Day: June 6, 2018

US Government Probes Airplane Vulnerabilities, Says Airline Hack Is ‘Only a Matter of Time’

Joseph Cox, writing for Motherboard: U.S. government researchers believe it is only a matter of time before a cybersecurity breach on an airline occurs, according to government documents obtained by Motherboard. The comment was included in a recent presentation talking about efforts to uncover vulnerabilities in widely used commercial aircraft, building on research in which…

Apple’s screen addiction tools are to save the iPhone — not you – CNET

They still need you a little hooked. …read more Source:: CNet

Fallout 76: Everything you need to know before E3 2018 – CNET

The Wasteland may finally be going online. And it comes with a great cover of Country Roads. …read more Source:: CNet

Enterprises taking path of greatest resistance to cloud, survey shows

Most enterprise systems and assets are on-premises, requiring skills and foresight for cloud moves. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Here’s the tiny drone the US Army just purchased for soldiers – CNET

The Black Hornet drones, which will be shipped as part of a $2.6 million contract with Flir, will support squad-level surveillance. …read more Source:: CNet

Microsoft Adds Post-Quantum Cryptography To an OpenVPN Fork

An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft recently published an interesting open source project called “PQCrypto-VPN” that implements post-quantum cryptography (PQC) within OpenVPN. Being developed by the Microsoft Research Security and Cryptography group, as part of their research into post-quantum cryptography, this fork is being used to test PQC algorithms and their performance and functionality when used…

Android P Beta 2 cooks your bacon, sets the table for dual cameras – CNET

There are 157 new emoji in the new Android beta. …read more Source:: CNet

What we just learned about the Magic Leap One’s hardware – CNET

A livestreamed talk to developers gave a guided tour. Here’s what we know so far. …read more Source:: CNet

Sexting still a danger for teens, says study – CNET

It’s true some teens are wary of the practice. But others? Not so much. …read more Source:: CNet

Stern Vint Cerf blasts techies for lackluster worldwide IPv6 adoption

Father of the Internet not impressed with slow rollout Co-inventor of TCP/IP and so-called “Father of the Internet” Vint Cerf has urged network nerds to “get with the program” on World IPv6 Day.… …read more Source:: TheRegister