins. “I see he’d be one of the outsiders, but he’d be no 33-1 shot.” Valseur Lido, runner-up to another stablemate in Djakadam in the John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase, looks set to be the second-string of two King George runners for Gigginstown, along with Gordon Elliott’s Don Cossack. Mullins confirmed his intention to field two runners in the Lexus Chase for the leading owners in Don Poli and Sir Des Champs. The Cheltenham winner’s comeback victory at Ascot last month was workmanlike rather than spectacular, with his tendency to edge left at several fences considered by many as a major negative as he prepares to tackle another right-handed circuit in the Boxing Day showpiece. At a specially arranged media morning at his Closutton based in County Carlow, however, Mullins cut a content and confident figure. He said: ” I never worry about what’s in the race, I always worry about getting there and just hope for the best. “Him jumping left-handed is new, he did it at Ascot but I’ve never noticed it before, it hadn’t been something I’ve worried about. “I think in a different run race, where he doesn’t have to lead, it wouldn’t be an issue. “He hasn’t schooled since but he will do. He’s well able to jump. “I think he’s very well, he worked very well here (on Tuesday), I’ve had no worry. When I saw what he did I only hope he can repeat that at Kempton. “All ours were big having their first run, we’d left something to work on, and there’s lots of improvement to come from all of them. “I’m very happy with how the whole yard is at the moment.” The champion trainer is set to be double-handed in the Kempton feature, with the Gigginstown House Stud-owned Valseur Lido being readied to join his stable companion on the trip across the Irish Sea.
Bio Latest posts by Earl Brechlin (see all) Historic, high-end houses hit market – August 28, 2017 Latest Posts Earl BrechlinEditor at Mount Desert IslanderFormer Islander editor Earl Brechlin first discovered Mount Desert Island 35 years ago and never left. The author of seven guide and casual history books, he is a Registered Maine Guide and has served as president of the Maine and New England Press Associations. He and his wife live in Bar Harbor. BAR HARBOR — The Ellsworth/Sumner Eagles lost their preseason football game against the Mount Desert Island Trojans on Friday night.To a casual observer, the final score of 46-8 might seem extraordinarily lopsided. But in the end, such matchups are all about trying new things, seeing what works — and what doesn’t. And that’s seldom a recipe for keeping a lid on scoring.When the Trojans and Eagles took to the field, several rules aimed at keeping the potential for injury low were in play. There were no kickoffs or run backs. Each team started, following a scoring play, on its own 20-yard line. Punts were all “dead ball,” meaning the receiving team started where they were fielded. No rushing the kicker was allowed.While the game clock operated normally in the first three quarters, in the fourth it kept running, whether or not the play was a run, completed pass or an incomplete pass.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textConsidering the heat and humidity on Friday, some of the players, no doubt, were glad to have the game wrap up a bit earlier than normal.MDI scored first just under six minutes into the game when quarterback Andrew Phelps handed off to Colby Lee, who took the ball 64 yards downfield for the touchdown. Lee took the pitch from Phelps and got two more points, running right into the end zone untouched.Penalties on both sides of the ball characterized the next five minutes of game time with flags being thrown by officials for encroachment, pass interference, delay of game and even a facemask call.MDI’s Albee scored next, taking the ball into the end zone on a three-yard run with 5:25 left in the first quarter, pushing the score to 14-0. The Eagles’ defense held fast on the conversion, stifling MDI’s attempt to slam the ball in on the ground.In the second quarter, Eagles quarterback Connor Crawford mixed up his selection of running and pass plays. Most series ended, however, with punts.With 10:25 left to play in the half, Lee broke things open again for MDI with a 35-yard run for six points. The Trojans added two more on a quick pass from Phelps to Croix Albee.Four minutes later, a four-yard pass from Phelps to Albee added six more. Phelps ran it in for the points after, pushing the score to 30-0.Despite impressive ground gains by Jakob Gregory and Chance Closson, MDI didn’t notch any additional points. A sack of Crawford by MDI’s Drake Janes ended the first half.Crawford stayed in for the third quarter while MDI dipped farther down its roster, starting with backup quarterback Gus Reeves.In the third, Crawford got the Eagle offense moving, repeatedly calling number 36 to get the ball, sending Declan White crashing through MDI’s line. With 3:28 left in the third, a series of runs by White helped set up Crawford’s hand-off to Javon Williams, who swept right into the end zone for the Eagles’ only score. Crawford himself bulldozed through the MDI defense for two points after, pushing the score to 30-8.Among other third quarter highlights were a 50-yard completion to Abram Malloy and a 23-yard run by Reeves to set up another MDI score with 11:43 to play. MDI’s Elijah Joyce powered through the Eagles’ defense for two points after.During the fourth quarter, Charlie Hughes came in to play quarterback for Ellsworth/Sumner. James Carroll also took some snaps for MDI. A touch down by MDI’s Ezra Johnson, who earlier notched a three-yard gain, was called back due to an MDI holding penalty.MDI’s Joyce picked up six more with a 19-yard carry for a TD with just over a minute left to play. Jakob Gray added two more making the final score 46-8.Phelps was 3-for-7 in the air for a total of 52 yards. Reeves was 1-for-3 for 50 yards. Also gaining ground for MDI on Friday was Colby Butler.For Ellsworth/Sumner, Crawford went 5-for-11 passing for a total of 44 yards. Also gaining ground for the Eagles were Jacob Shorey and Jacob Morton.After the game, MDI head coach Mark Shields said his team had played hard.“We had the look I expected,” Shields said. “Last week we worked on energy, this week we worked on execution. This is just a tune-up.”MDI opens its regular season at home against the Foxcroft Ponies at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2. The Trojans beat the Ponies 29-6 last season.Shields said Dover-Foxcroft is a strong team and will be a tough opponent.“I’m looking forward to a really good week of practice,” he said.Ellsworth/Sumner opens its regular season at home against Mattanawcook Academy at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2. The Eagles lost to Mattanawcook 46-0 last season. MDI philanthropist, Rockefeller patriarch dies at 101 – March 20, 2017 Acadia advisory board suspended – May 17, 2017
The Hornets led through much of the first half, but it only converted on one of five man-up situations. Down 3-1, J-D tied it with goals by Tanner Burns and Pat Murad 10 seconds apart before a Shanley goal pushed F-M back in front 4-3 at halftime.A big reason why the Rams stayed close was the work of its defense. Josh Duby, Kenny Hildreth, Sahil Seth and the rest of the back line maintained their poise, and Jamison MacLachlan made a string of big stops on his way to 16 saves overall.Neither team led by more than one in the second half, and they were tied again, 6-6, when Matt Kemmis, off a feed from Connor Durkin (his fourth assist of the game), converted with 9:01 left.And though the Rams didn’t add to this lead, its defense preserved that slim margin, including a last-second stop that kept F-M from forcing overtime. To lead the attack, Murad, Burns and Will Davis had two goals apiece.In what proved to be the pivotal game in the SCAC Metro race, F-M went to Liverpool last Tuesday and having to work all the way to the wire to edge past the Warriors 6-5.This proved a tribute to the Hornets’ resistance. Zak Conley, Andrew Corbin, Luke Stratton and the rest of F-M’s back line was superb in the second half, limiting Liverpool to a single goal as Ben Hammond and Jack Van Valkenburgh combined for 14 saves.Trailing 4-3 at halftime, F-M went in front with three unanswered goals in the third quarter and held on from there, having seen Shanley and Miller each score twice, with Mike Howe and Max Cramer both get one goal and one assist.Meanwhile, J-D, who had taken its first loss of the season May 4 in a 10-9 overtime defeat to Fairport despite five assists from Davis and three goals apiece from Durkin and Matt Kemmis, rolled through two SCAC Empire division opponents, romping past Cortland and Fulton.The Red Rams shut out Cortland 13-0 last Tuesday, limiting the Purple Tigers to four shots all game.Davis and Matt Kemmis each had three goals and two assists, with Durkin getting two goals and three assists. Burns got a goal and three assists as Johnny Keib scored twice. Tyler Brang and Matt Bradford also had goals.An 18-1 win over Fulton followed, this one with Davis and Matt Kemmis each netting three goals as Burns, Keib and Josh Greenway scored twice. Bradford, Nick Kemmis and Tom Sabatino each had one goal and one assist.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: boys lacrosseF-MJ-D It was a weekend where the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team got the better of its neighbors from Fayetteville-Manlius, but both had reason to feel proud.True, the Red Rams beat the Hornets last Saturday in a 7-6 thriller, but F-M had, one night earlier, secured the outright SCAC Metro division regular-season title when it routed Cicero-North Syracuse 19-5.The Hornets went 7-1 in league play, beating out Baldwinsville’s 6-2 mark, with the difference coming from the Hornets sweeping Liverpool and the Bees only getting a split with the Warriors. In the league clincher, F-M pulled away from C-NS early, building a 10-2 halftime advantage and spreading things around as Jack Shanley had four goals and one assist, with Mike Howe adding three goals and one assist.Vince Coligandro, Pratt Reynolds and Jordan Leuze each had two goals and two assists, with K.C. Miller and Joe Puccia also scoring twice. Zach Nestor and Charlie Josephson added single goals.None of this mattered much to J-D, who aimed to match what its girls counterparts did when it beat F-M one week earlier, and it did so in a tense, low-scoring classic.
Syracuse’s Mamadou Balde charged toward the goal before being taken down inside the box, drawing the Orange’s second penalty kick of the season. When the referee blew his whistle, junior defender Kamal Miller jogged past head coach Ian McIntyre and most of his teammates, including Hugo Delhommelle, to the penalty spot.Miller stopped in the middle of box, took the ball and placed it on the ground with the white Nike swoosh facing away from the goalkeeper, the way he always does. With a stutter step and a well-struck kick with his natural left foot, Miller beat the keeper and SU took the lead in an eventual 3-2 win over Oregon State on Sept. 12.A week later, McIntyre said he didn’t assign a particular player to the shot. He admitted that he is mostly just a spectator, waiting for a player to take charge.“I had nothing to do with (the decisions),” McIntyre said. “Sometimes, there’s a little bit of over-coaching, the guys took responsibility. He stepped up, he took it, he scored.”Through eight games, No. 11 SU (4-2-2, 0-1-1 Atlantic Coast) has converted on both of its penalty attempts: Miller with the go-ahead goal against Oregon State and Delhommelle the first goal in an eventual 2-2 draw against Virginia four days prior. Both players have been tabbed as the go-to penalty kick takers, not by the coaching staff, but by themselves.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I think it’s a good thing to be able to share,” McIntyre said. “It becomes more difficult for an opponent to know who’s going to step up.”Penalty kicks have cost SU over the last two seasons. In 2015, the Orange’s College Cup run came to an end after a shootout loss to Clemson. Last year, Syracuse fell again to the Tigers in the ACC tournament quarterfinals.In a meeting before this season, McIntyre spoke in front of his team. He asked which player was interested in taking penalty kicks and, immediately, Miller and Delhommelle shot their hands up. After some training sessions, both agreed to share the responsibility. The pair decide during games who is going to take a potential kick. That decision, Miller said, comes down to whoever feels poised and more focused.“(McIntyre) likes the confidence that both of us bring,” Miller said. “He said we can work it out on the field.”That confidence grows when he connects on both short passes and looping lead passes through the air. The idea behind it is, if either can put their passes wherever they please, a penalty kick shouldn’t be as difficult. Whoever gets that “sweet” feeling on the ball will take charge when the penalty kick comes.When Miller takes a penalty kick, he looks to place the ball at a position that makes the goalkeeper uncomfortable. That usually means either shooting it low near the posts or high and out of reach. Placing the ball at mid-height, Miller said, simulates a normal shot that occurs throughout the course of the game and makes it easier to save.“I would take a quick look at the goalkeeper’s tendencies” Miller said. “If he got scored on to a certain side, maybe that’s not his strongest.”On Sept. 13 against then-No. 11 Virginia, Miller readied himself for a penalty kick. But before he could stand over the ball, Delhommelle walked over to him and claimed the opportunity for himself. In a scoreless game on the road, the native of France lined up to the left of the ball. He short-chopped his steps, hesitated, and beat UVA’s Jeff Caldwell with a sharp kick to right post. After scoring, the junior transfer stroked his beard and swung his arms back and forth before being mobbed by white jerseys.“If they are feeling confident and they want the ball,” McIntyre said, “that’s a good start. If they have that force of personality, it’s almost like an arrogance of saying, ‘I’m going to score this.’” Comments Published on September 20, 2017 at 9:26 pm Contact Nick: email@example.com | @nick_a_alvarez Facebook Twitter Google+