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Dec 24, 2021

Netlicks? ‘The TV screen you can taste’

Posted by in category: electronics

A Japanese professor invents a prototype TV that sprays flavours onto a lickable “hygienic film”.

Dec 23, 2021

CISA, FBI and NSA Publish Joint Advisory and Scanner for Log4j Vulnerabilities

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, electronics

Cybersecurity agencies from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.S., and the U.K. on Wednesday released a joint advisory in response to widespread exploitation of multiple vulnerabilities in Apache’s Log4j software library by nefarious adversaries.

“These vulnerabilities, especially Log4Shell, are severe,” the intelligence agencies said in the new guidance. “Sophisticated cyber threat actors are actively scanning networks to potentially exploit Log4Shell, CVE-2021–45046, and CVE-2021–45105 in vulnerable systems. These vulnerabilities are likely to be exploited over an extended period.”

Dec 23, 2021

CISA releases Apache Log4j scanner to find vulnerable apps

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, electronics, robotics/AI

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has announced the release of a scanner for identifying web services impacted by two Apache Log4j remote code execution vulnerabilities, tracked as CVE-2021–44228 and CVE-2021–45046.

“log4j-scanner is a project derived from other members of the open-source community by CISA’s Rapid Action Force team to help organizations identify potentially vulnerable web services affected by the log4j vulnerabilities,” the cybersecurity agency explains.

This scanning solution builds upon similar tools, including an automated scanning framework for the CVE-2021–44228 bug (dubbed& Log4Shell)& developed by cybersecurity company FullHunt.

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Dec 23, 2021

Insanely fast 14GB/s PCIe 5.0 NVMe 2.0 SSDs could be an industry first release

Posted by in categories: computing, electronics

Memory and storage maker ADATA will show off a couple of sample PCIe 5.0-based NVMe SSDs at the upcoming CES 2022 event. These drives, the company claims, could read at speeds of up to 14GB/s.

Dec 22, 2021

Putin threatens “retaliatory military-technical” measures as standoff with U.S. and NATO over Ukraine escalates

Posted by in categories: electronics, military

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Moscow — President Vladimir Putin used some of his most direct language to date on Tuesday in his escalating standoff with the U.S. and its European allies. The Russian leader warned that if the U.S. and NATO do not halt what Moscow considers aggressive actions along the country’s border with Ukraine 0, Russia would respond in a “retaliatory military” manner.

“If the obviously aggressive line of our Western colleagues continues, we will take adequate, retaliatory military-technical measures [and] react toughly to unfriendly steps,” Putin told senior military officials during a meeting in remarks carried by Russian state TV. “I want to emphasize that we have every right to do so.”

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Dec 21, 2021

Russian Citizens Are Now Being Prepped for Nuclear War

Posted by in categories: electronics, existential risks

Russian state TV is increasingly hysterical in its forecasts of an upcoming war, warning domestic audiences that the conflict could even become nuclear.

Dec 21, 2021

Biodegradable e-ink designed for environmentally friendly 3D-printed electronics

Posted by in categories: electronics, sustainability

New natural-source e-ink biodegrades once discarded.

Dec 19, 2021

NOVELDA’s Tiny USB X4F103 Uses Impulse Radar to Monitor Movement, Right Down to Individual Breaths

Posted by in category: electronics

Able to pick up “sub-millimeter” movements, including breaths taken under a duvet, this sensor works through wood, plastic, and glass.

Dec 14, 2021

Criminals use new technology to sell stolen phones northern Nevada

Posted by in categories: electronics, mobile phones

Thieves are getting their hands on some quick and easy cash thanks to a new piece of equipment in town. Kiosks called EcoATM buy used phones. The company touts itself as reducing electronic waste and finding a way to reuse electronics through a simpler and safer way to sell devices. There are 5,000 machines located across the country, including several in northern Nevada. They’re located inside places like Walmart, grocery stores and malls.

Dec 11, 2021

New salt-grain sized micro camera takes images on par with a full size camera’s

Posted by in category: electronics

Researchers have created a salt-grain sized micro camera capable of taking images almost on par with a regular camera.

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