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Black Hat USA: Attackers could have manipulated a mobile point of sale terminal to have it display a lower amount than what was actually being sent to be authorized for payment, researchers find.
DAILY VIDEO: Black Hat talk reveals how embedded systems expose airlines to risk, and Arista will pay Cisco $400 million in a patent settlement.
VIDEO: Security researcher Ben Gras from VU University details a new side-channel attack method against CPU caches.
The Galaxy Note 9 display is bumped up from 6.3 inches to 6.4 inches and can be configured with 512GB of storage, up from 256GB in the Note 8.
Google’s new Cloud Firestore NoSQL database technology now supports two modes, a native mode and a Datastore mode, the company says.
“These industry-recognized awards went through a rigorous review process, and the winners represent true innovation as leaders in the flash marketplace,” Awards Program Chairman Jay Kramer said.
The memory maker has enabled high-end data center networking to be run equally efficiently on standard TCP/IP, meaning that networking just became a lot easier and more accessible for a whole lot of workloads.
BLACK HAT USA: Car hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek provide their views on what's needed in autonomous car security.
The company's virtualized data center and storage platform enables enterprises to rapidly deliver a high-performance IT environment on demand, giving application owners a true cloud-like experience.