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Oracle Database suffers from "stealth password cracking vulnerability"

arstechnica.com
A weakness in an Oracle login system—used in the company's databases which grant access to sensitive information—makes it trivial for attackers to crack user passwords and gain entry without authorization, a researcher has warned. The issue has been dubbed the "Oracle stealth password cracking vulnerability," by the researcher who discovered...
Oracle Database suffers from "stealth password cracking vulnerability"
Raspberry Pi Used To Replace A 30-Foot GSM Base Station And Create A Working Mobile Network
After winning awards for data analytics wizardry, SiSense raises a $10 million Series B round

Black Hat hacker gains access to 4 million hotel rooms with Arduino microcontroller

www.extremetech.com
Bad news: With less than $50 of off-the-shelf hardware and a little bit of programming, it’s possible for a hacker to gain instant, untraceable access to millions of key card-protected hotel rooms.This hack was demonstrated by Cody Brocious, a Mozilla software developer, at the Black Hat security conference in Las...
Black Hat hacker gains access to 4 million hotel rooms with Arduino microcontroller

Dropping the F-BOMB at ShmooCon

www.wired.com
The F-BOMB in its CO-detector disguise (photo by Brendan O'Connor, used with his permission) If you’ve read any science fiction in the last decade or so, you’re surely familiar with the notion of computing motes or “smart-dust.” These nanotech computing devices are envisioned to possess a variety of physical sensors,...
Dropping the F-BOMB at ShmooCon

Vidpresso Wants To Help TV Stations Put Your Tweets And Facebook Comments On Air

techcrunch.com
It’s hard to find a live morning show or sports event coverage on TV these days that doesn’t feature tweets or Facebook comments from viewers. For most programs, though, getting those message on air is actually more difficult than it seems and often involves custom software and expensive hardware. Vidpresso,...
Vidpresso Wants To Help TV Stations Put Your Tweets And Facebook Comments On Air
Loose-lipped iPhones top the list of smartphones exploited by hacker
SafeHouse Is A Legit Home Security System Powered By Ninja Blocks And Raspberry Pi

Condition One immerses iPads and iPhones in 180-degree video, shakes up dreary apps (video)

www.engadget.com
Video in tablet magazines and similar apps sometimes -- okay, often -- comes across as a grafted-on extra. Condition One, a startup by war photographer Danfung Dennis, wants to make video an intrinsic part of the experience by taking advantage of the motion sensors in smartphones and tablets. Video...
Condition One immerses iPads and iPhones in 180-degree video, shakes up dreary apps (video)
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