CertiK is Awarded $500K Bounty for Discovery of Major Security Threat on Sui Blockchain

New York, June 19, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CertiK, a global pioneer in blockchain security, was awarded a $500K bounty by Sui for the discovery of a new type of security threat. The threat, codenamed “HamsterWheel”, had the potential to disrupt the entire Sui Layer one chain.

Differing from traditional attacks that shut down chains by crashing nodes, the HamsterWheel attack traps all nodes in a state of ceaseless operation without processing new transactions, as if they were running on a hamster wheel. This strategy can cripple entire networks, effectively rendering them inoperable.

CertiK reported this critical vulnerability to Sui ahead of their mainnet launch and received confirmation from Sui about the potential damages the HamsterWheel attack could inflict on the network. Recognizing the gravity of the situation, Sui swiftly implemented solutions to mitigate the potential harm of such attacks. Fixes have already been rolled out to ensure the security of the SUI network.

In appreciation of CertiK’s pivotal discovery, Sui has paid out a $500,000 reward for this critical finding. This gesture underscores the value of proactive cybersecurity efforts, bug bounty programs, and the importance of fostering a secure and resilient blockchain ecosystem.

“The discovery of the HamsterWheel attack demonstrates the evolving sophistication of threats to blockchain networks. At CertiK, we are dedicated to staying at the forefront of security developments to ensure the safety and reliability of the Web3 world,” said Kang Li, Chief Security Officer at CertiK.

This incident highlights the necessity of robust security measures and preemptive threat identification in the rapidly developing blockchain space. It reiterates CertiK’s commitment to securing the web3 world through cutting-edge technologies and best-in-class security services.

About CertiK

CertiK is a pioneer in blockchain security, leveraging best-in-class AI technology to protect and monitor blockchain protocols and smart contracts. Founded in 2018 by professors from Yale University and Columbia University, CertiK’s mission is to secure the web3 world. CertiK applies cutting-edge innovations from academia to enterprise, enabling mission-critical applications to scale with safety and correctness.

One of the fastest-growing and most trusted companies in blockchain security, CertiK is a true market leader. To date, CertiK has worked with nearly 4,000 enterprise clients, secured over $360 billion worth of digital assets, and has detected nearly 70,000 vulnerabilities in blockchain code. Our clients include leading projects such as Aave, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, Yearn Finance, and Chiliz.

​CertiK is backed by Insight, Partners, Sequoia, Tiger Global, Coatue Management, Lightspeed, Advent International, SoftBank, Hillhouse Capital, Goldman Sachs, Coinbase Ventures, Binance, Shunwei Capital, IDG Capital, Wing, Legend Star, Danhua Capital and other investors.

About Sui

Sui is the first Layer 1 blockchain designed from the ground up to enable creators and developers to build experiences that cater for the next billion users. Sui is horizontally scalable to support a wide range of dApp development with unrivaled speed at low cost. The first-of-its-kind platform brings users a general-purpose blockchain with high throughput, instant settlement speeds, rich on-chain assets, and user-friendly web3 experiences. Learn more: https://sui.io

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New solutions urgently needed to tackle smoking worldwide: experts to convene in Poland at the Global Forum on Nicotine


Tobacco harm reduction can hasten an end to smoking-related death and disease. Copyright-free photo by Mathew MacQuarrie on Unsplash.

WARSAW, Poland, June 19, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — International public health specialists, scientists, doctors, regulators, consumers and manufacturers are convening this week in the Polish capital to discuss new ways of tackling global smoking-related death and disease. Over four days, 70 speakers and hundreds of delegates at the tenth annual Global Forum on Nicotine (21 – 24 June) will focus on tobacco harm reduction, which encourages adults who cannot quit smoking to switch to safer nicotine products.

Despite decades of tobacco control efforts, a billion people still smoke worldwide, with eight million smoking-related deaths each year. Four in five smokers live in low- and middle-income countries, least able to cope with the resulting burden of disease, and smoking is a major cause of health inequalities in higher income countries. The thousands of toxins released when tobacco burns cause smoking-related diseases, not nicotine, which is a comparatively low-risk substance.

Vapes (e-cigarettes), pasteurised snus, nicotine pouches and heated tobacco products enable people to use nicotine without burning tobacco, significantly reducing health risks compared to continued smoking. Global estimates suggest 112 million people use these products, despite inconsistent regulation and outright prohibition in some countries. Smoking prevalence is falling faster where these products are available and appropriately regulated, such as in the UK, Sweden, Japan and New Zealand.

GFN23 will tackle the opportunities and challenges of tobacco harm reduction, including the development of regulatory systems that enable adult smokers to access safer products, while reducing youth uptake. Open to all, free live-streamed sessions from the event, translated from English to Spanish and Russian, will cover the last decade of science around safer nicotine products and their efficacy in smoking cessation, the environmental impact of safer products in comparison to combustible cigarettes and the detrimental impact of moral stances and ideology on science and regulation.

While it supports harm reduction for HIV/AIDS prevention and substance use, the World Health Organization opposes harm reduction for tobacco. Ibero-American experts at GFN23 will discuss the upcoming WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control COP10 in Panama this November, where decisions on the future of safer nicotine products may have grave implications for global public health.

Ahead of GFN23, Gerry Stimson, Emeritus Professor at Imperial College London and the event’s co-founder, called for international tobacco control leaders to adopt rational and pragmatic approaches that prioritise saving lives: “Ideology must be set aside and people must be supported to quit by all available means.”

The Global Forum on Nicotine (GFN) is the only international conference to focus on the role of safer nicotine products that help people switch from smoking, in an approach called tobacco harm reduction. Find out more and register to watch online sessions free at https://gfn.events/

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Automotive: Polytechnic University of Milan to test self-driving Maserati on 1000 Miglia 2023 track

Automotive: Polytechnic University of Milan to test self-driving Maserati on 1000 Miglia 2023 track

The Politecnico di Milano, i.e. the Polytechnic University of Milan, is ready for an important step in the field of research and testing of autonomous cars on public roads.

MILAN, Italy, June 19, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Politecnico di Milano, i.e. the Polytechnic University of Milan, is ready for an important step in the field of research and testing of autonomous cars on public roads. As part of the ‘1000 Miglia Autonomous Drive’ (1000-MAD) project – whose protagonist is the self-driving car set up by the Milan university and presented on June 11 at the 1000 Miglia Village in Brescia – the brand-new Maserati MC20 Cielo, equipped by the university’s research team with all the technological components required to make it autonomous, will take on the complete route of the 1000 Miglia 2023, driving some stretches in self-driving mode, while respecting traffic and road safety rules.

This test will allow the development of autonomous driving technology. “That is, all the automation and artificial intelligence algorithms capable of replacing the human driver, on a vast number of real-life situations and types of roads, encompassed by the traditional 1000 Miglia route,” commented project leader Sergio Savaresi, Professor of Automation at the Politecnico di Milano. Savaresi expressed his satisfaction at having obtained authorisation for the test, which represents “a very important milestone for the project after almost a year of work.”

This is only the initial phase of the project, a phase that will be followed by a year of intense experimentation and refinement of the technology, with the aim of achieving – by the time of the 1000 Miglia 2024 – the ability to cover the entire 1,500-plus kilometre route in full self-driving mode. The role of ‘supervisor’ on board the car (a prerequisite for carrying out the experimentation) will be entrusted to Matteo Marzotto, grandson of Giannino Marzotto, who won the 1953 edition of the 1000 Miglia 70 years ago.

“With this project, the Politecnico di Milano positions itself as a pioneer in the field of self-driving car technology, for the benefit of the entire national and international scientific and industrial community, with the ultimate aim of making an important contribution towards new models of sustainable mobility,” commented Donatella Sciuto, Rector of the Politecnico.

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Kiplin Metals Comments on Uranium Spot Price Trends

Map of Kiplin and F3 Uranium Property Boundary

The CLR Project is 5 km east of the Cluff Lake Road (Hwy 955), which leads to the historic Cluff Lake Mine, which historically produced approximately 62,000,000 lbs of yellowcake uranium.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 19, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kiplin Metals Inc. (TSX-V: KIP) (the “Company” or “Kiplin”) would like to provide its outlook on the significant price increase observed in the uranium market. The spot price of U3O8 uranium has surged more than 120% since the beginning of 2020.

The Company acknowledges the positive impact of this price upturn, which reflects the growing global demand for clean and sustainable energy sources. As the international community focuses on transitioning towards a low-carbon future, nuclear energy remains pivotal in meeting the world’s increasing energy needs while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This renewed interest in nuclear power has spurred a strong demand for uranium.

Kiplin believes that the recent surge in uranium prices indicates favourable market conditions and affirms the potential and importance of the uranium sector. As a company specializing in uranium exploration, this trend bolsters our confidence and highlights the attractiveness of our Cluff Lake Road (CLR) uranium project in Saskatchewan.

The Company’s exploration efforts in the Athabasca Basin have been guided by the understanding that uranium is vital to the world’s clean energy future. The recent price surge reinforces our conviction in the long-term prospects of the uranium market and strengthens our commitment to advancing our Cluff Lake Road and delivering value to our shareholders.

Dr. Peter Born, Director of Kiplin, commented, “The substantial increase in the price of uranium demonstrates the growing recognition of nuclear power as a key solution for achieving sustainable energy goals. At Kiplin, we are well-positioned to capitalize on this positive market sentiment. We will continue our diligent exploration efforts, leveraging the rising uranium price to maximize the value of our assets and contribute to the global clean energy transition.”

Kiplin remains focused on advancing the Cluff Lake Road project and is committed to responsible exploration and development practices. The Company is committed to upholding the highest environmental and social standards as it contributes to the growth and sustainability of the uranium industry.

About Kiplin Metals Inc.
Kiplin Metals Inc. is a mineral exploration company. We create value for our shareholders by identifying and developing highly prospective mineral exploration opportunities. Our strategy is to advance our projects from discovery o production, allowing Kiplin to achieve exceptional shareholder value through the entire life-cycle of mining.

Map of Kiplin and F3 Uranium Property Boundary

Cluff Lake Road Uranium Project. Kiplin has the right to earn a one-hundred percent interest in the Cluff Lake Road Uranium Project (the “CLR Project”). The CLR Project covers ~531 ha in the southwestern Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan, where several new discoveries have been made, including the Arrow and Triple R Uranium deposits. The CLR Project is 5 km east of the Cluff Lake Road (Hwy 955), which leads to the historic Cluff Lake Mine, which historically produced approximately 62,000,000 lbs of yellowcake uranium.

For further information, contact the Company at info@kiplinmetals.com or 604-622-1199 or visit the Company’s website at www.kiplinmetals.com.

On behalf of the Board,

Kiplin Metals Inc.

“Peter Born”

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This news release may include forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties. All statements within, other than statements of historical fact, are to be considered forward looking. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. There can be no assurances that such statements will prove accurate and, therefore, readers are advised to rely on their own evaluation of such uncertainties. We do not assume any obligation to update any forward-looking statements except as required under the applicable laws.

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Hoiana Resort & Golf Wins Third Place in Integrated Resorts Category at T+L Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2023

Hoiana Resort & Golf

Hoiana Resort & Golf, situated along the 4km pristine coast in Central Vietnam, is the only integrated resort in Vietnam to win its third place in the T+L Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2023.

HOI AN, Vietnam, June 18, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hoiana Resort & Golf, Vietnam’s premier beachfront integrated resort, is thrilled to announce its remarkable achievement of securing the third place in the Integrated Resorts category at the esteemed T+L Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2023, presented by Travel + Leisure. This accolade recognizes Hoiana Resort & Golf as the premier integrated resort in Vietnam, delivering exceptional product offerings and services to the discerning luxury travelers.

As the sole integrated resort in Vietnam to be featured among the award recipients, Hoiana Resort & Golf shines as a pinnacle of luxury hospitality in the region, amid keen competition among integrated resorts in Macau, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Our expansive array of offerings encompasses four distinct hotel brands, over ten exceptional restaurants and bars, and the pride of hosting Vietnam’s number one golf course, acclaimed as one of the World’s Top 100 courses.

This prestigious recognition motivates us to elevate the guest experience to unprecedented heights. We remain dedicated to expanding our product offerings and curating world-class events to further enhance the satisfaction of our esteemed guests. Our commitment lies in surpassing every expectation and creating indelible memories for all who choose to embark on an extraordinary journey with us.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the voters and Travel + Leisure SEA for bestowing upon us this incredible honor. This achievement stands as a testament to the unwavering dedication and passion exhibited by our entire team. We are immensely proud and inspired to take our offerings to new horizons, exceeding the expectations of every cherished guest,” expressed Steve Wolstenholme, President & CEO of Hoiana Resort & Golf.

The Travel + Leisure Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2023 celebrates the epitome of hospitality across the region, recognizing outstanding destinations and experiences. Nominees were carefully selected by the T+L SEA team of editors and expert contributors, ensuring an impartial evaluation. Voting was open to individuals worldwide until April 30, 2023, without any influence from pay-to-play practices.

We cordially invite you to embark on a truly unforgettable holiday at Hoiana Resort & Golf. Discover more about our extraordinary offerings and plan your visit by visiting our website at www.hoiana.com.

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Hoiana Resort & Golf, situated along the 4km pristine coast in Central Vietnam, is the only integrated resort in Vietnam to win its third place in the T+L Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2023.

Hoiana Resort & Golf, situated along the 4km pristine coast in Central Vietnam, is the only integrated resort in Vietnam to win its third place in the T+L Luxury Awards Asia Pacific 2023.

About Hoiana Resort & Golf:
Hoiana Resort & Golf, Vietnam’s pre-eminent luxurious integrated resort, is located on the pristine coastline near the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Hoi An, Vietnam. The stunning 4-kilometer beachfront complex has four luxury hotels – the Hoiana Hotel & Suites with 141 beautifully appointed suites, New World Hoiana Hotel welcoming guests with 476 guestrooms, New World Hoiana Beach Resort boasting 330 elegantly and sustainably designed rooms and suites and Rosewood Hoi An (future opening). A home away from home, Hoiana Residences opened its 270 luxuriously and spaciously appointed apartments overlooking lush gardens or the East Sea.

The integrated resort is also home to more than 10 world-class restaurants serving over 12 types of cuisines, from authentic Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese, and international flavors. It also provides cutting-edge gaming entertainment with over 140 tables and 300 electronic games offering a variety of exhilarating gaming options.

The resort also boasts a magnificent 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Hoiana Shores Golf Club. The 71-par links course offers one of the most compelling golf experiences in South East Asia and challenges players with a rewarding game. The clubhouse, spanning over 6,000 sq.m., is set to be one of the largest clubhouses in Asia and hosts a comprehensive suite of facilities. The course was awarded “Best Golf Course in Vietnam 2022” and “Top 10 Best Golf Course in Vietnam 2022” by Vietnam Golf & Leisure Awards and recently placed 15th among the ‘Top 100 Golf Courses in Asia’ in an accolade jointly organized by Golf Travel Korea and Golf Travel China, recognizing excellent golf courses and promoting golf culture across the Asian continent. Highly regarded as the “Oscars” of the global golf club industry, the Asian Golf Awards honoured Hoiana Resort & Golf as the “Best Golf Resort in Asia Pacific” and awarded Hoiana Shores as the “Best Golf Course in Vietnam” in Nov 2022.

Hoiana has completed its first phase of an overall $4 billion development project, encompassing 1000-hectares of land just south of Hoi An, Quảng Nam. With an ambitious development plan in the pipeline, Hoiana will continue to set a new benchmark for luxurious tourism in Vietnam while balancing its cultural heritage, to bring economic prosperity and opportunity to the central province of Quang Nam.

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Is EU doing enough to back LGBTQ rights in Southeast Asia?

On June 4, the European Union’s delegation to Thailand attended the annual Bangkok Pride Parade in celebration of international Pride month, which lasts the whole of June.

Thailand is routinely ranked as one of the most LGBTQ-friendly countries in Southeast Asia. The Move Forward Party, which won last month’s general election, has said it will enact same-sex marriage legislation, the first in the region, if it is able to take office in August.

While the EU has been praised for its outreach on LGBTQ issues in the region, there is the perception that it is more vocal about LGBTQ rights in countries where such rights are more established. Yet it seems hesitant discussing LGBTQ issues in countries where those rights are more precarious.

“Diplomacy is practically about compromise. Unfortunately, to be able to keep healthy relations with other governments, one must set aside a controversial agenda,” said Joel Mark Baysa-Barredo, executive director at SHAPE SEA, a regional educational organization.

“I see this as a problem in the long run,” he told DW. By merely scratching the surface on critical issues, it has led to a culture of tokenism “which we normally see during Pride month,” Baysa-Barredo said, adding that this further harms vulnerable people whose needs are not adequately addressed.

EU opts for ‘consistent but persuasive approach’

EU delegations are apparently wary of offending national governments by discussing sensitive matters such as LGBTQ rights, especially as Brussels is negotiating new cooperation pacts and free trade deals with the likes of Malaysia and Indonesia.

Homosexual relations were de facto criminalized in Indonesia last December after a change to the criminal code. They have been illegal in Malaysia for decades and its current prime minister, Anwar Ibrahim, was twice jailed for sodomy after politically motivated campaigns against him.

In May 2022, the British ambassador to Indonesia, Owen Jenkins, was summoned by the country’s Foreign Affairs Ministry to express “its concern and disappointment” after Jenkins flew the rainbow LGBTQ flag at the British Embassy, according to a statement from the Indonesian government. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs regards this action as highly insensitive,” it said in the statement.

“There is a need to be mindful of the particular sensitivities of LGBTQ issues among interlocutors, on the one hand, and the specific vulnerabilities of LGBTQ persons, on the other,” Peter Stano, an EU spokesperson, told DW.

“We believe that a consistent but persuasive approach, rather than a public and conflictual approach, may be more likely to have a positive effect,” he added.

“This means that from a public diplomacy point of view, EU delegation engagement will be more visible where there are highly visible events in which EU Delegations take part, such as the Bangkok Pride [parade].”

Slow progress on LGBTQ rights

On May 16, International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, the Council of the EU issued a statement calling on “all 67 state jurisdictions worldwide that still criminalize homosexuality, 11 of which impose the death penalty for consensual same-sex relationships, to immediately end this discriminatory practice.”

Brunei is one of those 11 countries. Under its version of Sharia law, the “crime” of sex between men, as well as adultery, is punishable by stoning to death, although no executions have been carried out since 1957. The country’s sultan, Hassanal Bolkiah, in 2019 extended this moratorium amid a tightening of morality laws.

There has been a slow march of progressive legislation across Southeast Asia. Last August, the Vietnamese government declared that being gay, bisexual or transgender should no longer be considered an “illness,” and the Health Ministry instructed medical professionals not to discriminate against LGBTQ people.

Three months later, Singapore’s parliament decriminalized sex between men, a law that had dated back to before the city-state’s independence, although a constitutional amendment blocked full marriage equality.

On the other hand, the Indonesian parliament passed a new criminal code last December that makes sex outside of marriage illegal. As Human Rights Watch pointed out: “Same-sex couples cannot marry in Indonesia, so this clause also effectively renders all same-sex conduct illegal.”

Malaysia came in the bottom 20 in a list of countries assessed for LGBTQ openness in the latest Spartacus Gay Travel Index, a survey of global attitudes toward LGBTQ people. Thailand, the highest placed Southeast Asian country, was ranked in 51st place, on par with Italy. Vietnam came in 56th.

Former colonies of France, like Vietnam and Laos, have never criminalized homosexuality, although the tolerance levels in their societies vary.

The political power of the Catholic Church in the Philippines and of Islam in Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei is another factor that features in this debate. In May, a furor erupted in the Philippines after Catholic bishops pushed back against the Education Department setting a new school curriculum that includes discussions of the LGBTQ community.

EU needs to focus on long-term engagement: campaigners

Dede Oetomo, a campaigner and founder of the Gaya Nusantara Foundation, which advocates for LGBTQ rights in Indonesia, said the EU and European states have been supportive of LGBTQ issues in Southeast Asia.

“I hope assistance can also be directed towards organization away from the capitals,” said the campaigner, whose organization is headquartered in Indonesia’s second-most populous city, Surabaya.

“When leaders visit, they should, diplomatically and in a friendly way, remind Southeast Asian governments of the importance of being inclusive of people of all diversities,” Oetomo said, adding that long-term engagement needs to be attempted, especially around “progressive, humanist interpretations of faith.”

Stano, the EU spokesperson, pushed back on the claim that the EU has been quieter in some countries. He noted that the EU has publicly and diplomatically raised concerns about the implications of Indonesia’s new criminal code for the LGBTQ community while also supporting local human rights groups in the country.

In Malaysia, the EU has organized a dialogue session with local human rights defenders during Pride month and is planning several LGBTQ-related activities for later this year.

In 2019, it supported the popular documentary “Lotus Sports Club,” a coming-of-age story of LGBTQ girls in rural Cambodia.

“Where similar events do not exist, or LGBTQ civil society itself adopts a lower profile, we nevertheless engage,” Stano said, adding that “tailor-made approaches […] are an important tool to identify the best way forward in different contexts.”

Source: Deutsche Welle

RoK President to pay state visit to Vietnam

President of the Republic of Korea Yoon Suk-yeol and his wife will pay a state visit to Vietnam from June 22-24.

The visit will be made at the invitation of President Vo Van Thuong, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in its communiqué issued on June 19./.

Source: Vietnam News Agency

horse power rider A new dimension of parcel delivery, recipients like it

Chachoengsao, June 19 – hilarity, horse power rider galloping a white horse was liked by the recipient social media praise It’s a new dimension of parcel delivery.

social media sharing Appreciate good ideas to save fuel. A young rider on a horse delivers parcels. “Expensive oil is not a problem, JT delivers parcels with 1 horsepower, no CO2 released into the atmosphere.” A new dimension of parcel delivery. that is more economical than electric trains Fast delivery with horse power, Klong Chao line, Klong Luang Phaeng sub-district Mueang Chachoengsao District

This parcel delivery rider, Mr. Surachai Puangsaiyud, manager of J&T Express Bang Nam Priao 007 branch, revealed that he has been fond of horses since he was a child. But didn’t get a chance to ride. Because in the past, looking for a horse to ride was quite difficult. Tuition is expensive And recently, there is a cowboy market @ Klong Chao. to open in the village community and a riding school opened, so I went to learn it. Borrowed a horse to deliver parcels to customers in nearby areas. Customers see it and like it.

Mr. Surachai said that bringing horses out to ride on the road It’s not animal torture. because horses are not like people Horses need to walk and run to stimulate their muscles every day. Therefore, it is normal for horses to come out and run. As for horses walking on the road, their feet may be hot because of the concrete. In this regard, the horse’s paw is hard bone. not like human feet Therefore does not perceive heat in any way. – Thai News Agency

Source: Thai News Agency