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  • Ares Kodi Project Calls it Quits After Hollywood Cease & Desist

    Ares Kodi Project Calls it Quits After Hollywood Cease & Desist

    The Ares Project, the group behind the hugely popular Ares Wizard and Kodi repository, has thrown in the towel. Like several other projects this week, Ares was threatened by the MPA-led anti-piracy coalition Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment. Speaking with TorrentFreak, its operator warns that those behind similar projects should exercise caution.


    This week has been particularly bad for those involved in the Kodi addon scene. Following cease-and-desist notices from the
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  • New: Kodi 17.6 What’s New in Kodi

    New: Kodi 17.6 What’s New in Kodi



    Kodi 17.6 Changelog


    • Fix possible crash in crontroller dialog
    • Update standard scrapers to lastest version available on release
    • Fix possible connection issues with internal webserver
    • Fix crash when peripheral joystick add-on is disabled

    https://kodi.tv/download...
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  • MECOOL M8S PRO L 4K TV BOX GIVEAWAY SPONSORED BY GEARBEST

    MECOOL M8S PRO L 4K TV BOX GIVEAWAY SPONSORED BY GEARBEST

    Today we bring you yet another Giveaway.

    Click -> http://freaktab.com/forum/freaktab-g...ed-by-gearbest

    This Time Gearbest will Sponsor the Giveaway with 3x MECOOL M8S PRO TV BOX.
    It is an Android TV Box powered with an Amlogic S912 CPU and 3GB of Ram / 16GB Nand.
    Another nice feature is that the MECOOL M8S PRO TV Box comes with Android 7.1 Nougat, which is the
    latest and greatest operating system by Google.
    The MECOOL M8S PRO TV Box user interface...
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    Last edited by trebor; 10-30-2017, 17:13.

  • Coinhive Miners Found in Android Apps, WordPress Sites

    Coinhive Miners Found in Android Apps, WordPress Sites

    The malicious deployment of in-browser JavaScript-based cryptocurrency mining scripts has continued the past week, and we've seen them reach Android applications on the official Google Play Store, but we've also seen the first mass-deployment as part of a botnet of hacked WordPress sites.

    While there are multiple players on the JS-based cryptocurrency mining market, Coinhive continues to remain the attackers' top choice, as we've seen this week after the launch of the WhoRunsCoinhi
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  • A surge of sites and apps are exhausting your CPU to mine cryptocurrency

    A surge of sites and apps are exhausting your CPU to mine cryptocurrency

    Coinhive harnesses the resources of 500 million people with no questions asked.

    Enlarge / A cryptocurrency mining farm.
    Marco KrohnThe Internet is awash with covert crypto currency miners that bog down computers and even smartphones with computationally intensive math problems called by hacked or ethically questionable sites.

    The latest examples came on Monday with the revelation from antivirus provider Trend Micro that at least two Android apps with as many as 50,000 downloads
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  • DV8219 OTT TV Box from SDMC now with Android TV Official Certification

    DV8219 OTT TV Box from SDMC now with Android TV Official Certification

    You had the opportunity to meet SDMC company (Shenzhen SDMC Technology Co., Ltd.) and some of its TV Boxes. For those who do not yet know the SDMC company, we remind you that this is one of the well-known TV Box manufacturers, but not only. SDMC also is a provider of dedicated solutions for cable operators and content aggregators to expand their business in the filed of domestic and overseas telecom, broadcasting, hotel, hospital, school, residential and other industries etc. Recently the SDMC ...
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  • F-Droid 1.0 an alternative application store for Android

    F-Droid 1.0 an alternative application store for Android

    F-Droid is an alternative application store for Android. Useful for Android users who don't want to link their device and data to the Google ecosystem, and also for installing applications that are not offered on Google Play.

    F-Droid 1.0 has been released today. It is an Android application that provides users with a catalog of free and open source software that users can install on their Android devices.

    Note: The last version is offered is on the main F-Droid homepage
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  • Samsung 860 Evo SSD Spotted In SATA-IO Listing

    Samsung 860 Evo SSD Spotted In SATA-IO Listing

    Monday, October 16th 2017 19:18
    The Samsung 850 EVO SSD has been in the market for almost three years now. In what seems to be an eternity in tech years the 850 EVO SSD, sporting the 3D NAND flash memory, has held its own in the consumer space. Back when it was released, the 850 EVO SSD heralded a new generation of price and performance combination that established it in the high end enthusiast market. With sequential read speeds of up to 550 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to
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  • Microsoft Already Patched KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi Exploit, Google Prepping Android Update

    Microsoft Already Patched KRACK WPA2 Wi-Fi Exploit, Google Prepping Android Update

    This morning we talked about a researcher from KU Leuven University in Belgium who had discovered a major security vulnerability in the WiFi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol that is used to secure wireless internet traffic. That vulnerability could be used to allow a nefarious attacker to glean confidential details sent over WiFi such as usernames and passwords for secure websites. At least one software company didn't waste any time with an update, with Microsoft confirming that it released an...
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  • Break out the Ethernet cables, because WiFi is insecure (for now)

    Break out the Ethernet cables, because WiFi is insecure (for now)

    Most modern devices that use WiFi make use of a security protocol called WPA2. Basically you enter a password and you can connect to the network. But what you don’t see is how that password is just the first step in securing your connection. Once it’s entered, your phone, tablet, laptop, or other device negotiates a “4-way handshake” with a WiFi access point to establish an encryption key that’s designed to keep anyone from spying on your data.

    But a team of security researchers have
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