A team of researchers, which includes Tripwire VERT’s Craig Young, have revealed that TLS stacks from at least 8 different vendors, including F5, Citrix, and Cisco are vulnerable to a well-known 19-year-old protocol flaw called Oracle Threat known as ROBOT. The research found that some of the most popular webpages on the Internet were affected, including Facebook and Paypal.
Breaking news has revealed that security researchers have discovered a new database on the dark web that contains 1.4 billion user names and password combinations in clear text. While scouring the dark web for stolen, leaked or lost data, researchers at 4iQ found the 41GB file with an interactive, aggregate database dubbed the largest ever found in the dark web to date.
13,800 breakdown calls made to breakdown providers by 12:00pm on Monday 11th December
· 49,800 calls made during the previous three days (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)
· Cold weather set to continue and conditions predicted to worsen
· Motorists urged to stay safe and avoid driving in freezing weather if possible
As snow and ice strike Britain, Green Flag has revealed record numbers of calls to breakdown providers across the UK on Monday 11th December.
It has been reported that Security researchers have discovered a new database floating around the dark web that contains a whopping 1.4 billion user names and password combinations in clear text. While scouring the dark web for stolen, leaked or lost data, researchers at 4iQ found the 41GB file with an interactive, aggregate database dubbed the largest ever found in the dark web to date.
Reports have surfaced on the discovery of potentially the single largest aggregate database yet found on the Dark Web. Researchers have found a database of 1.4 billion clear text credentials which are not from a new breach, but a compilation of 252 previous breaches.
Embry-Riddle’s Eagle Flight Research Center to Help Create Jobs
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A new project at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, funded by a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce through its Economic Development Administration (EDA), is expected to create 387 new jobs and spur $1.6 million in private investment.
German-built gravity research satellites are on the way to the launch site at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California – launch is planned for spring 2018.
Munich/Friedrichshafen, 12/12/2017 – The twin GRACE-FO satellites have now set off on their journey to Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Together with test equipment totalling around 45 tonnes, the gravity research satellites built and developed by Airbus in Friedrichshafen (Germany) were loaded overnight onto an air freighter at Munich airport and flown to the USA this morning. GRACE-FO is a joint project between NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) based in Pasadena, California, and the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam.
The Arkyd-6 spacecraft not only tests our core technologies, but also tests how we work together as a team. In this video, our Director of Systems Engineering Brian Douglas describes the design and engineering philosophies that worked really well for us when building Arkyd-6.