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HashiCorp tool detects configuration drift • The Register

HashiConf HashiCorp has opened its Amsterdam conference with a series of product announcements including a rewarding look at infrastructure shift and a private beta for HCP Waypoint. The first, currently in public beta, is called Drift Detection for Terraform Cloud and is designed to keep an eye on the health …

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This $150 biodegradable keyboard has an Intel processor inside

In short: A London-based company called Pentaform plans to start selling a biodegradable keyboard that can run Windows 10 for just $150 later this month. It developed the system, branded AbacusBasic, to help people who otherwise could not afford a computer to connect to the Internet. According to Pentaform, the …

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DeadBolt ransomware dares another attack on QNAP storage • The Register

QNAP is warning users of another wave of DeadBolt ransomware attacks on its network-attached storage (NAS) devices – and urging customers to update their devices’ QTS or QuTS Hero operating systems to the latest versions. The latest outbreak — detailed in a Friday guide — is at least the DeadBolt …

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MediaTek Genio 1200 Linux System-on-Module supports Cortex-A78/A55 AIoT development kit

ADLINK Technology just introduced the SMARC 2.1 compliant LEC-MTK-I12000 System-on-Module (SoM) powered by a MediaTek Genio 1200 octa-core Cortex-A78/A55 AIoT processor coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and 256 GB UFS storage is powered by the I-Pi SMARC 1200 development kit, designed for robotics and AIoT applications. LEC-MTK-I1200 SoM …

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China-Sponsored Gallium Upgrades Using Sneaky PingPull RAT • The Register

The Gallium Group, believed to be a Chinese state-sponsored team, is going to war with an updated Remote Access Trojan (RAT) that threat hunters say is difficult to detect. The deployment of this “ping-pull” RAT comes as the gang expands the types of organizations in its sights from telecommunications companies …

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UK watchdog tries to make mobile browsers competitive • The Register

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Friday it intends to launch an investigation into Apple’s and Google’s market power in relation to mobile browsers and cloud gaming, and to take enforcement action against Google over its App Store payment practices. “When it comes to how people use …

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Chinese ‘Aoqin Dragon’ gang wages ten-year spy spree • The Register

Sentinel Labs threat researcher Joey Chen says he spent a decade uncovering cyberattacks that he likes to attribute to a single Chinese gang. Chen has dubbed the group Aoqin Dragon, saying their target is espionage and that they favor targets in Australia, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Vietnam. The gang …

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Western Digital considering flash and HDD spinouts • The Register

Western Digital has confirmed that its board is considering “strategic alternatives” for the storage provider, including spinning off its flash and hard drive businesses. This follows calls last month from activist investor Elliott Management, which has amassed a $1 billion investment in WD, which equates to a 6 percent stake, …

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Which package manager to use and when

IT teams running workloads on Ubuntu Linux have not one but two software package managers to work with: snap and apt. Although both snap and apt automate the installation, management, and removal of software packages, they work in different ways. A company’s decision between snap or apt depends on …

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Split Flap Airport Displays – The Story of the Solari Board

The split-flap departure and arrival boards that were once a regular feature at airports around the world have all but disappeared as LED and digital screens have taken over. But her legacy lives on as the sight and sound of excited trepidation for millions of travelers as they embarked on …

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Orion is a browser for macOS that supports Firefox and Chrome extensions

Orion is a new web browser for macOS that has entered public beta testing. Kagi’s app uses Apple’s Webkit engine and includes many customization options. Because it is based on the same engine as Safari, Orion has native support for Apple Silicon such as the M1 processor. Orion Browser for …

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Azure Active Directory logs are delayed, alerts are affected • The Register

Microsoft has warned users that Azure Active Directory does not currently produce reliable sign-in logs. “Customers using Azure Active Directory and other downstream affected services may experience a significant delay in the availability of log data for resources,” explains the Azure status page. Tools like Azure Portal, MSGraph, Log Analytics, …

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Global business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce market is

NEW DELHI, May 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global business-to-business e-commerce market is anticipated to register at a CAGR of 14.1% during the forecast period 2022-2027. The global B2B e-commerce market should reach $18,771.4 billion by 2027. The increased focus on digital experiences, the rising popularity of specialized B2B …

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Chrome for Windows, Mac, Linux receives update version 102 with 32 security fixes

Google has released a new Chrome update for Windows, macOS and Linux. The Chrome update for version 102 fixes a total of 32 security issues, according to the company. Google says the latest Chrome update is also available for the extended stable channels for Windows and Mac. However, the Chrome …

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Activists warn of improvements to Privacy Shield • The Register

European privacy activist Max Schrems warns that improvements to the EU-US Privacy Shield data sharing agreements could be legally challenged unless negotiators take a fresh approach. In an open letter, Schrems — the attorney behind the Schrems II ruling that ended the transatlantic data exchange agreement — said US assurances …

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Zoom chat messages can infect devices with malware • The Register

Zoom has fixed a vulnerability in its video conferencing software that a malefactor could exploit using chat messages to run potentially malicious code on a victim’s device. The bug, tracked as CVE-2022-22787, received a CVSS severity of 5.9 out of 10, making it a medium-severity vulnerability. It affects Zoom Client …

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AMD unveils 5nm Ryzen 7000 with Zen 4 cores • The Register

AMD has revealed more details of its Zen 4 processor architecture, a desktop CPU that makes it work, and a socket for this product. The CPUs will be called RYZEN 7000 and will feature the Zen 4 architecture, based on a 5nm process from TSMC, according to AMD CEO Lisa …

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Switching to Linux OS isn’t as scary as you think – here’s why

For longtime Windows and macOS users, the thought of switching to Linux is terrifying. But if Linux is just as good (and frankly much more secure), why not switch? Linux operating systems are often the first choice for the tech savvy or computer enthusiast, hence it is considered almost exclusive …

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BLE Phone-as-a-Key vulnerability allows access to Tesla Model 3 • The Register

Tesla Model 3 and Y owners, beware: Your vehicle’s passive entry feature could potentially be fooled by a new form of relay attack. Discovered and tested by NCC Group researchers, the attack allows anyone with a tool similar to NCC’s to transmit the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) signal from a …

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Autonomous networks just five years away, says Juniper CEO • The Register

AI will fully automate the network within five years, Rami Rahim, Juniper’s CEO, boasted at the company’s Global Summit this week. “I firmly believe that the future, like today, will have a need for a self-driving car, that the future will revolve around a self-driving network where people literally don’t …

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The Zerto 9.5 update adds Linux support and multi-cloud storage

Zerto’s latest update to its Zerto platform adds support for Linux data recovery, a major upgrade for Kubernetes users, and new features for Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform users. The Zerto 9.5 update, now generally available to Zerto customers, brings new features to help organizations build cyber resiliency …

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10 big announcements from Red Hat Summit 2022

IBM subsidiary Red Hat used its annual summit event to whet the appetite of developers for the upcoming latest version of their operating system Red Hat Enterprise Linux and to provide more information about the new features of RHEL 9 around edge computing, security and automation . The Red Hat …

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Logitech releases a new mouse with an ergonomic and sustainable focus

Logitech has announced the Logitech Signature M650 Mouse and Signature M650 for Business Wireless Mouse, both with new ergonomic features and capabilities. With two different sizes and a left-handed option, the new device offers better, more personalized experiences for a wider range of customers, according to the company. They say …

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Microsoft Edge has ousted Apple’s Safari in browser popularity

Microsoft Edge has overtaken Apple’s Safari to become the second most popular desktop browser in the world, based on data provided by web analytics service StatCounter. In February, Microsoft Edge was on the verge of catching Safari with less than half a percentage point (9.54% to 9.84%) between the two …

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Linux Operating System Market Global Industry Research Analysis and Forecast 2022 to 2027

Global market for Linux operating systems provides the latest impact of COVID-19 on the global or regional Linux operating system market. This study covers the global Linux market share, competition landscape, market shares, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels and distributors. The Linux Operating System …

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Google warns that Chrome users’ browser has been hacked

from: Marley Kayden, Nextstar Media Wire Sent: 4/30/2022 / 11:16 am CDT Updated: 4/30/2022 / 11:16 am CDT (NewsNation) – If you use Google Chrome as your internet browser, be careful: your information could be compromised. Google issued an alert warning billions of Chrome users that the browser had been …

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Orbbec Persee+ 3D Camera integrates Neural Processing Unit for AI/ML applications

April 27, 2022 — by Giorgio Mendoza 2 views Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Reddit Pinterest E-mail The Persee+ 3D camera is the 2nd generation of the camera computer line developed by Orbbec. The SoC (System on Chip) features Orbbec’s Astra 3D+ camera and an integrated ARM processor optimized for artificial intelligence …

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Go faster with our pre-engineered chip subsystems • The Register

The belief that IoT would become Arm’s key growth driver never played out in the way owner SoftBank Group expected, but the British chip designer is still doing everything it can to keep IoT developers busy with a variety of new offerings that will to speed up development significantly. On …

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The 7 Best IDEs and Text Editors for C# Developers

Software developers use integrated development environments (IDEs) and text editors every day. Having a good text editor or IDE and knowing how to use it efficiently is essential for productivity. In this guide, we’ll take a look at some of the best text editors and IDEs you can use for …

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It wasn’t easy for a black man hired to reverse a Confederate legacy

Mr Henry called the investigation “ridiculous” and added: “There was nothing shameful going on.” When asked to comment on the dispute, Ms Gray, who lost to Mr Stoney in the 2020 Richmond mayoral election, said: only that the move work “should have cost a lot less than it did.” With …

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Group IT Manager – IT Online

main purpose Leading and managing a functional team supporting the IT needs for the group companies. monitor our company’s hardware, software and computer networks, as well as Sage’s ERP system. Responsibilities include monitoring network infrastructure and resolving system issues, as well as third-party management. The job holder should have a …

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KIOXIA KumoScale™ Software v3.20 features deployment flexibility, NVIDIA Magnum IO GPUDirect storage, and OpenID Connect support

TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kioxia Corporation, a global leader in storage solutions, has released version 3.20 of its KumoScale™ storage software, which is based on the NVM Express™ over Fabrics (NVMe-oF™) protocol. Designed for cloud-centric, data center-scale deployment, the KumoScale storage platform offers high-performance NVM Express (NVMe™) flash storage as a disaggregated network …

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White box server market size, trends and forecast

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Research offers an encyclopedic study of the White box server market with holistic insights into important factors and aspects affecting the future growth of the market. The White Box Servers Market has been analyzed for the forecast period 2022-2029 and the historical period …

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Microsoft Edge 100 improves Sleeping Tabs ability to save more resources

Microsoft Edge 100 was released a few days ago and is essentially a security update. The Redmond-based company highlighted that the latest version improves browser performance with a more optimized version of Sleeping Tabs. The feature debuted in September 2020 when Edge Canary 87 was released. It was rolled out …

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Upcoming Chrome Feature Lets You Organize Tabs With Keyboard Shortcuts – Review Geek

Google Tab organization is just a click away in the latest Chrome Canary for Windows build, which lets you reorganize tabs with simple keyboard shortcuts. Although this feature is still in beta, we expect it in the next stable Chrome release (version 102). The keyboard shortcut (Ctrl + Shift + …

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5 Tools to Easier Encryption Key Management

If you use SSH or services that require encryption keys, it can be difficult to securely store this data to give you secure access to your accounts. Here are some services to help you keep track. Image: jijomathai/Adobe Stock Essential reading on safety Keep these keys haphazard and they could …

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NTT Finds Partners to Accelerate Data Center Builds • The Register

Japanese giant NTT has found a friend to help fund a planned expansion of its data center fleet. That partner is Australian firm Macquarie Asset Management – a company that already has $545.7 billion in assets under management. Under the new agreement, Macquarie will spend approximately $800 million to acquire …

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Boston Dynamics’ latest robot is a workhorse in the warehouse • The Register

Robotics company Boston Dynamics is releasing one of its latest robots more broadly: a mobile, autonomous arm called Stretch. Stretch features a vacuum gripper arm capable of handling a variety of box types and sizes up to 50 pounds (≈22.7 kg). Its footprint is roughly that of a warehouse pallet …

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Cybersecurity vendors assess the impact of the recent OpenSSL vulnerability

Cybersecurity, cloud, storage and other providers are assessing the impact of a recent OpenSSL vulnerability on their products and services. Updates released by the OpenSSL project earlier this month fix a high-level Denial-of-Service (DoS) vulnerability related to certificate parsing. The vulnerability tracked as CVE-2022-0778 and reported by Google vulnerability researcher …

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Yes, you can ensure your technology survives obsolescence

First we buy a gadget. Over the next few years, the manufacturer occasionally releases a software update that fixes bugs and protects us from vulnerabilities. One day these updates will stop coming. According to popular belief, this is the time to buy a new device. But what if not? The …

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30% of Log4j instances remain vulnerable to exploitation

More than two months after the discovery of the Log4j vulnerabilities known as Log4Shell, cybersecurity firm Qualys says 30% of Log4j instances remain vulnerable to hackers who can exploit affected systems and take control. The company indexed more than 10 trillion data points across its installed enterprise customer base and …

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24x7ServerSecurity now offers server management support in India

Based in India, 24x7ServerSecurity is a premier technical support company providing 24×7 outsourced technical support, server security and server management services to hosting companies. For over seven years the company has grown and earned a respected reputation as one of India’s most reliable engineering industries. Their technical experts are highly …

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Bullshit System/360 fix exposed to all • The Register

Who I? A to register The reader is tripped up by the curse of software updates decades before Patch Tuesday was a wink in Microsoft’s eyes. Some things never change. Welcome to Who Me? Our story this week comes from “Ivor” thanks to his experience with punch cards and the …

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Introducing Google Tips Steam for select Alpha-released Chromebooks

If you’ve always wanted to play your Steam game library on a Chromebook, there’s good news: Google is starting to bring Steam to Chrome OS. The company casually dropped the announcement Tuesday during the Google for Games Developer Summit. “Steam Alpha has just launched, making this long-running PC game store …

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Russia calls Meta an “extremist organization, bans Instagram • The Register

The Russian Investigative Committee, the country’s highest crime and anti-corruption investigative body, has launched an investigation to determine whether Meta is an extremist organization. The move follows Meta’s decision last week to relax rules on admonitions to commit violence, which it posted on its Facebook and Instagram pages — but …

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Zorin 16.1 released for Linux newbies • The Register

Zorin 16.1 is here, marking the Linux distribution’s first major update since it was released in August. Outrageously user-friendly, with an interface that probably won’t put off Windows or Mac users, the most noticeable element of the update is LibreOffice 7.3, packed with better Microsoft Office compatibility, improved performance, and …

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Updated: Russia invades Ukraine: Impact on US companies

Updated March 10, 2022 5:00 p.m. (EST) Russia attacked Ukraine from multiple fronts early Thursday, deploying troops, tanks, military aircraft, missiles and cyberattacks. The US and European governments responded by promising to tighten sanctions imposed earlier in the week as Russia prepared to invade. The following are stories from various …

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WISeKey’s WISeID platform helps individuals and businesses

WISeKey‘S WISeID platform Helves Iindividuals and Ccompany Rraising Cover security Risks WISeKey offers for free access to Cyber ​​Security Services to everyone in need from to protecteng their digital assets GENEVA – march 92022: WISeKey International Holding Ltd. (“WISeKey”) (SIX: WIHN, NASDAQ: WKEY), a global leader in cybersecurity, AI, blockchain …

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4 Best Linux Open Source Firewall for Cyber ​​Security – 2022

To protect our system from the outside world, we need a dedicated software platform called “Firewall”. In this article, we will discuss some of the most popular Linux-based open-source firewalls to protect networks and computers from cyber security threats. We need a well-configured firewall, which is a key component of …

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Photonics startup Luminous Computing raises $105 million in Series A • The Register

Luminous Computing, a startup using photonics to advance artificial intelligence, has raised venture capital and received $105 million in Series A funding from a number of investors including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. Founded in 2018, the Bay Area upstart announced the funding round, which included companies including Gigafund, 8090 Partners, …

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Embedded Software Engineer at Let’s Recruit

Open positions in Centurion and Cape Town for B Eng & M Eng Computer and Electrical Engineering graduates with a strong interest in embedded systems product development. Experience level: University graduates are invited to apply – the company offers a supportive working environment for young applicants. Experienced engineers are also …

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Windows 11 usage continued to increase in February 2022

According to AdDuplex, the proportion of users using Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system continued to rise in February 2022. The usage share of the latest version of Windows 10, Windows 10 Version 21H2, also increased. Third-party services track operating system usage percentage changes because Microsoft doesn’t publish usage information. The …

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Intel chooses Magdeburg as EU mega factory • The Register

Intel has reportedly decided to build a new chip-making mega-fab at a site in Magdeburg in eastern Germany, after considering sites in France, Belgium, Poland and the Netherlands. The chip manufacturer previously announced plans to invest up to 80 billion euros in new semiconductor factories in Europe. Germany was high …

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4 Best ARM Linux Laptops to Buy Right Now

With transistors already approaching their physical size limits, many would agree that ARM-based CPUs will soon replace x86-based CPUs. For this reason, experienced laptop manufacturers and start-up companies have entered the race to develop and produce high-quality ARM laptops for the new market. And since efficiency is the main advantage …

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Drug developed by AI to treat lung disease tested in humans • The Register

According to biotech startup Insilico Medicine, the first phase of clinical trials testing a drug developed by AI to treat a chronic lung disease is now underway. Using deep learning to discover new drugs is a relatively recent development in the pharmaceutical industry, and machine learning algorithms are well suited …

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Supply Chain Attacks: How cybercriminals exploit trust between companies

Previous story: India’s largest digital healthcare company MediBuddy raises $125 million in Series C funding Supply Chain Attacks: How cybercriminals exploit trust between companies Published on February 23, 2022 With a 650 percent increase in supply chain attacks, Check Point Software says implementing a least privilege access policy, network segmentation, …

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The European Union is taking China to the WTO over smartphone patents • The Register

The European Union has signaled its intention to file a dispute with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over China’s handling of intellectual property used in mobile phones. The EU’s action, announced late last week, is not yet on the WTO’s dispute settlement list, but a statement outlined the dispute, centered …

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A tentative greeting to 20 years of .NET – The New Stack

With the 20th anniversary of .NET approaching this week, Microsoft is pulling out all the stops to celebrate what it calls “the favorite framework by developers for three straight years – 2019, 2020, 2021, according to the Developer Survey of Stack Overflow.” First introduced in 2002, .NET is in a …

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Microchip’s TSN Ethernet switches for industrial automation networks

Article by: Microchip Technology Inc. Microchip LAN9668 TSN Switching Devices provide IEEE standard compliant features in the industry’s first switching solution that enables traffic flows with lower latency and higher clock accuracy. Factory automation increases efficiencies, from reducing handling and storage to improving throughput. Connected warehouses and other industrial ecosystems …

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The Android 13 virtualization hack runs Windows (and Doom) in a VM on top of Android

Windows 11 on the Pixel 6! Microsoft finally has the mobile operating system it’s always wanted. Here’s a fun new feature of Android 13: working virtualization support. Google is building virtualization into Android for its own reasons, but Android developers kdrag0n seized the ability to boot from ARM Windows11 and …

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Farewell to Microsoft’s Ninjacat • The Register

The Microsoft Windows Insider Program is preparing to bid farewell to the Ninjacat imagery and replace the headband-wearing cat with something more akin to a corporate health plan. While old favorites like Clippy seem to be enjoying a renaissance, Microsoft is poised to shove its furry friend into the same …

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Intel wants customers to pay for additional features on CPUs after they buy them

Linux 5.18 won’t be released until spring 2022, but that doesn’t stop Intel from supporting its new Software Defined Silicon (SDSi) mechanism in the open-source operating system. The new Intel SDSi enables Xeon processors to install features and updates directly on the processor immediately after purchase. Intel’s Sapphire Rapids series …

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IT Security Certifications You Need Today (2022)

Information technology security certifications benefit both employees and the companies they work for. IT professionals with IT security certifications help mitigate cyber threats and attacks that can cost organizations approximately $400 billion annually. Investing in IT staff with advanced security certifications reduces a company’s chances of contributing to these sunk …

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Professional certificate for open source software development on edXLinux

The Linux Foundation offers three new courses focused on developing open source software using Linux and Git on the edX platform. Take all three to earn a professional certificate. The Linux Foundation has been running courses on edX since 2014 and we reported on it in 2020 Introduction …

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Pluribus NOS upgrades target Kubernetes, cloud fabric management

Pluribus Networks has significantly updated its switch fabric software to better handle distributed, containerized enterprise cloud resources. The upgrades add three new fabric monitoring capabilities – FlowTracker, KubeTracker and Virtualized Packet Broker Service – to Netvisor One, the company’s virtualized Linux-based NOS that provides Layer 2 and Layer 3 networking …

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Cisco Reveals Three Critical Vulnerabilities in Small Business Routers • The Register

Cisco has uncovered five critical flaws, three of which have a 10/10 rating on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System, affecting four of its router family targeted at small businesses. And patches are only available for two of the affected areas. The bugs affect the RV160, RV260, RV340 and RV345 products, …

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Released updates for several security vulnerabilities found in 42 Gears SureMDM products

Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered in the SureMDM device management solution sold by 42 Gears, prompting the company to release a series of updates to address the issues. Immersive Labs published a detailed breakdown of vulnerabilities – one of which is critical – affecting SureMDM’s Linux agent and web console. Kevin …

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Marc Dillon from Jolla visits Nokia Chronicles

Aussies have done it again. They brought in a real rock star and ex Nokia and sadly now an ex Jolla guy, Marc Dillon. Many may know Marc as the founder of Jolla in 2011. He worked on developing the MeeGo software for the Nokia N9 and when it was …

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RedHat executive stresses the need for companies to create “digital leaders.”

CNME Editor Mark Forker secured an exclusive interview with industry veteran Philip Andrews, Vice President and General Manager of RedHat CEMEA, to learn more about their open source business strategy, how their product portfolio has diversified over the years, and the needs of businesses.” Digital Leaders” to advance key projects. …

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IBM confirms new mainframe to arrive ‘late’ in first half of 2022 • The Register

IBM has confirmed that a new model of its Z-series mainframes will launch “later in the first half” of 2022, emphasizing the new device’s debut as a source of improved revenue for the company’s infrastructure business. CFO James Kavanaugh put the release on the roadmap during Big Blue’s fourth-quarter 2021 …

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VMware: commercial agreement with Dell

by Analytics Insight January 23, 2022 Dell and VMware’s select committee of independent directors have agreed on terms that include a significant simplification of the company’s ownership structure challenges Here are the top 5 performance management challenges in VMware environments: Slow and complex problem diagnosis – 49% Lack of visibility …

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The pros and cons of using the Windows subsystem for Linux

Announcing that the Windows Subsystem for Linux would allow Windows users to run native Linux apps on their computers seemed like a real “when pigs fly” moment. It’s certainly easy to run Linux and Windows on WSL without dual booting or using a virtual machine, but are there any downsides …

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ONLYOFFICE productivity software reaches version 7 • The Register

Another productivity competitor, ONLYOFFICE Docs, has reached version 7, introducing fillable forms and several optimizations to its web and desktop applications. ONLYOFFICE is another option for users looking for an alternative to the tech giants and is currently available in a self-hosted or desktop form. According to the team, a …

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DevOps, Pandemics and the Cloud-y Future of 2022 – The New Stack

When I wrote the post “DevOps, DevApps, and the Death of Infrastructure” last year, I saw a lot to come, often influenced by the pandemic. In 2020, McKinsey and co. realized that digital transformation had accelerated around the world due to the pandemic. As we closed 2021 with fresh thoughts …

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CrowdStrike extends Zero Trust support to macOS and Linux

CrowdStrike has extended its Zero Trust support to macOS and Linux to further help with cross-platform protection and expanding partnerships. The company says the new CrowdStrike Falcon Zero Trust Assessment (ZTA) will include a data-centric approach to securely managing cloud networks, with an additional focus on identity controls and protection. …

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Threat group Elephant Beetle involved in financial theft of millions of dollars of small amounts over long periods of time

Sygnia’s Incident Response team discovered a threat group that was conducting financial theft, discreetly stealing millions of dollars from the systems of financial and commercial firms while hiding in plain sight. The group works on victims’ networks for months while examining their financial systems and introducing fraudulent transactions into regular …

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The Biden administration is due to meet with big tech companies Thursday over national software security concerns

By Sean Lyngaas, CNN Biden administration officials are set to meet with key software developers and big tech companies like Apple and Google on Thursday to discuss ways to make open-source computer code more secure after a critical vulnerability emerged last month, reported by the US -Officials said it could …

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City of Toledo | The MLK Experience 2022 in honor of the civil rights leader …

The City of Toledo and the University of Toledo are proud to present civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during the 21st annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to recognize Unity Day. This year, the Toledo Museum of Art, Alpha Phi Alpha and the City of Toledo Human Relations …

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Linux 5.17, to release improvements and optimizations for Intel, AMD, and even Apple M1, offers AMD P-state capability

Tomorrow Linux 5.16 should be released, the latest and most stable kernel that delivers massive improvements to start 2022 on a strong footing. Linux users and enthusiasts are very excited about this new update and even more looking forward to 5.17, the predecessor of tomorrow’s kernel, which will show some …

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GM Announces Line of Electric Vehicles Including Silverado EV and Ultium EV Platform – IoT World Today

GM’s Ultium EV platform, developed in collaboration with LG, will be the all-electric Cadillac Celstiq. of the company General Motors presented its upcoming EV series as well as a new battery cell and drive architecture at CES 2022. GM’s Ultium EV platform, developed in partnership with LG, will underpin the …

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BitRouter introduces the ATSC 3.0 software on the CES Android app version

LAS VEGAS—BitRouter announced the availability of the Android app version of its ATSC 3.0 software at CES 2022 today. The ATV app can be ported to any Android device that supports ATSC tuners and a Dolby AC-4 certified system on a chip (SoC), according to the company. The company’s ATSC …

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Real-time embedded operating systems for the IoT market to witness widespread expansion in 2022-2028 – Linux, Amperex Technology Ltd. (ATL), IXYS Corporation – Industrial IT

Latest Embedded Real-Time Operating Systems For IoT Market Statistical Survey Report covers a complete assessment of Real-Time Embedded Operating Systems for IoT Industry and includes the variables that affect the company’s revenue stream in the evaluated course of events. In addition, there is an expressive framework for the open opportunities …

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Chinese police hunt down foreign critics with advanced technology

For Chinese security forces, the effort is a daring extension of an assignment that previously focused on Chinese platforms and the most prominent foreign dissidents. Now, violations can have quick effects as simply as posting a critical article on Twitter – or, in the case of 23-year-old Ms. Chen, quoting …

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Use these free, publicly available Log4j scanning tools

Just in time for the holidays, the Log4j vulnerabilities panicked IT and security teams at the beginning of the month. Since then, the Apache Foundation has fixed the bugs and released patches, so it is now up to software developers and administrators to patch software and apply the fixes. Since …

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2021: A year in open source

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior executives about data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit on January 12, 2022. Learn more Let that OSS Enterprise newsletter accompany you on your open source journey! Sign up here. Open source software (OSS) is never far from …

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DirectX 12 support on Mac is proving to be more difficult than Linux, but work is well underway

If you’ve been a long-time Mac or Linux user, you almost certainly have benefited from the work of CodeWeavers, even if you have never heard of them. The company, founded in 1996, has long been working on making Windows applications run on Linux, then on Mac and finally on ChromeOS. …

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Premium numbers but not a premium service • The Register

When calling Welcome to On Call, and a phone puzzle wasn’t solved until an innocent participant found himself at the end of a highly unexpected conversation. Our story, by a reader called “Des”, takes place in the last years of the 20th century and concerns an IVR platform developed by …

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Vivaldi, the first browser for Android Automotive OS, debuts on Polestar 2

Vivaldi web browser today announced its dedicated application for Google’s recently launched Android automotive OS platform. With this launch, the company claims to be the first to introduce a web browser for an Android automotive platform. The Vivaldi web browser comes in Polestar 2 cars (from the manufacturers of Volvo). …

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US security guards delete Google, Metas submarine cables • The Register

Security agencies in the United States have recommended that the FCC approve the commissioning of a mega-submarine cable from the US to APAC, the Pacific Light Cable Network, after Google and Meta signed an agreement promising China-based Pacific Light Restrict Data Communications The “Access to Information and Infrastructure” of Co …

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Open source advent calendar: the Ubuntu Linux PC operating system

This is an advent calendar for tech geeks. In the fully commercialized digital world, almost everything belongs to a large internet company. Their software is neither open nor free. As an alternative, there is this small island of the open source world: software whose code is publicly visible and can …

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Logistics giant warns of BEC emails after ransomware attack

Hellmann Worldwide warns customers of an increase in fraudulent calls and emails regarding money transfers and bank account changes following a recent ransomware attack. The attack occurred on December 9th and forced the logistics company to shut down its systems to contain the spread of the virus. However, by the …

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First SoC developed in a project between the University of Tampere, Finland, and companies

The first System on Chip (SoC) developed by the Finnish SoC Hub Consortium has been released. Project partners will next focus on improving the design, automation and performance of the SoC. The first of the three chips to be developed by the consortium should be ready for use in early …

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How safe is a Chromebook after it stops receiving Chrome OS updates?

In case you didn’t know already, every Chromebook has a predefined shelf life when it comes to getting Chrome OS updates. This is based on the CPU on your Chromebook, and Google has a website that shows when each Chromebook is no longer receiving these automatic software updates. You can …

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Samsung 2022 TV range unveiled with a touch of LG – channelnews

Samsung will use CES 2022 to unveil a new line of 8K MiniLED, 4K OLED and 4K MiniLED TVs that will be available in Australian stores through April 2022. The range depends on panels from arch-rival LG Electronics. The range will consist of models that use LG OLED panels, while …

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CentOS Linux 8 is about to end. What are you doing next

It has been a while since CentOS 8 Linux ended and the day has finally arrived. Red Hat’s CentOS Linux 8 will reach End of Life (EOL) on December 31, 2021. As this falls in the middle of the Christmas season, Red Hat will be extending zero-day support for CentOS …

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Oppo teases retractable rearview camera ahead of Inno Day 2021

m24045 IpsDisplay, 5 hours agoHere we have a Chinese company that drives innovation. First implementation on this … moreSamsung did this in 2013 m24045 Dan-dan5, 5 hours agoomfg! Innovation?! this is illegal!Check Samsung K Zoom from 2013🤣🤣🤣 3202675 Narazumono, 3 hours agoI haven’t heard of any spying through the front …

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Best markdown editor for distraction-free writing.

When I started working on this story, my laptop screen was just blank white space – a blank canvas to hide distractions and write on. This is what you get when you write in Typora, a distraction-free text editor for Windows, Mac, and Linux. With Typora there are no ugly …

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Open source lawsuit against Vizio takes an ugly turn

Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), a non-profit organization that promotes open source software and defends the General Public License (GPL) for free software, has sued major television company Vizio for abuse of the GPL. In particular, Vizio uses the source code of Linux and other open source software such as BusyBox, …

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An attempt to produce cross-compilers for quantum computers • The Register

The Linux Foundation created a group called the QIR Alliance to make quantum computing applications more portable across hardware architectures and simulators. The QIR in the QIR Alliance stands for Quantum Intermediate Representation, which may not mean much to those unfamiliar with “intermediate representation” in the context of computers. Within …

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Amazon introduces the AWS infrastructure from Amazon Ads

Amazon will be highlighting the architecture of Amazon Web Services at re: Invent as part of its fast-growing advertising business. In a session on Tuesday, Amazon and its AWS entity will go over the infrastructure behind Amazon Ads. Amazon’s advertising business is growing rapidly and falls into the company’s “other” …

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This stealth malware is hiding behind an impossible date

Security researchers have discovered a new type of remote access Trojan (RAT) malware that has created an unusual new way of hiding on servers. As first reported on BleepingComputer, this new malware, called CronRAT, is hiding in scheduled tasks on Linux servers by setting it to run on February 31st, …

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Tier 1 Support Engineer (Linux, SQL, shift work) at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT: A technology company based in Stellenbosch is looking for an ambitious tier 1 support engineer who is mainly responsible for investigating and processing basic support tickets (problems / issues) from customers and escalating them if necessary. You need matrix / class 12, a relevant ICT qualification (diploma etc.) with …

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Indian bank denies disclosing data on 180 million customers • The Register

India’s Punjab National Bank has denied a security firm’s allegation that it disclosed the personal and financial information of its 180 million customers – but appears to have admitted that their Exchange Server implementation was not in tip-top shape. The allegation was made by Indian security consultancy CyberX9, who blogged …

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Distrowatch Top 5 Distributions Review: Pop! _OS

Pop! _OS ranks fifth fromn the popular ranking site Distrowatch, based on the number of hits on the Distrowatch page for the operating system, not based on actual downloads / user base. You can read my reviews of the other four top spots by following these links: Linux Mint, Manjaro, …

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Open source executives are trying to bridge the loopholes in software supply chain security

The security of the software supply chain has become increasingly important in the past year. Two major cybersecurity attacks – SolarWinds and Kaseya – have emerged as urgent reminders to scrutinize every component of software development and deployment, including where they come from and where they come from. The first …

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Review: Citrix Workspace Linux – gHacks Tech News

Citrix Workspace for Linux is a digital workspace that enables employees to access corporate apps securely and files from a central location. This means that with Citrix Workspace you do not have a device such as a computer. What is Citrix Workspace? Citrix Workspace is a cloud-based digital workspace. It …

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Global white box server industry by 2026 – with solutions from Celestica, Compal Electronics and Hyve | among others news

DUBLIN, November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report, “White Box Servers Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Forecast 2021-2026” has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com to offer. The global white box server market is expected to show strong growth in the period 2021-2026. A white box server …

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