In 2012 it was reported that 16% of Internet users claim to always read privacy policies of the sites and online services with which they share their private information. I would probably challenge that figure since I would have anticipated a decimal point to the left, but let us assume that it is 16%. Well for those of you in that group, this article is probably for you.
Eight zero-day vulnerabilities affecting the Android, Windows, Linux and iOS implementations of Bluetooth can be exploited by attackers to extract information from, execute malicious code on, or perform a MitM attack against vulnerable devices.
For as long as anybody remembers, backup and recovery has been the number one application workload type predicted to move into the cloud. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that a survey conducted by Barracuda Networks finds that just over half the companies responding (50.6 percent) say their backups are now based in the cloud. Moreover, a full 76 percent report that at the very least they replicate their data to the cloud.
I wanted to get Veeam Agent for Linux (VAL) into my lab so I have a more complete lab so I can always show off stuff as need. It turned out to be harder to do then expected. So an article had to be written. Most of what is below is at the command line. So here we go!
Magnetic data storage has long been considered too slow for use in the working memories of computers. Researchers at ETH have now investigated a technique by which magnetic data writing can be done considerably faster and using less energy.