Day: March 10, 2020

Critical Bugs in Rockwell, Johnson Controls ICS Gear

Bugs affecting programmable logic controllers (PLC) and physical access-control systems for facilities are rated 9.8 in severity. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Elon Musk suggests having a ‘mega rave cave’ under Tesla’s Berlin Gigafactory – CNET

The Tesla CEO had earlier tweeted that “Coachella should postpone itself until it stops sucking.” …read more Source:: CNet

Twitter users duped by fake account that falsely claimed Daniel Radcliffe has coronavirus – CNET

Don’t believe everything you read on social media. …read more Source:: CNet

This Peloton bike alternative lets you take actual Peloton classes and costs just $599 – CNET

Add your own tablet and coaching app to this Horizon IC7.9 Indoor Cycle for a cost-effective way to get fit at home. …read more Source:: CNet

Details about new SMB wormable bug leak in Microsoft Patch Tuesday snafu

SMB vulnerability is currently not patched, but now everyone knows it’s there. …read more Source:: ZDNet

2020 New York Auto Show postponed due to coronavirus – Roadshow

Originally scheduled for early April, the 2020 New York Auto Show will now kick off in late August. …read more Source:: CNet

Firefox 74 Arrives With Stricter Add-on Rules, TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 Disabled

Mozilla today launched Firefox 74 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Firefox 74 includes stricter rules for add-ons, TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 disabled by default, and a handful of developer features. of this story at Slashdot. …read more Source:: Slashdot

Senators want antitrust probe into Google’s search practices – CNET

An anticompetitive investigation into advertising practices should be extended to its search engine, two senators say. …read more Source:: CNet

California tech industry gets its first big coronavirus hit: RSA Conference attendee infected, in serious condition

NASA also struck, more conferences cancelled, WISPA is moving ahead Updated The deadly Wuhan coronavirus has reached California’s tech sector with the news that an engineer who attended the RSA Conference in San Francisco last month has now tested positive for COVID-19 – and is in a serious condition.… …read more Source:: Register

Uber Resumes Autonomous Car Testing in San Francisco

Just over a month after Uber received a California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) license to test driverless cars on public roads, the company has resumed autonomous testing in San Francisco. From a report: Uber says it will limit its time on the road to a “few weeks” while it completes a codebase and infrastructure…