Intel Arc A770 GPU leak could worry some gamers – but it shouldn’t

Intel’s top-end Arc graphics cards, the A7 series, have been spotted in some leaked benchmarks with interesting results – that we admittedly need to sprinkle liberally with the usual caveats. So, treat this as the rumor it is, but VideoCardz (opens in new tab) reports that Geekbench results have popped up for the Intel Arc […]

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Nvidia RTX 4090 GPU benchmark leak has some folks disappointed

Nvidia’s RTX 4090 graphics card, which will hit the shelves in under two weeks now, has been spotted in fresh leaked benchmarks which have caused a touch of disappointment among some folks. The GPU has been run through its paces in the Geekbench CUDA test as flagged up by Benchleaks on Twitter (which Wccftech (opens […]

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Nearly all firms have suffered cloud security threats this year

The vast majority of organizations have suffered at least one cloud-related cybersecurity incident in the last 12 months, a new report from Venafi has claimed.  It found that rising complexity, and the lack of clarity over whose responsibility cloud security really is, are two major contributors to these incidents. According to Venafi, 81% of firms […]

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Open source software hijacked by North Korean hackers

Infamous North Korean threat actor Lazarus Group has been observed engaging in a highly sophisticated, targeted malware attack that involves compromising popular open-source software and running spear phishing campaigns.  As a result, it has managed to compromise “numerous” organizations in the media, defense and aerospace, as well as IT services industries, a report (opens in […]

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This new Royal ransomware is already asking for millions

A brand new ransomware operator has been discovered active in the wild, and even though it’s a new entrant, it’s already demanding major ransom payments.  A new report from BleepingComputer together with cybersecurity intelligence firm AdvIntel has analyzed the group’s activities, its encryptor, and its methodology. Apparently, the group is made up of experienced ransomware […]

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Red Hat gives enterprise Linux a major boost

Red Hat is set to launch the beta of the latest version of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) platform, dubbed the 8.7 and 9.1 milestones.  Both RHEL 8.7 and 9.1 add new features and capabilities designed to help organizations more effectively use its Podman containers. Podman is an open-source tool for developing, managing, and running containers on […]

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European cloud market is being dominated by three big players

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, and Google now control nearly three-quarters (72%) of the European enterprise cloud storage market, a new study has claimed. Synergy Research Group found tha, although cloud hosting providers local to the region have seen revenues rise by 167% since 2017, they’ve also taken a huge hit to their market share […]

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VMware virtualization software is being hijacked to spy on businesses

Criminals have managed to compromise VMware’s ESXi hypervisors and gain access to countless virtual machines, meaning they can spy on numerous businesses using the hardware without those businesses ever knowing they’re being spied upon. The warning was given out by cyber threat intelligence firm Mandiant, together with virtualization firm VMware.  According to the two companies, […]

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