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Nvidia GTX 1180 Spotted In AIDA64 Benchmark

Nvidia GTX 1180 is supposed to be the top of the line graphics card in the next generation graphics and…

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InPrivate Desktop Sandbox Feature for Windows 10 Enterprise Allows Admins to Test Risky Software Without Fear of it Affecting the OS

Running unknown software or files from an untrustworthy origin is a risky gig. It comes forward as a wonderful innovation,…

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Dell EMC Data Protection Advisor Versions 6.2 – 6.5 found Vulnerable to XML External Entity (XEE) Injection & DoS Crash

An XML External Entity (XEE) injection vulnerability has been discovered in Dell’s EMC Data Protection Advisor’s version 6.4 through 6.5.…

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Surface Pro 3 Firmware Update 3.11.2450.0 “Improves Device Security”

Microsoft’s flagship 2-in-1 laptop product, the Surface Pro, has just released an update for its 3rd generation model from 2014:…

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Ring 0 Army Knife (r0ak) Read, Write, and Debugging Execution Tool Released ahead of Black Hat USA 2018

In a tweet by Alex Ionescu, Vice President of EDR Strategy at CrowdStrike, Inc., he announced the release of the…

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PUBG ‘Fix The Game’ Campaign Aims to Fix Bugs, Optimizations and QoL Improvements

In the current state of the game, it is clear to everyone that PUBG has a long way to go.…

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PUBG HUD Map Markers Removed After Controversy Regarding Game Balance

Last week, developers of popular battle royale game, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, made some changes to the in-game marker system. This change…

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Your Next Apple Mac Product Might Soon Unlock Itself Just By Recognizing Your Face

The Face ID was a welcome change and most iPhone X users as it is a convenient way to unlock…

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iPhone Chip Manufacturing Halts as TSMC’s Network is Hit by WannaCry Variant Virus

Following the rumors of a delayed shipment of Apple’s latest iPhone, the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has come forward…

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Rainbow Six Siege’s Upcoming Operation is titled Grim Sky

As Operation Para Bellum, the second season of the third year of Rainbow Six Siege, comes to a close, the…

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X.Org Server 1.20.1 Point Release Addresses Many Bugs including XWayland and Mesa

The first point release for X.Org Server 1.20 has been released today (xorg-server 1.20.1) and it is chock full of…

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Windows Timeline Support Gets Taken Down By AppDex Due To Alleged Trademark Infringement

Microsoft had recently released a very nifty tool on their Windows platform called Windows Timeline. What it essentially did was…

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H1Z1 Battle Royale Officially Launches on PlayStation 4, Season One Battle Pass Available

Earlier this year in April, Daybreak Games announced that they will be bringing their iconic battle royale to PlayStation 4.…

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Fortnite Update 5.20 Adds Double Barrel Shotgun and Steady Storm LTM

The double barrel shotgun for Fortnite Battle Royale was teased and data mined a while ago. Today, patch 5.20 for…

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Edge Security Developer Requests Speck Crypto be Pulled From Linux Kernel, as Google Abandoned It

Google recently announced it will not be using the Speck crypto code, which was created for disk encryption on low-end…

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STACKLEAK Security Added to Linux 4.19 Kernel to Prevent Stack Attacks

A few days ago we covered Enhanced IBRS as mitigation against Spectre attacks being added to Linux 4.19 kernel, and…

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Surviving Mars is Getting Two Free Content Updates. Sandbox Mode, Harder Difficulty, and More

Surviving Mars is a game made by Haemimont Games that pits you against the rough terrain of Mars while you…

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Frostpunk People and Automatons Update lets you Rename People and Machines

Frostpunk, the city building survival game by 11 bit studios, has been receiving a steady stream of updates ever since…

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HP Releases Critical Firmware Updates for 2 Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities affecting 166 printer models

HP offered a $100,000 cash prize to researchers who could find vulnerabilities in its printer products just days ago, and…

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Firefox’s Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR) may let Cloudflare and the US Government Spy on your Browsing Activity

Mozilla Firefox is expected to introduce two new features in its next patch: DNS over HTTPs (DoH) and Trusted Recursive…

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Qualys announced Out-of-Band Configuration Assessment (OCA) for its Cloud Platform

Running on the motto “everything visible, everything secure,” Qualys, Inc. has just come out with another IT security solution that…

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PMKID Vulnerability that bypasses 4-way Handshake discovered in WPA2 WiFI Encryption

WPA / WPA2 have long been determined to be the most secure form of WiFi encryption. In October of 2017,…

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The Bard’s Tale Trilogy, a Remaster of the RPG Series, Releases August 14th

The Bard’s Tale is an action RPG game developed and published by inXile Entertainment. The series is an old classic…

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CCLeaner 5.45 Pulled from Piriform Website, Reverts to 5.44 Following User Complaints

Last week, we covered some of the controversial changes in the latest version of CCleaner 5.45 and its lack of…

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Apple Will Finally Be Launching a Dual-SIM iPhone but It Might Only Be Limited to a Single Country

Ever since the launch of the first-ever iPhone, Apple has always limited its smartphones and tablets to a single SIM…

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