Global OCR Software Market 2020 – 2026 Research Report Published by

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Nov 29, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) — has newly published research study entitled Global OCR Software Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 that incorporates the analysis of different factors that extends the market’s growth. The report assists with breaking down top makers, districts, and in like manner covers industry deals channel, wholesalers, vendors, research findings, and conclusion. The report discloses the shortest and durable growth projections of the global OCR Software market. The report provides the scope of different segments and applications that can potentially influence the market in the future. It constitutes trends, restraints, and drivers as well as key challenges that are required to market growth in the projection period from 2020 to 2026. In addition, the report drops light on different opportunities, growth prospects, major segmentation, and

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Best Office Chair Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals (2020): Ergonomic Computer Chair Sales Published by Retail Fuse

Black Friday La-Z-Boy & office chair deals are underway, browse all the best Black Friday & Cyber Monday swivel chair, leather chair & more discounts below

Here’s a list of the best office chair deals for Black Friday & Cyber Monday, together with deals on desk chairs, computer chairs, ergonomic chairs and more. View the best deals listed below.

Best Office Chair Deals:

  • Save up to 45% off on office chairs from La-Z-Boy, Ace Furniture, Scranton & Co, and more at Walmart – save on a wide range of high-quality ergonomic chairs made with mesh, leather, or fabric
  • Save up to 47% off on a wide range of office chairs at Amazon – check the latest deals on high-quality computer chairs, ergonomic chairs, desk chairs, swivel chairs, and leather chairs for your home office
  • Save up to 50% off on high-quality office chairs from Serta, La-Z-Boy, Boss, and more at
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Early Roomba s9 & s9+ Robot Vacuum Sales Published by Retail Egg

Comparison of the top early Roomba s9 deals for Black Friday, featuring sales on the Roomba s9 and s9+ robotic vacuums

Here’s a summary of the top early Roomba s9 deals for Black Friday 2020, including savings on iRobot Roomba s9 and s9+ robot vacuums. Links to the top deals are listed below.

Best Roomba s9 Deals:

  • Save up to $400 on a wide range of Roomba robot vacuum bundles & deals at Walmart – check deals available on the Roomba 980, 960, 690, Braava jet M6 and more new and refurbished models

  • Save up to $90 on iRobot Roomba robot vacuums at Amazon – check deals on the best-selling iRobot Roomba 960, s9, i7, i7+, 650 and e5 models

  • Save up to $100 on Roomba robot vacuums & robot mops at Target – save on iRobot smart cleaning products including the Roomba 675, e5, Braava Jet 230 robot mop

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46M records stolen from kids gaming service Animal Jam published on dark web

Some 46 million records stolen from children’s gaming service Animal Jam have found its way onto the dark web following a hack of the company in October.

Animal Jam is a popular online virtual world created by WildWorks Inc. with more than 130 million users catering to children between the ages of four and eight. The site has a zoo theme featuring mini-games, puzzles, adventures, parties and social interactions.

The hack and subsequent theft of data was confirmed on the Animal Jam site in a statement. WildWorks describes the theft as involving a database containing some Animal Jam user data on the server of a vendor the company uses for intra-company communication. The data stolen included usernames, email addresses, encrypted passwords and birth dates along with in some cases the names of parents and their billing address. No financial details were stolen.

Although the passwords were encrypted, they used only

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Alleged source code of penetration testing software Cobalt Strike published on GitHub

Source code allegedly belonging to commercial penetration testing software Cobalt Strike has been published on GitHub, potentially providing a new path for hackers to attack companies.

Penetration testing, usually abbreviated as pen testing, has legitimate uses as a security tool to test security but can also be used by bad actors to attack a company. Ethical pen testing involves simulated attacks on a computer system to evaluate the security of the given system. In the hands of hackers, the same pen testing software can be used to identify security issues that can be exploited.

Cobalt Strike, which pitches itself as a legitimate pen testing solution, has been controversial for years thanks to its use by hacking groups, though they had to pay $3,500 per year for a license to use the software or use a pirated copy. Malpedia has a page dedicated to Cobalt Strike, noting that it allows an

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