Raspberry Pi panel PCs upgrade to CM3+ and expand to a half dozen models

Raspberry Pi panel PCs upgrade to CM3+ and expand to a half dozen models

ComfilePi has updated its IP65 classified industrial panel PCs and the Raspberry Pi CM3+ in various 7-inch, 10.1, 10.2, and 15-inch configurations with new features such as eMMC and open heat sink. Last week, ComfilePi announced the ComfilePi CPi-BV070WR variant of the comparable 7-inch panel…

Razer Blade 15, Why is it Awesome? – Linux Hint

Razer Blade 15, Why is it Awesome? – Linux Hint

Back in 2010, gaming was restricted to monstrous desktops or gaming consoles connected to your TVs. Then a computer accessories maker Razer launched a machine that revolutionized the way games were normally being played. It was a true gaming laptop called Razer Blade. Many companies…

Securing Data-in-Use With Confidential Computing

Securing Data-in-Use With Confidential Computing

Confidential computing capabilities and services will be a competitive differentiation factor for cloud providers. Most organizations should already have mastered the first two pillars of data protection – securing public domain data and data in transit – in their hybrid business environment. The third component…

Was that November’s Patch Tuesday? Already? Oh, no, it’s just Adobe issuing 14 emergency security fixes • The Register

Was that November’s Patch Tuesday? Already? Oh, no, it’s just Adobe issuing 14 emergency security fixes • The Register

Adobe released updated versions of its Acrobat and Reader software on Tuesday that fix fourteen vulnerabilities, four of which are considered critical. These updates should be installed as soon as possible to close the safety holes. The safety bulletin (APSB20-67) applies to DC Acrobat, DC…

Creating and Deploying PKI Certificates in Bulk

Create and deploy mass PKI certificates Digital certificates are the guardians of modern electronic commerce and secure communication. But what’s all this about? Where did they come from? How do you manage the issuance, distribution, and maintenance of certificates, especially when you have many servers…

3 Steps to Building a Resilient Incident Response Plan

According to Accenture’s State of Cyber Security 2020 report, the average cost of a cyber attack for non-executives is $380,000 per incident. The report divides organizations into two categories: implementing and non-executive organizations. At the top are those who set the bar for innovation and…

How Safe is Your Vote?

How Safe is Your Vote?

As election day approaches in the United States, many people are concerned about cybersecurity in polling stations. It’s almost the same.  There are only a few weeks before election day and citizens want to be sure that their votes are registered.  Concerns about the purity…

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 20251 with a selection of welcome fixes

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 20251 with a selection of welcome fixes

Today it’s just a typically boring environment, nothing happens in the world, certainly not in America. Fortunately, Microsoft has released a new version of Windows 10 Insider Preview, specially designed to brighten up the days of people in the Dev channel. Read Also: Top 10…

QBot Trojan delivered via malspam campaign exploiting US election uncertainties – Malwarebytes Labs

QBot Trojan delivered via malspam campaign exploiting US election uncertainties – Malwarebytes Labs

Criminals won’t pass a unique opportunity to leverage current events to deliver malware. This blog post was authored by Jérôme Segura and Hossein Jazi. The 2020 US elections have been the subject of intense scrutiny and emotions while happening in the middle of a global…

Things To Remember Before Upgrading Production Server

Things To Remember Before Upgrading Production Server

Server security is a top priority for every system administrator. In addition to third-party security tools such as firewall, DDoS protection, etc., it is important that every piece of code on your production server is updated. If your application is in production, an upgrade is…