Calendar In my test class Calendar cal = new Calendar(); //Uses my calendar println(" Current Calendar --" Time()); The output is coming as the current date even though: Current Calendar --Tue Aug 22 IST 2006 Though the configured Date returned is Config cal value is : Wed May 12 IST 2004 super.set( configured Cal.get(Calendar.
Your code doesn't show to what date and time configured Cal is set to, so the code isn't sufficient to explain why you get that output. What are you trying to achieve by subclassing class
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Security experts at Palo Alto Networks discovered a new malware, named Infy, that has been likely used by hackers from Iran in cyber espionage operations at least since 2007.
The researchers discovered the Infy malware in May, it was used by threat actors in spear phishing attacks.
The Infy malware was first submitted to Virus Total on August 2007, meanwhile, the C&C domain used by the oldest sample spotted by the experts has been associated with a malicious campaign dated back December 2004.It is aimed at governments and businesses of multiple nations as well as its own citizens.” continues Palo Alto Networks.The experts Researchers identified 12 domains used by the threat actors as C&C servers.“The “aminjalali_58 (at) yahoo.com” email address is associated with 6 known C2 domains, dating back to 2010.Unlike the fake WHOIS examples, this example has content more consistent with the email address:” Security experts believe that Iranian hackers are rapidly improving their cyber capabilities, they observed a significant evolution after the Stuxnet attacks in 2010.