A tiny chip added to server circuit boards helped Chinese spies steal corporate data, Bloomberg says.
The data had been siphoned off via tiny chips inserted on server circuit boards made by a company called Super Micro Computer, reported the news agency.
The servers had been compromised during manufacturing and the chips activated once they were up and running, it said.
Apple, Amazon and Super Micro have rejected Bloomberg’s claims, calling them “untrue”
A Maine teacher and mom of two vanished from her home late Sunday or early Monday and her husband says he awoke to discover her gone and her phone, car and keys left behind at their home in a rural area of North Yarmouth, PEOPLE confirms.
Asked if authorities suspect foul play in the mysterious disappearance of 47-year-old Kristin Westra, an elementary teacher at Chebeague Island School, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Capt. Scott Stewart tells PEOPLE, “We’re not leaning in that direction. Usually we would have found her by now.”
It happened around 2:39 p.m. in the parking lot of the store located in Freedom Square Shopping Center in the Germantown section of the city.
“It was just gunshots and people were just running,” said Timina Hughes, who was home across the street when the shooting occurred. “I looked out the window because I’m up on the third floor and I see the young man across the street on the ground.”
Melodie Rybach, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Salt Lake City, said that William Clyde Allen III, of Logan, was taken into custody after federal prosecutors “authorized a probable-cause arrest in the ricin case.” She added that a criminal complaint would likely be filed in federal court Friday.
Pennsylvania State Police and other police agencies are working together, searching the area off of the Smithton Exit near Smithton Pike.
That’s where the short chase came to an end when the suspect crashed a blue car in the woods.
Sources told Channel 11 they are looking for James Hayes and Jillian Richter.
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Firefighters were called to Platinum Salon & Spa at 4 a.m. and found fire coming out of a side door. The blaze was under control within an hour, but the damage had already been done.
Trump was motived by his “animus against non-white, non-European aliens,” the judge wrote.
The decision, which ends the threat of deportation for hundreds of thousands of people living and working in the U.S., came after a class action lawsuit from recipients of Temporary Protected Status, or TPS. In the suit, the immigrants argued that the administration was motivated by racism when it decided to strip them of TPS protections.
The judge agreed. “President Trump harbors an animus against non-white, non-European aliens which influenced his … decision to end the TPS designation,” U.S. District Judge Edward Chen wrote in his decision.
WASHINGTON — The much-awaited FBI’s supplemental background investigation was delivered overnight to Capitol Hill and lawmakers will start reading it on Thursday morning.
It consists of the “302” forms of the FBI interviews, which summarize the contents of the interviews, according to aides and senators. The FBI, which has spent only a few days on the investigation, did not submit a conclusion as to who’s telling the truth in the case.