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postheadericon What Should You Be Using: 9mm or .357 Magnum?

This is my personal favorite of all of the great (or not-so-great) caliber debates: Which is better for self-defense: the 9mm or the .357 magnum?

Although I own other caliber firearms, these are by far my favorite two calibers to shoot, have around, and buy guns in.

The 9mm is a highly-adaptable round, with all sorts of custom ammo to get the job done. The .357 magnum is, well, legendary.

So what’ll it be? What’s better — the .357 magnum or the 9mm?

Once again, I’m going to refer us to the YouTuber/veteran/firearms expert Paul Harrell for his input.

His discussion on the topic is interesting, and although few of you are likely to change/make your mind in the little more than 15 minutes it’ll take to watch this video, I think you’ll find it highly informative!

Take a look:

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postheadericon Hackers can control damaged phones using replacement screens

Replacement screens for cracked smartphones bought from third party vendors could leave you vulnerable to hackers, a new study has revealed.

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postheadericon Sednit adds two zero-day exploits using ‘Trump’s attack on Syria’ as a decoy

Sednit is back – this time with two more zero-day exploits embedded in a phishing email titled Trump’s_Attack_on_Syria_English.docx.

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postheadericon Linux Shishiga malware using LUA scripts

The usage of the BitTorrent protocol and Lua modules separates Linux/Shishiga from other types of malware, according to analysis by ESET.

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postheadericon How to do an APK Analysis Using AppMon

There are a great many tools available to help quickly analyze the behavior of mobile malware samples. In the case of Android, one such app is AppMon.

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postheadericon TorrentLocker: Crypto-ransomware still active, using same tactics

ESET has carried out analysis of new samples of the crypto-ransomware family TorrentLocker, to compare the 2016 campaigns against its research in late 2014.

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postheadericon Using VPNs in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Now Illegal

Yet more dispiriting news for VPN users: the UAE is making VPN usage illegal with hefty fines. Find out your privacy and Internet freedom options.

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postheadericon Cybercriminals could access calls and texts using just your phone number

Your phone number holds the key that could give cybercriminals access to your location, phone calls and texts, according to a news report.

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postheadericon Using DroidJack to spy on an Android? Expect a visit from the police

Law enforcement agencies across Europe have searched homes this week, as part of an international crackdown against users of a notorious piece of Android malware known as DroidJack.

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postheadericon How to steal PGP encryption keys (using radio waves and pita bread)

An ingenious team of Israeli security researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered a way to steal secret encryption keys using a gadget so small it can be hidden inside some pita bread.

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