Day: June 8, 2019

Salesforce just got a serious upgrade — learn how to get certified in its new version

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TL;DR: This comprehensive e-learning Salesforce bundle will help you develop a more cohesive, productive work ethic, and you can gain access for just $29. 


The Salesforce Classic you know and love isn’t going anywhere just yet, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared to hop aboard the Lightning train. Salesforce’s latest update isn’t just a few bug fixes and a more modern skin. It’s an entirely new experience that helps individual sales and service teams work more naturally and productively.

If you hate change and haven’t made the move to Lightning yet, don’t fret. This Complete Salesforce Lightning Certification Training Bundle will hopefully make the transition smooth and painless. Read more…

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Get a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership for just £29.99 in the Days of Play Sale

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TL:DR: You can get a 12-month Playstation Plus membership for just £29.99 in the Days of Play Sale, saving you £20.


This is a public service annoncement to all PS4 fans. You can pick up some great games and a lot more at low prices thanks to the Days of Play Sale, which has now launched on the PlayStation Store.

The Days of Play Sale runs until June 17, and offers fantastic discounts on consoles, games, accessories, and more. It’s not easy to pick a standout deal, because they are all so good, but the 12-month PlayStation Plus membership offer is pretty special. 

A 12-month membership is available for £34.99 from the PS Store, but you can get £35 of PlayStation credit from CDKeys for just £29.99. That means you can get PlayStation Plus membership for the small sum of £29.99. This really is a great deal, especially when you consider that this subscription is usually priced at £49.99. Read more…

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Get a 12-month PlayStation Plus membership for just £29.99 in the Days of Play Sale

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TL:DR: You can get a 12-month Playstation Plus membership for just £29.99 in the Days of Play Sale, saving you £20.


This is a public service annoncement to all PS4 fans. You can pick up some great games and a lot more at low prices thanks to the Days of Play Sale, which has now launched on the PlayStation Store.

The Days of Play Sale runs until June 17, and offers fantastic discounts on consoles, games, accessories, and more. It’s not easy to pick a standout deal, because they are all so good, but the 12-month PlayStation Plus membership offer is pretty special. 

A 12-month membership is available for £34.99 from the PS Store, but you can get £35 of PlayStation credit from CDKeys for just £29.99. That means you can get PlayStation Plus membership for the small sum of £29.99. This really is a great deal, especially when you consider that this subscription is usually priced at £49.99. Read more…

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India’s largest video streaming service, owned by Disney, breaks Safari compatibility to fix security flaw

Hotstar, India’s largest video streaming service with more than 300 million users, disabled support for Apple’s Safari web browser on Friday to mitigate a security flaw that allowed unauthorized usage of its platform, two sources familiar with the matter told TechCrunch.

The incident comes at a time when the streaming service — operated by Star India, part of 20th Century Fox that Disney acquired — enjoys peak attention as millions of people watch the ongoing ICC World Cup cricket tournament on its platform.

As users began to complain about not being able to use Hotstar on Safari, the company’s official support account asserted that “technical limitations” on Apple’s part were the bottleneck. “These limitations have been from Safari; there is very little we can do on this,” the account tweeted Friday evening.

Sources at Hotstar told TechCrunch that this was not an accurate description of the event. Instead, company’s engineers had identified a security hole that was being exploited by unauthorized users to access Hotstar’s content, they said.

Hotstar intends to work on patching the flaw soon and then reinstate support for Safari, the sources said.

The security flaw can only be exploited through Safari’s desktop and mobile browsers. On its website, the company recommends users to try Chrome and Firefox, or its mobile apps, to access the service. Hotstar did not respond to requests for comment.

Hotstar, which rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in India, maintains a strong lead in the local video streaming market (based on number of users and engagement). Last month, it claimed to set a new global record by drawing more than 18 million viewers to a live cricket match.

India’s largest video streaming service, owned by Disney, breaks Safari compatibility to fix security flaw

Hotstar, India’s largest video streaming service with more than 300 million users, disabled support for Apple’s Safari web browser on Friday to mitigate a security flaw that allowed unauthorized usage of its platform, two sources familiar with the matter told TechCrunch.

The incident comes at a time when the streaming service — operated by Star India, part of 20th Century Fox that Disney acquired — enjoys peak attention as millions of people watch the ongoing ICC World Cup cricket tournament on its platform.

As users began to complain about not being able to use Hotstar on Safari, the company’s official support account asserted that “technical limitations” on Apple’s part were the bottleneck. “These limitations have been from Safari; there is very little we can do on this,” the account tweeted Friday evening.

Sources at Hotstar told TechCrunch that this was not an accurate description of the event. Instead, company’s engineers had identified a security hole that was being exploited by unauthorized users to access Hotstar’s content, they said.

Hotstar intends to work on patching the flaw soon and then reinstate support for Safari, the sources said.

The security flaw can only be exploited through Safari’s desktop and mobile browsers. On its website, the company recommends users to try Chrome and Firefox, or its mobile apps, to access the service. Hotstar did not respond to requests for comment.

Hotstar, which rivals Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in India, maintains a strong lead in the local video streaming market (based on number of users and engagement). Last month, it claimed to set a new global record by drawing more than 18 million viewers to a live cricket match.