In today’s news, Northern Mozambique receives emergency food aid from Japan, woman in China loses life after contracting bird flu, US space agency collaborates with SpaceX to launch new air quality monitoring instrument, Europe’s first Wild River National Park ever set aside by Albanian government, Scottish professional footballer praises benefits of plant-based diet, Cypriot vegan meat company wins award at International Food Expo, and senior man and his furry companion are true soul mates.
I would like to share a tech charging safety tip with you. Using public charging points puts you at risk of getting your personal information stolen. Cybersecurity experts state that there are two primary methods of “jacking” that target people who utilize public USB ports. The first method is “juice jacking”— this is where criminals load malicious malware onto public charging stations to steal information from devices while they are plugged in. Stolen information may include account credentials or even financial information. The second method is “video jacking”— where hidden equipment in a compromised charging point records footage of everything taking place on a device while it’s charging. Recordings may include people entering their passwords or writing emails. It is best if you can avoid public USB charging ports altogether and carry a personal charger and USB cord to be used in an electrical outlet instead.
It seems like the following joke ticks all the giggle boxes, so we’d better check it out. It’s entitled, “You Can Be Anything.”
A three-year-old boy was hugging his mom before going to bed.
“Mom, I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up.”
“You can be anything you want to be, sweetie.”
“I think I’ll be a mom.”