|Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Sep 30 6:35 AM
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|Humidity: || 96%|
|Dewpoint: || 52° F (11° C)|
Mostly Sunny. Areas Of Fog In The Morning. Highs In The Mid 80s. Calm Winds.
Clear. Lows In The Mid 50s. Calm Winds.
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Over the weekend, the world wide web became a lot more secure. That’s because a San Francisco started called CloudFlare turned on a free service that will let its 2 million customers add SSL encryption to their websites. SSL—short for “secure sockets layer”—makes it harder for criminals to spoof sites, and it encodes site traffic […] The post The Weird Way the Heartbleed Bug Made the Web More Secure appeared first on WIRED.
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Tokyo often appears in photographs as a metropolis awash in light and color. Usually it’s neon signs or bright streetlights, but sometimes its something unusual, like the green flash of a flock of parakeets. Photographer Yoshinori Mizutani captures all of these things as he wanders the city seeking inspiration in things he might not understand—like, […] The post Brilliant Photos Capture Tokyo’s Electric Colors in Unexpected Places appeared first on WIRED.