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As countries around the world begin deploying 5G technology, the promises of faster speeds and better service sometime obscure a host of security issues affecting the next-generation cellular technology. These security concerns exist despite improvements in data encryption, authentication and privacy embodied in recent releases of the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), the technical standards […]

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Vulnerabilities in Dell and HP laptops could allow an attacker to access information and gain kernel privileges via the devices’ Direct Memory Access (DMA) capability. DMA is a processing-efficiency approach for peripherals (such as PCI cards or network interface cards) that, as the name suggests, offers direct high-speed access to a system’s memory. “For example, […]

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The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) cybersecurity agency ordered all federal agencies to patch critical Microsoft vulnerabilities made public by the National Security Agency (NSA) on Tuesday. The vulnerabilities, which Microsoft announced it had released a security update for on Tuesday, included those that could expose a system to a significant breach or to surveillance, […]

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