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Hardware & Gadgets / Security vulnerability hits Intel processors (yes, yet again)
« Last post by :Technology: on November 18, 2019, 09:44:25 PM »

Security researchers announced past Tuesday (12/09/2019) the discovery of a new security problem, which according to them, Intel had already been warned about a year before and never found a plausible solution to fix it.

As before, the Processor giant states that there isn't evidence of exploits stemming from that specific flaw. Of course, the potential risk for its users is significative.

The discoverers of this flaw, the attack is a Zombieload variant. It targets what Intel calls MDS, short for Microarchitectural Data Sampling.

Through it, a hacker can force a CPU to leak information temporarily stored on its memory.

Corrections have already been emitted by Intel and they confessed that, though the work isn't complete, they believe it has substantially reduced the attack surface.

...Or Constellations in outer space have met their match here on Earth.

Take a look at the quick video to see what we're referring to.

Further technological wonders are available in China Xinhua Sci-Tech's Twitter Page.
Latest News / Rockets rain down upon Israel
« Last post by :News: on November 12, 2019, 09:40:07 PM »

This Tuesday, after the IDF killed a Palestinian commander of the Islamic Jihad, about 50 rockets were fired upon against Israel as retaliation. Air Defence Systems intercepted 20 of them.

With that said, injured people from the attack are at around 30 at the time of this post.

One of the rockets crashed into a freeway, nearly missing two vehicles passing by at the moment, caught by a nearby camera:

Science / Re: The Size of Space
« Last post by WindSplitter1 on November 12, 2019, 08:59:46 PM »
Sorry, folks!

The link was dead but it's working now.

Science / The Size of Space
« Last post by :Science: on November 11, 2019, 11:31:32 PM »
Space is quite vast. You could say there's an ecosystem just like ours outside Earth. There's more than just planets and stars out there.

Want to see how it looks like?
Online Gaming / [ ▶ ] Chieftain Talks: The Hunt for Tirpitz
« Last post by :Gaming: on November 11, 2019, 09:15:12 PM »
News and General discussion / Grab it while you can: NVIDIA RTX bundle offers
« Last post by :Gaming: on November 07, 2019, 09:59:03 PM »

Until 18/10/2019, NVIDIA is offering their proud new owners of their current iteration of graphics cards with the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare video game.

This is applicable for any NVIDIA RTX 20XX series card. Eligibility can be confirmed through their website, along with Terms and Conditions, though most markets will have the opportunity to seize their bundle.

Here's some gameplay footage of the game. Pretty smooth, pretty slick:

Latest News / RIP Facebook. Give way to WT:Social
« Last post by :News: on November 04, 2019, 11:40:06 PM »

Jimmy Wales, the founder of the Wikimedia Foundation and creator of the Wikipedia platform, came up with another invention, with the promise to overthrow Facebook's reign of data protection and disinformation terror.

Called "WikiTribune Social" or WT:Social, it somewhat resembles Reddit's structuring in the sense you are able to follow several subjects and comment upon them. While it's still in development phase, registrations are already open. At the moment of this post, seems like just under 10.000 people have already joined.
Like Wikipedia itself, the platform will be supported with donations from its users, ad-free and independent. The initiative stems from Social Networks like Facebook, allegedly disregard personal information protection, which is often sold to third parties for profit.
Humor Zone / "In Soviet Russia..." [Episode 1]
« Last post by :Art: on November 01, 2019, 05:48:32 PM »
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