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ccompliant project that can retrieve saved logins from Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. In the future, this project will be expanded upon to retrieve Cookies and History items from these browsers.
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
This project uses the work of @plainprogrammer and his work on a compliant .NET 2.0 CLR compliant SQLite parser, which can be found here. In addition, @gourk created a wonderful ASN parser and cryptography helpers for decrypting and parsing the FireFox login files. It uses a revised version of his work (found here) to parse these logins out. Without their work this project would not have come together nearly as quickly as it did.
 
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Vuln: Yokogawa Vnet/IP Open Communication Driver CVE-2018-16196 Denial of Service Vulnerability

Exploits vom 21.12.2019 um 01:00 Uhr | Quelle securityfocus.com
Yokogawa Vnet/IP Open Communication Driver CVE-2018-16196 Denial of Service Vulnerability
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Vuln: OpenAFS CVE-2018-16949 Multiple Denial of Service Vulnerabilities

Exploits vom 11.09.2019 um 02:00 Uhr | Quelle securityfocus.com
OpenAFS CVE-2018-16949 Multiple Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
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Vuln: Node.js Multiple Denial of Service Vulnerabilities

Exploits vom 06.06.2019 um 02:00 Uhr | Quelle securityfocus.com
Node.js Multiple Denial of Service Vulnerabilities
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Apple Maps Gooses DuckDuckGo In Search Privacy Partnership

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 02:25 Uhr | Quelle tech.slashdot.org
Search engine DuckDuckGo now displays location information from Apple Maps in its search results. "DuckDuckGo now uses Apple Maps both for small maps in location-related search results and for larger, interactive search results that appear in a separate maps tab," reports CNET. "That replaces a combination including MapBox, OpenStreetMap and homegrown technology." From the report: The top reason DuckDuckGo argues you should try it is that it doesn't keep any personal information on you and what you searched for, unlike search leader Google. That dovetails nicely with Apple's sustained push to improve online privacy. But maintaining your privacy can be tough when you're looking for location-related information. DuckDuckGo says it's struck a balance, though. It doesn't send personally identifiable information such as your computer's Internet Protocol network address, to Apple or other third parties, DuckDuckGo said. "For local searches, where your approximate location information is sent by your browser to us, we discard it immediately after use," the company added.

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Apple Maps Gooses DuckDuckGo In Search Privacy Partnership

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 02:25 Uhr | Quelle tech.slashdot.org
Search engine DuckDuckGo now displays location information from Apple Maps in its search results. "DuckDuckGo now uses Apple Maps both for small maps in location-related search results and for larger, interactive search results that appear in a separate maps tab," reports CNET. "That replaces a combination including MapBox, OpenStreetMap and homegrown technology." From the report: The top reason DuckDuckGo argues you should try it is that it doesn't keep any personal information on you and what you searched for, unlike search leader Google. That dovetails nicely with Apple's sustained push to improve online privacy. But maintaining your privacy can be tough when you're looking for location-related information. DuckDuckGo says it's struck a balance, though. It doesn't send personally identifiable information such as your computer's Internet Protocol network address, to Apple or other third parties, DuckDuckGo said. "For local searches, where your approximate location information is sent by your browser to us, we discard it immediately after use," the company added.

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Best VPN for Zimbabwe in 2019

Betriebssysteme vom 16.01.2019 um 02:12 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com

There are many things to consider when picking a VPN to use in Zimbabwe. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know to make the best choice for yourself and your household. We’ll start by looking at why you might want a VPN in Zimbabwe in the first place. Next, we’ll cover what […]

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Best VPN for Zimbabwe in 2019

Betriebssysteme vom 16.01.2019 um 02:12 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com

There are many things to consider when picking a VPN to use in Zimbabwe. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know to make the best choice for yourself and your household. We’ll start by looking at why you might want a VPN in Zimbabwe in the first place. Next, we’ll cover what […]

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'Mona Lisa Effect' Is Real But Doesn't Apply To Leonardo's Painting

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:45 Uhr | Quelle science.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: There have long been anecdotal reports that the eyes of the Mona Lisa -- Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci's most famous painting -- sometimes seem to follow viewers as they move around the artwork. The phenomenon is even called the "Mona Lisa effect" because of it. But a new study published in the journal i-Perception found that she's really "looking" to the right-hand side of her audience. "There is no doubt about the existence of the Mona Lisa effect," the authors wrote. "It just does not occur with the Mona Lisa herself." This was a small study, with just 24 subjects. All were asked to look at a high-resolution recreation of the Mona Lisa on a computer monitor, with a folding ruler placed between them and the screen to track viewing distance. Subjects would signal where they perceived Mona Lisa's gaze met the ruler. The researchers sampled 15 sections of the famous portrait, ranging from the Mona Lisa's full head to just her eyes and nose, and they showed subjects each image three times in random order. They also changed the ruler's distance from the monitor halfway through the sessions. Based on the more than 2,000 individual assessments, they found no evidence of the Mona Lisa effect with Leonardo's masterpiece. "We demonstrated that Mona Lisa gazes to her left-hand side [the viewer's right] from about 35.5 cm inside pictorial space, and 14.4 degrees to the viewer's right-hand side in real space," the authors wrote. "Thus, Mona Lisa does not fulfill the premise of the Mona Lisa effect. She does not gaze at the viewer."

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'Mona Lisa Effect' Is Real But Doesn't Apply To Leonardo's Painting

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:45 Uhr | Quelle science.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: There have long been anecdotal reports that the eyes of the Mona Lisa -- Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci's most famous painting -- sometimes seem to follow viewers as they move around the artwork. The phenomenon is even called the "Mona Lisa effect" because of it. But a new study published in the journal i-Perception found that she's really "looking" to the right-hand side of her audience. "There is no doubt about the existence of the Mona Lisa effect," the authors wrote. "It just does not occur with the Mona Lisa herself." This was a small study, with just 24 subjects. All were asked to look at a high-resolution recreation of the Mona Lisa on a computer monitor, with a folding ruler placed between them and the screen to track viewing distance. Subjects would signal where they perceived Mona Lisa's gaze met the ruler. The researchers sampled 15 sections of the famous portrait, ranging from the Mona Lisa's full head to just her eyes and nose, and they showed subjects each image three times in random order. They also changed the ruler's distance from the monitor halfway through the sessions. Based on the more than 2,000 individual assessments, they found no evidence of the Mona Lisa effect with Leonardo's masterpiece. "We demonstrated that Mona Lisa gazes to her left-hand side [the viewer's right] from about 35.5 cm inside pictorial space, and 14.4 degrees to the viewer's right-hand side in real space," the authors wrote. "Thus, Mona Lisa does not fulfill the premise of the Mona Lisa effect. She does not gaze at the viewer."

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Add text to a file on a specific line

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 01:39 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

I'm trying to write a script that sets up a system for me. Part of this is to not need to type my password every time I use sudo (Link). I'm pretty sure I have the syntax right, but I want to make sure before I ruin anything. Am I missing anything? Will this work?

sed -i "24i %sudo ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL" 

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Add text to a file on a specific line

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 01:39 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

I'm trying to write a script that sets up a system for me. Part of this is to not need to type my password every time I use sudo (Link). I'm pretty sure I have the syntax right, but I want to make sure before I ruin anything. Am I missing anything? Will this work?

sed -i "24i %sudo ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL" 

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Two Ukrainians charged with 2016 hack of SEC

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:27 Uhr | Quelle cnet.com
Pair allegedly hacked corporate filing system to obtain not-yet-public earnings reports.
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Two Ukrainians charged with 2016 hack of SEC

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:27 Uhr | Quelle cnet.com
Pair allegedly hacked corporate filing system to obtain not-yet-public earnings reports.
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Other suggestions for 17" laptop that's penguin friendly

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 01:17 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Greetings... To the credit of Linux and System76 I'm about to pass a decade of use from my laptop which is a 17" PanP 5 I bought in 2009. It's now running Kubuntu 18.04 and still runs like a champ. Now my needs have grown to where I need to build Windows and Linux VM's for work and play, and the 4 Gigs of ram and 2 cores just won't cut it. So now I'm pricing laptops. Since System76 has done me well I'm eyeing the Kudu 17" with 16 gigs ram (can expand to 32 gigs later), i7-8750h processor, 120 Gig boot drive, and 2 TB secondary drive .. this is under $1300 which IMO beats most prices I'm seeing elsewhere. What other 17" laptops are out there that I should be considered? I've looked at the Dell XPS as many suggest, but it's like 13" and I really need 17". Also most of the other 17" laptops are around $2K or more, but I need to hang around $1500 or less. Thanks for any input.

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Other suggestions for 17" laptop that's penguin friendly

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 01:17 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Greetings... To the credit of Linux and System76 I'm about to pass a decade of use from my laptop which is a 17" PanP 5 I bought in 2009. It's now running Kubuntu 18.04 and still runs like a champ. Now my needs have grown to where I need to build Windows and Linux VM's for work and play, and the 4 Gigs of ram and 2 cores just won't cut it. So now I'm pricing laptops. Since System76 has done me well I'm eyeing the Kudu 17" with 16 gigs ram (can expand to 32 gigs later), i7-8750h processor, 120 Gig boot drive, and 2 TB secondary drive .. this is under $1300 which IMO beats most prices I'm seeing elsewhere. What other 17" laptops are out there that I should be considered? I've looked at the Dell XPS as many suggest, but it's like 13" and I really need 17". Also most of the other 17" laptops are around $2K or more, but I need to hang around $1500 or less. Thanks for any input.

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Djvu Ransomware Spreading New .TRO Variant Through Cracks & Adware Bundles

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:12 Uhr | Quelle bleepingcomputer.com
In December 2018, a new ransomware called Djvu, which could be a variant of STOP,  was released that has been heavily promoted through crack downloads & adware bundles. Originally, this ransomware would append a variation of the .djvu string as an extension to encrypted files, but a recent variant has switched to the .tro extension. [...]
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New Ethereum version postponed after discovery of serious security flaw

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:09 Uhr | Quelle zdnet.com
Ethereum Constantinople Upgrade hits last minute snag that saves many users from catastrophic losses.
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New Ethereum version postponed after discovery of serious security flaw

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:09 Uhr | Quelle zdnet.com
Ethereum Constantinople Upgrade hits last minute snag that saves many users from catastrophic losses.
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A Supercomputer In a 19th Century Church Is 'World's Most Beautiful Data Center'

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 01:03 Uhr | Quelle hardware.slashdot.org
"Motherboard spoke to the Barcelona Supercomputing Center about how it outfitted a deconsecrated 19th century chapel to host the MareNostrum 4 -- the 25th most powerful supercomputer in the world," writes Slashdot reader dmoberhaus. From the report: Heralded as the "most beautiful data center in the world," the MareNostrum supercomputer came online in 2005, but was originally hosted in a different building at the university. Meaning "our sea" in Latin, the original MareNostrum was capable of performing 42.35 teraflops -- 42.35 trillion operations per second -- making it one of the most powerful supercomputers in Europe at the time. Yet the MareNostrum rightly became known for its aesthetics as much as its computing power. According to Gemma Maspoch, head of communications for Barcelona Supercomputing Center, which oversees the MareNostrum facility, the decision to place the computer in a giant glass box inside a chapel was ultimately for practical reasons. "We were in need of hundreds of square meters without columns and the capacity to support 44.5 tons of weight," Maspoch told me in an email. "At the time there was not much available space at the university and the only room that satisfied our requirements was the Torre Girona chapel. We did not doubt it for a moment and we installed a supercomputer in it." According to Maspoch, the chapel required relatively few modifications to host the supercomputer, such as reinforcing the soil around the church so that it would hold the computer's weight and designing a glass box that would house the computer and help cool it. The supercomputer has been beefed up over the years. Most recently, the fourth iteration came online in 2017 "with a peak computing capacity of 11 thousand trillion operations per second (11.15 petaflops)," reports Motherboard. "MareNostrum 4 is spread over 48 server racks comprising a total of 3,456 nodes. A node consists of two Intel chips, each of which has 24 processors."

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EDGAR Wrong: Ukrainians hacked SEC, stole docs for inside trading, says Uncle Sam

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 00:55 Uhr | Quelle go.theregister.com

Crooks banked $270,000 in just one move, it is claimed

A pair of Ukranian hackers broke into America's financial watchdog to swipe insider info for stock traders, it is claimed.…


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Trying to make the game I'm developing work on Linux - looking for a playtester

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 00:54 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com

Hello,

I'm developing a little game with RPG Maker MV. With this engine, distributing a game build for Linux is supposed to work by just choosing a different checkbox. Unfortunately, I named many files very poorly and was told that these file names would work for Windows, but not for Linux.

I spent the last 2 days renaming every single picture file and re-emplementing them in the game to make the game run on Linux aswell. Now I'd like to make sure that my effort wasn't for nothing.

The game is a 200 MB file and takes about 2 hours to complete (it's only chapter 1). It's a 2D puzzle adventure game in which you play a young dragon who is trying to save the life of his mother. I would be really grateful if someone could playtest it for me. The game will soon be available for free on itch.io and I want to make sure that people have a working game when they download the Linux distribution. Screenshots of the game can be found in my post history. It would be a big relief to know that the game works properly from start to finish on Linux.

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Use Arp-Spoofing to Intercept Passwords Over Wi-Fi Using Ettercap [Tutorial]

IT Security Video vom 16.01.2019 um 00:40 Uhr | Quelle youtube.com

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Dragons invade The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr this summer

Windows Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 00:33 Uhr | Quelle feeds.windowscentral.com
Proper dragons are coming to The Elder Scrolls Online! Today, Bethesda announced the latest expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online called "Elsweyr." The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr takes you to dangerous locations where the Khajiiti cat people live. However, the twist this time around is that there are dragons roaming the skies which you probably have to fight. We'll find out more about the upcoming expansion in the coming months, but until then you can watch the spectacular reveal trailer. ...
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DNS Hijacking Worldwide; Cell Carriers Stop Selling Data - ThreatWire

IT Security Video vom 16.01.2019 um 00:30 Uhr | Quelle youtube.com

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Project Alias Hacks Amazon Echo and Google Home To Protect Your Privacy

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 00:20 Uhr | Quelle it.slashdot.org
fahrbot-bot writes: The gadget, called Alias, is an always-listening speaker, designed to fit on top of an Amazon Echo or Google Home, where it looks like a mass of melted candle wax. It's composed of a 3D-printed top layer, a mic array, a Raspberry Pi, and two speakers. It only connects to the internet during the initial setup process. Alias stays "off the grid" while you're using it, preventing your conversations from leaving the device. When the Alias hears its own (customizable) wake word, it'll stop broadcasting white noise and wake up Alexa or Google Assistant so you can use them as normal.

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[$] Ringing in a new asynchronous I/O API

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 00:09 Uhr | Quelle lwn.net
While the kernel has had support for asynchronous I/O (AIO) since the 2.5 development cycle, it has also had people complaining about AIO for about that long. The current interface is seen as difficult to use and inefficient; additionally, some types of I/O are better supported than others. That situation may be about to change with the introduction of a proposed new interface from Jens Axboe called "io_uring". As might be expected from the name, io_uring introduces just what the kernel needed more than anything else: yet another ring buffer.
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Google Summer of Code mentor projects sought

Linux Tipps vom 16.01.2019 um 00:07 Uhr | Quelle lwn.net
It is that time of year again: Google is looking for mentor projects for the 2019 Summer of Code. "GSoC is a global program that draws university student developers from around the world to contribute to open source. Each student spends three months working on a coding project, with the support of volunteer mentors, for participating open source organizations from late May to August. Last year 1,264 students worked with 206 open source organizations." The application deadline is February 6.
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Reddit Security Incident

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 00:02 Uhr | Quelle informationsecuritybuzz.com

Following the news that Reddit has locked user accounts whilst it investigates a potential security incident, Raj Samani, Chief Scientist and McAfee Fellow commented below. Raj Samani, Chief Scientist and McAfee: “Again, 330 million users find themselves grappling with the fact that hackers might have had the potential to access a treasure trove of their data, putting their privacy …

The ISBuzz Post: This Post Reddit Security Incident appeared first on Information Security Buzz.


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Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites Get Material Design

IT Security Nachrichten vom 16.01.2019 um 00:00 Uhr | Quelle bleepingcomputer.com
Google announced the adoption of Material Design in its Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites G Suite applications on the web, a new product look and feel which will be turned on by default for all end users [...]
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IDenticard Zero-Days Allow Corporate Building Access, Location Recon

IT Security Nachrichten vom 15.01.2019 um 23:43 Uhr | Quelle threatpost.com
Multiple hardcoded passwords allow attackers to create badges to gain building entry, access video surveillance feeds, manipulate databases and more.
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US Now Says All Online Gambling Illegal, Not Just Sports Bets

IT Security Nachrichten vom 15.01.2019 um 23:40 Uhr | Quelle news.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: The U.S. Justice Department's decision that all internet gambling is illegal will cast a pall on the industry as businesses and state lotteries evaluate the implications of the change and the government's plans to enforce it. The U.S. now says federal law bars all internet gambling, reversing its position from 2011 that only sports betting is prohibited under a law passed 50 years earlier. Although the federal law specifically prohibits transmission of wagers and related information across state lines, the Justice Department's new interpretation will impact all online gambling because as a practical matter it's difficult to guarantee that no payments are routed through other states, said Aaron Swerdlow, an attorney with Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro LLP in Los Angeles. The reversal was prompted by the department's criminal division, which prosecutes illegal gambling. The opinion issued about seven years ago that the 1961 Wire Act only banned sports gambling was a misinterpretation of the statute, according to a 23-page opinion by the department's Office of Legal Counsel dated Nov. 2 and made public Monday. The new reading of the law probably will be tested in the courts as judges may entertain challenges to the government's view of the law's scope, the Justice Department said. It may also affect states that began selling lottery tickets online after the 2011 opinion, as well as casinos that offer online gambling. In contrast, the Supreme Court last May "cleared the way [...] for states to legalize sports betting, striking down a 1992 federal law that had prohibited most states from authorizing sports betting."

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Senator Leahy Questions Barr about Carpenter Case, Future of Privacy

IT Security Nachrichten vom 15.01.2019 um 23:33 Uhr | Quelle reddit.com
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How to find the card reader in Device Manager on Windows 10

Betriebssysteme vom 15.01.2019 um 23:30 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com

Windows 10 doesn’t play nice with card readers. Getting one to work can often be tedious. Sometimes the card isn’t formatted correctly, other times the correct drivers haven’t been installed. If you’re having trouble getting Windows 10 to detect an SD card, you might need to check if the correct drivers are installed and if […]

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How to find the card reader in Device Manager on Windows 10

Windows Tipps vom 15.01.2019 um 23:30 Uhr | Quelle addictivetips.com

Windows 10 doesn’t play nice with card readers. Getting one to work can often be tedious. Sometimes the card isn’t formatted correctly, other times the correct drivers haven’t been installed. If you’re having trouble getting Windows 10 to detect an SD card, you might need to check if the correct drivers are installed and if […]

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'It's like they took a rug and covered it up': Flight booking web app used by scores of airlines still vuln to attack – claim

IT Security Nachrichten vom 15.01.2019 um 23:26 Uhr | Quelle go.theregister.com

Security hole can still be exploited to tamper with journeys, warn infosec bods

Exclusive  A security hole in a widely used airline reservation system remains open to exploit, allowing miscreants to edit strangers' travel details online, The Register has learned. A fix to close the vulnerability was incomplete, and thus ineffective, it is claimed.…


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