The team of security researchers—who last month demonstrated how attackers could steal data from air-gapped computers protected inside a Faraday cage—are back with its new research showing how two (or more) air-gapped PCs placed in the same room can covertly exchange data via ultrasonic waves. Continue reading
I was just hearing about this type of DDoS attack…
On Wednesday, February 28, 2018, GitHub’s code hosting website hit with the largest-ever distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that peaked at record 1.35 Tbps.
Interestingly, attackers did not use any botnet network, instead weaponized misconfigured Memcached servers to amplify the DDoS attack. Continue reading
If you’re not enjoying the wealth of podcasts out there, you’re really missing out. Podcasts provide you with the experience of a radio show—ranging from in-depth information on a wide variety of subjects to light hearted comedy—but are available whenever and where ever you want to listen, if you have a good app to manage them that is.
yeah Linux is vulnerable too..
Devices running Linux are affected by Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities as much as their Windows counterparts. Continue reading
Nothing like other options…
Over the past few months, Coinbase has almost become synonymous with Bitcoin and other mainstream cryptocurrencies. The popular digital currency exchange makes headlines every time it adds a new type of coin (almost always causing an immediate spike in its value) or crashes when trading is at its most frenzied. Continue reading
Haven is a free application for Google’s Android operating system that turns any Android device into a privacy-respecting home security system endorsed by Edward Snowden, the Guardian Project and Freedom of the Press Foundation. Continue reading
Some good info on 2-3 factor authentication as well as info on securing ChromeBooks…
Padre and Jason show you how to lock down your Google Services to protect your digital life.
Get full show notes at https://twit.tv/kh
So many reasons why this is bad….
Three years ago, we said the Echo was “the most innovative device Amazon’s made in years.” That’s still true. But you shouldn’t buy one. You shouldn’t buy one for your family. You definitely should not buy one for your friends. In fact, ignore any praise we’ve ever heaped onto smart speakers and voice-controlled assistants. They’re bad! Continue reading
Net neutrality is no joke…
If you’re scared of a future America without net neutrality, I want to terrify you. Continue reading