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Debian 9.4 Released

An anonymous reader quotes Debian.org: The Debian project is pleased to announce the fourth update of its stable distribution Debian 9 (codename “stretch”). This point release mainly adds corrections for security issues, along with a few adjustments for serious problems… Please note that the point release does not constitute a new version of Debian 9 but only updates some of ... Read More »

Lawmakers Continue Fighting For Net Neutrality in the US Senate, Courts, and States

Here’s the latest developments in the ongoing fight over net neutrality rules: CNET reports that Democrats in the Senate “have been pushing to use the Congressional Review Act to roll back the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality rules. They’ve gotten the support of 50 senators for the measure, including one Republican, Susan Collins of Maine. Sen. John Kennedy from Louisiana ... Read More »

Google Maps Apps Add ‘Mario Kart’ Feature

An anonymous reader quotes WLWT News: Starting Saturday, “Mario Time” will be available on the Google Maps app for iOS and Android, letting you drive around town with Mario as your guide, cruising the app in a go-kart similar to the iconic “Mario Kart” video game. When users launch the latest version of the app, the feature is activated by ... Read More »

Massive DDOS Attacks Are Now Targeting Google, Amazon, and the NRA

PC Magazine reports: A new way to amplify DDoS attacks has been spotted harassing Google, Amazon, Pornhub and even the National Rifle Association’s main website after striking Github last week. The attacks, which exploit vulnerable “memcached servers,” have been trying to hose down scores of new targets with a flood of internet traffic, according to Chinese security firm Qihoo 360… ... Read More »

SgxSpectre Attack Can Extract Data From Intel SGX Enclaves

An anonymous reader quotes BleepingComputer: A new variation of the Spectre attack has been revealed this week by six scientists from the Ohio State University. Named SgxSpectre, researchers say this attack can extract information from Intel SGX enclaves. Intel Software Guard eXtensions (SGX) is a feature of modern Intel processors that allow an application to create so-called enclaves. This enclave ... Read More »