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Canon has issued a security bulletin warning that hundreds of its inkjet printer models have a flaw that could potentially expose your Wi-Fi network details after you've disposed it or sent it to a third-party entity to be serviced. The issue at hand is that affected models, including both consumer and professional... Read more...
In recent days and weeks, Call of Duty has seen an uptick in population since the online servers were fixed up, allowing players to return to their old haunts and have some fun. However, with this uptick in activity, cheaters and hackers are looking to ruin the fun and nostalgia for CoD players. As it turns out, they... Read more...
Modern scientific breakthroughs aren't solely relegated to a lab these days, but also come by way of the massive compute resources that modern data centers full of servers can muster. For researchers, maintaining open access to these invaluable complexes has been vital. The Stampede and Stampede2 supercomputer... Read more...
A wide range of processors based on AMD's Zen 2 architecture, including consumer Ryzen chips (desktop and mobile) and EPYC server silicon, are vulnerable to a newly discovered exploit that could allow an attacker to steal sensitive data. That includes user passwords, encryption keys, and other information that you... Read more...
Earlier this month, researchers from Palo Alto’s Unit 42 discovered a peer-to-peer worm dubbed P2PInfect targeting Redis installations, an open-source database application used in cloud environments. While only 934 of the publicly communicating 307,000 unique Redis systems may be vulnerable, the worm may knock on the... Read more...
Apple is threatening to pull the ability to use iMessage and FaceTime from users in the UK over proposed new requirements on telecommunications operators. The new proposal is not a new law, but rather an update to the existing Investigatory Powers Act (IPA) 2016. When it comes to allowing law enforcement and... Read more...
Tech support scammers have been around for quite some time, continually innovating and perfecting their game to rake in more money. The problem has become so big that even YouTubers like Kitboga are making a living trolling these people. However, that has not been enough to stop these problematic people, as the FBI... Read more...
AMD EPYC 9754 (Bergamo) and EPYC 9684X (Genoa-X) Processors AMD's latest Zen 4 EPYC server processors scale cache and optimized cores to amplify specialized HPC and hyperscale cloud workloads.   Bergamo's 128 lean Zen 4c cores crunch hyperscale compute Genoa-X's 3D V-Cache boosts heavy-duty HPC workloads Unified... Read more...
Microsoft’s traditional Patch Tuesday has arrived, bringing with it a slew of security fixes for 130 vulnerabilities and two published advisories. This update comes at the perfect time, as threat actors have been exploiting some of these vulnerabilities for espionage against defense and government organizations in... Read more...
You can call a kitty with a “pspspsps,” but you might be able to call Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group 42, otherwise known as “Charming Kitten,” with a “pspspsps aux.” All jokes aside, this group, also known as TA453, now targets nuclear security and foreign policy experts to gather intelligence. Earlier this... Read more...
MSI RadiX AXE6600 Wi-Fi 6E Router - MSRP $349 (Currently $285) MSI's flagship router offers more than enough wireless performance and capacity for gamers and to keep up with a modern many-device home. Whole-house Wireless Coverage  Configurable LED lighting (including an off switch) Easy-to-use software... Read more...
Attempts at or unintended incidents of tracking military members have been happening for years, such as when the Strava running app leaked the location of military bases thanks to a published heat map of running locations. Now, however, a threat actor is either being incredibly precise, or companies are just trying to... Read more...
Earlier this week, ASUS pushed a firmware update for 19 of the company’s routers which fixed nine different CVEs and enhanced security across the board. While updating your routers, ASUS also recommends that owners disable services accessible from the WAN side, such as port forwarding, DDNS, VPN, DMZ, and port... Read more...
HP Z8 Fury G5: As Configured - $24,378 The HP Z8 Fury G5 packs a Xeon W processor and four professional NVIDIA RTX A6000 graphics cards to tear through highly-threaded workloads. Strong 56-Core Xeon W Performance Four Professional GPUs For Enormous Workloads Fast 8-Channel DDR5 Memory Mostly Toolless Design For... Read more...
With all the excitement around ChatGPT, it is no wonder that threat actors are taking advantage of the situation. Besides having those with malicious intentions steal your Facebook account, they might also be stealing your ChatGPT account credentials as well, following the discovery of over 100,000 compromised ChatGPT... Read more...
We like to joke about percussive maintenance when we talk about tools and technology. A good swift hit with a hammer can fix a lot of issues, right? Well, one researcher out of New Zealand found it was possible to use a screwdriver to reset the BIOS password for a Lenovo laptop. If you’ve ever run into an issue... Read more...
AMD hosted its Data Center and AI Technology Premiere in San Francisco, CA today, where it outlined its vision and strategy for the “future of computing.” The company introduced its first batch of fourth generation EPYC 9004 series server processors, aka Genoa, last November which largely delivered on the promise of... Read more...
Windows XP is the operating system that just won't die. After its 2001 release, XP would go on to sell more than 400 million copies. Microsoft tried to end support for the OS several times over the years, but there were too many people still relying on it. In 2014, Microsoft finally moved past XP, but the community... Read more...
Solidigm SSD D5-P5430: $0.08 - $0.10 per GB (Estimated) The new Solidigm SSD D5-P5430 features the company's latest QLC NAND flash memory, with read speeds up to 7GB/s and capacities topping out at over 30TB. High Capacities Priced Lower Than D7-Series Array Of Form Factors Strong Performance Not Ideal For... Read more...
Lenovo just revealed its next generation of ThinkStation and ThinkPad workstations to "push the limits of creative productivity." These systems have been updated with Intel’s latest processors and support NVIDIA’s professional RTX graphics cards. They're also designed to support Windows 11 (obviously), but several... Read more...
Conventional wisdom holds that adding two-factor authentication (2FA) is the best way to secure your online accounts. With this feature enabled, a threat actor would need your login credentials, as well as a one-time code to access your data. Google Authenticator is a popular way to store two-factor codes, and a... Read more...
A new piece of Windows malware is making the rounds, but what else is new? You never want to fall victim to a malware campaign, but this one is particularly troublesome. EvilExtractor is billed as an "all-in-one" solution for your online criminal needs. With this one tool, a threat actor can monitor keystrokes, steal... Read more...
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