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And they may be shoddier still due to disinterest in security among smart contract developers, and perhaps inadequate technical resources. Ayar Labs believes future chips and systems will be connected by light rather than electrical signals, and that vision is receiving considerable buy-in from semiconductor giants Nvidia and Intel — as well as a few other major tech companies and more than a dozen investment firms.
The silicon photonics startup disclosed it has already shipped its first products in volume, and it expects to ship thousands of its in-package optical interconnect chips by the end of the year. A team of Iranian cyber-spies dubbed Rocket Kitten, for one, is likely behind attempts to exploit a critical remote-code execution vulnerability in VMware's identity management software, according to endpoint security firm Morphisec.
In terms of CVSS severity, the bug was rated 9. We note the virtualization giant revised its advisory on the matter on April 13 to say miscreants had exploited the vulnerability in the wild. The bug involves server-side template injection, and can be abused by anyone with network access.
Exploitation essentially clears the way for intruders to deploy ransomware, steal data, and perform any other dirty deeds. Coca-Cola confirmed it's probing a possible network intrusion after the Stormous cybercrime gang claimed it stole GB of data from the beverage giant.
The ransomware gang, which has declared its support for the Russian government's illegal invasion of Ukraine, this week bragged it "hacked some of the company's servers and passed a large amount of data inside them without their knowledge. The Santa Clara-based startup disclosed its funding and initial roadmap last week , saying it will use an "innovative digital in-memory computing" architecture to build processors made of chiplets that offer what it claims will be faster AI inference performance than CPUs and GPUs for large transformer models.
The USA's policy of decoupling its technology industries from China lacks a strategy, a theory of success, and an understanding of how to achieve its ill-defined goals, according to a new paper by Jon Bateman from the thinktank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace CEIP. Bateman acknowledges there is bipartisan support for measures controlling China's access to US tech, but contends that the issue of which strategic technologies should be controlled and to what degree, are left undefined.
Among US companies with the largest pool of investments, the biggest focus their energy around software, a report finds. Cisco, Morgan Stanley and Microsoft are the three businesses that have made the most investments in other firms, with a total of , and , respectively. All three of them made investments across other industries, but the segment that saw the most from the trio was software.
BrokerChooser, a website that does exactly what its name implies, originated the research, which it said can help investors determine which companies offer the biggest possible return thanks to their own investments in outside companies. Forecasting chip demand during a pandemic is something of a dark art and the conflict in Ukraine hasn't made things any easier, with two major suppliers of neon used to fabricate chips based in the war-torn country.
Suppliers Incas and Cryoin based in Mariupol and Odessa respectively are estimated to produce up to 54 percent of the world's neon and both shut up shop in early March following Russia's invasion. The inert gas is used in the lithography stage. Red Hat Application Foundations, a set of software services for organizations developing container-based applications across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, is out.
Application Foundations builds on Red Hat's OpenShift , which has evolved into a platform-as-a-service PaaS for development and deployment based around containers and Kubernetes. This adds to the existing suite of services with the goal of providing a toolkit for integrating application and data services as part of an infrastructure modernization strategy, Red Hat said.
Kaspersky has released a report showing Distributed Denial of Service DDoS attacks hit an all-time-high in the first quarter of The attacks detected by the security outfit easily surpassed those of the previous quarter and were up 46 per cent on the same time last year. The number of targeted attacks was up by an even higher percentage — 81 per cent compared to the previous quarter. DDoS attacks, as Reg readers know, are designed to disrupt network resources of businesses and public services.
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The IBM-and-then-Lenovo ThinkPad range, however, are – or used to be – a bit different. They are legendarily favoured by techies. One reason is. The T60 and T61 are both built by Lenovo and not IBM. They just could use the IBM logo on the machines. Personally I'd go for the T Instructions for removing and installing the battery pack in the ThinkPad T60, T60p, T61 systems.