Monthly Archives: July 2014

8TB Hard Drives from Seagate

With 10TB on the way.

New “Mayhem” *nix malware attacks Linux and FreeBSD

Sophisticated new malware turns servers into bots.  Make sure you patch your unix-like boxes.

Resistive Random Access Memory (RRAM)

Doesn’t require continuous power for storage, easier to stack allowing greater densities.

Wikipedia bans edits by US Congress IPs for 10 days

House of Reps can’t modify Wikipedia for a few days.

OS X Yosemite Beta

You can now download the next OS X in beta.

OneNote for Android

Microsoft has released OneNote in the App Store.

Apple responds to “Back Doors” in IOS

They says it’s for diagnostic purposes.  Original forensic expert responds to their claims.

MailPoet vulnerability endangers WordPress, Joomla

the vulnerability in MailPoet, a WordPress plugin with more than 1.7 million downloads, allows attackers to upload any file of their choice to vulnerable servers

Dropbox on privacy of stored data

“ Dropbox told The INQUIRER that users concerned about privacy should add their own encryption. The firm warned however that if users do, not all of the service’s features will work”

Gizmo to protect your car from hackers

$150 dollars, some skill required.  Hopefully car makers will increase security in their products.