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PHP LibGD Heap Buffer Overflow

PoC vom 17.01.2017 um 03:34 Uhr | Quelle packetstormsecurity.com
Proof of concept exploit for CVE-2016-3074 targeting Ubuntu 15.10 x86-64 with php5-gd and php5-fpm running behind nginx.

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Tenda ADSL2/2+ Modem D840R DNS Changer

PoC vom 17.01.2017 um 03:22 Uhr | Quelle packetstormsecurity.com
Tenda ADSL2/2+ Modem D840R unauthenticated remote DNS changer exploit.

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Pirelli DRG A115 ADSL Router DNS Changer

PoC vom 17.01.2017 um 03:20 Uhr | Quelle packetstormsecurity.com
Pirelli DRG A115 ADSL router unauthenticated remote DNS changer exploit.

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Fedora 26 Linux Might Ship with an LXQt Flavor, Won't Replace the LXDE Spin

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 03:04 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
There's a new self-contained change planned for the upcoming Fedora 26 Linux distribution, due for release on June 6, 2017, namely a new flavor built around the lightweight, Qt-based LXQt desktop environment. Red Hat's Fedora Program Manager Jan Kurik dropped the awesome news earlier on Fedora's mailing list, informing the community of the fact that the Fedora Project is considering adding a new member to the already big family of Fedora Spins, the Fedora LXQt Spin. "Now that LXQt is much more complete, it is time to provide a live spin to our users. Therefore some effort has been made to provide a first impression and it is ready for submission as an official spin," explained Jan Kurik, Platform & Fedora Program Manager, Red Hat. The LXQt flavor will not replace th...

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Apple To Offer 32GB of Desktop RAM, Kaby Lake In Top-End 2017 MacBook Pro, Says Analyst

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 03:00 Uhr | Quelle apple.slashdot.org
AppleInsider has obtained a note to investors from KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that says Apple's 2017 laptop line will focus on internal component updates, including the platform-wide adoption of Intel's Kaby Lake architecture. What's more is that Apple is expected to manufacture a 15-inch MacBook Pro with up to 32GB of RAM in the fourth quarter of 2017. AppleInsider reports: Apple took flak in releasing its latest MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models with a hard memory cap of 16GB, an minimal allotment viewed as a negative for imaging and video professionals. Responding to customer criticism, Apple said the move was made in a bid to maximize battery life. Essentially, the Intel Skylake CPUs used in Apple's MacBook Pro only support up to 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM at 2133MHz. Though Intel does make processors capable of addressing more than 16GB of memory, those particular chipsets rely on less efficient DDR4 RAM and are usually deployed in desktops with access to dedicated mains power. In order to achieve high memory allotments and keep unplugged battery life performance on par with existing MacBook Pro models, Apple will need to move to an emerging memory technology like LPDDR4 or DDR4L. Such hardware is on track for release later this year. As for the 12-inch MacBook, Kuo believes next-generation versions of the thin-and-light will enter mass production in the second quarter with the same basic design aesthetic introduced in 2015. New for 2017 is a 16GB memory option that will make an appearance thanks to Intel's new processor class.

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Oculus Accused of Destroying Evidence, Zuckerberg To Testify In $2 Billion Lawsuit

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 02:20 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: ZeniMax Media, the parent company of both Bethesda Softworks and Id Software, says it will prove at trial that John Carmack and others at Oculus stole trade secrets to "misappropriate" virtual reality technology that was first developed while Carmack was working at Id Software. What's more, ZeniMax is now accusing Oculus of "intentional destruction of evidence to cover up their wrongdoing." Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Oculus parent company Facebook, is scheduled to respond to those accusations in testimony starting tomorrow, according to a report by Business insider. ZeniMax's statement comes after Carmack testified at trial last week, saying the case was "ridiculous and absurd." His testimony echoed Oculus' initial reaction when ZeniMax's accusations first surfaced in 2014. In court filings leading up to the trial, ZeniMax detailed its case that Carmack, while still an employee at Id Software, "designed the specifications and functionality embodied in the Rift SDK and directed its development." Carmack's technology and guidance allegedly "literally transformed" Oculus founder Palmer Luckey's early Rift prototype from a "primitive virtual reality headset" that was "little more than a display panel." Carmack allegedly used "copyrighted computer code, trade secret information, and technical know-how" from his time at ZeniMax after he moved to Oculus as CTO in 2013. As the trial began last week (as reported by a Law360 summary, registration required), Carmack told the court of his development of a virtual reality demo for Doom 3 in 2012 and his search for a VR headset that would be suitable to run it. That's when he says he got in touch with Luckey, leading to the now legendary E3 2012 demo that introduced Oculus to the public. ZeniMax is seeking $2 billion in damage, which matches the value that Facebook paid for Oculus in 2014. The trial is expected to last three weeks.

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Wine Staging 2.0 RC5 Improves Support for Apps That Require Windows 7 or Vista

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 02:06 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
The road to Wine 2.0 and Wine Staging 2.0 continues, and while the former already got its fifth Release Candidate (RC) development release at the end of last week, the latter yesterday received a new unstable build. That's right, we are talking here about Wine Staging 2.0 RC5, which comes hot on the heels of Wine 2.0 RC5 to add numerous goodies for those who want to run Windows apps and games on their Linux computers. Among these, we can mention initial support for Mandatory Integrity Control and a bunch of extra PE loader improvements to allow it to support loading of packed executables with truncated headers, as well as on-the-fly section decompression. It also looks like the 32GB memory limit was finally removed for 64-bit systems, and there's now initial support for Trust Info inside manifest files. But Wine Stag...

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Amazon Seeks FCC Permission To Run Wireless Tests In Washington State

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 01:40 Uhr | Quelle mobile.slashdot.org
Amazon has filed an application with the U.S. federal government that details plans to experiment with wireless communications technology. The application asks the FCC for permission "to test undisclosed prototypes and their related software for five months in and around its Seattle headquarters," reports Christian Science Monitor. "The experiments will involve mobile devices and anchored stations alike, according to an FCC application made public last week and first reported by Business Insider's Eugene Kim, who noted the project could be part of Amazon's drone-delivery initiatives or something even more novel." From the report: In recent years, Google and Facebook have begun conducting wireless experiments of their own with FCC approval, pursuing a number of innovative projects, such as self-driving cars, as Mr. Kim reported. Amazon, meanwhile, has focused on its aspirations of drone delivery service for its online retail business -- a service the firm has pursued in Britain and several other countries as well. Given the company's wide-ranging interests, it is difficult to anticipate precisely what the tests entail. Last year alone, Amazon unveiled projects to change the way people grocery shop, offer drivers a voice-activated driving assistant, and ship cargo with its own branded planes, as the Monitor reported. Amazon's application to the FCC notes that the tests would begin indoors at the Seattle headquarters then later move outdoors to a customer service site more than 220 miles away, in Kennewick, Wash. The tests would last five months, beginning as early as Feb. 11, 2017, the documents state.

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Devil-Linux 1.8.0 to Be a Major Overhaul, Will Use SquashFS as Main File System

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 01:33 Uhr | Quelle linux.softpedia.com
It's been seven months since we last heard something from the developers of the Devil-Linux project, which produces a tiny, dedicated server distribution for many applications, and a new development version of the upcoming 1.8 stable series is out. While there's no word if the development team had any personal or technical issues during the development of Devil-Linux 1.8.0, which recently received a second Release Candidate (RC) build, we're being informed that work is ongoing for the upcoming release, which will be a major overhaul of Devil-Linux. From the release announcement, it looks like numerous of the pre-installed applications and core components have been updated to their most recent versions, and those who are no longer maintained upstream were removed from the default install of Devil-Linux 1.8.0. Additionally, the main file system has been switched to SquashFS, a compressed read-only fil...

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AT&T Denies Refunds For DirecTV Now Customers, Despite the Service's Performance Issues

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 01:00 Uhr | Quelle news.slashdot.org
A number of consumers report they're unable to get a refund for their subscription to AT&T's recently launched streaming service, DirecTV Now -- something they've requested after being unhappy with the new service's performance. From a report on TechCrunch: According to several postings on AT&T's official forums, customers found the only way to get help was through a hard-to-find chat feature, and when they asked the AT&T reps about refunds, the customers were told they were not offered. Writes one user with the handle EIUdrummerboy, after attempting to get a refund via chat, the rep told them specifically: "We do not currently have a policy in place to offer any refunds."

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Linux Kernel 4.4.43 LTS It's a Small Patch with Various Networking Improvements

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:59 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
There's no doubt that Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman is on a roll, as he announced yet another point release to the long-term supported Linux 4.4 kernel series. The new version, Linux 4.4.43 LTS, comes only four days after the release of Linux kernel 4.4.42 LTS, but this time the patch is much smaller. According to the appended shortlog, it changes a total of 24 files, with 236 insertions and 89 deletions. We remind you that the Linux 4.4 LTS kernel series are currently used in many popular GNU/Linux distributions that want to provide their users with a long-term supported kernel, such as Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Alpine Linux, and even Arch Linux. "I'm announcing the release of the 4.4.43 kernel. All users of the 4.4 kernel series must upgrade. The updated 4.4.y git tree can be found at: git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linu...

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Q4OS 1.8.2 Is the First Linux OS to Be Based on Debian GNU/Linux 8.7 "Jessie"

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:41 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
Softpedia was informed today, January 16, 2017, by the developers of the Debian-based Q4OS GNU/Linux distribution about the availability of a new stable build of the 1.8 series. Based on the recently released Debian GNU/Linux 8.7 "Jessie" operating system, Q4OS 1.8.2 "Orion" is now the most advanced version of the distro, shipping with all the 173 bug fixes and security updates implemented by the Debian Project in the new Debian GNU/Linux release. Additionally, this second maintenance update to the  Q4OS 1.8 "Orion" series introduces the rewrite of the Q4OS Update Manager, an in-house built graphical update management utility that fetches the latest software updates and security patches from the official channels, and it can also be used for upgrading the operating system. "Important security patches have been applie...

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Calibre 2.77 Open-Source eBook Library Manager Improves Conversion, News Sources

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:22 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
We know how much you love the Calibre open-source ebook library management tool when you have to organize and convert ebooks in various formats for your Kindle, Nook, or Kobo e-book reader device, and a new version is now available. Calibre 2.77 was announced by developer Kovid Goyal a few days ago, and while it's only a bugfix release, it also attempts to add various improvements that we bet you'll find interesting. For example, Calibre 2.77 improves the detection of the Nook HD+ color tablet e-reader under Microsoft Windows operating systems. For Kindle users, Calibre 2.77 enhances support for newer books in the KFX format on all e-ink models. The Edit Book component also received some much-needed attention in the new release, such as better import of DOCX files as a new book with the version attribute set in the OPF file. The Times and Helsingin Sanomat news sources were improved Continuing with...

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ISIS Is Dropping Bombs With Drones In Iraq

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:20 Uhr | Quelle tech.slashdot.org
In addition to rifles, mortars, artillery and suicidal car bombs, ISIS has recently added commercial drones, converted into tiny bombs, into the mix of weapons it uses to fight in Iraq. In October, The New York Times reported that the Islamic State was using small consumer drones rigged with explosives to fight Kurdish forces in Iraq. Two Kurdish soldiers died dismantling a booby-trapped ISIS drone. Several months later and it appears the use of drones on the battlefield is becoming more prevalent. Popular Science reports: Previously, we've seen ISIS scratch-build drones, and as Iraqi Security Forces retook parts of Mosul, they discovered a vast infrastructure of workshops (complete with quality control) for building standardized munitions, weapons, and explosives. These drone bombers recently captured by Iraqi forces and shared with American advisors appear to be commercial, off-the-shelf models, adapted to carry grenade-sized payloads. "It's not as if it is a large, armed UAV [unmanned aerial vehicle] that is dropping munitions from the wings -- but literally, a very small quadcopter that drops a small munition in a somewhat imprecise manner," [Col. Brett] Sylvia, commander of an American military advising mission in Iraq, told Military Times. "They are very short-range, targeting those front-line troops from the Iraqis." Because the drones used are commercial models, it likely means that anti-drone weapons already on hand with the American advisors are sufficient to stop them. It's worth noting that the bomb-dropping drones are just a small part of how ISIS uses the cheap, unmanned flying machines. Other applications include scouts and explosive decoys, as well as one-use weapons. ISIS is also likely not the first group to figure out how to drop grenades from small drones; it's a growing field of research and development among many violent, nonstate actors and insurgent groups. Despite the relative novelty, it's also likely not the deadliest thing insurgents can do with drones.

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Datenbank-Erpresser: Nach MongoDB ist auch Elastic Search im Visier

Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:16 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Online-Erpresser räumten tausende Elastic-Search-Installationen leer und erpressen nun deren Betreiber: Entweder fließt Geld oder die Daten bleiben verloren. Zuvor wurden in ähnlichen Fällen inzwischen fast 20.000 Euro von MongoDB-Betreibern abgezockt.

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Datenbank-Erpresser: Nach MongoDB ist auch Elastic Search im Visier

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:07 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Online-Erpresser räumten tausende Elastic-Search-Installationen leer und erpressen nun deren Betreiber: Entweder fließt Geld oder die Daten bleiben verloren. Zuvor wurden in ähnlichen Fällen inzwischen fast 20.000 Euro von MongoDB-Betreibern abgezockt.

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Puppy Linux Fork Quirky 8.1.6 "Xerus" Is Built From Ubuntu 16.04 Binary Packages

IT Security Nachrichten vom 17.01.2017 um 00:04 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
Puppy Linux's creator Barry Kauler is kicking off 2017 with a new stable release of the Quirky "Xerus" operating system, which is built from the binary packages of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus). The developer used his in-house built woofQ Quirky Linux build system to create Quirky 8.1.6 "Xerus," which is fully compatibility with all of the official Ubuntu 16.04 LTS software repositories. In other words, if you're installing Quirky Linux on your personal computer, you'll be able to install and use apps from Ubuntu. Being built using the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS binary packages, Quirky 8.1.6 "Xerus" is shipping with the long-term supported Linux 4.4.40 kernel, and the default web browser / email client / chat client is Mozilla's SeaMonkey open-source Internet suite, which was upgraded to version 2.46 in the new release. Quirky 8.1.6 is provided as a small download, but with a large selection of apps...

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Samsung NVMe Driver 2.1

Downloads vom 17.01.2017 um 00:00 Uhr | Quelle computerbase.de
Moderne Betriebssysteme bringen einen NVMe-Treiber für PCIe-SSDs bereits mit. Samsung bietet zusätzlich einen eigenen NVMe-Treiber an, der für mehr Leistung und volle Unterstützung des SSD-Tools Magician sorgt. Offiziell unterstützt werden die Samsung-SSDs 960 Evo, 950 Pro und 960 Pro.

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Microsoft Patent Hints At Foldable Tablet Design For Surface Phone

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:40 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
A new patent has surfaced from Microsoft that may shed some light on the company's upcoming Surface Phone. The patent, which was first filed in October 2014 and recently made public, details a 2-in-1 foldable device with a flexible hinge that can act both as a smartphone and a tablet. TrustedReviews reports: The device in the filings can be configured into various shapes, either folded out like tablets, or folded back inwards to create a smaller phone-like handset. There's also the opportunity to place it in a tent-mode much like Lenovo's range of Yoga hybrids which can be propped up to make it easier to watch media. Microsoft has taken a universal approach to Windows 10, in that the OS is designed to work across multiple devices, so a Surface Phone that could transform into another mobile product would make a lot of sense in terms of demonstrating Windows 10s capabilities. The inventor of the product in the patent is listed as Kabir Siddiqui, the man behind Microsoft's successful patent for the Surface kickstand and Surface camera angle -- which bodes well for this latest design in the long run. Unfortunately, there's every chance we'll never see this technology in a retail-ready product from Microsoft, though some version of the foldable device could well arrive.

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Kirigami 2.0 Released, KDE's Framework for Convergent Mobile and Desktop UIs

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:38 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
After being in development for the past six months, KDE's Kirigami 2.0 open-source UI (User Interface) framework has been officially released in its final, production-ready state. If memory recalls, the first public release of the Kirigami UI framework saw the light of day at the beginning of August last year, allowing early adopters to test drive KDE's brand-new tool for creating beautiful, convergent user interfaces written in Qt for both mobile and desktop applications. A lot of effort was put into developing the first mature version of Kirigami, which entered Beta stages of development earlier this month, right after the New Year's holiday, and the team managed to quickly identify and fix all remaining blockers to be able to mark Kirigami 2.0 as ready for general use. When the Beta of Kirigami 2.0 was announced, we told you then that the UI framework was ported to the latest Qt Quick Cont...

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Linux Mint 18.1 "Serena" KDE Gets a Beta Release, Ships with KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:20 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
After landing on the official download channels a few days ago, the Beta version of the upcoming Linux Mint 18.1 "Serena" KDE Edition operating system got today, January 16, 2017, an official announcement. The KDE Edition is the last in the new Linux Mint 18.1 "Serena" stable series to be published, and it was delayed a little bit because Clement Lefebvre and his team wanted it to ship with latest KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS desktop environment from the Kubuntu Backports PPA repository. Just like all the other official flavors from the Linux Mint 18 "Sarah" and Linux Mint 18.1 "Serena" series, the KDE Edition is based on Canonical's Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system, using the long-term supported Linux 4.4 kernel. This Beta release also ships with linux-firmware 1.157.5 and numerous other updated components. Linux Mint 18.1 will receive security updates until 2021 With the exception of the fac...

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Samsung Galaxy J2 Ace Launched in Emerging Markets for $125

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:19 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
Samsung continues to launch entry-level Android smartphones aimed at emerging markets. Unfortunately, the South Korean company faces fierce competition from native handset makers that seem to offer better choices at lower prices. Since Samsung doesn't want to lose money selling these low-end smartphones, the prices might seem higher than other alternatives available in local markets. The latest addition to Samsung's entry-level portfolio of smartphones is the Galaxy J2 Ace. The handest has been recently introduced in India and is now available for purchase for $125. It's worth mentioning that the Galaxy J2 Ace is part of Samsung's “Make for India” project, which means it comes with Ultra Data Saving mode that s...

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iSelect 1.4 Local Buffer Overflow

PoC vom 16.01.2017 um 23:02 Uhr | Quelle packetstormsecurity.com
iSelect version 1.4 suffers from a local buffer overflow vulnerability.

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Vivaldi 1.7 to Introduce Mappable Keyboard Shortcuts for the Screenshot Feature

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:00 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
Work on the Vivaldi 1.7 web browser continues, and Softpedia was recently informed by Vivaldi's Ruarí Ødegaard about two new snapshots published at the end of last week, which bring various improvements to the screenshot tool. At the request of many Vivaldi users who apparently are already using a development version of Vivaldi 1.7, the team implemented a new functionality to the built-in screenshot tool that would allow users to copy captured screenshots of either a certain web page or Vivaldi's window to clipboard. This and several other improvements for the new screenshot tool, as well as for the notifications, bookmarks, pinned tabs, and search field landed all in Vivaldi Snapshot 1.7.721.3, but the sn...

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Raspberry Pi Upgrades Compute Module With 10 Times the CPU Performance

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:00 Uhr | Quelle hardware.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The Raspberry Pi Compute Module is getting a big upgrade, with the same processor used in the recently released Raspberry Pi 3. The Compute Module, which is intended for industrial applications, was first released in April 2014 with the same CPU as the first-generation Raspberry Pi. The upgrade announced today has 1GB of RAM and a Broadcom BCM2837 processor that can run at up to 1.2GHz. "This means it provides twice the RAM and roughly ten times the CPU performance of the original Compute Module," the Raspberry Pi Foundation announcement said. This is the second major version of the Compute Module, but it's being called the "Compute Module 3" to match the last flagship Pi's version number. The new Compute Module has more flexible storage options than the original. "One issue with the [Compute Module 1] was the fixed 4GB of eMMC flash storage," the announcement said. But some users wanted to add their own flash storage. "To solve this, two versions of the [Compute Module 3] are being released: one with 4GB eMMC on-board and a 'Lite' model which requires the user to add their own SD card socket or eMMC flash." The core module is tiny so that it can fit into other hardware, but for development purposes there is a separate I/O board with GPIO, USB and MicroUSB, CSI and DSI ports for camera and display boards, HDMI, and MicroSD. The Compute Module 3 and the lite version cost $30 and $25, respectively.

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Windows 10 privacy changes appease watchdogs, but still no data "off-switch"

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 23:00 Uhr | Quelle zdnet.com
Analysis: Microsoft favors the "just enough" approach to appease privacy regulators, but it ignores a fundamental customer complaint.

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Nokia 6 Benchmark Scores Aren't Great at All, but That's to Be Expected

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 22:52 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
It's pretty obvious that the Nokia 6 is in no way a high-end smartphone, even though it can compete with some flagship smartphones when it comes to camera features. So, if you're expecting HMD Global's first Nokia-branded smartphone to beat other high-end smartphones in performance benchmarks, you will be very disappointed. Although the smartphone hasn't yet made its debut on the market, some have been able to get their hands on the Nokia 6 before it's official January 19 release. Several benchmark results have been published on Weibo recently, the Chinese alternative to Facebook, and by the look of it, they aren't encouraging at all. Nokia 6 has scored 44,517 points in Geekbench, which is less than a quarter the score submitted by iPhone 7 users. The OnePlu...

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How To Stop Larry From Hacking Your WiFi in 2017

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 22:32 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com
It’s 2017, and we’re not any further along with Wi-Fi security than we were 10 years ago. There are Intrusion Detection Systems and 2nd generation antivirus apps to protect us from some vulnerabilities but the simple fact that some people and businesses still don’t set their network up well in the first place. Installing WiFi is like running Ethernet to your parking lot. It’s a cliche thing

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Raspberry Pi: Industrievariante Compute Module 3 ab sofort verfügbar

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 22:21 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
SoC, raspberry pi, minirechner Den Raspberry Pi gibt es auch in einer Variante, welche für die Industrie konzipiert wurde. Diese wird Compute Module genannt und ist nun auch in der neusten Version verfügbar. Der Preis hat sich hierbei beinahe nicht geändert. Das Original kam bereits im April 2014 auf den Markt. (Weiter lesen)

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Huawei Mate 9 with 6GB RAM and 128GB Storage Goes on Sale for $900

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 22:20 Uhr | Quelle news.softpedia.com
Great news for Huawei fans, as the Chinese company quietly introduced a beefed up version of its latest flagship smartphone, the Mate 9. A new version of the phablet is now available through various retailers across the world, but unlike the standard model, it packs a higher amount of memory. If you don't remember, Huawei announced last year the Mate 9 will be available on the market with 4GB of RAM inside, as well as either 32GB or 64GB of storage (expandable via microSD card). The base model costs around $600, but in some markets like China, the Mate 9 is available for slightly cheaper. However, the improved version of the phablet packs no less than 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The only downside would be the fact that it doesn't pack microSD card slot for memory expansion, but 128GB should be more than enough even for heavy use...

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NASA Astronaut Gene Cernan, Last Man To Walk On the Moon, Dies At 82

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 22:20 Uhr | Quelle science.slashdot.org
NASA astronaut and retired U.S. Navy captain Gene Cernan was the second American to walk in space and the last to set foot on the moon during that mission. Unfortunately, today Cernan passed away at age 82. Engadget reports: During his time as an astronaut, Cernan logged over 500 hours in space and he spent more than 73 of those on the surface of the moon. Captain Cernan's NASA career began in 1963 and he made his first trip to space as part of the three-day Gemini IX mission in 1966. He went on to serve as the lunar module pilot for the Apollo 10 mission in 1969 before taking the role of spacecraft commander for Apollo 17 in December 1972. Apollo 17 was the last manned mission to the moon for the United States. Cernan retired from the U.S. Navy after a 20-year career in 1976 and left NASA at the same time. Watch Apollo 17 astronauts Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt sing "I Was Strolling on the Moon One Day" on YouTube.

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China, Europe Drive Shift To Electric Cars as US Lags

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 21:44 Uhr | Quelle news.slashdot.org
Electric cars will pick up critical momentum in 2017, many in the auto industry believe - just not in North America. Tighter emissions rules in China and Europe leave global carmakers and some consumers with little choice but to embrace plug-in vehicles, fuelling an investment surge, said industry executives gathered in Detroit this past week for the city's annual auto show. From a report: "Car electrification is an irreversible trend," said Jacques Aschenbroich, chief executive of auto supplier Valeo, which has expanded sales by 50 percent in five years with a focus on electric, hybrid, connected and self-driving cars. In Europe, green cars benefit increasingly from subsidies, tax breaks and other perks, while combustion engines face mounting penalties including driving and parking restrictions. China, struggling with catastrophic pollution levels in major cities, is aggressively pushing plug-in vehicles. Its carrot-and-stick approach combines tens of billions in investment and research funding with subsidies, and regulations designed to discourage driving fossil-fueled cars in big cities. The road ahead for electric vehicles (EVs) in the United States, however, could have more hairpin curves.

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Bundesregierung: Gewerbegebiete erhalten 350 Mio. Euro für Glasfaserausbau

Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 21:27 Uhr | Quelle computerbase.de

Eines der Ziele beim Breitbandausbau ist, dass auch sämtliche Unternehmen eine schnelle Internetanbindung erhalten und damit für die Digitalisierung gewappnet sind. Deswegen hat das für die digitale Infrastruktur zuständige Verkehrsministerium einen Sonderfonds in Höhe von 350 Millionen Euro aufgelegt.


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South Korea Prosecutors Seek Arrest of Samsung Chief Jay Y Lee For Bribery

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2017 um 21:07 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
South Korea's special prosecutors' office said it will seek a warrant to arrest the head of Samsung Group, the country's biggest conglomerate, accusing him of paying multi-million dollar bribes to a friend of President Park Geun-hye. From a report: Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee was questioned for 22 straight hours last week as investigators probed a corruption scandal that resulted in parliament impeaching Park last month. The special prosecutors' office accused Lee of paying bribes totaling 43 billion won ($36.42 million) to Choi Soon-sil, a friend of the president who is at the center of scandal. Lee, who became the de facto head of the Samsung Group after his father, Lee Kun-hee, suffered a heart attack in 2014, was also accused of embezzlement and perjury in the prosecution's application for an arrest warrant.

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