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FISA Lives On & The NSA Keeps Surveillance Authority – ThreatWire

The NSA can legally monitor some communications, some google chrome extensions were found to be malicious, and OnePlus had a credit card hack. All that coming up now on ThreatWire.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Intelligence_Surveillance_Act
https://theintercept.com/2018/01/19/voice-recognition-technology-nsa/
http://www.zdnet.com/article/congress-demanded-nsa-spying-reform-instead-they-let-you-down/
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/a3n83g/senate-fisa-702-warrantless-surveillance-nsa
https://www.cnet.com/news/nsa-surveillance-programs-prism-upstream-live-on-snowden/
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/ne45jd/rand-paul-filibuster-fisa-702-senate

Google Chrome Once Again Target of Malicious Extensions

https://www.icebrg.io/blog/malicious-chrome-extensions-enable-criminals-to-impact-over-half-a-million-users-and-global-businesses
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/01/500000-chrome-users-fall-prey-to-malicious-extensions-in-google-web-store/
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/01/malicious-chrome-extension-is-next-to-impossible-to-manually-remove/

New Chrome and Firefox extensions block their removal to hijack browsers

OnePlus Confirms Credit Card Breach Impacted Up to 40,000 Customers

https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/jan-19-update-an-update-on-credit-card-security.752415/
http://www.zdnet.com/article/oneplus-confirms-hack-exposed-credit-cards-of-phone-buyers/

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Wi-Fi Cloud Maintenance Update

Hello WatchGuard Wi-Fi Cloud Users,

We are planning a brief maintenance on Friday, 26 January between 03:00 AM to Saturday, 27 January 09:00 AM UTC to deploy new features and improvements to the Wi-Fi Cloud.

During the maintenance window, Wi-Fi Cloud management will be inaccessible during the maintenance activity and you will not be able to perform configuration changes. There is no impact to customer Wi-Fi service. Access Points will still be functional and provide connectivity and security. Splash pages will also be functional for guest access.

Regards,

WatchGuard Wi-Fi Cloud Team


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How to setup Metasploitable 3 – Metasploit Minute

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TekThing 160 – Anker Roav VIVA Alexa Car Charger, 33 More CES 2018 Products, Razer Linda vs. Sentio Superbook

CES Trends, 33 More CES 2018 Products! Anker Roav VIVA Alexa Enabled Car Charger, Razer Linda vs. Sentio Superbook
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01:14 CES TRENDS
What was driving CES 2018 this year? AI that’s not so I, Voice Assistance and Commands (Google Assistant was everywhere.) Wireless charging is back in a serious way, thanks to Apple iPhones and wireless charging compatibility. (Shannon was admiring chargers from Belkin, iOttie, and Satechi). IoT security? Not so much. Robots? VR??? Watch the video to find out!
http://www.belkin.com/us/Products/mobile-accessories/Chargers-%26-Cables/Chargers/c/wireless-chargers/
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13:50 Anker ROAV VIVA Alexa Enabled Car Charger Review
Roav, Anker’s mobile division, announced the VIVA Alexa Enabled Car Charger. Patrick got to test it his drive back home from CES. How did running Alexa voice commands off a car charger go in a twenty-two year old mechanical diesel??? Watch the video to find out!
https://goroav.com/pages/viva
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19:37 More CES 2018!!!
Last week we dropped a whole bunch of segments from the CES 2018 show floor, from the best new TVs, to Razer’s Project Linda, giant thumbdrives, LG’s booth, and quite a bit more… but Patrick had a ton more picks, including AMD’s second gen 12nm “Zen+” Ryzen CPUs, Pioneer’s Tacoma crew cab demoing their new Z series and refreshed D series speakers, AstroReality’s 3D printed moon and AR app for exploring it… and you’ll find another 18 or so in the video!

29:43 Gaming Laptop Recco
Sue writes, “I am interested in purchasing a gaming laptop that must be compatible with the Acer Mixed Reality Headset. My budget currently is $1,000, but tell me if that is too low for a great gaming laptop.” $1000 is fine for most gaming, but for VR (or that Mixed Reality headset) it’ll be a stretch. Shannon suggests a budget of $1400, discusses minimum CPU and GPU picks in the video, and options such as Alienware gaming laptops in the video!
https://us.answers.acer.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/50932/~/acer-windows-mixed-reality-headset-system-compatibility-list
http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/cty/pdp/spd/alienware-13-laptop?~ck=mn

33:06 Sentio Superbook vs. Razer Dock
Benny emailed ask@tekthing.com, “Why is the Razer dock gets all this attention?? I know the phone serves as a touchpad, but the Sentio SuperBook is just as close to market.” We talk about the $3 million SuperBook (formerly Andromium) Kickstarter Project (and the Skarp Lazer Razer), and why Razer’s Linda is getting all the press!

https://www.razerzone.com/projectlinda

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-skarp-laser-razor-21st-century-shaving#/updates/all

https://www.sentio.com/preorder#here

37:33 Do Something Analog:
Like the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 441, who, Jack writes, made pillowcases for the Children’s Hospital of Colorado so they could learn to sew the bumpers for their competition robot. Jack adds, “Many kids have chronic diseases and spend lots of time in the hospital. A handmade pillowcase is one of the few ways that they can liven up and personalize their room!!! Way to go Team 441!!!
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Meltdown and Spectre – Everything You Need To Know – ThreatWire

Everything you need to know about Spectre and Meltdown. All that coming up now on ThreatWire.

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https://www.cnet.com/news/chips-exploit-meltdown-spectre-security-flaws-afflict-arm-phones-and-intel-pcs/
https://meltdownattack.com/
https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-fix-meltdown-spectre-intel-amd-arm-windows-mac-android-ios/
https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/01/intel-ceos-sale-of-stock-just-before-security-bug-reveal-raises-questions/
https://security.googleblog.com/2018/01/todays-cpu-vulnerability-what-you-need.html
chrome://flags/#enable-site-per-process
http://www.zdnet.com/article/meltdown-spectre-ibm-preps-firmware-and-os-fixes-for-vulnerable-power-cpus/
http://www.zdnet.com/article/spectre-mitigations-arrive-in-latest-nvidia-gpu-drivers/
http://www.zdnet.com/article/major-linux-distros-have-meltdown-patches-but-thats-only-part-of-the-fix/
http://www.zdnet.com/article/linux-vs-meltdown-ubuntu-gets-second-update-after-first-one-fails-to-boot/
https://www.cnet.com/news/apple-iphone-ipad-mac-ios-safari-processor-flaw-meltdown-spectre-intel-arm/
http://www.zdnet.com/article/meltdown-spectre-firmware-glitch-intel-warns-of-risk-of-sudden-reboots/
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4073707/windows-os-security-update-block-for-some-amd-based-devices
https://doublepulsar.com/important-information-about-microsoft-meltdown-cpu-security-fixes-antivirus-vendors-and-you-a852ba0292ec
http://www.securityweek.com/fake-meltdownspectre-patch-installs-malware
https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/list-of-meltdown-and-spectre-vulnerability-advisories-patches-and-updates/
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Hak5 2319 – [[ PAYLOAD ]] – OS Detection Payload

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TekThing 159 – CES 2018! New TVs From LG, Samsung, TCL, HiSense, Virtual Reality, 1TB Flash Drives, and more!

For those that requested it, here are each of our CES 2018 segments exported into one long video! These are the same segments already uploaded to Youtube, just clumped into one video. Thank you for supporting our coverage of CES!
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Luggage That Follows You + Smart Water Leak Sensors? We saw a lot on curious things at CES Unveiled, including the HIP’AIR by Helite air bag for seniors, the Guardian Leak Prevention System, LifeFuels water bottle (and system), and the ForwardX CX1 Self Driving Luggage Case. 

Razer’s Project Linda Phone Laptop Dock Actually Looks Cool! This 13.3″ docking station for your Razer Phone was just announced at CES 2018. We get a first look and hands on with the prototype!
The Best TVs of CES 2018 – LG, Samsung, TCL, Hisense, Sony: Robert Heron joins us to discuss LG’s OLED upgrades, how Samsung can catch up to OLED color quality, TCL’s new bargain lineup, some sweet new TVs from HiSense, and Sony’s 10,000 nit true HDR TV! 

Coolest Hacker Gadget? This PDA Dual Boots Linux and Android! The Gemini by Planet Computers is a TINY Linux and Android PC marketed for folks who want an updated PDA, but Shannon’s got some more hackery uses for it!

CHERRY MX Low Profile RGB Keys FIRST LOOK Can CHERRY make a key 35% thinner and keep the great MX Red feel?
Testing the Panasonic Lumix GH5S During CES 2018 Blackout When CES gives you a blackout, it’s a great time to test the low light performance of a new camera! 

AMD Radeon GPU Inside an Intel Mobile CPU!!! Kaby Lake-G Launches at CES 2018. Announced back in November, the new 8th Gen Intel Core with Radeon RX Vega M processors are going to be making for fast gaming and workstation laptops from HP and Dell, along with Intel NUCs soon! How fast are the RX Vega M Graphics? Watch the video! 

3D Printers at CES 2018 – LulzBot, Raise3D, MarkForged, Polymaker, More! What’s new in 3D printing? David Randolph from printedsolid.com joins us with an insider’s take on the new products on the show floor! 

New Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga and X1 Carbon Get Dolby Vision! Patrick got hands on with the new Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga at CES 2018! Both get enhanced Dolby Vision for excellent video quality.

VR Hands On – The HTC Vive Pro With Glasses – How Good Does It Really Look? Shannon got to play Raw Data on the HTC Vive Pro… the resolution is up 78% from the original. Is it worth upgrading? Watch the video to find out!

Sandisk & Western Digital: We got hands on with the Tiny SanDisk Ultra Fit 256GB Flash Drive, 1TB USB-C Flash Drive, and Extreme Portable 2TB SSD, and Western Digital’s new SSD version of the My Passport, the Wireless SSD announced at CES 2018! Plug and Stay? Deets in the video! 

LG Booth Tour at CES 2018!!! New TVs, LG CLOi, Nano Cell Display, and ThinQ AI: Shannon walks you through LG’s crazy CES booth, from giant walls of displays, to the new A9 OLED processor, CLOi (and her AI), voice assisted refrigerators (Why?), and more! 

Nvidia’s Big Format Gaming Displays Are The PC Gamer’s Dream Monitor: Nvidia’s 65″gaming displays are -not- TVs, tho movies look great on ’em. They’re the best gaming monitors that Shannon’s ever seen!
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IoT-Driven Manufacturing Trends to Look for in 2018

Male models pose in a factory run by women.

With Internet of Things (IoT) technology spending forecast to reach $772.5 billion this year — an increase of 15 percent over 2017 — the world’s top manufacturers are set to shift into exhilarating overdrive down the path to AI-driven and IoT-enabled automation. So where will 2018 take us on this journey? First and foremost, the year ahead will see manufacturers rapidly connecting the unconnected, consolidating workloads, focusing on data analytics and virtualizing as much as they can on the manufacturing floor. Furthermore, the manufacturing industry will continue its quest to connect to the data halos transmitted by all of the instrumented people, places and things. They will make further sense of this data by applying analytic algorithms to turn data into actionable information, providing better insight into facilities and production.

Shifting Roles and Revealing Value in IoT

While the industry is embracing IoT, they’ll begin to reveal its value in 2018. Unlike the enterprise resource projects (ERPs) of the 1980s and ‘90s, manufacturers understand that there’s tremendous value in IoT. As a result, 2018 will see a growth in pilots that will showcase results to inform further investment and business benefits — from intelligent manufacturing and field service automation to industrial system consolidation and robotic assembly. Industry leaders will emerge and apply these experiments at high-value locations where they see that they can automate functions.

The rapid growth in automation of routine tasks will free up humans to apply their own unique intuition and creativity to infer associations from disassociated objects. That’s where humans are most effective. Manufacturers will increasingly look for places and ways to automate functions while also looking for ways to apply IoT for improving their business processes. This will certainly appear across the supply chain as businesses take a closer look at the quality of the raw materials that arrive, work in progress and quality steps along the way.

As businesses dig in and begin to uncover the value of IoT, they will increasingly deploy analytic solutions where it makes sense. It’s a tremendously exciting time for the industry, at a time when IoT technology is still growing and being developed. There are nuances and new discoveries that need to be made, as with any new major evolution in the industry. While we’re still very early on, everyone is experimenting, learning quickly, failing quickly, and gleaning solid learning objectives out of the pilots they deploy, slowly bringing it on board.

Positive Disruption through Automation

IoT will also disrupt the market in places where technology can enable businesses to provide more personalization for customers. If a customer wants a certain part created from a certain pattern, from a certain material, delivered on a certain date then they should be able to convert that request to a manufacturing line to delight the customer when it shows up at their door. Manufacturing is heading down the path toward personalization, shaped by the increasing amounts of data insights that are streaming from people, places and things. It will give manufacturers the ability to become so much more efficient and safe in how they deliver their product to customers, aided by disruption in automation and controls, virtualization and software-defined machine control.

The Path to a Smarter Factory

As manufacturers continue on their journey with IoT they can start to make sense of industrial data by applying algorithms and analytics. This, in turn, will enable the ability to leverage machine learning that will inform them on normal versus abnormal behaviors. The next phase will be able to make smart machines to use that data in decision-making and the introduction of control logic. As a result, analytics for large, unstructured data sets like video and audio will increasingly occur at the edge, or other places along the network. This will allow manufacturers to detect anomalies for further examination back at the factory command center.

Looking Ahead

From workload consolidation and virtualization to revealing IoT insights and expanding automation, as manufacturers apply analytic algorithms that turn data into actionable information there’s not a place in our lives that won’t be touched by industrial IoT. We are in as transformative a phase right now as when electricity was invented. In 100 years, people will look back at this time and wonder how we ever got along without IoT devices, or solutions invented because of IoT. 2018 is shaping up to be a tremendously transformative year that will usher us forward to a better tomorrow.

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Five Brilliant Innovations from CES for the Smart and Connected Home

A person looks at a laptop.

At CES 2018, the smart home is leveling up. It’s no longer enough to simply connect more devices. Those connections must be fast, reliable and secure. Personal assistants are growing in popularity, bringing more intelligence to the home and adding more advanced capabilities, as proven by the broad range of innovative new devices coming to the marketplace with voice control. But there are still more ways we can innovate to unleash a new era of smart home experiences for consumers.

Intel collaborates with innovators in the smart home industry to deliver breakthrough solutions that make life more convenient, enjoyable and connected. These innovators announced some truly inspiring products at CES this year. Here are five examples that show how the industry is rethinking technology for the smart and connected home.

 

  1. Bring the fastest possible Wi-Fi to the home.

802.11ax is the newest IEEE standard for Wi-Fi, and it’s going to be a game changer. Compared with its predecessor, 802.11ax will offer significant improvements in peak data rates, throughput, network efficiency and battery life. Just prior to CES, Intel announced the planned expansion of our home Wi-Fi portfolio with new 802.11ax chipsets for mainstream home routers and gateways. The result will be faster, smoother content streaming, online gaming, video calls and more.

 

  1. Protect the home network.

The home has more connected devices than ever: smartphones, security systems, gaming consoles and even HVAC controls. Each new device brings with it a potential opening for a hacker. With its new AC2600 Wi-Fi Router Powered by McAfee, D-Link is offering a comprehensive solution that automatically increases security for devices on the home network.

This 802.11ac router with MU-MIMO is designed especially for smart home enthusiasts who want high-performance networking capability without sacrificing security and privacy. McAfee Secure Home Platform automatically protects devices connected to the network, while the Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset WAV500 Series delivers robust Wi-Fi connectivity even as more devices connect to the router.

 

  1. Turn the router into a piece of modern art.

When routers are tucked away into closets, Wi-Fi suffers. It makes perfect sense that this critical piece of equipment should be stylish enough to set on a shelf. That’s the idea behind the new Blue Cave Wi-Fi router from ASUS. The dual-band router combines powerful Wi-Fi with a cool, modern design that begs to be noticed.

Also equipped with the Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset WAV500 Series, the router can handle the simultaneous demands of many connected devices. It features concurrent dual-band AC2600 Wi-Fi for smooth streaming, advanced parental controls and AiProtection, which offers complete network security that protects privacy on all connected devices. With out-of-the-box support for Amazon Alexa and IFTTT capabilities that let users create automated tasks, this smart router is ready for the smart home.

 

  1. Offer the choice of touch and voice.

Consumers love voice-enabled personal assistants. But in some cases, a touchscreen may be better suited to the task. A new smart assistant from JD.com, the JD DingDong Play, will give consumers in China the best of both worlds with voice capabilities and a large, bright, touch-enabled display that can play video. The advanced flagship product features an Intel Atom processor to provide robust computing power and enable new advanced capabilities, such as facial recognition, on the device. The JD DingDong Play may very well be the next step in the evolution of the personal assistant.

 

  1. Harness the power of PCs with voice services.

In many homes, people rely on the PC to bring all their digital experiences together, and now they have more choices when it comes to voice services on desktops and notebooks.

With Amazon Alexa for PC, OEMs — including Acer, ASUS, and HP— are adding hands-free, interactive access to some of the most popular Alexa skills and capabilities for managing smart home tasks. With large displays, stylish form factors and the freedom to choose the voice service that makes sense for the user, the PC is the ideal complement to the smart home. Intel technology enables an improved voice services experience by offering support for hands-free voice control, Intel Smart Sound Technology for crisp, rich audio and Intel Wake on Voice to ensure the PC is ready to hear the “wake” word and start responding.

 

Intel technology powers the smart home

The solutions above are great examples of how Intel is working with the industry to transform connectivity and give devices the ability to think and act autonomously. We’re excited to help deliver these revolutionary smart home experiences.

Intel technologies’ features and benefits depend on system configuration and may require enabled hardware, software or service activation. Performance varies depending on system configuration. No computer system can be absolutely secure. Check with your system manufacturer or retailer or learn more at intel.com.

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