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British man who knocked Liberia offline with cyber attack jailed

A British cyber criminal responsible for the attack so powerful that it knocked Liberia offline has been jailed. Daniel Kaye has admitted his guilt in the attacking an African phone company which caused the crash Liberia’s internet – in 2016. He is at the centre of a large number of international investigation into hundreds of acts of cyber sabotage around the world. He has received a sentence for 32 months at the courts in London.

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Microsoft pull EOH partnership

Microsoft has ended two partnership agreement with EOH, however the reasons for the end of the partnership has not been provided yet. The company dropped by about 33.3% on Tuesday 12/02/2019. Microsoft served the notice on the company on Friday that it aimed to terminate the company’s Licensing Solution Provider agreement and its Microsoft Partner Network agreement. Shareholders have been updated on the development.

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‘Lost city’ found using laser technology

The stone settlement of known as Kweneng used to be on the outskirts of Johannesburg. Technology now facilitates archaeologists ability to reconstruct the lost city. This city is said to have existed about 200 years. Using billions of laser lights, researchers from the University of Witwatersrand confirmed that they’ve been able to recreate digital images of the past. This place was Tswana-speaking it is estimated to have had about 10,000 inhabitants.

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MultiChoice to debut on JSE next month

Multichoice Africa Group, the South African pay-TV operator has issued a statement at the end of business on Monday saying that it will list in the “broadcasting and entertainment” sector on the main board of the JSE on 27 February 2019. This listing has happened after its parent Naspers announced last year that it will unbundle MultiChoice to shareholders, fully divesting itself of its investment in the process.

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