"The autopilot saved my butt!" the driver said.

A driver on Highway 99 north of Seattle claims his Tesla Autopilot feature saved him from hitting another vehicle at 45 mph.

Recorded by his dashcam and uploaded to YouTube (there’s no sound, so don’t bother adjusting your volume), the driver — who explained he uses his Tesla for his job as an Uber driver — appears to be cruising along until the car comes to an abrupt stop to prevent a crash.
A Google security researcher has discovered a critical remote command injection vulnerability in the DHCP client implementation of Red Hat Linux and its derivatives like Fedora operating system.

The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2018-1111, could allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands with root privileges on targeted systems.

Whenever your system joins a network, it’s the DHCP client application which allows your system to automatically receive network configuration parameters, such as an IP address and DNS servers, from the DHCP (Dynamic Host Control Protocol) server.
Security researchers have discovered a severe vulnerability in the popular end-to-end encrypted Signal messaging app for Windows and Linux desktops which could allow remote attackers to execute malicious code on recipients system just by sending a message—without requiring any user interaction.

Discovered by Alfredo Ortega, a software security consultant from Argentina, the vulnerability was announced on Twitter just a few hours ago with a proof-of-concept video, demonstrating how a javascript payload sent over Signal for desktop app successfully got executed on the recipient's system.
Since hackers have started exploiting two recently disclosed unpatched critical vulnerabilities found in GPON home routers, security researchers have now released an unofficial patch to help millions of affected users left vulnerable by their device manufacturer.

Last week, researchers at vpnMentor disclosed details of—an authentication bypass (CVE-2018-10561) and a root-remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2018-10562)—in many models of Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (GPON) routers manufacturer by South Korea-based DASAN Zhone Solutions.
Two Romanian hackers have been extradited to the United States to face 31 criminal charges including computer fraud and abuse, wire fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft.
Described as "international computer hackers" by the United States Department of Justice, Teodor Laurentiu Costea, 41, and Robert Codrut Dumitrescu, 40, allegedly rob Americans of more than $18 million in an elaborate phishing scheme.

Costea and Dumitrescu were named in the 31-count federal grand jury indictment on August 16 last year and were accused last week in the Northern District of Georgia following their extradition.
On May 3rd, 2018, Russia’s media and communication regularity authority Roskomnadzor blocked over 50 virtual private networks (VPNs), Web Proxies and Anonymizers in the country amid its crackdown against the Telegram messaging service.

So far, there has been no official announcement from Roskomnadzor but the Russian News Agency TASS has confirmed the censorship and reported that the decision affects those services which provided access to Telegram app.