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Youth-run Agency Aiesec Exposed Over 4 Million Intern Applications

AIESEC, a non-profit that bills itself as the “world’s largest youth-run organization,” exposed more than four million intern applications with personal and sensitive information on a server without a password. Bob Diachenko, an...

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Linux Virus Removes Security Software To Mine Monero

Security researchers warn that a new form of malware targets Linux servers and disable their security products in order to mine cryptocurrency. Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 reveals that it came across samples of malware used by a group called...
Related topics: Linux, Malware

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Kk- Server Issue Today, Now Fixed

from my hosting service... When attempting to reboot the server, we could see that an issue with the provisioning agent on the parent server is preventing the instance from rebooting. We are currently working to resolve this issue and will...

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How To Turn A Raspbery Pi Into A Plex Server

Plex Media Servers are great for storing and accessing all your movies, tv shows, and other media. Unfortunately, Plex Server hardware can be expensive, electricity intensive, or both. To reduce both bills,  use a Raspberry Pi for a Plex...

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Faster, New Pcie 5.0 Standard Leapfrogs The Best Feature Of Amd’s Ryzen 3

PCIe 5.0 will bring even faster data transfers, but it may only be found on HPCs and servers initially. The standard is four times faster than your current PC at transferring data, and new devices could appear later this year. The post Faster, new...
Related topics: AMD

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Google Maps Update Helps You Avoid A Ticket By Showing You Where Speed Cameras Are Hidden

It looks like Google Maps is adopting yet another Waze feature. This time around it’s speed trap reporting, a useful tool for avoiding a ticket for speeding. Not that you should be speeding… The feature seems to be a very gradual...
Related topics: Google

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South Korea Says Mystery Hackers Cracked Advanced Weapons Servers

No idea who could have been behind this one... The South Korea Ministry of National Defense says 10 of its internal PCs have been compromised by North Korea unknown hackers .…
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security

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Epic's Fortnite Fail: Ancient Ut2004 Server Used For Login-stealing Proof-of-concept

A tale of XSS, SQL injection and OAuth implementation Crafty infosec bods exploited XSS vulns on dusty corners of Epic Games’ web infrastructure to steal Fortnite gamers’ login tokens and compromise their accounts – using a genuine Epic Games...
Related topics: Databases

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Researcher Shows How Popular App Es File Explorer Exposes Android Device Data

Why is one of the most popular Android apps running a hidden web server in the background? ES File Explorer claims it has over 500 million downloads under its belt since 2014, making it one of the most used apps to date. It’s simplicity makes...
Related topics: Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology

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Great News! Outlook Mobile No Longer Stores Your Credentials On Microsoft’s Servers

Before becoming Outlook Mobile, the current official Microsoft iOS and Android email app was called Acompli, and it featured some revolutionary email features at the time, but at a price. Then the app offered a Focussed Inbox, but it did this by...
Related topics: Microsoft, Ios, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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Another Huge Database Exposed Millions Of Call Logs And Sms Text Messages

An unprotected server storing millions of call logs and text messages was left open for months before they were found by a security researcher. If you thought you’d heard this story before, you’re not wrong. Back in November, another...
Related topics: Databases, Sms

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Tesla Enters Model 3 Into Serious Hacking Contest Pwn2own

Pwn2Own is a serious hacking competition that takes place every year. Security researchers from across the globe compete to crack browsers, enterprise applications, virtualization software, server-side software, and now automobiles in exchange for...
Related topics: Tesla

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Virtualbox 6.0.2 Released With Support For Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12.4

Oracle released today the first point release to the massive VirtualBox 6.0 series announced at the end of 2018, fixing various annoyances and implementing more new features and enhancements. VirtualBox 6.0 brought numerous new features and...
Related topics: Linux, Oracle

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Hdhomerun Teases Simpler Hardware And (maybe) A Roku App

The HDHomeRun Scribe Duo and Servio can record broadcast TV channels without a separate server device.

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Epyc Move: Supermicro Plunges Into Cascade Lake’s Optanical Waters

Silicon Valley box slinger clams it's first on the block with Intel processor... which isn't out yet In brief  Supermicro is touting what's said to be the "first to market" Intel Cascade Lake AP Xeon server – and it's fitted with Optane DIMM...
Related topics: Silicon Valley, Intel

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Oh, Ssh, It Please See This: Malicious Servers Can Fsck With Your Pc's Files During Scp Slurps

Data transfer tools caught not checking what exactly they're downloading A decades-old oversight in the design of Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) tools can be exploited by malicious servers to unexpectedly alter victims' files on their client machines,...

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Supernova Sn 2018byg Triggered By A Helium-shell Double Detonation, Study Finds

Astronomers have recently conducted photometric and spectroscopic observations of SN 2018byg, a peculiar Type Ia supernova. Results of these observations, presented in a paper published January 3 on the arXiv pre-print server, suggest that this...
Related topics: Supernova, Helium, Space

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Come Mobile Users, Gather Round And Learn How To Add Up

Javascript boo-boo pinned on server switcheroo Who, Me?  Welcome Reg readers, to this week's Who, Me?, in which we gather round to share in another person's painful memories of technical cockups.…

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Microsoft Says Windows 7 Activation Issues Not Related To Update Kb4480970

The January 2019 Windows 7 monthly rollup caused several issues on devices where it was installed, including what originally seemed to be an activation problem. Update KB4480970 was released on January 8 to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2...
Related topics: Microsoft, Windows 8

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Blowing The Dust Off Of An Ibm As/400 Server

If you’ve never seen an IBM AS/400 machine, don’t feel bad. Most people haven’t. Introduced in 1988 as a mid-range server line, it used a unique object-based operating system and was geared specifically towards business and...
Related topics: IBM

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