If you or your ISP are running BIG-IP devices, they are almost certainly under active attack right now. On Wednesday, F5 Networks issued patches for a remote code execution vulnerability in BIG-IP devices. Within hours, security researchers reported targeted attacks against BIG-IP devices.
Fox News demonstrates a unique propensity for creating "fake news". We're not talking bias here, but rather a clear ethical violation in their portrayals of the recent protests against police brutality and racism. This week they went all-in with at least three instances of digitally altered or misleading photos.
It's so stupidly simple, you gotta wonder how we missed this all these years. Adding a dot to the end of a domain name throws off the browser's cookie handling (breaks CORS too). This hack works on YouTube (for now, anyway) and many other websites that operate behind paywalls (e.g. New York Times).
The United States typically fell within the top 10, albeit not the top position as you'd expect from the country that invented the damn thing. But that changed with the latest analysis. The US now sits in the 11th position with 25% of US households having access to speeds of up to 25 Mbps or less.