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Advanced Micro Devices and Hewlett-Packard will collaborate with Clarkson University and New York state researchers in an effort to define a greener data center run on renewable energy. The $675,000 project will create a distributed system made up of networked portable units located at various wind and solar farms.
The newly discovered malware can then upload the recorded calls to a server maintained by an attacker
The amount of personal and professional information posted on social networks means it's increasingly easier for criminals to create a detailed profile of their victims.
It seems logical that a more Internet-driven world would translate into a heightened awareness of fake websites. But it isn't so. The vast majority of people still are unable to determine the authenticity of websites, resulting in tremendous monetary loses. That is what is driving the work of UA Artificial Intelligence Lab members who, along with a UA alumnus, have earned a top honor from MIS Quarterly for their research.
At next week's Black Hat security conference one researcher will demonstrate how attackers will target smartphones using known vulnerabilities
Facebook caves to privacy pressures from Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen and others by running ads to let users opt out of the tag-suggestions facial-recognition feature.