SQL SERVER - Find Most Expensive Queries Using DMV

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-22

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EA Sports FIFA 18 reveals

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

Today Electronic Arts (EA) announced that the Cristiano Ronaldo is the global cover player for FIFA 18. EA has also announced that this version of the game is really a different product from what Soccer fans expect.

You will see the first trailer below which proves the fact.

Android Malware Judy

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

Android malware 'Judy' may have infected 36 millions android users already. Security researchers found that the malware Judy was found on over 40 apps. These apps were highly rated in Google Play store. These apps were there in Google Play store for several years.

Towel Day

Submitted by Mousumi Sepai, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

25th May is celebrated as Towel day every year as tribute to an English Author Douglas Noel Adams (11 March 1952 – 11 May 2001). This commemoration started two weeks after his death, on 25th May 2001.

In this day, fans of Douglas Adams carry a towel publicly with them. This is in remembrance of the author and his famous book The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, also known as H2G2. In this book, author demonstrated the importance and usefulness of a towel with world famous phrases and caption.

Ransomware #WannaCry

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

Ransomware #WannaCry

Ransomware is a computer malware that has spread across 150 countries and affected 300K computers. Recently, it is successfully infected major institution like NHS system in England and Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica.

The ransomware encrypts users' files and demands $300 (£230) to restore them.

Only about $50,000 (£39,000) has been paid so far, it is paid as internet currency Bitcoin.

It threatens to delete files within seven days if no payment is made.


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