Day: January 23, 2019

YouTube TV Opens To the Whole US

Google is today expanding its premium YouTube TV streaming service to the majority of locations in the U.S., with the rest to follow shortly. From a report: At launch, YouTube TV was available through mobile apps in five markets. In the nearly two years since its introduction, it has arrived on the big screen via…

Xiaomi’s double-bending foldable phone just stole Samsung’s thunder – CNET

Commentary: We’ve never seen a foldable phone prototype like this. …read more Source:: CNet

‘Anatova’ Emerges as Potentially Major New Ransomware Threat

Modular design, ability to infect network shares make the malware dangerous, McAfee says. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Fake broadband ISP support scammers accidentally cough up IP address to Deadpool in card phish gone wrong

A tale of Twitter fraudsters, an infosec biz boss, and a quest for one honeypot hit Fraudsters masquerading as ISP support agents to phish payment card details have been unmasked – after they tried to scam a Brit infosec biz cofounder.… …read more Source:: Register

Aging PCs Running Out-of-Date Software Bring Security Worries

Age is an issue with application languages and frameworks, too. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Motorizing An IKEA SKARSTA Table

We’ve been told that standing at a desk is good for you, but unless you’re some kind of highly advanced automaton you’re going to have to sit down eventually no matter what all those lifestyle magazines say. That’s where desks like the IKEA SKARSTA come in; they use a crank on the front to raise…

The Barisieur alarm clock brews coffee bedside to wake you up – CNET

No need to hit snooze. …read more Source:: CNet

NASA discovers fresh ‘blast pattern’ on Mars – CNET

Blamo! NASA catches sight of a smashing new impact crater on the Red Planet. …read more Source:: CNet

Redaman Spams Russian Banking Customers with Rotating Tactics

The banking trojan hides its misdeeds with a rotating set of tactics. …read more Source:: Threatpost

France Will Hack Its Enemies Back, Its Defense Secretary Says

France’s defence secretary Florence Parly had a declaration to make this week: “Cyber war has begun.” And she said the Euro nation’s military will use its “cyber arms as all other traditional weapons… to respond and attack,” as well as setting up a military bug bounty program. From a report: Parly made her pledges during…