Add this to the list of things you wish you didn't know about; multistage malware which hides in the Windows Event Viewer and from there is able to do a wide variety…Read More
Podcast #664 – AMD & Xilinx, Corsair K70 KB & Fractal Torrent Nano reviews, NAND Destroyed!, Malware!, Bye Ballistix RAM + MOrE!
AMD finishes buying Xilinx, we review the Fractal Torrent Nano case and the Corsair K70 RGB Pro keyboard, malware talk and gaming quick hits + ruined NAND, Nvidia financials, and no more…Read More
Podcast #663 – ARMless Nvidia, RISC-V & Intel, Record AMD Marketshare, be quiet! 850w PSU, Retro Storage + MORE
AMD Sets all time market share, Nvidia is not getting ARM'd, Intel making big investment in RISC-V, more Malware! Sound Blaster X4, "Random" things, Be Quiet! Pure Power 11 discussion and some…Read More
Podcast #662 – Two’s Day, End of GPU MSRPs, AMD Xilinx Deal, Sony Bungie Deal, EVGA XR1 Review + MORE!
It was a Wednesday like no other: a twos-day. 2/2/22. Now, we could have done an even MORE twos-day show on 2/22/22, but we didn't think that far ahead. Also, that hasn't…Read More
Podcast #661 – Nvidia RTX 3050 Launch, DDR5 8888, ARM acquisition update, More Malware, Win 11 Task Manager, Steam Deck Shipping + MORE!
Another entry level GPU you cannot buy? Sure! Also looks like Nvidia probably will NOT be buying ARM to the great relief of ... many? DDR5 world record overclocking, Microsoft…Read More
As many already knew, there was a serious situation that developed over at Sebastian's house when a tree fell on his house. And his car. Dorthy like. But now power and internet have…Read More
Podcast #643 – SSD components get swapped, Win 11 news, 2x be quiet! cooler reviews, EVGA 3090 update + more!
It's been a busy few days, m'kay? But we're back once again to discuss burgers, Windows 11, AMD servers use a lot less power than Intel (NO WAY), various security issues, SSD…Read More
Tesla stores your Owner Authentication token in plain text … which leads to a bad Ashton Kutcher movie
You might expect better from Tesla and Elon Musk but apparently you would be dissappointed as the OAuth token in your cars mobile app is stored in plain text. The token is…Read More
Managing mobile devices in an enterprise environment is a nightmare, even with properly set up security polices and some sort of Mobile Device Manager. Security firm Skycure recently estimated one in every…Read More
For the past few years we have heard about some rather horrific security vulnerabilities in hospitals and sadly this has not changed at all. Indeed many hospitals are still on...Read More
Upsetting news today from GeoEdge, not only is HTML5 not going to prevent drive by infections from ads but it also turns out that Flash was nowhere near as responsible for these…Read More
With the lousy news below the fold, up to and including yet another StageFright exploit, here is a bit of amusing news to balance out the bad. A recently unleashed ransomware program…Read More
Compromised ad servers have been pushing out ransomware directly to unwitting users of many popular domains. As reported by Ars Technica (via MalwareBytes and others), whose story is heavily referenced here, the...Read More
The Microsoft Malware Protection Center has announced that, on March 31st, 2016, certain types of advertisement-injection will be reclassified as malware. This does not include all forms...Read More
A report from Paul Thurrott draws an uncomfortable comparison between the behavior of Samsung's notebook software and the recent Superfish controversy, and should be cause for concern for anyone using Samsung laptops…Read More
Since 2014 Lenovo has been selling consumer laptops installed with an innocuously named program, Superfish. For those not in the habit of wiping their laptop and installing the OS fresh to avoid…Read More