American soldier asks male refugees why they won’t help him fight for freedom

Maybe Sweden should consider adding testosterone welfare supplements for these male refugees.

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Speaking with an American soldier, Syrian refugee states nuclear weapons is the only solution to kill ISIS.

The soldier was in Denmark asking refugees questions on why they won’t fight for their own freedoms. “I’m no need go — go to the war,” one Denmark welfare recipient stated. One of the refugees admitted that he abandoned his wife and children, leaving them back in his homeland. One said it was a “delusion” for people to expect him to fight for his country. “There’s too much problem,” he said, and that is why he went to Denmark…. or was it the FREE welfare.

Cyber Security Analysts warn Hackers are hiding computer viruses in movie subtitles

North Korea hackers need to help feed their population somehow.

Cyber security analysts warn hackers can hide computer viruses inside online video subtitles and use malicious software code taking control of computers.

The cyber security group Check Point discovered the flaw and states millions of people who use video software to stream films and TV shows on computers could be at risk. The attack lets hackers take “complete control” over any type of device using the malicious software which includes smart TVs. Four programs are identified to be vulnerable – VLC, Kodi, Popcorn Time and Stremio.

“We estimate there are approximately 200 million video players and streamers that currently run the vulnerable software, making this one of the most widespread, easily accessed and zero-resistance vulnerabilities reported in recent years,” Check Point said.

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