Bluetooth vulnerability can be exploited in Key Negotiation of Bluetooth (KNOB) attacks

Credit to Author: Jovi Umawing| Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 15:56:45 +0000

Researchers called it KNOB, a clever attack against the firmware of a Bluetooth chip that can allow hackers to successfully hijack paired devices and steal their sensitive data. Are users at risk?

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Integrated Rack Enclosures Redefine Data Center Design for IT Solution Delivery Efficiencies

Credit to Author: Ron Catanzaro| Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2018 15:06:44 +0000

Over the last 12 months, integrated rack enclosures have emerged as a data center design approach for addressing some thorny data center IT solution delivery issues. As IT solution providers struggle… Read more »

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FBI: Kindly Reboot Your Router Now, Please

Credit to Author: BrianKrebs| Date: Mon, 28 May 2018 18:54:22 +0000

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is warning that a new malware threat has rapidly infected more than a half-million consumer devices. To help arrest the spread of the malware, the FBI and security firms are urging home Internet users to reboot routers and network-attached storage devices made by a range of technology manufacturers.

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Co-innovation and the startling genius of swarms

Credit to Author: Cyril Perducat| Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2017 02:22:10 +0000

Have you ever seen a flock of hundreds of starlings change direction suddenly? It seems as if they are flying as a single entity. It’s spectacular. There is something startling… Read more »

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WikiLeaks Dumps Docs on CIA’s Hacking Tools

Credit to Author: BrianKrebs| Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2017 18:39:11 +0000

WikiLeaks on Tuesday dropped one of its most explosive word bombs ever: A secret trove of documents apparently stolen from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) detailing methods of hacking everything from smart phones and TVs to compromising Internet routers and computers. KrebsOnSecurity is still digesting much of this fascinating data cache, but here are some first impressions based on what I’ve seen so far.

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