Databases

This Week In Security: F5, Novel Ransomware, Freta, And Database Woes

The big story of the last week is a problem in F5’s BIG-IP devices. A rather trivial path traversal vulnerability allows an unauthenticated user to call endpoints that are intended to be restricted to authenticated. That attack can apparently...
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America's B-21 Stealth Bomber: A Super Weapon Thanks To Ai?

Kris Osborn Security, The future is now. Here's What You Need To Remember: AI-applications, optimized by new algorithms, can absorb new war-sensitive information, bounce it off a seemingly limitless database and quickly perform comparative...
Related topics: Algorithms

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Google Just Showed Us Its New Nest Speaker

Read the original post: Google Just Showed Us Its New Nest Speaker The new Google Nest speaker that we first spotted last night at the FCC before it was revealed in a similar database out of Japan, has now been confirmed by Google. In an image and...
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Awkward Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Name Confirmed By Imei Database

We reported a few days ago that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will in fact be called the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, according to SamMobile’s exclusive information. Now the moniker has been confirmed by an IMEI database, reports 911Mobile. The...
Related topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology

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Fair Justice Systems Need Open Data Access

Although U.S. court documents are publicly available online, they sit behind expensive paywalls inside a difficult-to-navigate database.

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Mariadb Inhales $25m. 'people Tried To Get Away With Simpler' But Now There's A 'relational...

Oracle nemesis will be focusing on SkySQL cloud product MySQL cousin MariaDB has grabbed $25m in funding in what represents something of a mini fight-back for good ol' relational databases against the NoSQL family of systems, according to the CEO.…
Related topics: MariaDB, Open Source Software, Oracle, Skysql, Mysql

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Lilbits 7-06-2020: Libreoffice Personal Edition?

LibreOffice is a suite of office applications for creating, editing, and viewing text documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and databases, among other things. LibreOffice is free and open source software. Anyone can download it, use it, and even...
Related topics: Open Source Software

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Mysql Drops Master-slave And Blacklist-whitelist Terminology

Engineering teams update internal terminologies all over the tech world. Latest examples include Twitter, JP Morgan, and Splunk.
Related topics: Mysql, Twitter, Social Media

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Your Industry Needs You: Database Engineers, Sysadmins And Developer Vacancies Revealed

Something for everyone this week, including wannabe Vultures Job Alert  It's that time of week again people, our job column is back with another list of opportunities in the world of tech.…

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Fauna Raises An Additional $27m To Turn Databases Into A Simple Api Call

Databases have always been a complex part of the equation for developers requiring a delicate balance to manage inside the application, but Fauna wants to make adding a database a simple API call, and today it announced $27 million in new...

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Database Maestro Antirez Says Arrivederci To Redis: Seems He Wants An Unstructured Life Writing...

Open-source database project gets new heads, inclusive code of conduct Salvatore Sanfilippo, better known by the nickname antirez, stepped down on Tuesday as the maintainer of Redis, a popular open-source database project released in 2009.…
Related topics: Open Source Software

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The First Rule Of Nosql Dbaas Club Is: You Must Talk About Nosql Dbaas Club. And Couchbase Is In

Follows its customers into the cloud Couchbase's database-as-a-service product has hit general availability – although this is just on Amazon Web Services initially, with Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform soon to follow.…
Related topics: Amazon, Microsoft, Google

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Google Cloud Brings Bare Metal Solution To New Regions

The Bare Metal Solution provides hardware for running specialized workloads, such as Oracle Database, close to Google Cloud.
Related topics: Google, Oracle

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Automation And The Future Of Legal Tech

Before it became a news source, or a legal database, or a Twitter presence often mistaken for the court itself, SCOTUSblog was a tool. It was created to give the public a way to access and understand, in real time, how the work of the justices...
Related topics: Twitter, Social Media

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Hackers Just Leaked Sensitive Files From Over 200 Police Departments That Are Searchable By Badge...

A hacktivist group published hundreds of gigabytes of potentially sensitive files from police departments across the US on Friday in the form of a searchable database that can be sorted by officers' badge numbers. The leaked data stemmed from a...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Police, Hactivism

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This Week In Security: Haveibeenpwned And Facebook Attack Their Customers

We’re fans of haveibeenpwned.com around here, but a weird story came across my proverbial desk this week — [Troy Hunt] wrote a malicious SQL injection into one of their emails! That attack string was a simple ';-- Wait, doesn’t...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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The Global Tide Has Turned Against Centralized Contact Tracing Apps

On June 18, the UK announced an about-face on its approach to developing a national coronavirus contact tracing app.The old strategy, which would gather data about users’ health status and contact history into a central database, is out the...

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Intel Bets Big On Ai With Third-gen Xeons Tuned For Deep Learning, Vms, In-memory Databases,...

There's also a Stratix FPGA designed with AI tasks in mind Intel plans to debut its third-generation "Cooper Lake" Xeon Scalable processors today, alongside revised Optane memory, 3D NAND SSDs, and an FPGA tuned for AI workloads.…
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England Ditches Central Database Model For Test-and-trace Apps In Favour Of Apple/google Approach

Plus: Contact-tracing contracts dished out reportedly worth £108m The UK government looks set to abandon its centralised COVID-19 test-and-trace smartphone app in favour of the distributed system proposed by Apple and Google more than two months...
Related topics: Apple, Google, Social Media, Mobile Technology

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We Cross Now Live To Oracle. Mr Ellison, Any Thoughts? 'autonomous Self-driving Computers Eliminate...

Database giant's Q4 earnings call was quite the ride amid virus-hit revenues Oracle shares slipped in after-hours trading as the database giant reported fiscal fourth quarter results weighed down by the global coronavirus pandemic.…
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