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Linus Torvalds Got Confused About ‘When and Where’ Maintainer’s Summit Is Going To be...

From The Linux Foundation's mailing list: Last Friday (just before Labor Day) I learned that Linus had gotten confused about when and where the Maintainer's Summit was going to...

Debian’s Anti-Harassment Team Is Removing A Package Over Its Name

quantic_oscillation7 shares a report: The latest notes from the Debian anti-harassment team on Wednesday caught my attention when reading, "We were requested to advice on the appropriateness of a...

DOJ To Announce Charges Against North Koreans For Sony Hack, Wannacry Attack

The Justice Department is planning to announce charges Thursday against North Korean nationals who U.S. authorities have accused of being behind the massive hack of Sony in 2014 and...

Parents, it’s time to delete Pet Chat from your child’s LeapPad

LeapFrog has done lots to fix the security of the LeapPad. Now all that's left is for parents to scrape Pet Chat off of older tablets. Read more

SpaceX Delays Plans To Send Space Tourists To Circle Moon

SpaceX will reportedly no longer be sending a pair of space tourists to circle the moon this year. The flight was scheduled for late 2018, but has been delayed,...

Apparently, People Say ‘Thank You’ To Self-Driving Pizza Delivery Vehicles

An anonymous reader shares a report: Last summer, Ford worked with Domino's Pizza on a test in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where it delivered pizza to randomly chosen customers in...

Robin “Roblimo” Miller, a Long-Time Voice of the Linux Community, Has Passed Away

Reader rootmon writes: Our thoughts/prayers are with the family and friends of long time open source writer/journalist Robin "Roblimo" Miller who passed away this morning. Robin "Roblimo" Miller (born...

The Oldest Known Human Remains In the Americas Have Been Found In a Mexican...

schwit1 shares a report from Seeker: An ice-free corridor between the Americas and Asia opened up about 12,500 years ago, allowing humans to cross over the Bering land bridge...

Kaspersky Admits To Reaping Hacking Tools From NSA Employee PC

Kaspersky has acknowledged that code belonging to the US National Security Agency (NSA) was lifted from a PC for analysis but insists the theft was not intentional. From a...

What technology vs humans means for the future

ITWeb Industry Tech Update 2017Register now to attend the inaugural ITWeb Industry Tech Update at Th... Read more

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CVE-2019-1484

A remote code execution vulnerability exists when Microsoft Windows OLE fails to properly validate user input, aka 'Windows OLE Remote Code Execution Vulnerability'. Read...

CVE-2019-1470

An information disclosure vulnerability exists when Windows Hyper-V on a host operating system fails to properly validate input from an authenticated user on a...

CVE-2019-13763

Insufficient policy enforcement in payments in Google Chrome prior to 79.0.3945.79 allowed a remote attacker who had compromised the renderer process to leak cross-origin...