Servers

Google Cloud Launches Bare Metal Solution

Google Cloud today announced the launch of a new bare metal service, dubbed the Bare Metal Solution. We aren’t talking about bare metal servers offered directly by Google Cloud here, though. Instead, we’re talking about a solution that...
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Cheap: Become A Streamlord With $20 Off This Fire Stick And Echo Dot Combo

Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! High-quality offline content is great if you have a home server and almost every movie, show, and song in the world. But you’re not gonna sit and download...

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Microsoft Releases Windows Preview Updates Kb4525251 And Kb4525252

Microsoft has released previews of the monthly rollups for Windows 7 and Windows 10 ahead of the rollout to production devices on the December 2019 Patch Tuesday. Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are getting monthly rollup KB4525251, which...
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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 Wednesday. A security flaw in Google's Android lets malicious apps access users' camera and microphone to secretly record them and upload the videos to an external...
Related topics: Google, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Tech Videos

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Android Camera Flaw Let Apps Take, Upload Photos, Video Without Permission

Researchers from security firm Checkmarx have disclosed an Android camera flaw that allowed rogue apps to record video and audio, as well as upload images to an attacker-controlled server.The disclosure comes after the release of patches for the...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Tech Photos, Tech Videos

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Three Former Apple Execs Create New Chip Company, Will Compete With Intel And Amd

A trio of former Apple chip executives has started a new chip company that has the goal of improving large servers. The three founders have more than 20 years of combined experience at Apple with one having served as the company’s chief...
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Ddos?

Hello fellow science lovers and critical thinkers, Over the last couple days on ScienceBasedMedicine.org you may have experienced slowness, browser checks, timeouts, 5xx errors, and other server shenanigans. We wanted to confirm your suspicions that...

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Google Stadia Will Launch Missing Many Of Its Expected Features

Google Stadia is set to launch on Monday and a lot of people are excited for the service. You won’t need powerful hardware like a gaming PC or console to play games; rather, a server farm will do the processing and stream it to any screen you...
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Don't Trust The Trusted Platform Module – It May Leak Your Vpn Server's Private Key (depending On...

You know what they say: Timing is... everything Trusted Platform Modules, specialized processors or firmware that protect the cryptographic keys used to secure operating systems, are not entirely trustworthy.…
Related topics: Firmware, Cryptography

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A Professional Hacker Reveals Why So Many Companies Are Falling Victim To Data Breaches, And The...

Companies need to better scan and secure servers being used to store sensitive information, says a professional white-hat hacker.
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security

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You’re Not Alone, Nest Is Down For Many Users This Morning

If you have Google Nest cameras or thermostats in your home, you’re not alone if they’re not working properly this morning with the service being down. It seems the service’s servers are experiencing some issues. more… The...
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Downed Server Caused Nearly 170k Valentine’s Texts To Be Delivered On Wednesday

Almost 170,000 text messages failed to send on Valentine's Day, and this week they finally went through. Now, we may finally have a reason as to why: A downed server.

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Yes, Vpns Can Be Hacked: What That Means For Your Privacy

We thought VPNs were secure, but with an increasing number of secure services reporting server breaches, that seems not to be the case. But how do these secure services get hacked in the first place, and how do hackers capitalize on it? Here’s...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security

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Engadget Giveaway: Win A Diskstation Ds218+ Nas Courtesy Of Synology!

If you've been eyeballing data independence, Synology's DS218+ NAS can help you on your way. You can backup your own data, host a cloud server and even stream personal multi-media files all from your own network-attached storage (NAS)...
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Giving Your On-prem Tech The Boot? This Webcast Will Give You The Grounding You Need

From legacy migrations to data management, the cloud has its perks and pitfalls Webcast  You’re counting down the days until you can finally pull the plug on your expensive and inelegant on-premises servers. Like countless businesses before you,...
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Nethserver 7.7 Cockpit Edition Linux Os Arrives With Nextcloud 17, Ui Changes

NethServer's Alessio Fattorini informs Softpedia today on the general availability of the Cockpit Edition of the NethServer 7.7 server-oriented, Linux-based operating system. The Cockpit Edition of NethServer 7.7, which is based on CentOS 7.7, is...
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Us Postal Service Adopts Nvidia Ai To Improve Delivery Systems

The USPS will use Nvidia GPU-accelerated servers from Hewlett Packard Enterprise to process mail faster and more accurately.
Related topics: Nvidia, Usps, Hewlett-Packard

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Chrome On Android Rolling Out New Long Press Menu For Links, Images

Chrome 78 rolled out last month and was a relatively quiet release for Android. A server-side update for the browser today introduces a new long press menu that provides previews alongside actions for links and images. more… The post Chrome...
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The Minecraft Command Blocks Guide

At first glance, Minecraft command blocks seem complicated to use. Once you get to know them, however, they become a useful tool for creating adventure maps or managing multiplayer servers. In this article, we’ll explain what a Minecraft...
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Nordvpn Users’ Passwords Exposed In Mass Credential-stuffing Attacks

(credit: ABC Photo Archives / Getty Images) As many as 2,000 users of NordVPN, the virtual private network service that recently disclosed a server hack that leaked crypto keys, have fallen victim to credential-stuffing attacks that allow...
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