Rudiger says ‘racists won’ as he’s booed by Spurs fans after failed abuse probe

first_imgMost read in football THROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsThe defender added: “If it happens at football it is also happening outside — and outside my son is going to be growing up.”Meanwhile, Hakim Ziyech has agreed ­personal terms on a five-year contract ahead of his £36.7million summer move to Chelsea.The Moroccan attacker said: “I hope we can achieve great things.”Frank Lampard says he was ‘just waiting for the red card’ after late Lo Celso tackle on César Azpilicueta which VAR deemed ‘no serious foul play’ ANTONIO RUDIGER claims the “racists won” after the failed probe at Spurs.The Chelsea defender insisted he was subjected to abuse during his team’s 2-0 win at ­Tottenham in December.3 Rudiger was booed by Tottenham fans during Saturday’s return between the two clubs at Stamford BridgeCredit: Getty Images – GettyBut the German admits he was not ­surprised when an investigation found no evidence or culprits.Rudiger was booed by Tottenham fans during Saturday’s return between the two clubs at Stamford Bridge.He said: “Yes, I heard it. It’s sad. I don’t know why they would. Maybe it’s because I voiced about the racism. If you boo me because of that, then you are poor people.“This is a sign that we have a very big problem.“At the end of the day I am alone in this case because I am the one who has to swallow this.“With the win against Spurs it makes me feel a bit like, yes, OK. But it makes me feel like it will always be like this. It shows that these people won because they can go back to the stadium.“They won’t be punished and at the end of the day I’m the bogeyman. For me, in this case, racism won.”3 Rudiger insisted he was subjected to abuse during his team’s 2-0 win at ­Tottenham in DecemberCredit: Sky Sports3 Rudiger and Chelsea team-mates were also targeted with objects thrown from the crowdCredit: AFP or licensorsRudiger alleged Tottenham fans aimed monkey noises at him in December.It resulted in the game being halted and warnings made over the stadium PA for the first time at a Premier League fixture.Spurs and the Met Police launched an immediate investigation — but two weeks later the club announced that neither they nor the cops had found any evidence to support Rudiger’s claims.The Berlin-born star added: “For me, it was not a surprise, because sometimes they get ­punished — but mostly they get away with it.“I’m not trying to offend anyone but you will never understand what goes through my mind at this moment. Or other black players’ minds.These people need to be punished. They need educating. That’s why I say that if we don’t stand up, racism wins.Antonio Rudiger“I am alone. I am totally alone. Authority-wise, I’m alone. People are investigating but I don’t want to say they did their job wrong. I hope they tried everything.”While Spurs never discovered who allegedly dished out abuse to Rudiger, they did identify a Chelsea fan who racially abused their Korean striker Son Heung-min.Rudiger, signed from Roma for £29million in 2017, told reporters: “The support from my club was there. Also players and everything. For me, this was not enough. These people need to be punished. They need educating.“That’s why I say that if we don’t stand up, racism wins.”Stars around the globe have threatened to walk off the pitch if they are subjected to racist abuse.But Rudiger said: “Walking off the pitch doesn’t make sense if they still don’t get punished.”Rudiger insists he is also standing up for his new-born son Djamal and future generations.last_img read more

Diablo III offline play crack released in beta form

first_imgBlizzard decided the best way to protect Diablo III from piracy was to implement always-connected DRM through Battle.net. It has led to more than a few problems, thousands of angry gamers, and the threat of a few lawsuits.While all that has been playing out over the past few weeks, renowned Chinese hacking group Skidrow has been working away on a crack. The online DRM Diablo III uses, works by constantly checking to see if a user is connected while running the game. So Skidrow has developed a server emulator that makes the game think it is connected to Battle.net when in fact the gamer is playing offline.The crack is still a work in progress, but it does work in so far as allowing the game to load and run, and a beta version has been released as a torrent. It also looks like it includes a LAN play option suggesting you can still play with friends. However, because the game effectively runs online it is apparently devoid of much content at the moment. And in order for that content to be added, Skidrow would have to steal it from Blizzard’s servers and add it to their emulated server.As Diablo III isn’t available in China yet, you can imagine how popular the crack is going to be even if it doesn’t do that much yet. With the issues gamers have been having around the world, it’s likely to spread very quickly.So popular are Blizzard games in China, legitimate news website in the region are reporting the crack as a positive development. These include Tencent and the People’s Daily, who even ask users to be patient with the bugs they find in the crack.For Blizzard, it will mean alarm bells ringing. Not having the game available to buy in China means thousands of gamers will revert to attempting to crack it. Even if it leads to nothing, it opens the way for viruses to start spreading as part of torrents claiming to be the offline crack, and it will confuse more than a few gamers eager to play the game at any cost.All Blizzard can do is try and figure out how to stop the server emulation from working and updating clients with a patch. Other than that it should make sure it has bullet proof security protecting the Battle.net servers in case someone does try to steal the Diablo III gameplay content.More at Kotakulast_img read more

American Dental Association mailed malwareinfected USB drives to thousa

first_imgYour dentist’s office might be going through its mail a little more carefully in the coming days after several thousand offices were mailed malware-infected USB drives. This wasn’t just some random mailing, though. The infected drives come straight from the American Dental Association (ADA). Oops.The issue was first reported by a user on the DSL Reports Security Forum who received the USB drive at the office where he works. The drive is built into a credit card-shaped form and is supposed to contain a digital version of updated dental procedure codes that dental offices use for billing and insurance. However, some of the drives contained a little something extra.One of the files on the flash drive tries to open a web page that is known for distributing malware. The site attempts to inject Windows machines allowing the distributors to gain full remote control of the system. A computer with medical records would really be the holy grail, too. Not only are there billing details and social security numbers, there’s a ton of personal information that could be used for phishing attacks.The ADA has confirmed that it did send the USB drives. However, they were manufactured in a Chinese facility. An investigation is underway, but the current working theory is that one of the machines that loads files on to the drives was infected with malware, which then copied itself to all the USB drives it produced.A notice has been sent out by the ADA informing dentists of the incident, but it’s not a very prudent one. It says antivirus software should protect systems, but not all of them even recognize the domain as malicious. The notice also says drives that have already been used successfully should be considered safe. That’s probably not a good idea. Frankly, encouraging offices with HIPPA-protected data to plug in random USB drives was probably not the best idea in the first place.last_img read more