Servers

How To Break Out Of A Hypervisor: Abuse Qemu-kvm On-linux Pre-5.3 – Or Vmware With An Amd Driver

Pair of bug reports show how VM escapes put servers at risk A pair of newly disclosed security flaws could allow malicious virtual machine guests to break out of their hypervisor's walled gardens and execute malicious code on the host box.…
Related topics: Linux, Vmware, AMD

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Microsoft Announces End Of Support Extension For Exchange Server 2010

Microsoft announced that the end-of-support date for Exchange Server 2010 has been moved from January 14, 2020 (the same day when Windows 7 is projected to go dark) to October 13, 2020. Windows 7 won’t be getting any extension for its...
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7 Ways To Set Up Your Raspberry Pi As A Media Server

One of the most popular uses for the low-cost Raspberry Pi computer is as a media center. Indeed, it doesn’t matter whether you’re using a Model A, a Raspberry Pi Zero, or a Raspberry Pi 4. While the later model will naturally offer...

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57 Secrets Your Restaurant Server Isn’t Telling You

What would servers from across the country tell you if they could get away with it? Well, for starters, when to go out, what not to order, what really happens behind the kitchen’s swinging doors, and what they think of you and your tips.Read...

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This Rack-mount Server Is Built From Lego Bricks

If you’ve ever been to a data center, you know they’re ice cold rooms filled with racks upon racks of computer and networking equipment, and neatly bolted into 19″ wide server racks. Most of those servers are made from steel and/or...

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Do You Want Fr-ai-s With That Appy-meal? Mcdonald's Gobbles Machine-learning Biz For Human-free...

AI'm Lovin' It McDonald’s has wolfed down Apprente, an AI startup focused on voice recognition, seemingly in a bid to replace its Drive Thru human servers with computers.…
Related topics: Startup

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Some Users Are Getting Gmail For Android’s Dark Mode

Now that Android 10 has dropped with its new Dark Theme, Google is finally bringing the shadowy interface to Gmail on Android.It’s being reported that the Gmail dark mode is rolling out via a server-side update and it functions very similarly...
Related topics: Gmail, Android, Mobile Technology, Android Update, Google

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It's 2019, And Windows Pcs Can Be Pwned Via A Shortcut File, A Webpage, An Evil Rdp Server...

Microsoft joins Adobe and SAP in cleaning up security bugs, two of which are under active attack Patch Tuesday  Microsoft, Adobe, and SAP today delivered a load of security updates for this month's Patch Tuesday.…
Related topics: Microsoft, Adobe

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Weakness In Intel Chips Lets Researchers Steal Encrypted Ssh Keystrokes

Enlarge (credit: Intel) In late 2011, Intel introduced a performance enhancement to its line of server processors that allowed network cards and other peripherals to connect directly to a CPU's last-level cache, rather than following the standard...
Related topics: Intel, Credit Cards

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Exim Marks The Spot… Of Remote Code Execution: Patch Due Out Today For 'give Me Root' Flaw In...

Install incoming update to avoid having your boxes hijacked The widely used Exim email server software is due to be patched today to close a critical security flaw that can be exploited to potentially gain root-level access to the machine.…

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Facebook User Phone Numbers Still Online - Cnet

The unsecured server exposes phone numbers that can be matched with Facebook accounts.
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Monster.com Says A Third Party Exposed User Data But Didn’t Tell Anyone

An exposed web server storing résumés of job seekers — including from recruitment site Monster — has been found online. The server contained résumés and CVs for job applicants spanning 2014 and 2017, many of which included private...

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10 Things In Tech You Need To Know Today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. Facebook suffered another privacy lapse after a security researcher found 400 million phone numbers scraped from the social network and dumped on an online server that wasn't...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Phone Numbers For As Many As 419 Million Facebook Users Were Reportedly Found Sitting Online In A...

Phone numbers linked to over 400 million Facebook accounts were recently found on an online server that was not password-protected, according to a TechCrunch report on Wednesday.  That information, according to the report, included users'...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Enjoy The Holiday Weekend, America? Well-rested? Good. Supermicro Server Boards Can Be Remotely...

Virtual USB hub allows attackers to get into BMCs Tens of thousands of servers around the world are believed to be hosting a vulnerability that would allow an attacker to remotely commandeer them.…
Related topics: Computer Security

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Teletext Holidays A) Exists And B) Left 200k Customer Call Recordings Exposed In S3 Bucket

Get your grandparents to book with someone else Teletext Holidays managed to leave more than 200,000 customer phone call recordings exposed on an unsecured AWS server, according to reports.…

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Mozilla Firefox 69 Is Now Available To Download For Linux, Windows, And Macos

A day ahead of its official release, the Firefox 69.0 open-source and cross-platform web browser is now available to download for all supported systems from Mozilla's FTP servers. Almost two months in the works, the Mozilla Firefox 69.0 web browser...
Related topics: Firefox, Linux, Open Source Software

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Along With Ios, Android And Windows Users Were Also Targeted By Chinese Government

We recently reported about a serious security vulnerability in Apple iPhones which was discovered by Google. When an iPhone user visits the hacked website, the web server will attack the device to gain access to the device. If the attack is...
Related topics: Ios, Android, Mobile Technology, Computer Security, Apple, Google, Iphone, Hackers

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Alienware M15 Laptop, Ring Doorbell, Sony 4k Tv, Ipad Pro, And More Deals For Sept. 1

Are you ready to take a trip down to memory lane? Blizzard Entertainment officially launched World of Warcraft Classic servers on Monday 26. Giving that vanilla experience the die-hard fans has been longing for, plus it will give a refreshing taste...
Related topics: Laptops, Sony, Ipad, Tablets, World Of Warcraft

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Coin-mining Malware Jumps From Arm Iot Gear To Intel Servers

Cryptocurrency crooks look to siphon cycles from enterprise kit Exclusive  A coin-mining malware infection previously only seen on ARM IoT devices has made the jump to Intel systems.…
Related topics: Malware, Intel

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