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“Every gamer is going to want to have 3D Xpoint. Every single gamer.” Those were words from Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich when updating investors on the company’s Optane technology, which the chipmaker believes could ultimately replace SSDs and DRAM in PCs and servers. Intel is now shipping the first-generation Optane but is also working on […]

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As part of its monthly security update cycle, Microsoft on Tuesday released 11 security bulletins to resolve multiple vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, JScript and VBScript, and .NET Framework. Microsoft’s security bulletin MS16-084 resolves 15 bugs in Internet Explorer (IE), most of which are Critical, highly likely to be exploited in the wild. The […]

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In the previous two chapters of this series, we talked about how a hacker can conduct attacks with SQL injection and OS command injection. These software weaknesses are in the top two positions in the SANS Top 25. Now we move on to the programming flaw at No. 3: buffer overflow. Buffer overflow is caused […]

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