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KRACK Attack Update

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A serious weakness in the most popular wireless encryption standard was publicly announced today. Known as the “KRACK Attack,” this vulnerability allows an attacker to read information that is sent across a wireless connection, ranging from user names and passwords to credit card information and sensitive company files. This weakness affects the base wireless standard, […]

2016’s SSD (Solid State Drive) Reliability Report

We now live in a world where mechanical hard disk drives slowly phasing into the world of solid state drives (SSD). Experts agree that SSDs are more likely to develop bad blocks than HDD, but are less likely to fail completely. Previous assumptions about I/O causing wear-out and failure are confirmed, but not to the […]