Day: June 18, 2018

Now Microsoft ports Windows 10, Linux to homegrown CPU design

MSR’s E2 processor EDGEs closer to reality… with a little help from Qualcomm, too Microsoft has ported Windows 10 and Linux to E2, its homegrown processor architecture it has spent years working on mostly in secret.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

ACLU wants Amazon to stop offering surveillance technology – CNET

Their message is loud and clear. …read more Source:: CNet

Microsoft takes a stand against ICE separating parents from children – CNET

The company said it was “proud” to supply technology to Immigration and Customs Enforcement — which sparked anger online. …read more Source:: CNet

Exposed Container Orchestration Systems Putting Many Orgs at Risk

More than 22,600 open container orchestration and API management systems discovered on the Internet. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Google to patch Home and Chromecast bug that leaked your location – CNET

The company knows where your router is, and it was telling anyone who asked, a researcher found. …read more Source:: CNet

‘Wallchart’ Phishing Campaign Exploits World Cup Watchers

The details on a phishing attack designed to lure soccer fans with a subject line about the World Cup schedule and scoresheet. …read more Source:: DarkReading

California lawmakers combine net neutrality bills – CNET

Democrats in California officially linked two separate net neutrality bills days ahead of an important vote in the State Assembly. …read more Source:: CNet

75% of Malware Uploaded on ‘No-Distribute’ Scanners Is Unknown To Researchers

Catalin Cimpanu, writing for BleepingComputer: Three-quarters of malware samples uploaded to “no-distribute scanners” are never shared on “multiscanners” like VirusTotal, and hence, they remain unknown, US-based security firm Recorded Future reports, to security firms and researchers for longer periods of time. Although some antivirus products will eventually detect this malware at runtime or at one…

Apple will share your location with 911 responders (The 3:59, Ep. 415) – CNET

Apple’s making it easier for emergency personnel to find you, JPEG has a potential successor and why net neutrality supports are cringing at AT&T-Time Warner. …read more Source:: CNet

FTC gets $11M settlement from get-rich-quick scammers targeting Amazon – CNET

Authorities claimed Adam and Christopher Bowser duped some prospective Amazon sellers for thousands of dollars each. …read more Source:: CNet