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GOT is the most used series to spread malware

Kaspersky, a company known for its antivirus and its work on cybersecurity, recently carried out a study entitled "How cybercriminals use popular TV shows to spread malware", or "How cyber criminals use ...
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Trump worse than King Joffrey ... George RR Martin's Word!

Yesterday's Esquire magazine interviewed Kit Harington (the actor who plays Jon Snow, for instance) concerning various aspects of his life, private and not: in particular, one of the key questions of the interview was: " For...
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Game of Thrones: fanmade trailer of the 1 ^ Season recreated on Skyrim

As we usually do, this time too we want to promote the work of a passionate gamer of both Skyrim and the famous TV series Game of Thrones. Fanmade is a precious part for ...

AMC's “The Walking Dead” Invades Magic: The Gathering on October 4th

Limited-Edition Secret Lair Collaboration with AMC Coincides with The Walking Dead Special Event and World Beyond Series Premiere Sun., Oct. 4th at 9 / 8c.RENTON, Wash .-- (BUSINESS ...

EA Sports FIFA 21 Soundtrack Inspired by Its Fans From Around ...

FIFA 21 and VOLTA FOOTBALL Soundtracks Feature over 100 Emerging and Renowned Artists including Dua Lipa; Listen Now on Spotify, Apple and Deezer Celebrate ...

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