Archive for February 2016

7 bad speaking habits to break today

Even your best ideas mean nothing if no one listens to you. We’ve broken down the bad habits you should avoid if you want to be an effective communicator. Posted from WordPress for Android

Quantum Computing With Ordinary CMOS Transistors – IEEE Spectrum

Future quantum computers might not be all that different from the one you’re using now. An international team of researchers have created a the most fundamental part of a quantum computer—the quantum bit, or qubit—using only a CMOS transistor that is not much different from those in today’s microprocessors. Posted from WordPress for Android

How To Patch and Protect Linux Glibc Getaddrinfo Stack-based Buffer Overflow Zero Day Vulnerability CVE-2015-7547 and CVE-2015-5229 [ 16/Feb/2016 ]

A stack-based critical buffer overflow was found in the way the libresolv library (glibc) performed dual A/AAAA DNS queries. A remote attacker could crash or, potentially, execute code running the library on Linux. How do I patch and protect my server or workstation against the glibc getaddrinfo on Linux operating system? Posted from WordPress

U.S. Hacked Into Iran’s Critical Civilian Infrastructure For Massive Cyberattack, New Film Claims – BuzzFeed News

A new documentary on “Stuxnet”, the joint U.S.-Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear program, reveals it was just a small part of a much bigger cyber operation against the nation’s military and civilian infrastructure under the code name “NITRO ZEUS”. Posted from WordPress for Android