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Far Cry 5 has been cracked on PC

Game hackers have infiltrated the copy protection on Ubisoft's latest Far Cry game.

Far Cry 5 has been cracked on PC less than a month on the market, despite multiple layers of copy protection.

Cracking group CPY recently confirmed that Far Cry 5's DRM has been successfully circumvented--which is undoubtedly welcome news to gaming pirates everywhere. The game itself uses three layers of protection from Denuvo, EAC, and VMProtect, and actually uses the latest Denuvo 5.0 version to boot.

Ubisoft will likely handle this by releasing a patch that locks players out of the game via an update, and it'll be interesting to see if the publisher keeps using Denuvo to secure its games in the future. Before Far Cry 5, Assassin's Creed: Origins was the latest game to feature multi-layer protection, which stood in the way of cracking for multiple months.

#FarCry5 #cracked #hacked #copyprotection #games

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It makes for a chilling landscape, a world where atrocities are committed twice over – once when they are done, and again when they are denied. Not decades later, but even as the dead are still being buried. The great division of our time may not, after all, be between left and right or open and closed, but something more fundamental still: between what is true and what is false.

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Completing our pre-draft tour around the NFL, our latest Dynasty Football 101 hits the AFC State of the Union. Where does your team stand and whom will they look to in this year’s draft to fill their needs? Fantasy Football.

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Looking for a way to stream your Nintendo Switch to Twitch or YouTube? Then check out our tutorial. https://yte.fyi/2JSedvh

By +Jason England
#NintendoSwitch #Nintendo #Twitch #YouTube

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Riot: A Distributed Way of Having IRC and VOIP Client and Home Server

Riot is a free and open source decentralized instant messaging application that can be considered an alternative to Slack. The line article takes a look at features of Riot, installation procedure and usage.

I sue Riot myself for a few support forums I'm involved in. It is not difficult to set up and focusses well on the issues being addressed in the channels. If you don't want to install it yourself you can also make use of the free cloud-based version at https://riot.im.

See https://itsfoss.com/riot-desktop/

#slack #teamchat

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THIS WEEK WE celebrate the birthday of the Hubble Space Telescope. Believe it or not, it has been in Earth’s orbit studying the cosmos for 28 years. Most of our images of cloudy nebulae, stunning galaxies, and star clusters can be credited to the Hubble. What better way to honor it, then, than by gazing into outer space for a while.

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Meteorite diamonds tell of a lost planet | #Geology #GeologyPage #Meteorite

Using transmission electron microscopy, EPFL scientists have examined a slice from a meteorite that contains large diamonds formed at high pressure.

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/04/meteorite-diamonds-tell-of-a-lost-planet.html

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Sabayon Linux 18.5 Released https://itsfoss.com/sabayon-linux-release/

#LinuxNews

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Negative selection or purifying selection is the selective removal of alleles (a variant form of a given gene) that have negative adaptive value.

Researchers Discover Evidence of So-Called ‘Negative Selection’

https://edgylabs.com/researchers-discover-evidence-of-so-called-negative-selection

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"The windbag doth protest too much, methinks."

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Living with locals, Myanmar

Getting as far as we legally could north in Myanmar, to a place in the mountains I won't name (for safety reasons), it was forbidden to explore the area, and the military made sure of this. However, one early morning we snuck out of town and explore the neighbouring mountains, where after several hours of trekking we came across a little village situated right on top of a hilltop. The entire village came to a standstill when we wandered through, as if they hadn’t seen caucasians before (the vast majority would not have). It was a really cultural experience and they were just the most friendly and accommodating people. Among other things that day, we stared in the opening photograph of a local democratic building (Myanmar people are hugely oppressed). What an honour. Later that day we also were invited by a young girl that had been showing us around, to stay with her family that evening.

This photograph is of two children within that family we stayed with, warming up inside by the fire as night drew in. We were made a very big special dinner by “Grandma” that evening, just for her new guests (us). Filling our bellies up, we then slept on a couple of blankets next to this fire for the night.

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She'll be right.. just pick a road and run with it, they all lead to the same place

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Roseanne is back — on the airwaves and coming to a comedy show near you. Love her or hate her, the Star's Vinay Menon talks to the woman with the No. 1 show on television about her career, living on a macadamia farm and, of course, her politics.

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Frequent Low-Intensity Lucid Dreaming Correlated with Higher Rates of Psychopathology

Lucid dreams are one of the least studied aspects of the dreaming experience. Freud, whose influence on Psychoanalysis brought Dream Interpretation out of the occult domain and into the mainstream, knew of them only by rumors of such, and even expressed some skepticism.

In popular culture, lucid dreams are typically viewed as positive, i.e. as promoting mental well-being and enhancing the enjoyment of the dream state, but new research suggests that their effect on mental well-being may depend on another factor: dream intensity.

Researchers at Ben Gurion University compared the rates of Psychopathology between normal dreamers, and two types of frequent lucid dreamers: those who report frequent low-intensity lucid dreaming and those who report frequent high-intensity lucid dreaming.

Although no difference was found between normal dreamers and frequent high-intensity lucid dreamers, both were found to have significantly lower rates of Psychopathology than frequent low-intensity lucid dreamers (who, consequently, had the highest rates).

This suggests that, at least in specific relation to absence of Psychopathology, lucid dreaming is not inherently superior to normal dreaming and may, in fact, be a risk factor if it is associated with low intensity dreams, though normal low-intensity dreamers may be no better off.

This suggests that some minimal level of dream intensity, rather than lucidity or lack thereof, is critical to our mental health and that some lucid dreamers may inhibit this, though it may also be that health issues may impact dream intensity. As other studies have found that very high dream arousal can also be associated with higher rates of Psychopathology and sleep disorders, it would appear there is a 'Goldilocks' level of dream arousal which doesn't specifically care whether you're lucid or not.

These findings should give pause to anyone trying to deliberately provoke lucid dreaming. If the dreams you provoke through this are typically low-intensity, you may be harming yourself, and should at least consider limiting the frequency of these experiences, though of course not every lucid dreamer is trying to be lucid, and for natural lucid dreamers, dream intensity may be useful as a diagnostic criteria for risk of Psychopathology.

#BlindMeWithScience #ConsciousnessResearch #LucidDreaming

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After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next? - Facebook has taken the lion's share of scrutiny from Congress and the media for its data-handling practices that allow savvy marketers and political agents to target specific audiences, but it's far from alone.

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This video zooms into the core of a rich star-birth region called the Lagoon Nebula, located in the constellation Sagittarius in the direction of our Milky Way galaxy’s central bulge. The sequence then dissolves to a series of imagined three-dimensional flights past striking structures of this gaseous landscape. Viewers examine dark, dusty clouds silhouetted against a colorful background of luminous gas that has been heated by a massive star. Pillars of dense gas and bow shocks around newborn stars are shaped by the strong winds from the brightest stars. The intense high-energy emission from these same stars creates the glowing ridges of gas in ionization fronts. These features are some of the highlights of this vibrant region where new stars and planets are born.

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President Trump's tariffs on steel imports will mean a cost increase that would be "more than half of what we make," the president and chief executive of a canning company says.

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OPPO F7 in Pakistan
OPPO F7 with AI Beauty 2.0 Technology is available across Pakistan in two storage options; 4GB/64GB for Rs. 39,899 and 6GB/128GB for Rs. 49,899.....

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Now, this is impressive. Maybe we can sleep our way to Mars . . .

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Jenna Dewan Made Her First Public Appearance Since Announcing Her Split from Channing Tatum https://trib.al/up1hiWV
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