All The Gadgets On The Flash's New Suit

All The Gadgets On The Flash’s New Suit

(Photo: The CW ) On tonight’s episode of The CW’s The Flash , Barry Allen gets a new suit — and more than just looks, it is packed with technology that is begging to be exploited throughout the season (assuming it doesn’t become a huge liability against high-tech baddies […]

While we aren’t going to spoil which ones get used tonight and how, we figured it could be fun to break down some of what was said and seen to discuss the upgrades Cisco had been putting in place during Barry’s absence.

Five Ways To Protect Your Gadgets on Business Trips

Five Ways To Protect Your Gadgets on Business Trips

Travel gives you a unique chance to see new places and meet new people. At the same time, it opens the opportunity for you to lose your valuable gadgets like laptops and phones. Consequently, unauthorised persons may access secret company information, you will be unable to make calls and you will improvise if you have a business presentation.

So, as a business traveller, you have to be conscious of how you keep your gadgets because the real cost of losing your gadgets when on a business trip goes beyond the face value. Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency shares tips to help protect your gadgets while on a business trip.

CERT: These emerging technologies bring new risks

CERT: These emerging technologies bring new risks

Some of these areas are moving ahead so quickly in adoption that companies have not had a chance to completely evaluate their implications. For example, “machine learning and robotics are advancing more quickly than expected, and may have as-yet-undiscovered risks,” said Dan Klinedinst, senior threat and vulnerability researcher at CERT and one of the authors of the report.

Emerging technologies are finding their way into everyday life as they mature and gain acceptance. But that doesn’t mean they’re without risk. The CERT Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University once again has updated its list of technologies that might present challenges from an information […]

Here is every patch for KRACK Wi-Fi attack available right now

Here is every patch for KRACK Wi-Fi attack available right now

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Monday morning was not a great time to be an IT admin, with the public release of a bug which allowed WPA2 security to be broken.

As reported previously by ZDNet, the bug, dubbed “KRACK” — which stands for Key Reinstallation Attack — is at heart a fundamental flaw in the way Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) operates.

The security protocol, an upgrade from WPA, is used to protect and secure communications between everything from our routers, mobile devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, but there is an issue in the system’s four-way handshake which permits devices with a pre-shared password to join a network.