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CompactFlash Cards to Get Bigger, Faster

The CompactFlash Association announced a specification that could someday allow memory cards to hold up to 144PB (petabytes). The CF5.0 spec also permits faster data transfer via 48-bit commands, reduces performance degradation over time, and enables a & video performance guarantee& feature, the o...
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Chuck Norris Botnet Karate-Chops Routers Hard

If you haven't changed the default password on your home router, you may be in for an unwanted visit from Chuck Norris -- the Chuck Norris botnet, that is.

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Cisco Closes Critical Holes in IronPort Appliances

Cisco reports that, without authentication, an attacker can remotely read out data as well as inject and execute arbitrary code. The Encryption Appliances and PostX MAP are affected...
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Open-Source ATI R600/700 Mesa 3D Performance

As we alluded to last week, we have been in the process of benchmarking many Radeon HD 2000/3000/4000 series graphics cards using the open-source ATI Linux graphics stack with the Mesa R600/700 DRI driver. We have now carried out our first batch of R600/700 3D tests using this constantly evolving o...
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Motherboard Madness and Mayhem

Misery loves company, as the saying goes, and nowhere is that more evident than on the...
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