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  • CCleaner Malware second payload discovered

    CCleaner Malware second payload discovered

    A new report by Cisco's Talos Group suggests that the CCleaner hack was more sophisticated than initially thought. The researchers found evidence of a second payload during their analysis of the malware which targeted very specific groups based on domains.

    On September 18, 2017
    Piriform reported that the company's infrastructure distributed a malicious version of the file cleaning software CCleaner for about a month.

    The company's infrastructure was compromised, and users
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  • Firefly Introduces RK3399 CoreBoard with up to 4GB RAM, 128GB eMMC Flash

    Firefly Introduces RK3399 CoreBoard with up to 4GB RAM, 128GB eMMC Flash

    Firefly-RK3399 is a development board powered by Rockchip RK3399, and the company behind the board has now launched a system-on-module called RK3399 Coreboard with 2 to 4GB RAM, 8 to 128GB flash, a PMIC, and a 314-pin MXM 3.0 edge connector exposing various I/Os.

    RK3399 CoreBoard specifications:
    • SoC – Rockchip RK3399 hexa-core big.LITTLE processor with dual core ARM Cortex A72 up to 2.0 GHz and quad core Cortex A53 processor, ARM Mali-T860 MP4 GPU with OpenGL 1.1 to 3.1 support,
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  • Linux Driver Update Fixes Apollo Lake Passthrough Problems

    Linux Driver Update Fixes Apollo Lake Passthrough Problems

    There is finally good news from an Intel developer when it comes to the HDMI audio passthrough problems that we’ve been seeing with the Intel Apollo Lake and Kaby Lake based devices that utilize an LSPCon to convert the DP 1.2 signal to HDMI 2.0 signal. Previously DTS-X, DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD audio formats were not working at all under Linux, even if they were ok under Windows.

    Why this was important? Well, for example, it was basically impossible to hear any Dolby Atmos content on
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  • Amlogic S805X Processor is Designed for Low Cost TV Boxes with 1080p H.264, H.265 and VP9 Video Support

    The low end of the TV box market is now highly competitive with Rockchip and Amlogic battling to offer the cheapest solutions available, as we’ve seen in a recent factory price list of TV boxes with RK3229 based devices selling for as low as $17.8, and Amlogic S905W based boxes going for $17.5 and up (per unit) for orders of 200 pieces. Amlogic has been working on an even lower cost SoC with Amlogic S805X based on four Cortex A53 cores, the same Mali-450MP GPU, but no 4K support, and instead H.264,...
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  • CCleaner: A Vast Number of Machines at Risk

    CCleaner: A Vast Number of Machines at Risk

    This post was authored by: Edmund Brumaghin, Ross Gibb, Warren Mercer, Matthew Molyett, and Craig Williams

    Update 9/18: CCleaner Cloud version 1.07.3191 is also reported to be affected
    Introduction

    Supply chain attacks are a very effective way to distribute malicious software into target organizations. This is because with supply chain attacks, the attackers are relying on the trust relationship between a manufacturer or supplier and a customer. This trust relationship...
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    Last edited by trebor; 09-18-2017, 10:51.

  • Broadcom Introduces Three 802.11ax “Max WiFi” Chips: BCM43684, BCM43694 & BCM4375

    Broadcom Introduces Three 802.11ax “Max WiFi” Chips: BCM43684, BCM43694 & BCM4375


    We've already written about the new
    802.11ax WiFi standard that promises up to 10 Gbps data rates, support for 2.4 & 5 GHz bands, up to 4x longer range, and better handling of high density scenarios. It appears 802.11ax we’ll be known as Max WiFi to the masses, and Broadcom has unveiled Max WiFi solutions for home and enterprise routers, as well as a smartphones.

    There are currently three Max WiFi solutions from Broadcom:
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  • Premium HDMI Cable Certification Program

    Premium HDMI Cable Certification Program

    The Premium HDMI Cable Certification Program is the new program from the creators of HDMI technology that encompasses additional and enhanced cable testing as well as an authentication and verification program.

    Cables are tested to ensure they support the full 18Gbps bandwidth from the HDMI 2.0b specification plus an EMI test to ensure cables minimize interference with wireless signals.

    The program is designed to give end users confidence when purchasing new HDMI cables
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  • Android Oreo released by Google

    Android Oreo released by Google

    Google has released the latest version of its Android mobile operating system (OS), which is named after Oreo chocolate biscuits.



    It adds a new "picture-in-picture" mode that lets some apps run in a small corner of the screen.

    Google's own Nexus and Pixel phones are expected to be the first to receive the software update.

    Android Oreo introduces measures to help people manage the volume of notifications on their devices, which has been
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  • Hardkernel ODROID-HC1 Home Cloud One Stackable NAS is now available (CNX)

    Hardkernel ODROID-HC1 Home Cloud One Stackable NAS is now available (CNX)

    Hardkernel has just launched their ODROID-HC1 stackable NAS system based on a cost-down version of ODROID-XU4 board powered by Samsung Exynos 5422 octa-core Cortex-A15/A7 processor, which as previously expect, you can purchase for $49 on Hardkernel website, or distributors like Ameridroid.


    We now have the complete specifications for ODROID-HC1 (Home Cloud One) platform:
    • SoC – Samsung Exynos 5422 octa-core processor with 4x ARM Cortex-A15 @ 2.0 GHz, 4x ARM Cortex-A7 @ 1.4GHz,
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  • Qualcomm Launches Falkor CPU core

    Qualcomm Launches Falkor CPU core



    Qualcomm has announced its Falkor CPU core, a processor architecture intended for CPUs in data-centers. Though little info is given, this seems to be based upon an ARMv8-processor with 48 cores fabbed at 10nm.

    -- qualcomm --

    Five years ago, as we at Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies began to map out our strategy to enter the datacenter market, we recognized the then-nascent trend to cloud computing and designed a technology roadmap with cloud computing in mind.
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