Day: January 24, 2021

Hardware Open Source

RISC-V and the Future of Open-Source Computing at CES 2021

Engadget sat down with Calista Redmond from RISC-V International, Krste Asanović from SiFive, Ted Marena of Western Digital, and Art Swift from Esperanto Technologies to talk about RISC-V. This is an open-standard processor architecture that hopes to open up chip design to many companies from startups to major firms. RISC-V enables companies to design their […]

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Data Security

Basics of SQL Injection – Penetration Testing for Ethical Hackers

In case you’re wondering why I am posting a lot of security related content today, the reason is simple: it impacts everyone. If you’re a data engineer and think that you are immune to security concerns, think again. SQL injection is a common hacking technique used to retrieve or destroy data from a database without […]

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Linux Security

Linux for Ethical Hackers

freeCodeCamp.org provides this free course, where you will learn the basics of Kali Linux. The course covers installation, using the terminal / command line, bash scripting, tools and features for ethical hacking, and more. The course focuses on Kali Linux but much of the content applies to other versions of Linux as well.

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Security

Malware Using BSSID for Geolocation

AT&T Tech Channel highlights a new malware technique. Malware operators find location of victims they infect with a simple technique. Stan Nurilov, Michael Klepper and Jim Clausing of the AT&T Chief Security Office discuss the week’s top cybersecurity news, and share news on the current trends of malware, spam, and internet anomalies observed on the […]

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