BleedingTooth: Intel Discloses Early, Angering Linux Lovers

A Google researcher discovered a high-severity vulnerability in the Linux Bluetooth stack.
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BleedingTooth Bluetooth vulnerability allows RCE in Linux devices

By Sudais Asif
Bluetooth has been for long, one of the most used communication protocols due to the ease it offers but that can be vulnerable as well.
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Modern Network Adapter for Retro Computers

Universal Serial Bus, or USB, is so ingrained in modern computing that it’s hard to imagine a time without it. That time did exist, though, and it was a wild west of connector types, standards, and interfacing methods. One of the more interesting interfaces of the time was the SIO …read more

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Google, Intel Warn on ‘Zero-Click’ Kernel Bug in Linux-Based IoT Devices

Intel and Google are urging users to update the Linux kernel to version 5.9 or later. Continue reading Google, Intel Warn on ‘Zero-Click’ Kernel Bug in Linux-Based IoT Devices

Latest Marshall Major headphones keep rocking for 80 hours per charge

Around this time last year, Marshall released a new version of its Major wireless headphones that offered a ludicrous 60 hours of per charge use time. Now the iconic brand has thrown another 20 hours into the mix with the release of the Major IV on-ear… Continue reading Latest Marshall Major headphones keep rocking for 80 hours per charge

Teardown: BlackBerry Smart Card Reader

Years before Steve Jobs showed off the first iPhone, the BlackBerry was already the must-have accessory for mobile professionals. Back then, nobody was worried about watching movies or playing the latest games on their mobile devices, they just wanted a secure and fast way to send and receive email on …read more

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