A reader nicknamed Ly Thong commented: "The price is same but the quality gap is too big. You don’t need to be a genius to know what movie ticket you should buy." … [Read more...] about Should Vietnam’s film industry be protected?
The cybersecurity and high-tech crimes prevention unit under the Vietnamese Ministry of Public Security on Saturday said that it had worked in coordination with police officers in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong to bust the crime ring, having operated in Ho Chi Minh City, Lam Dong, and the northern province of Son La. … [Read more...] about Vietnam police bust criminal ring selling smartphone spyware
Land is an invaluable but limited resource and at the same time, a production material that can generate huge benefits. Therefore, the presence of "interest groups" in land management and use is easily seen. It is widespread. Without timely measures to redeem this situation, it will have very negative impacts on the nation’s socio-economic development. … [Read more...] about On fertile agricultural land, Vietnam’s shooting itself in the foot
Bkav experts said there was a large-scale campaign of foreign hackers attacking server computers with weak passwords in Vietnam. Hackers focused on detecting servers with weak passwords, thereby getting remote access to manually install data encryption malware. This type of attack disabled the anti-virus software because hackers gained full control of the server computers. Bkav recommended users, especially administrators, to review and set strong passwords for server computers. Strong passwords must be nine or more characters long, containing both uppercase and lowercase letters, with numbers and special characters. The Department of Cybersecurity and High-technology Crime Prevention under the Ministry of Public Security had a working session with head of the Economic Commission of the Party Central Committee Nguyen Van Binh on January 16. The department reported that it had coordinated and transferred to investigation agencies at all levels 15 criminal cases … [Read more...] about Computer viruses cause 902 million USD in damage to Vietnamese users
The Grand Manhattan - a new landmark of the heart of District 1 The site of The Grand Manhattan is considered one of the rare “diamond” locations left in the heart of District 1. It is very close to Nguyen Hue Walking Street, Bui Vien Walking Street, Ben Thanh Market, the future Ben Thanh metro station, September 23 Park and many large malls and schools. … [Read more...] about Lotte E&C appointed as the main contractor for The Grand Manhattan