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The New Legends Of Monkey Season 2 Coming On Netflix’s Check Reviews And Star Cast

The New Legends Of Monkey Season 2 how to clot over the hearts of the people living throughout the world, moreover the series is going to bring forward the same faces who have been brought forward in the last season 1. Fans and the lunatic watchers of this animated series are giving their significant attention to it if it comes to that it will hit the nail on the head when it will be watched by the people bit by bit. As you all know that the animated series will be brought only on Netflix which is a vast streaming platform.

The New Legends Of Monkey is an Australian/ New Zealand series which has back with its new instalment titled The New Legends Of Monkey Season 2. As we have already told everyone that the series will bring forward the same faces who have been adduced in the last season, moreover the same story will be seen continuing in this new instalment.

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It is fantabulous for the makers of this animated series that the series is getting significant attention than other animated series. Hop it will hit the nail on the head throughout the world. According to the reports it is being said that the series has launched its first season on 27 April 2018 that too on Netflix.

The first season of this Animation series brought forward the 10 episodes if it comes to that it is being expected that the new season which is being watched still adduce 10 seasons on the Netflix. Lovers and the lunatic watchers of this animated franchise are watching it on Netflix. Friends you all are being informed again that you can download Netflix in your PC and in your mobile phones which will make this series easily watchable.

The New Legends Of Monkey Season 2 has been released on 7th August 2020. And it has made mad to its all fans by presenting its top-notch starting. The action fictional series has been directed by the one and only Gerard Johnston if it comes to that it is starring Chai Hansen, Luciane Buchanan, Josh Thomson, Emilie Cocquerel.

The top-notch fiction series story has been written by Jacquelin Perske, Craig Irvin, Samantha Strauss. This is an action fictional comedy-drama which will also bring forward some adventurous scenes. The new series will adduce a young monk who is escorted by the group of God. It is also to be noted that Chai Hansen will be seen while essaying the lead role of Monkey.

The fictional comedy adventurous series has been produced by the one and only Rachael Gardner and Robin Scholes. Do watch the Season 2 of The New Legends Of Monkey only on the Netflix like in the same way if it comes to that stay associated with this channel for being updated daily through the written updates sending by us. You can also subscribe to this channel for attaining the latest and fresh updates first from all.

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Open source tool Infection Monkey allows security pros to test their network like never before

Guardicore unveiled new capabilities for Infection Monkey, its free, open source breach and attack simulation (BAS) tool that maps to the MITRE ATT&CK knowledge base and tests network adherence to the Forrester Zero Trust framework.

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Infection Monkey is a self-propagating testing tool that hundreds of information technology teams from across the world use to test network adherence to the zero trust framework, and find weaknesses in their on-premises and cloud-based data centers.

Over the past four years, Infection Monkey has gained significant momentum and popularity amongst the cybersecurity community. With more than 3,200 stars on Github, Infection Monkey is trusted by large enterprises, educational institutions, and more, and has garnered praise from distinguished industry analysts such as Dr. Chase Cunningham, principal analyst at Forrester.

“In cyberspace and in cyber warfare exploitation, attacks succeed because they locate and leverage the weak points in systems and networks. In order to defend from this type of attack cycle, it is necessary to continually test the system for those likely weak points. But this can be difficult, especially when dealing with large infrastructures that are bridged between cloud, non-cloud, on premises, off premises, and a wide variety of other potential configurations. Infection Monkey is one of the most well-aligned tools that fits this need. I’m a huge fan.” – from Chase Cunningham’s Cyber Warfare – Trust, Tactics, and Strategies.

Expanded MITRE ATT&CK techniques and reporting

Cybersecurity experts and enterprise DevSecOps teams continue to rely on the MITRE-developed ATT&CK framework as the foundation for network security tests and assessments.

Infection Monkey 1.9.0 now offers a total of 32 MITRE ATT&CK techniques available for testing. These new attack techniques enable cybersecurity professionals to exhaustively test their network like never before while also empowering them to easily communicate steps towards actionable remediation with all relevant stakeholders, from IT to the C-suite.

Improved Usability

As the cybersecurity skills gap continues to widen and IT teams find themselves short-staffed, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 received several interface improvements that ensure the tool can be easily implemented – and most importantly valuable – with no additional staff or education.

Infection Monkey’s user interface has been significantly upgraded for configuration, making it easier than ever to set up a variety of different test scenarios on the network. In addition, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 now runs more stealthily to avoid interruptions in attack simulations, and improve coverage rates.

Secure by default

Guardicore is committed to ensuring that Infection Monkey offers the highest standards of quality and safety as a tool. Deployed in enterprise production data centers and cloud deployments, delivering a secure and stable tool is a top priority.

Therefore, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 now requires a secure login by default and has also been verified as secure by Synk.io, a security firm that continuously scans for vulnerabilities in software dependencies. Users can be confident that the tool is safe and secure for deployment.

“Our mission with Infection Monkey is to equip cybersecurity professionals with a valuable open source tool that helps improve their security posture against cybercriminals,” said Shay Nehmad, Team Lead and Open Source Software Developer, Guardicore. “With this new version, we have made it easier than ever to use the tool’s sophisticated features.”

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In Hubei, 9th golden monkey of year is born

A mother golden monkey named Xiaobei recently gave birth to a male, the ninth golden monkey baby to be born this year at the Dalongtan Golden Monkey Field Research Base of the Shennongjia National Park Research Institute in Hubei province.

The baby, named Scallop, was born on July 29.

As a national-level endangered species, the golden monkey is the flagship of Shennongjia biodiversity conservation.

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Video of monkey napping prompts people to share funny stories

Most of you may have been in a situation where you dozed off only to suddenly wake up and realise that’s not a place where you want to fall asleep. This video of a monkey snoozing may remind you of that time in your life – it certainly did so for many Twitter users.

Shared on the micro-blogging site by IFS officer Sudha Ramen, the video is about 14 seconds long. It shows a monkey sitting beneath a tree napping. Towards the end of the clip, the animal suddenly jolts awake as if remembering that this is not the place where he should sleep.

“RT if you have done this and can relate to this video. Watch full screen till the end,” Ramen wrote and shared the video. Chances are you’ll relate to the sleepy demeanour of the animal. Beware though, the video may leave you with a craving for a quick nap.

Since being shared, the video has gathered over 4,600 views and tons of comments. It prompted people to share their stories involving unlikely places where they’ve taken a nap.

“I did this in 6th class in half yearly exam paper coz I played video game whole night,” wrote a Twitter user. “Happened with me once, in college during lecture but thankfully ma’am didn’t let the whole class know about it. She silently signalled my friend to wake me up and then smiled at me. I was like ‘did I really take a nap in class’, never happened earlier,” expressed another. “My school days study hours were like this,” recalled a third.

Here’s how others reacted:

There were several who simply shared laughing out loud emojis to express their reaction.

What do you think of the video?

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Monkey takes power nap while sitting under tree, netizens relate with viral video – WATCH

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A video of a monkey sleeping while sitting under a tree has gone viral.  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspTwitter

Ever fallen asleep during class and then woken up with a sudden jerk? It definitely sounds like a familiar experience. Something similar seems to have happened with a monkey.

Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer Sudha Ramen took to Twitter to share a video of a monkey taking a power nap and then suddenly opening its eyes.

“RT if you have did this and can relate to this video. Watch full screen till the end,” the video is captioned.

Watch the viral video here:

The vidoe has gone viral on Twitter. It has received more than 4,6000 views and over 400 likes. Netizens were reminded of their power naps during school and college lectures. 

One user said, “yes many time ..though very funny thus is power nap rewires your energy in minutes.” Another wrote, “Arey wah, either he is doing meditation or sleeping during the work.”

Someone commented, “Really, my school days study hours like this.” Yet another tweeted, “Sir office me dopher ka lunch krne ke bad thodi der aaram karne ke chkkar me ek jhapki.”

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This is not the first that that hilarious videos of monkeys have surfaced online. Last month, a video of a monkey wearing a piece of cloth as a face mask had left social media users in splits.

In the video, the monkey was seen examining the cloth and then wrapping it around his face. He not only covered his mouth and nose but also his eyes. He then took a short walk on the pavement and then removed the cloth.

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Cheeky Monkey Takes A Nap Sitting Under Tree, Netizens Can Relate

A video of a cheeky monkey taking a nap while sitting under a tree has triggered laughter on the internet. Shared by Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Sudha Ramen on Twitter, the nearly 14-second clip with over 4.7k views shows a monkey that inadvertently goes off to sleep in a seated posture. IFS Ramen captioned the video, saying, that those who’ve taken such power naps can relate to the monkey in the footage. 

The footage opens with a monkey presumably in a forest area, comfortably perched below a towering tree. The animal can be seen concentrating with its eyes closed and serious look on its face as it rests on the wooden block. In no time, the sleepyhead monkey is transported into a deep slumber unperturbed by the events in his vicinity. After several minutes of a nap, the monkey opens its eyes and looks around, pretending to not have slept at all. The footage sparked laughter in the comments as several users could relate to the monkey.  

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Happened with me once, in college during lecture but thankfully ma’am didn’t let the whole class know about it. She silently signalled my friend to wake me up & then smiled at me. I was like “did I really take a nap in class, never happened earlier,” a commenter narrated. “yes, many times, though very funny thus is power nap rewires your energy in minutes,” wrote another. “It reminds me of one of my train journeys in the pre lockdown era. I literally pass whole night almost like this,” wrote the third. “He has mastered the art of unshakable sleep (like most in class),” joked another.  

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These Two Bronze Monkey Sculptures Just Sold for $7.5 Million at Sotheby’s

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The pandemic may have slowed the luxury market, but the design auction circuit seems more lively than ever—particularly if you’re looking to sell a pair of bronze monkey sculptures.

At Sotheby’s “Important Design” auction on Monday, two such pieces by François-Xavier Lalanne—Singe II and Singe I—realized $4 million and $3 million, respectively. Well above their estimate of between $400,000 and $600,000 apiece.

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A big number, but one that comes as little surprise to those familiar with the French artist and designer’s work. Long a favorite among the fashion world set—Yves Saint Laurent himself was an avid collector, as is Peter Marino—Lalanne’s designs are prized for their traditional craftsmanship, sculptural look and charm.

Animals were a big point of inspiration for him. Other entries in his bestiary include a bronze hippo that’s also a bathtub (which sold for $4.3 million at Christie’s last year), a rhinoceros that doubles as a desk and a pair of turtle doves that also function as armchairs.

Singe II and Singe I differ in that they have no real function. Lalanne made them later in his career, and they symbolize his movement from functionality to the objet d’arts. The previous owner, the late financier, diplomat and art collector Felix Rohatyn, kept the duo on his mantle.

Three of the sculptor’s other works netted similarly lofty numbers at Sotheby’s on Monday, including Grand Mouton de Peter, which realized $1.7 million and Capricorne II, which went for $2.4 million.

Lalanne wasn’t the only story of the day, though. While many may have predicted that his works would go for millions, few could have foreseen that a small ceramic vase, estimated to sell between $7,000 and $9,000, would go for $431,250.

The result of a reportedly fierce 45-minute bidding war between two collectors, the vase is a prime example of the work of Grueby Faience Company. The American maker’s oeuvre is indicative of the Arts and Crafts movement. This particular piece is notable for its unique glaze, different from other Grueby pieces.

All in all the auction brought in $20.2 million, a number that soared well beyond estimates of $10.2 million.

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Submergible Robot Spy Monkey Observes the Spa Grooming Rituals of Snow Monkeys From Underwater

In a clip from the PBS/BBC series Spy in the Wild 2 – The North narrated by David Tennant, a robot spy macaque joins a troop of fellow primates as they bathe in the mountainous Japanese hot springs. This spy is completely submergable and waterproof, which allows it to observe the grooming rituals of the Macaque from under the water.

Robot Spy Macaque films the bathing rituals of snow monkeys. The Japanese Macaque is the only monkey that can survive this far north. To get warm comfort from the freezing temperatures the Japanese Macaque can often be found in the hot waters of the local volcanic springs.

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Guardicore Adds MITRE Techniques, Enhances Ease-of-Use and Security for Infection Monkey

BOSTON and TEL AVIV, Israel, Aug. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Guardicore, the segmentation company disrupting the legacy firewall market, today unveiled new capabilities for Infection Monkey, its free, open source breach and attack simulation (BAS) tool that maps to the MITRE ATT&CK knowledge base and tests network adherence to the Forrester Zero Trust framework.

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New capabilities include an expanded list of MITRE ATT&CK techniques, user interface improvements, and increased security measures for the user. Today’s updates demonstrate Guardicore’s commitment to empowering cybersecurity professionals with sophisticated but easy-to-use tools that significantly improve security posture. Guardicore will be showcasing the open source tool’s new functionality and user interface together with the already existing features at this year’s DEF CON Red Teams Village‘s virtual conference on Thursday, August 6th at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Infection Monkey is a self-propagating testing tool that hundreds of information technology teams from across the world use to test network adherence to the Zero Trust framework, and find weaknesses in their on-premises and cloud-based data centers. Over the past four years, Infection Monkey has gained significant momentum and popularity amongst the cybersecurity community. With more than 3,200 stars on Github, Infection Monkey is trusted by large enterprises, educational institutions, and more, and has garnered praise from distinguished industry analysts such as Dr. Chase Cunningham, principal analyst at Forrester. 

“In cyberspace and in cyber warfare exploitation, attacks succeed because they locate and leverage the weak points in systems and networks. In order to defend from this type of attack cycle, it is necessary to continually test the system for those likely weak points. But this can be difficult, especially when dealing with large infrastructures that are bridged between cloud, non-cloud, on premises, off premises, and a wide variety of other potential configurations. Infection Monkey is one of the most well-aligned tools that fits this need. I’m a huge fan.” – from Chase Cunningham’s “Cyber Warfare – Trust, Tactics, and Strategies”

Expanded MITRE ATT&CK Techniques and Reporting
Recognizing that cybersecurity experts and enterprise DevSecOps teams continue to rely on the MITRE-developed ATT&CK framework as the foundation for network security tests and assessments, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 now offers a total of 32 MITRE ATT&CK techniques available for testing. These new attack techniques enable cybersecurity professionals to exhaustively test their network like never before while also empowering them to easily communicate steps towards actionable remediation with all relevant stakeholders, from IT to the C-suite.

Improved Usability 
As the cybersecurity skills gap continues to widen and IT teams find themselves short-staffed, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 received several interface improvements that ensure the tool can be easily implemented – and most importantly valuable – with no additional staff or education.

Infection Monkey 1.9.0’s user interface has been significantly upgraded for configuration, making it easier than ever to set up a variety of different test scenarios on the network. In addition, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 now runs more stealthily to avoid interruptions in attack simulations and improve coverage rates. 

Secure By Default
Guardicore is committed to ensuring that Infection Monkey offers the highest standards of quality and safety as a tool. Deployed in enterprise production data centers and cloud deployments, delivering a secure and stable tool is a top priority.

Therefore, Infection Monkey 1.9.0 now requires a secure login by default and has also been verified as secure by Synk.io, a security firm that continuously scans for vulnerabilities in software dependencies. Users of Infection Monkey 1.9.0 can be confident that the tool is safe and secure for deployment. 

“Our mission with Infection Monkey is to equip cybersecurity professionals with a valuable open source tool that helps improve their security posture against cybercriminals,” said Shay Nehmad, Team Lead and Open Source Software Developer, Guardicore. “With this new version, we have made it easier than ever to use the tool’s sophisticated features.”   

About Guardicore
Guardicore is the segmentation company disrupting the legacy firewall market. Our software-only approach is decoupled from the physical network, providing a faster alternative to firewalls. Built for the agile enterprise, Guardicore offers greater security and visibility in the cloud, data-center and endpoint. For more information, please visit www.guardicore.com or go to Twitter or LinkedIn.

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Hilarious video of monkey taking nap while sitting under tree goes viral. Netizens can relate

Have you ever fallen asleep unknowingly while sitting? Then, you wake up with a sudden jerk and realise that you had actually fallen asleep. We are sure a lot of you must be familiar with the feeling. Something similar happened with a monkey, and a video of the moment has left the netizens in splits.

Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Sudha Ramen shared the aforementioned clip on Twitter. “RT if you have done this and can relate to this video. Watch full screen till the end (sic),” she wrote as she shared the clip.

Watch it here:

The video showed a monkey taking a nap while sitting under a tree. The animal appeared to be deep in sleep before it woke up suddenly. Several netizens found the clip hilarious and said that they could relate with it. In fact, they took to the comments section to share the instances when such a thing happened with them.

“I did this in 6th class in half yearly exam paper coz i played video game whole night (sic),” a user wrote. “Happened with me once, in college during lecture but thankfully ma’am didn’t let the whole class know about it. She silently signalled my friend to wake me up & then smiled at me (sic),” another comment read.

See more reactions here:

Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Arun Bothra also retweeted the clip recalling his training days.

What do you think about this video?

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