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Linux Professional Institute (LPI) invites you to Ohio LinuxFest on September 29th and 30th in Columbus Ohio – one of North America’s most established open source events.
For years, we’ve known that there’s a flaw in the backbone of the public switched telephone network (PSTN) that makes it vulnerable to hackers, crooks and surveillance-happy governments.

The flaw is in Signaling System No. 7 (SS7): the telephony signaling protocols used to establish interoperability across more than 800 service providers worldwide. SS7 is what lets you receive an SMS text from anywhere, be it at home, in a moving car or traveling abroad, using a foreign network.
Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone each and every Sunday!

A big congratulations to last week’s Samsung Galaxy Note 8 International Giveaway winners: Rodolfo M. (Philippines), Lucas G. (Brazil), and Jairo M. (Mexico).
If you are using a Bluetooth enabled device, be it a smartphone, laptop, smart TV or any other IoT device, you are at risk of malware attacks that can carry out remotely to take over your device even without requiring any interaction from your side.

Security researchers have just discovered total 8 zero-day vulnerabilities in Bluetooth protocol that impact more than 5.3 Billion devices—from Android, iOS, Windows and Linux to the Internet of things (IoT) devices—using the short-range wireless communication technology.
The exploit acquisition vendor Zerodium is doubling down again.

Weeks after the company said it would pay $500,000 for zero days in private messaging apps such as Signal and WhatsApp, Zerodium said Wednesday it will pay twice that for a zero day in Tor Browser.
Internet-of-things are turning every industry into the computer industry, making customers think that their lives would be much easier with smart devices. However, such devices could potentially be compromised by hackers.

There are, of course, some really good reasons to connect certain devices to the Internet.
But does everything need to be connected? Of course, not—especially when it comes to medical devices.
Jaguar Land Rover has become the latest large carmaker to say it will stop launching new models solely powered by internal combustion engines, two months after Volvo pledged to do so.

The UK-based manufacturer promised that all new models from 2020 will be fully electric or hybrid, a year later than Volvo’s target, but a big step beyond its unveiling last November of a single electric concept car.