death of six children after infections with streptococci A

death of six children after infections with streptococci A

Six children have died in the United Kingdom after invasive infections with streptococcus A, bacteria in particular caused by scarlet fever, a benign disease whose cases are on the rise in that country, health officials announced Friday. The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) has urged parents to be vigilant after five deaths were recorded in … Read more

Starlink: SpaceX sees its plans hampered for its 2nd generation satellites

Starlink: SpaceX sees its plans hampered for its 2nd generation satellites

The FCC has imposed a limit on the number of second-generation satellites of Starlink, SpaceX’s constellation. This is probably not the result that SpaceX was hoping for when reading the conclusions of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the telecommunications regulator in the United States. The occurrence did not fully meet the expectations of the company … Read more

Acquisition of 35 F-35A fighter-bombers could cost Germany 10 billion euros

Acquisition of 35 F-35A fighter-bombers could cost Germany 10 billion euros

During a conference on security organized in Berlin on November 30, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that he was determined to quickly complete the acquisition of 35 F-35A fighter-bombers from the American manufacturer Lockheed-Martin. If possible before the end of this year…because in the light of the current context, characterized by the war in Ukraine, … Read more

Mozilla and Microsoft are wary of TrustCor certificates due to suspected covert spyware operations

Mozilla et Microsoft se mefient des certificats TrustCor en raison

Why it matters: The chain of trust provided by Certificate Authorities (CAs) keeps the Internet safe and Internet businesses happy. But when the chain breaks, a CA can suddenly become an unwanted guest in most popular web browsers. Mozilla, Microsoft, and likely other browser makers have begun cracking down on TrustCor, a Certificate Authority (CA) … Read more