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Inverse Spectre Attack Vulnerability Discovered Affecting all Intel Processors of the Last Decade

After the discovery of the Spectre and Meltdown class vulnerabilities, a fifth Intel processor affecting vulnerability has been discovered by…

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Gopher is Developing gEYE Cyber Security System For AI IoT Network

Gopher Protocol Inc, a firm that specializes in the creation of IoT and artificial intelligence enabled devices, is now working…

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No Man’s Sky Creator wants to “communicate better” with fans

No Man’s Sky No Man’s Sky is an action adventure space survival game developed by Hello Games. The game was…

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PUBG Mobile July update adds War Mode and a Clan system

The mobile version of the popular battle royale game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, received a significant update today. PUBG Mobile is a…

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iSecCon 2018 Set To Be The Greatest CyberSecurity Conference Of The Year: Final Call For Presenter Abstracts

The Intel Security Conference (iSecCon) 2018 is a platform where security experts from corporations and the government as well as…

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Security Bypass Vulnerability Found Affecting Several WireShark Versions from 0.10 to 2.6.2

A bypass security vulnerability is discovered in the Wireshark network protocol analyzer. The vulnerability, labeled CVE-2018-14438, affects the free open…

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SteamOS 2.154 Brewmaster Updates a Ton of Security Fixes, Valve Will Focus on Kernel and Drivers Next

Valve has just released SteamOS 2.154 as their latest Brewmaster upgrade, which brings a ton of security fixes and other…

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Canonical Releases Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and 16.04.4 LTS Kernel Patches to Address Boot Failures

After patching a regression that caused boot failures on some AMD machines in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and then releasing a…

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Tenda AC9 AC7 AC10 Routers are Vulnerable to Buffer Flow Resulting in a DoS

Yuan Ming of the Network and Information Security Lab at Tsinghua University in Beijing discovered a buffer overflow vulnerability in…

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DNS Rebinding Vulnerability In MITMWEB Interface Allows Remote Python Script Execution

The CVE-2018-14505 label was given to a vulnerability discovered in Mitmproxy’s web-based user interface, mitmweb. The vulnerability was initially encountered…

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WhatsApp Remains Committed to User Privacy Amidst Government Backlash in India

Anonymity on the internet is something governments absolutely hate – and the government of India is no exception. India’s Ministry…

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CastleStorm comes to Nintendo Switch in August

CastleStorm is a unique 2D physics castle destruction game by Zen Studios. The game is a mashup of the tower…

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Galaxy Note 9 to Feature 128GB of Onboard Storage for the Base Model and Could Go as High as 512GB

The Galaxy Note 9 is set to launch on the 9th of August and in more than one way, it is…

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CMSMS v2.2.5 Vulnerable to Code Execution on The Server Through File Upload

A vulnerability labelled CVE-2018-1000094 has been discovered in version 2.2.5 of CMS Made Simple in which a text file can…

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ReactOS 0.4.9 is Entirely Self-Hosting and Fixes FastFAT Crashes

ReactOS, the “free Windows clone” operating system, has pushed out ReactOS 0.4.9 just recently, which brings a whole slew of…

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HD Audio Issues in AMDGPU Drivers Receive Patch, DRM Can Now Handle Hot-Plugging

While Radeon / AMD GPU’s have been getting better Linux support with newer GPU models, the audio support has been…

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The New iPhone Chargers may require C-AUTH certification to fast charge at 18w

It is rumored that the new iPhones to be released this year will come with 18w fast chargers inside the…

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Bixby 2.0 will support third party apps and improve AI, speech recognition and more on the Galaxy Note 9

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be revealed in a launch event on August 9. Alongside the flagship phone…

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Nintendo sues two major ROM sites

The Internet is filled with websites that host ROMs for Nintendo consoles. These ROMs are used by people all over…

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Kirin 980 Rumoured to Feature a 2nd Gen NPU that Can Make 5 trillion calculations per watt

The Huawei Kirin 970 chipset is found in several smartphones, including the company’s first-ever triple-lens camera flagship, the P20 Pro.…

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Huawei Bootloader Unlocks No Longer Available as of 23 June 2018

Yesterday was the official last day for Huawei device users to request their bootloader unlock codes through the Huawei Bootloader…

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Linux 4.18-RC6 Brings Network and Driver Fixes Including 32-Bit VM Fallout Fix

Linux users can now evaluate the sixth weekly test release of the Linux 4.18 kernel, titled Linux 4.18-rc6. This release…

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Microsoft update KB4345421 totally breaks .NET Framework, no workaround available

Microsoft just recently confirmed in a blog post that the cumulative update KB4345421 has a botched .NET Framework patch, which…

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Microsoft’s DNSLint Utility QL Switch Could Allow Remote Files to Be Downloaded

The Microsoft DNSLint utility works to diagnose Domain Name System (DNS) name lookup issues related to the IP addresses allotted…

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Dynamic sandbox MMO Fractured receives housing update ahead of release

Dynamight Studios, an Italian based video game startup, has been working on an upcoming MMO game Fractured. The game is…

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