Microsoft warns of new BlueKeep‑like flaws

Unlike BlueKeep, however, these vulnerabilities affect more recent Windows versions, including Windows 10 Microsoft issued fixes for four critical vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop Services (RDS) this week, likening two of them to ‘BlueKeep’, another critical flaw in the same Windows component. All four Remote Code Execution (RCE) flaws – tracked as CVE‑2019‑1181, CVE‑2019‑1182, CVE‑2019‑1222 and […]

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How to Build Your 5G Preparedness Toolkit

5G has been nearly a decade in the making but has really dominated the mobile conversation in the last year or so. This isn’t surprising considering the potential benefits this new type of network will provide to organizations and users alike. However, just like with any new technological advancement, there are a lot of questions […]

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The (Upcoming) WordPress Renaissance

About The Author Leonardo Losoviz is the creator of PoP, a framework for building modular websites based on PHP and Handlebars, and powered by WordPress. He lives in Kuala … More about Leonardo Leonardo … Since its release 8 months ago, Gutenberg has been greatly improved, offering a user experience much richer than anything that […]

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Financial Phishing Grows in Volume and Sophistication in First Half of 2019

Criminals are using the tools intended to protect consumers to attack them through techniques that are becoming more successful with each passing month. Phishing — especially phishing involving websites claiming to be from financial institutions — is growing, and criminals are getting better at their craft. A new report shows how attackers are using messages […]

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FAA bans 15-inch Apple MacBook Pros with defective batteries

After Apple notified its customers of potentially defective MacBook Pro batteries in June, the Federal Aviation Administration has banned all affected laptops from flying on U.S. airlines. It’s currently unclear which U.S. airlines have been notified, but Bloomberg reported that four airlines — TUI Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines, Air Italy, and Air Transat — have already […]

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Staggered CSS Transitions

.mega-header::before { content: “”; position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0; width: 75%; height: 90%; background-image: radial-gradient(ellipse closest-side, rgba(15, 14, 22, 0.5), #100e17), url(https://res.cloudinary.com/css-tricks/image/fetch/w_1200,q_auto,f_auto/https://css-tricks.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/stagger.png); background-size: cover; background-repeat: no-repeat; opacity: 0.75; } Let’s say you wanted to move an element on :hover for a fun visual effect. @media (hover: hover) { .list–item { transition: 0.1s; transform: translateY(10px); […]

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Meet Bluetana, the Scourge of Pump Skimmers

“Bluetana,” a new mobile app that looks for Bluetooth-based payment card skimmers hidden inside gas pumps, is helping police and state employees more rapidly and accurately locate compromised fuel stations across the nation, a study released this week suggests. Data collected in the course of the investigation also reveals some fascinating details that may help […]

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In the Balkans, businesses are under fire from a double‑barreled weapon

ESET researchers discovered a campaign that uses two malicious tools with similar capabilities to ensure both resilience and broader potential for the attackers We’ve discovered an ongoing campaign in the Balkans spreading two tools having a similar purpose: a backdoor and a remote access trojan we named, respectively, BalkanDoor and BalkanRAT. BalkanRAT enables the attacker […]

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