Dunlop vs Talalay latex: Which natural mattress material is best for your sleep?

Latex has become a popular material in the mattress world thanks to its natural cooling abilities, durability and eco-friendliness. There are two types of hypoallergenic latex: Dunlop and Talalay. While you can’t go wrong with either latex in terms of quality and sustainability, there are some key difference between the two, especially price. When choosing…

She Wrote An ‘Escape Plan’ to Quit Her Job and Move to an Island. Now She’s There Generating Nearly $300,000 A Year

In 2007, Marla Bainbridge Martinez went on a vacation that changed her life. She visited Isla Mujeres, a five-mile-long Mexican island off the coast of Cancun, and fell in love with it. She returned for regular visits, meeting other Americans who had moved there, and started thinking: “They get to live there. Why not me?”…

Fortinet Warns of Critical FortiOS SSL VPN Vulnerability Under Active Exploitation

Feb 09, 2024NewsroomZero Day Vulnerability / Network Security Fortinet has disclosed a new critical security flaw in FortiOS SSL VPN that it said is likely being exploited in the wild. The vulnerability, CVE-2024-21762 (CVSS score: 9.6), allows for the execution of arbitrary code and commands. “A out-of-bounds write vulnerability [CWE-787] in FortiOS may allow a…

She Wrote An ‘Escape Plan’ to Quit Her Job and Move to an Island. Now She’s There Generating Nearly $300,000 A Year

In 2007, Marla Bainbridge Martinez went on a vacation that changed her life. She visited Isla Mujeres, a five-mile-long Mexican island off the coast of Cancun, and fell in love with it. She returned for regular visits, meeting other Americans who had moved there, and started thinking: “They get to live there. Why not me?”…

She Wrote An ‘Escape Plan’ to Quit Her Job and Move to an Island. Now She’s There Generating Nearly $300,000 A Year

In 2007, Marla Bainbridge Martinez went on a vacation that changed her life. She visited Isla Mujeres, a five-mile-long Mexican island off the coast of Cancun, and fell in love with it. She returned for regular visits, meeting other Americans who had moved there, and started thinking: “They get to live there. Why not me?”…