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Volvo says no more diesel engines, the future is electric

Stricter nitrogen oxide emissions regulations mean an end to diesel-engine development.

Yo, patch that because scum still wanna exploit WannaCrypt-linked vuln

Significant number of devices continue to expose Windows SMB on port 445 Vulnerable Windows Server Message Block (SMB) shares central to last week's WannaCrypt outbreak are still widely deployed and frequently hunted, security researchers warn.…

WannaCry Shares Code with Lazarus APT Samples

Experts have confirmed there are similarities between code used by the ransomware WannaCry and the Lazarus APT.

WannaCry and Lazarus Group – the missing link?

Moments ago, Neel Mehta, a researcher at Google posted a mysterious message on Twitter.

The cryptic message in fact refers to similarity between samples that have shared code between themselves.

The two samples Neel refers to post are a Wannacry cryptor sample and a Lazarus APT group sample.

WannaCry ransomware slipped in through slow patching

The plain truth about security updates is that enterprises will always have a lag time between when patches are released and when they're deployed.

Even so, too many organizations are taking too long to test and schedule, and they're paying the pric...

Java and C continue to decline in popularity

Keep on moving over, Java and C. Other languages are closing the popularity gap.That's the gist of this month's Tiobe index, which gauges language popularity based on a formula assessing search-engine activity. While still ranking number one and two in the index, Java and C continue to see their shares dwindle as other languages capture attention.[ The art of programming moves rapidly.
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"Java and C are in a heavy downward trend since the beginning of 2016.

Both languages have lost more than [six percentage points] if compared to last year," according to report accompanying the index. Java's rating is 14.639 percent this month, down 6.32 points, more than 30 percent from May 2016.

The situation is even more dire for C; it declined 6.22 points from a year ago to 7.002 percent, a decline of nearly 48 percent.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Clash of Greed

Yet, the more popular game is, the higher the probability that fraudsters will be looking to make a fortune on that popularity by, for example, organizing phishing attacks on the player base.

Those phishing attacks, though always quite similar in their nature, are very competently planned.

Microsoft Word 0-day was actively exploited by strange bedfellows

Same exploit used by malware crooks and nation-sponsored hackers targeting Russians.

Apple is developing its own power management chips, says analyst

Apple is developing its own power management chips, according to a report from German private bank Bankhaus Lampe. The release of the report Tuesday led to a sharp drop in the shares of Dialog Semiconductor, the current supplier of these chips to the iPhone maker.“The teams of both companies collaborate very closely and thus, Dialog cannot be replaced by a third-party supplier. However, Apple itself could replace Dialog,” wrote analyst Karsten Iltgen.[ iPad Pro vs. Surface Pro vs. Pixel C vs. Galaxy TabPro S: The "tabtop" tablet/laptop hybrids compared. | Get deep into Windows: Subscribe to the InfoWorld Windows Report newsletter. ]As evidence, the report cited 16 different job openings on Apple’s website for analog/power management engineers for the design center in Munich alone.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Researchers find China tried infiltrating companies lobbying Trump on trade

"ScanBox" Web malware used compromised National Foreign Trade Council website.

After vote to kill privacy rules, users try to “pollute” their...

"ISP Data Pollution" fills browsing history with noise to protect your privacy.